Organizations face a catch-22 situation with training – employees easily forget what they learned in training (the forgetting curve!), but can’t be spared for training, not frequently.
How can we resolve this impasse? Well, you don’t have to shoot in the dark! Think of a learning experience you still remember. What made it memorable? Was it the teacher who made it real by telling war stories? Was it the topic that made it memorable? Or was it because you worked as a team and brainstormed for solutions?
While all these sound good in the classroom, can eLearning accommodate them to offer sticky, memorable learning experiences? The answer is a resounding YES. With instructional design strategies.
What is an instructional design strategy and how does it help design sticky online learning?
How is an instructional design strategy different from an instructional design model?
Why are they important for eLearning?
What does an instructional design strategy involve and how do we select the most suitable strategy for the topic at hand?
This webinar answers all these questions and more. Save your spot today for insights into:
- The elements of learning
- What eLearning is and isn’t
- Popular ID models – ADDIE, Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction, SAM
- Popular ID strategies that make for sticky learning:
- Guided learning
- Scenario-based learning
- 10 best practices to design learner-centric courses