The Endurance Learning team shares what they’ve learned from working with customers, designing training, and building elearning.
It really doesn’t matter if you’re working for a small nonprofit or the world’s largest, most profitable corporation. Our role in learning and development is a social mission because we can truly change lives if we’re doing our jobs correctly.
Sometimes we’re asked to review and improve a training program that seems perfectly fine as it is. Taking a look at the fundamentals on which the program is built may offer some clues about possible ways to improve something that, on the surface, didn’t look like it needed to be touched.
Bloom’s Taxonomy has been used for decades to help instructional designers think through and develop learning objectives. In today’s podcast I offer some thoughts on how instructional designers might want to think through the intent behind their training first.
It can be hard to always need to come up with creative ways to present information and engage learners. Sometimes the best thing to do is to do nothing.
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