Learners wear their interest on their faces. In this video, learn how to detect interest and disinterest to best educate your organization.
- Here's the thing about learning. … You don't know how it really works … until you deliver it to an audience. … The great news is that your audience … will always give you feedback on how it's working. … But it often comes in the form of body language, … like facial expressions, or questions they ask, … or their lack of progress through the content. … So, ask yourself, … what is my audience showing me? … They may be direct … and let you know what's confusing or irrelevant. … But more often than not, they show you. … So, you need to get good at reading your audience. … This is easiest during an in-person event … when they're right there in front of you, … but it happens through all learning formats, … including online and self-paced. … With that said, I always recommend doing a pilot session, … so that you gain this valuable feedback … and use it to improve your learning solution … before it's rolled out to more people. … …
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- Identifying your organization's stage and strategic goals
- What success looks like
- What has already been tried
- Designing a learning experience
- Telling the learning story
- Engaging your audience
- Extending learning
- Measuring success
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Understanding Your Organization
2. Solving a Learning Problem
3. Designing a Learning Experience
4. Designing the Learning
5. Building the Learning
6. Extending the Learning
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