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Instructional Design Workshop
Wed 30 November 2016, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM NZDT
About the course
This course has been designed for Instructional Designers who want to review a piece of their own learning material against best practice instructional design methodology. Alternatively, participants could work on a specific training intervention that needs to be created in the future.
Participants will be given templates to use immediately back at the workplace.
This course is designed for beginner to intermediate Instructional Designers.
Session 1 Analysis
Content includes; Conducting a Training Needs Analysis and a Needs Assessment. Performance Needs vs Training Needs.
Reflect on the analysis conducted on the learning intervention created and determine what was done well and what could have been done better.
Session 2 Design
Content includes; Bloom's Taxonomy, Gagne’s 9 step Learning Framework and writing robust learning objectives, concept mapping.
Identify the 6 categories of Bloom's ‘Cognitive Domain’ in a mix and match activity, getting 100% correct
Analyse and rewrite the learning objectives of existing training material, using Bloom's Taxonomy, so that a verb and the three aspects of a learning objective can be identified
Create a module outline, using Gage’s 9 step model and have it peer reviewed
Use the concept map model to create a module or review a current module.
Session 3 Evaluation
Content includes; Kirkpatricks and Philips evaluation models.
In pairs, present the Kirkpatricks model to the whole group, without missing any of the key points, as determined by the facilitator
Use the Phillips ROI formula to estimate the ROI of the programme that you have brought along to the workshop
Review a case study on evaluation of a coaching programme
Cost includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
Feedback from our previous Instructional Design Workshops:
"Fantastic day of learning - looking forward to making change!"
"open discussions were really beneficial to aid with my understanding"
"Great day and really well run. Loved it!"
Facilitator Agata Oleksiak, Instructional and Media Designer
Creative and unique training provision is Agata’s passion. She has Masters Degrees in both Fine Art and Design and Education as well as 15 years experience in publishing, graphic design and instructional design.
With the experience of being a tutor and trainer herself (at institutions such as University of Torun and Dunlaoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology), as well as experience in corporate training Agata understands how to develop resources that truly elevate training experience.