Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Increasing the signal-to-noise ratio, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia,…and I'm here to help you enhance the…design, creation, and delivery…of your instructional materials.…And this week we're talking about…increasing the signal to noise ratio.…Hang on...…There.…That's better.…This week, we're talking about increasing…the signal to noise ratio…in your instructional materials.…Our goal as teachers…is to reach our learners where they are,…and help guide them forward…towards their end goals or learning objectives.…
In order to accomplish this…we need to be able to cut through static and noise…with both the pedagogical,…and physical design of our instructional materials.…Now regardless of if you teach face to face,…online, or in a blended format,…following these three simple tips…will help your learners tune in…to the guidance that you're providing.…First, always begin with "why".…Understanding why something is both…important and relevant to us…is something that we all want to know.…
It piques our interest,…and draws us into the conversation.…
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