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DEEPER ELEARNING DESIGN: PART 1 – THE STARTING POINT: GOOD OBJECTIVES

Learnnovators

This is the first post in a series of six that covers Deeper eLearning. The goal of this series is to build upon good implementations of instructional design, and go deeper into the nuances of what makes learning that really works. There’s a process called performance consulting that looks to determine what the real need is, and this should be employed before determining a course is the solution. Determine that it really is a skill or knowledge gap before you continue.

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Deeper eLearning Design: Part 1 – The Starting Point: Good Objectives

Learnnovators

This is the first post in a series of six that covers Deeper eLearning. The goal of this series is to build upon good implementations of instructional design, and go deeper into the nuances of what makes learning that really works. There’s a process called performance consulting that looks to determine what the real need is, and this should be employed before determining a course is the solution. Determine that it really is a skill or knowledge gap before you continue.

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Free learning & development webinars for April 2021

Limestone Learning

How do ATD’s education offerings and professional certification relate to the new Talent Development Capability Model? In doing so, it’s important to not only focus on the right skills, but also provide a safe, yet challenging, space for learning. Contact us here to let us know!

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48 Books Every Aspiring Chief Learning Officer Should Read

TalentLMS

Instructional design books (6). As we were putting this list together, we reached out to a few instructional designers and chief learning officers and asked them one question, “Would you recommend one book that every learning professional should absolutely read?”. Recommended by Suzanne Rasmussen , Instructional Designer, Manufacturing Operations at Tesla. Recommended by Kiko Doran , Instructional Designer. Recommended by Adam Hain , Instructional Designer. &

The Learning & Development Podcast: Design Thinking with Danny Seals and Tim Brind

looop

Before we get into it, if you’re enjoying this podcast, please do give us a five-star rating on your podcast app of choice to help others to find us, and thank you if you’ve done so already. Two things for me, whether we should do something and whether we can do something.

The LTEM Training & Learning Evaluation Model

Convergence Training

A quick reminder, most of you probably know who Dr. Will Thalheimer is, he’s kind of a learning research legend. And in particular, we talked about Kirkpatrick , Philips , Brinkerhoff , and Kaufman. So clearly, we’re not doing as well as we might be doing.

Why Companies Should Spend More on Social Learning | Social.

Dashe & Thomson

technologies into our training programs, but rarely do we find a client that wants to create a robust learning environment comprised of both formal and informal components. Among industries, a greater number of technology companies and business services/consulting firms spent money on these tools. Toni Bowers of Tech Republic writes about this issue in her latest blog, Do Your IT Trainers Really Have Training Skills?

The Top 5 Things EVERY Training Program Must Have

Coreaxis

You dust off your instructional design skills, fire up your PowerPoint, Storyline, or Camtasia, and get ready to create your courses. But wait – are you sure you know what you are doing? Use your performance consultation skills to conduct a thorough analysis of the situation. Determine what the business hope to achieve through the completion of this training and then, figure out what the learner needs to be able to do coming out of the training.

Free L&D webinars for January 2018

Limestone Learning

And once you’ve defined it, how do you cultivate a strong, positive culture? Today's participants know their time is valuable and resources are plenty. How do we manage this new set of expectations? No longer is it enough to have the teacher/student dynamic during instructional events. The big question is—how do learning practitioners connect learning to the people? In the absence of more details, what should we do? What questions do we ask?

Tips for Small L&D Departments: An Interview with Emily Wood

Convergence Training

Learning and development professionals, including elearning developers, have to wear many hats. But it’s even more true for L&D/eLearning professionals who work in small learning development departments. This article is an interview (in text and video format–scroll to the bottom for the video version) with Emily Wood, who is her own “elearning department of one” at a non-profit based in Portland, Oregon. Like…do you need an LMS?

Free L&D webinars for May 2018

Limestone Learning

L&D can’t prove ROI using the same methods other parts of the business do. Show you how to leverage Kirkpatrick’s model of assessment and create a targeted strategy around level three and four assessments. In this session you’ll gain insights into: Knowledge of the four design quadrants that are part of mobile learning game design: user experience (UX), user interface design (UI), instructional design (ID), and game design. You feel stuck and don’t know what to do.

Free learning & development webinars for August 2020

Limestone Learning

It’s an addiction where one has the need to do everything more quickly, with fewer moving parts and less manual repetition. Let PowerPoint do the heavy lifting for you! You want to offer more shorter-form and on-demand content, but often don't know where to start.

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