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  • Steering Clear of Classroom Disasters

    A "classroom" can be any place where learning should take place. Whether online, physical, or hybrid spaces, there are some common disasters that can occur. These can happen when: A) There's no clear purpose or goal to the training B)...

    Curated by Michelle Gastulo
  • 3 Essential Steps to Evaluate Any Training

    You finished the training design. The trainer delivered the training. The learners enjoyed the learning experience and some of them described the training as "life-changing". Congratulations! Your hard work paid off. But wait, really? How can you prove it? If...

    Curated by Lusha Sha
  • 3 Ways to Improve Training for Diverse Learners

    It's good that you already know to keep the needs of the diverse learners in mind. Once you are aware that each individual learner has a different knowledge level, learning style preferences, or cultural background, you'll want to improve the...

    Curated by Lusha Sha
  • Blind Spots when Evaluating Peer Instructors

    Every instructor needs feedback about their work for professional development and the creation of a more effective learning solutions. But what do they get in this feedback? Usually, this is an evaluation of skills or training, but often there arу...

    Curated by Eva Posukhova
  • Negotiation Skills that Drive Results

    At the workplace, we need to collaborate with others to achieve results. Whether these interactions are internal, with our colleagues, or external, with clients or providers; knowing how to effectively create and claim value in negotiation is an essential workplace...

    Curated by Claudia Ratti
  • Improving Training for Diverse Learners

    Learners are as varied as anything in nature. Imagine that each learner represents one specific type of household plant (think about several rather pretty ones). Would it be possible to nourish and cultivate every one of those learners with the...

    Curated by Dr. John Orr
  • You Can't Turn Training Into A Game! Or Can You?

    Gamification is the process of taking a learning experience and integrating game mechanics into it to motivate participation, engagement, and loyalty. Gamification takes the data-driven techniques that game designers use to engage players and applies them to non-game experiences to...

    Curated by Keith Lillico
  • Ensuring the Effectiveness of Learner Assessments

    The Learning & Development field has grown by leaps and bounds over the last decade. Learning Professionals have expanded their expertise and can now be seen in every facet of the business. Aligned with this expansion is the role of...

    Curated by Mi-na Park
  • Design Training that Leads to Change

    If you want to create an effective training program, it'll take more than just good content. This path is designed to give you key information, pointers and ideas for how to structure your next training program so that it can...

    Curated by Brian Washburn
  • The Power of Assessment!

    We all know that assessments can help our learners to understand where they are at and what they have to learn, while also helping us as learning designers to assess whether our content aligns with our learning outcomes. But how...

    Curated by Janet Benson
  • Coordinating Special Events and Programs

    Event planning requires the coordination of many moving parts and people. You have to make sure you thought of everything before it happens and even after it happens. If that wasn't difficult enough, trainers for corporate and educational events also...

    Curated by Anusha Whittaker
  • Becoming a Successful Recruiter

    Welcome to HR Basics! The task of recruiting, training, and placing your first employee may be a little daunting but have no fear. The strategies included within this path will teach you best practices for recruiting and placing qualified personnel...

    Curated by Desmond Mays
  • Evaluating instructor performance

    Attending a great training can leave you feeling inspired, motivated, and ready to dig in. Conversely, attending a poor training session can leave you feeling just the opposite. Sometimes poor training experiences can leave a sour taste in your mouth,...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Designing for Today's Learner

    In order to create meaningful opportunities for learners to make choices and become self-directed in their learning, educators have to move away from being lesson planners and embrace their role as designers of learning opportunities and educational spaces. Learning designers...

    Curated by Joni Degner
  • Gamification for Interactive Learning

    Gamification is the application of game elements and digital game design techniques to non-game problems, such as business and social impact challenges. In this course, we are going to discuss the definition of gamification and how you can successfully apply...

  • Going Beyond Course Improvement!

    During this training, you will learn how to present and create recommendations regarding course design, technology, and instruction delivery options. As we discussed in the intermediate version of this course, the first step in any process is to generate a...

    Curated by William Beers
  • Jump in the Driver's Seat and Start Designing!

    This learning path is for anyone who is interested in designing engaging and effective training. It is meant to give you a high-level overview of the instructional design process. Newbies and pro's alike will be able to benefit from these...

    Curated by Yolanda Fraction
  • Working With Subject Matter Experts

    This learning path will guide you through the process of engaging a SME, preparing for the interview, actively listening to their questions and responses, and providing feedback throughout the process and at the end of the project.

    Curated by Nia Grant
  • Conducting a Training Needs Assessment

    Training has evolved from simply checking completion boxes to a more comprehensive way an organization can ensure their learners have the necessary skills to complete their job and showcase their potential. A 'Training Needs Assessment' is so valuable because your...

    Curated by Laetitia Samuel
  • Improving Courses and Beyond!

    During this training, we will review how to build professional relationships with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs), the true meaning of Best Practices, the value of alignment, and what active and accessible learning means. You will review select articles covering a...

    Curated by William Beers
  • Recognizing High-Potential Employees

    "Organizations with stronger leaders can show twice the revenue and twice the profit growth." according to SHL Talent Measurement. Your employees are valuable resources and assets for your organization. As such, they are one of the main d...

    Curated by Mi-na Park