Dave Rudd (Focal Point) is teaching the Best Practices in Training, Development and Performance course this Summer at the University of Maryland.
As part of this course, Dave likes to expose the students to professionals in the field through interactive discussions on these specific topics:
This “ReachoutAbout” is offered to professionals in the Georgia LEARNS community and invited guests to discuss if they are interested in presenting to Dave's class and the best way for the interaction to be executed.
Dave's class dates are:
Topic: GLN ReachoutAbout - SME Presenters - Dave Rudd
Time: Apr 1, 2022 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Hi Everyone. Happy to help with this initiative!
My email address is Pete@mylearnie.com
for students to download our Community Microlearning app they can go to www.mylearnie.com and choose the link for their phone (android or apple).
I can set up a private cohort for this class that will allow the students to create the microlearning and share that in the cohort. David - I can make you the admin - so if you can download the app and register with your email - then let me know by email that you have done that I will assign a private cohort to your email that your students will all use as well.
I look forward to working with you on this!
We created Georgia LEARNS because we felt a need to shift the focus of Instructional Design in the workplace to identify with business outcomes vs. content creation. The need to recognize this comes from outside our industry and from C-Level executives. Our industry has become defensive…and is losing the battle for credibility with these C-Level executives.
We have observed that within K12 and perhaps even Higher Ed there is a necessary focus on content creation and dissemination to assure credentialing. In the workplace – credentialing is necessary too – but not for what you know – it is for what you can prove you can do. While knowledge is important – also important are experiences, relationships, and business outcomes (vs. learning outcomes.)
Beginning in 2009 I began to speak publicly using an adaptable analogy that would compare learning to transportation via comparison to the GPS (an EPSS for transportation.) This brief summary and the comments describe how this analogy has been adapted…http://ifivealliances.ning.com/profiles/blogs/social-learning-truth...
The Georgia LEARNS community has brought together learning leaders (across the spectrum of learning – PreK, K12, Higher Ed, Workplace, Military/Police, Personal) and business leaders (Private investors, Executive Directors of Nonprofits, Corporate Business/Learning Leaders, and Industry Consultants) to initially build relationship with the intent of solving problems. Along the way we evolved to focus on the concept of “Performance Assurance” and developed an adaptable framework for integration with any instructional design model. The framework is “adaptable” and the outputs of the framework are “adaptable.” Here is a link to the story of this Framework – the ALO - http://georgialearnsnow.ning.com/forum/topics/segment-7-17-alo-anno...
Dave, I hope you will challenge our thinking and work with us to create future leaders in instructional design for the workplace. Are you willing to consider the following:
Do any of these interest you?