A good fit is important in instructional design roles. Ideally, you want a role doing satisfying work in an organization that values your skills.
Watch the recording of my webinar with Swapna Reddy on scenario-based learning.
A branch and bottleneck scenario structure keeps the complexity of branching scenarios manageable while allowing a deeper progression over time.
When you convert training from classroom to online or blended learning, use a backward design process to focus on the objectives and important skills.
Use random name generators to quickly create character names for scenarios in learning. Different tools have different purposes and benefits.
Converting training to online requires more than just posting PowerPoints online to be effective. Start with an analysis to plan an effective conversion.
Focus on relevant context and characters for stories to engage learners and get better results, rather than just trying to entertain participants.
My experience designing curriculum for a high school music appreciation pilot course helped me eventually become an instructional designer.
Clark Quinn’s book Millennials, Goldfish & Other Training Misconceptions helps you debunk learning myths, superstitions, and misconceptions with research.
A prospective client called asking to convert some training to online. This is our (fictionalized) conversation about using a scenario-based approach to the course.