Learn about the importance of not jumping to a specific solution—say elearning—too early. Explore some examples of common blended options for learning.
- Humans learn best through blended learning solutions. … Let's take you, for example. … Now, you're learning how to create quality training … in an online course format. … After you complete the course, … you'll probably talk to colleagues about it, … which is a form of social learning. … You'll teach them what you learned in the course, … they'll help you process … what information was the most valuable to you. … As you continue to learn more about the topic, … you'll read blog posts and books, … you'll download resources, … you'll apply what you learned from the course … on an actual project, … which is always where you learn the most. … In the instructional design world, … we call what you just went through, … a blended learning strategy, … which is accessing and processing information … in different formats. … Not so long ago, we tended to stress a single format … for a particular type of training, … new-hire classes that were 100% instructor-led, … software courses that were all online learning. …
- Recall the most important job for an instructional designer.
- Name three cost-efficient, highly effective strategies that stakeholders can use in place of formal training.
- List three results that indicate an effective training program.
- Recognize steps that show changes in key performance indicators.
- Identify the stages in preparing a learning solution.
- Determine which strategy would prevent you from minimizing technical issues in your project development.