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Next up: The ability for Users to Add Training "Proof" to ePortfolios, Profiles, and Offline Course Reports.
In Part 1 of our series, we discussed why Instructional Design is important, and some ways that the Edvance360 Learning Management System can help you design effective, easy to navigate and maintain, courses. In Part 2, we are going to take a closer look at three variables in the Instructional Design process - Methods, Conditions, and Outcomes. Simply put, “methods are ways to achieve desired outcomes under your unique conditions” (Reigeluth). Let’s unpack that statement a little and take a closer look.
Tired of the time and effort it takes to re-build your custom content? We've helped solve that problem with Edvance360 LMS Cloning Tool. This feature provides administrators and course designers/faculty with a suite of tools which easily copy your course, community and content.
Although continuing education is a requirement for most licensed professionals (teachers, insurance agents, financial advisors), the life-long learner who develops a habit of seeking out learning for themselves benefits even more. A learning programs tools, focus, and strategies all figure in to developing a culture that fosters learners who, will, learn better.
Harvard Business Review's May article entitled "Learning is a Learned Behavior", examines studies and best practices that make it clear that learners are made, not born:
"Through the deliberate use of practice and dedicated strategies to improve our ability to learn, we can all develop expertise faster and more effectively. In short, we can all get better at getting better."
Digital badges, one-inch by one-inch digital certificates, are a great way to show off achievements for competency-based education programs and indispensable for building a culture of learning. Traditionally used in higher education or K-12 for teachers as micro-credentials to represent continuing education skills or for community-based actions (missions trips, attendance, etc.), badges have taken the corporate world by storm. Credly and OpenBadges are the industry pioneers for digital badges.
This #FeatureFriday is brought to you by those of our clients who don't have a degree in Instructional Design and have never built a course before using Edvance360: the Course Building Wizard.