Learn how to use an agile instructional design model such as SAM to create instructional content, and deliver more effective learning experiences more efficiently.
- Are you looking for a way to produce higher quality, engaging instructional products on time and on budget? The Successive Approximation Model, SAM, is the way you can start using an agile instructional design approach today. I'm Richard Sites, and for over a decade I've been writing, consulting, and executing the SAM model with clients of all sizes, and for every training topic imaginable. I've seen successful organizations struggle to stay on schedule and within budget. I've helped teams of professionals move beyond boring page-turning e-learning, and I've experienced myself the challenges of working with unrealistic expectations.
In this course, I'll walk you through the key benefits of using an agile, iterative approach, and some unique strategies for avoiding common project risks. Regardless of your role, if you are eager to begin creating engaging learning experiences for your organization, join me, as I offer some of the key strategies and methods for successfully implementing the SAM model. Now let's get started.
- Using SAM to create engaging learning experiences
- Running a Savvy Start brainstorming or prototyping session
- Documenting your ideas
- Evaluating the design
- Building a design proof
- Aligning your process to SAM