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De masterclasses gaan net als de keynotes door in FOD Bosa te Brussel. De masterclasses gaan allen door in het Engels. Er zijn er drie in de voormiddag en drie in de namiddag.
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Working with and not against memory is truly critical, because memory has attributes and constraints that impact whether and how much we can learn. Too much content contains avoidable problems that make it more difficult to learn, remember, and apply. This is a huge problem when creating instruction, performance support, or informational content!
But here is the good news. Learning, information design, usability, and other research offers actionable tactics that help us work with memory and not against it. This workshop will help you learn, remember, and apply research-driven tactics that make it easier to work within the attributes and constraints of memory.
As a result of participating in this workshop, participants will select and implement research-driven tactics to:
Voormiddag 09h00-12h30: Eran Gal (ISR): Applying ID models in the real world - a Hands-On Workshop
This session is all about designing a learning solution that best fit our challenge and organization. We aim to bring together theory and best practices to apply common work models with eminent learning challenges.
We will begin by revisiting the essence of Instructional Design (ID) using the ATD Competency Model and the common ground for all instructional models. We will then take a journey through time and perception introducing 5 fundamental models presenting the wide variety of strategies and tools at hand for designing learning:
By the end of this class, you will be able to:
Voormiddag 09h00-12h30: Nick Shackleton-Jones (UK): Using Design Thinking to Create Stuff that Works
Training has spent decades moaning about the lack of alignment between business objectives and training courses. Generally this happens because the training design process is ‘top-down’, with training teams acting as order-takers. We are handed procedures and documents to translate into courses. We create the courses. We subject the poor employee to them. The employee tells us that the courses are a waste of time, but our stakeholders are happy and we have ticked the box. All that remains is for us to hide the evidence of our shortcomings, which we do using scientific-sounding models such as Kirkpatrick.
The good news is that there is a simple answer, and a well-established process for fixing the problem: we involve learners in the design process, and we test our ideas as we go.
In this interactive workshop, Nick will guide us step-by-step through the process of user-centered design, enabling you to understand what design thinking is, and how to apply it in order to produce performance support resources and transformative capability-building experiences.
By the end of this class, you will:
Namiddag 13h30-17h00: Laura Overton (UK): The Future of L&D – getting ready to own your story
This practical masterclass will not be for the fainthearted but for those who want to play an active role in the future of learning, regardless of their current circumstances! We will be combining evidence, stories and your own experience to build:
Namiddag 13h30-17h00: Jérôme Wargnier (FR): Are you the L&D Business Partner your Boss Needs?
L&D professionals want to be recognized as contributors to the strategy of their organization. In other words, they want to be business partners. And yet, L&D is still too often considered as the team that collects and manages training needs, or as a cost center, or even as a budget adjustment variable.
How can we significantly change our practices, our relations with our colleagues and, consequently, our positioning? Combining a case and your experience, these are the questions that we will address together during this masterclass.
By the end of this class, you will be able to strengthen your game at 4 moments of truth:
Namiddag 13h30-17h00: Katrina Marie Baker (USA): Key Concepts of Constructivism & Blended Learning
Class Title: Key Concepts of Constructivism & Blended Learning When it comes to engaging learners, variety is key. Learning professionals are a bit like chefs, mixing approaches to give their students an effective and enjoyable educational experience.
Many learning professionals use constructivism to actively involve the student in a process of meaning and knowledge construction. Learners are exposed to an environment and framework that allows them to derive meaning as opposed to passively receiving information.
This master class will provide practical ways to deliver learner focused experiences. We will also explore research and theories behind current teaching methods. Discussion points will include: