Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Preparing instructional lessons, 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.…Now this week, we're talking about preparing…to deliver an instructional lesson.…There's no one right or wrong way to prepare…but there are some strategies that you can use…to ensure the design and delivery of a successful lesson.…First, always begin with the end in mind.…Ask yourself, what's the primary learning outcome…that you're trying to achieve?…Write it down in the form of:…at the end of this lesson, the learner will be able to--…and then fill in the blank.…
Focus your lesson exclusively on this one, singular goal.…Then ask yourself, what do your learners…need to understand or be able to do…in order to achieve this goal?…Make note of these things,…then think back to our discussion of…digital asset management and begin organizing…your documents, resources, and references…into your Sandbox folder.…After pooling some of these resources together,…sketch out your instructional story arc.…
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