Het programma van de L&D Talks oktober 2022 is in opbouw. Het event wordt live georganiseerd op vraag van de Stimulearning-community.Op deze pagina lees je de eerste 'leerlijn': de internationale keynotes die we verwachten in Brussel.
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A first international keynote is Guy W. Wallace (USA) is a semi-retired Performance Analyst and Instructional Architect who has been in the L&D field since 1979, and a consultant since 1982. He is a recipient of the 2010 Honorary Life Member Award from the International Society for Performance Improvement for his contributions to both the technology of Performance Improvement and to the Society. He has published over 30 books, over 100 articles, and presented over 145 times at professional organizations. He has worked for over 80 clients, and has won awards for AT&T, General Motors, Change Healthcare, Hewlett-Packard, Imperial Oil, and Siemen's Building Technologies.
His presentation FOCUS ON PERFORMANCE - PERFORMANCE & ENABLER ANALYSIS will include:
People are on the payroll not to perform behaviors or tasks, but to produce Worthy Outputs that become Inputs to downstream customers, internally and/or externally, and create acceptable Outcomes for all of the Stakeholders.
L&D content needs to be authentic and address the real-world requirements of its Target Audiences back on the job, including sharing both the overt Behavioral and the covert Cognitive Tasks, and the strategies and tactics Master Performers use in avoiding the barriers to Performance in the first place, and in recovery if the barriers were unavoidable in the second place.
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A second keynote is Felipe Zamana (BRA). Felipe is a Creativity Professor, Researcher, International Speaker, and Strategic Advisor dedicated to exploring Creativity applied to Educational, Cultural, Social, and Organizational Development.
He has a Master in Creativity and Innovation and is an invited member of the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation (ISSCI) for his contributions in the area, having already published articles internationally.
He has been a visiting university professor and invited speaker at events in Europe, North America, South America, and Africa, sharing his expertise in the areas of Creativity, Leadership, Learning Communities, Future of Education, and Future of Work.
Felipe Zamana will bring us a HOW CREATIVITY CAN HELP US BUILD ECOSYSTEMS OF LEARNING
We all need a safe space to share ideas, build trust and friendship, lead and be led, with the deeper need to help others.
Ecosystems’ domain became well known since the cross-industrial collaboration become the main driver of innovation and economic evolution. So, if major characteristics that make us human are interpersonal relationships and the ability to create, creative ecosystems are human relationships directed towards creation with learning at the heart of it.
Because of their unpredictability and their spontaneity, creative ecosystems offer a greater idea yield from the assembled brains than traditional approaches. The challenge now is to renounce reliance on strictly strategy and power and to, instead, invite others to come onto your social groups and contribute with their ideas and dreams.
So, let's create together more creative ideas, projects, and solutions?
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Another international keynote is Susi Miller (UK). Susi Miller is an industry leading expert on accessible learning design and the founder and director of eLaHub. The author of Designing Accessible Learning Content (Kogan Page, 2021), Susi has more than 30 years L&D experience in the public, private and not-for profit sector. She is a skilled instructional designer and online course developer and a passionate advocate for digital accessibility. Her accessible learning content has been shortlisted for the Learning Technologies Awards.
WHY L&D CAN’T AFFORD TO IGNORE DIGITAL ACCESSIBILITY
In this talk Susi Miller will outline the case for digital accessibility. The talk will explore key concepts around different access needs and will challenge some of the common assumptions and misconceptions which often prevent organisations from taking advantage of the many benefits of accessibility. Susi will also focus on the reasons why digital accessibility is rapidly becoming a business priority and how accessible learning content can help L&D better achieve their learning goals and improve workforce productivity.
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For the past 25 years, Dr. Atsusi Hirumi centered his teaching, research, and service on enhancing learning in online and hybrid learning environments. At his former and current institution, Dr. Hirumi worked with colleagues to create online and hybrid professional certificates and degree programs in e-Learning, Instructional Design, and Instructional Design of Simulations. He also collaborates with faculty, staff, students, and administrators in K12 and higher education, medical and health science centers, and the military across North and South America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East to provide high-quality training and education. His research now focuses on improving patient care and safety by increasing the quality and productivity of health professions education.
Ae will bring us THE DESIGN AND SEQUENCING OF MEANINGFUL E-LEARNING INTERACTIONS
Learning management systems enabled instructors to meet the educational needs and interests of millions of students and working professionals during the pandemic. The problem is the use of interactive technology does not ensure that meaningful interactions will occur. Good instructors facilitate many interactions in class, but they typically do so spontaneous based on intuition, and verbal and non-verbal cues. In online and hybrid courses, such interactions must be explicitly designed and sequenced to facilitate e-learning. During this session, Dr Hirumi will share tools and techniques for designing e-learning interactions synthesized over the past 25 years.
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A fifth keynote of the day is Patricia Riddell (UK). She has a unique combination of skills that allows her to bring neuroscience solutions to individuals and organisations. She was awarded her BSc from the University of Glasgow, and an MSc from Imperial College, before receiving a doctorate in Physiological Sciences from Oxford University. Patricia teaches at Henley Business School on the MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change and MA in Leadership programmes where she brings her knowledge of Applied Neuroscience to learning. She also researches areas including learning and memory, motivation and leadership. Patricia co-authored “The Neuroscience of Leadership Coaching” published in 2016. This book uses case studies to demonstrate how a knowledge of neuroscience can increase both understanding of coaching and flexibility in the tools that coaches use.
LEARNING WITH THE BRAIN IN MIND
Learning and development (L&D) professionals need to carefully consider the role of memory when planning training. An awareness of how the brain remembers information can help enormously when designing programmes to help people learn best. In this session, a number of key questions about how the brain learns best will be answered. Practical advice on how this can be incorporated into individual, team and organisational learning will also be provided.
Learning and memory are intertwined. Indeed, the function of learning is to put information into memory so that it can be accessed when required at a later date. Thus, one key question for L&D experts to consider is what does the brain store and how does it do this? To answer this, we need to better understand how memory works and what makes it fallible. We also need to know what the brain chooses to pay attention to and what it ignores. Another question might be what stops learning from being ‘sticky’ and transferable from the training room to the workplace? The answer to this lies in how we break old and create better habits of learning both individually and organisationally.
Learning and memory can sometimes fail us, but there are ways to harness it to ensure learning remains sticky and can be recalled not just in the short term but also in the long term.
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The sixth international keynote is Peter Cheese (UK).
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