Join Jeff Toister for an in-depth discussion in this video Additional resources and references, part of Instructional Design: Adult Learners.
…This course is focused on the fundamental principles of adult learning.…Now I'd like to share a few suggestions to help you deepen your understanding of…these concepts and apply them to your own instructional design projects.…First it may helpful to revisit specific videos as you're working on a project of…your own.…They can be used as a quick reference for ideas or…techniques that you'd like to incorporate into training You Design.…Second, I encourage you to use the downloadable worksheets that come with…this course to help you apply these concepts to your own work.…
Finally, I've included a reference guide that lists books, websites, and…articles that can give you additional insight into adult learners.…As we conclude this course, I'd like to issue a challenge.…Too many instructional designers are creating poor quality training programs.…Their e-learning is tedious.…People attending their webinars tune in and…then immediately tune out to work on other activities.…Their classroom training results in a lot of wasted time.…
- Adult learning theory
- Understanding the four stages of learning
- Comparing active vs. passive learning
- Overcoming learning barriers
- Turning theory into practice