Removing Communication Barriers
Description: This session will introduce you to an easy, but powerful, visual learning design method called Learning Environment Modeling or LEM. This method will help diverse stakeholders and learning professionals share a single vision and expectations of an anticipated learning solution.
We will learn to correlate specific design elements to learning results, and how to facilitate more effective communications throughout the design process. This is a great addition and follow up to our discussion with Ann Rush in April!
Participants learn how to:
Visually communicate the correlations of specific design elements to learning results
Use LEM to collaborate effectively with diverse role project teams
Use a learning environment design system and tool to reduce ego-centric behaviors and attitudes during the design process.
Presenter: Phylise Banner, Founder and President of Phylise Banner Consulting
Phylise Banner is a learning experience design pioneer with a commitment to seeking out and embracing innovation in order to best serve learners, and to create vibrant and engaged communities of practice. Phylise has over 25 years leadership experience in transformational teaching and learning approaches with academia, industry, and government.
READ her featured article in TD magazine, August 2017 titled bringing content strategy into the blend.
So, think of some great questions, bring a current issue with a project, and take this opportunity to learn new things or upskill. You'll receive the WebEx link after registration and shortly before the event.
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