Trainer's Guide To Designing Next Level Learning
by ATD Association for Talent Development / Published: Feb 20 2019
What it's about
Ensure you are designing for your learners' needs, and the rest will fall into place. In this guide, you will learn how to work with key stakeholders and the best practices for designing next level learning programs.
The Many Hats of the Instructional DesignerAn Introduction From ATD Facilitator Nikki O’Keefe.
7 Tips to Strengthen Instructional Design SkillsAs instructional designers move forward in this evolving industry, what follows are some tips to strengthen ID skills.
11 Steps to Take to Influence Subject Matter ExpertsAs instructional designers, we are tasked with creating engaging, effective learning materials using our instructional design training to do so. Meanwhile, we rely heavily on our subject matter experts so that our content is sound. Often, SMEs are colleagues from other departments or contacts from other organizations, and usually, they do not report to us. This working relationship can pose a challenge, because most times SMEs aren’t held accountable to our same deadlines and goals.
Check Your Work: Checklist for Designing LearningReviews are an essential part of the Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation (ADDIE) model. I recommend you use peer and subject matter expert (SME) reviews for analysis documents, design storyboards, narration scripts, and drafts of your e-learning courses. Then use final test reviews upon implementation and provide a survey for learner reviews for evaluation.
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