Published: May 4, 2016

Allen Interactions Host Premium Online Course

In this two-part online course, explore and apply e-learning first aid steps with an in-class exercise and practical application that will assist you in creating better e-learning interactions.

Allen Interactions

Brittany Schoenborn

change@alleni.com

800.799.6280

http://www.alleninteractions.com/

May 3, 2016 Mendota Heights, MN - Allen Interactions will be hosting a two-session premium online course on May 16th and 18th led by Chief Instructional Strategist, Ethan Edwards.  The course is titled, First Aid for e-Learning: An Action Plan to Revive Your Interactive Designs. 

Course Details

  • Two 75-Minute Sessions | $89.95
    • Session 1:  Mon, May 16 | 1:00 PM -2:15 PM Central
    • Session 2: Wed, May 18 | 1:00 PM -2:15 PM Central

The heart of any e-learning is the nature of the learner interactions.

So often designers are trapped by tools, by precedent, or by perceived lack of time, and populate their e-learning designs with questions that are neither interesting nor effective.

In this two-part Allen Interactions online courseexplore and apply e-learning first aid steps with an in-class exercise and practical application that will assist you in creating better e-learning interactions and add meaning and instructional significance to routine questioning.

Get guidelines centered around ideas that drive meaning through appropriate contexts, considering the usefulness of available gestures, and challenging through applied, rather than recall, scenarios.

Course Exercise

During the first day of this two-part online course, you will get to apply First Aid to an actual e-learning interaction example.

Offline Activity

Apply First Aid to a work project of your choice and submit for review before the second session. Several assignments will be selected for Ethan to showcase and discuss in the second part of this online course.

After this Allen Interactions online course you will be able to:

  1. Identify critical flaws in standard questioning formats
  2. Detail specific and focused strategies for crafting effective interactions
  3. Apply three first aid techniques to improve specific testing strategies

Valuable Takeaways

Attendees will receive an exclusive downloadable action guide including the first aid steps that includes brainstorming and content analysis tips to leverage and implement e-learning first aid to improve your interactive designs.

REGISTER FOR THE ONLINE COURSE NOW!