|Overcoming Challenges to Learning and Training: Building a Successful Learning Architecture|
|Friday, September 2, 2022|
|4:00 PM–4:50 PM |
|Meeting Level 2; Wicklow Hall 2A|
|Area: EDC/OBM; Domain: Service Delivery|
|CE Instructor: Alison M. Betz, Ph.D.|
|Chair: Alison M. Betz (ABA Technologies)|
|JANET S. TWYMAN (University of Massachusetts Medical School/Center on Innovations in Learning)|
Over the past few decades, there has been dramatic changes in work and educational systems. More and more companies are allowing employees to work remotely, schools are providing remote learning options, and learners enrolled in homeschool has increased substantially in the recent years. Although these changes often come with benefits, they also come with many challenges. One such challenge t is designing and delivering instruction to ensure individuals are learning, retaining, and effectively using necessary knowledge to succeed. This purpose of this panel is to discuss how to overcome common obstacles in teaching in current work and educational environments, how to effectively design instruction to meet the needs of your learners, and to discuss current obstacles that the audience are facing throughout the learning process.
|Instruction Level: Intermediate|
|Target Audience: |
This panel is for those who have a strong understanding of basic processes of learning and behavior. It will be helpful for the audience to understand basics of instructional design.
|Learning Objectives: At the concussion of this presentation, participants will be able to 1. define instructional design 2. give examples of evidence-based teaching procedures 2. provide examples of how to incorporate effective teaching strategies into e-learning|
|Keyword(s): elearning, Instructional Design, learning, Staff Training|