All tagged Instructional Design
If you understand Instructional Design, then you know how important the action verbs in your learning objectives are. They need to be relevant and measurable.
It's 2018. Time to move on from printing slides and notes as your facilitator guides. LeaderGuide Pro automates the development of facilitator guides and participant materials from smart templates you can customize. It's easy to use, ensures consistency and eliminates the drudge work.
Best practices for building reusable modules & lessons. AuthorTec™ Quick Styles is an app that helps you set up reusable Quick Styles in Word that is free and easy to use.
Here is an explanation of the Learning Types we included in the Learning Design Tool, which is a job aide for instructional designers to use during the Design phase of course development.
Here are a few reasons why including the Participant Guide in your Facilitator Guide is not the best idea.
How can you write an effective training program that you can be confident will accomplish its goals if you don't have objectives that are clearly defined and communicated to the instructor and the learner? LeaderGuide Pro helps by providing a placeholder for your terminal objective at the start of each module and a placeholder for your enabling objective at the start of each lesson.
Formatting marks can be frustrating if you aren't used to them, but they are a valuable tool when working in Microsoft Word.
Check out our new tools for Instructional Designers & Contractors at ATD TechKnowledge 2017.