CETS 2010, Judy Martins, Creating Engaging Elearning

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  • 1.Chicago eLearning ShowcaseAugust 11, 2010 Creating Engaging eLearning Presenter Judy Martins Mid American Regional Training INStitute

2. While we wait.

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3. TEAMS WORK

  • T ogether
  • E veryone
  • A chieves
  • M ore

4. Lets get to know each other!

  • Pick an Object
  • ANY Object
  • Note 5 things about the object
  • Share with your neighbor how these 5 things apply to YOU!

5. Butterfly

  • Flying / Soaring
  • Transformed from a caterpillar
  • Dramatic / Creative
  • In Motion
  • FUN

6. Judy Martins Mid American Regional Training INStitute

  • Interactive /Engaging
  • Accelerated Learning
  • Business Simulations
  • Teamwork/Team Problem Solving
  • All of US are Smarter than any one of US
  • Leadership Development

7. NOT Good eLearning! 8. Your Turn!

  • What makes eLearningSuccessful?

9. Why Engaging is Important! 10. Interaction ALWAYSBeats Passive Learning !

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  • I nitiate group discussion
  • N ew ideas
  • T ools
  • E ngaging
  • R efreshments
  • A ctivity
  • C ollaboration
  • T eamwork

11. What do we mean by Engaging?

  • Kirkpatricks 4 levels of Evaluation
  • Level 1 Reaction
    • Did theyLIKE it?
  • Level 2 Learning
    • Did theyLEARNSOMETHING ?
  • Level 3 Behavior
    • Did theyUSEwhat they learned ?
  • Level 4 Results
    • Did thenew behaviorIMPACTthe bottom line ?

12. What can we do to Engage Learners?

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  • E nthusiastically Received
  • N ot Boring
  • G rabs our Attention
  • A ctivates Our Minds
  • G ains Our Knowledge
  • I nteractive
  • N oteworthy
  • G ives New Ideas

13. Your Turn!

  • What techniques can we use to create
  • ENGAGING eLearning?

14. Some Engaging Ideas:

  • Color
  • Graphics & Pictures
  • Job Aids to Print after Post Test
  • Case Studies / Role play
  • Webinars
  • Questions and Answers
  • Blogs / Wikis / Twitter
  • Social Networking Face book
  • Games for Review

15. 4 Steps toCreating Engaging eLearning

  • Define the Outcome
    • What do you want to achieve?
    • WIIFM
  • Design Content
    • Simple, but not simplistic
    • Include practice Sessions
  • Deliver Content with 75 - 86% Interactivity
    • Easy to: Respond & Remember
  • Assess Learner Achievement

16. Using Games for Review

  • Jeopardy Board
  • Tick Tack Toe
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire?
  • Wheel of Fortune

17. Points & Prizes

  • Funny Money
    • 10 wins a piece of candy
    • 500 a mug
    • 50,000 wins a jacket
  • Messenger Bag
  • Rubber Duckies

18. Your Turn!

  • Pick an eLearning topic and discuss it (Technologies? Tools?)

19. Resources Shank, The Online Learning Idea Book (Pfeiffer) Watkins, 75 Ideas for E-Learning Solem & Pike, 50 Creative Training Closers: Innovative Ways to End Your Training with IMPACT! Silberman, 101 Ways to Make Training Active (2005 **2nd Edition) Scannell & Newstrom: The Games Trainers Play series http://jeopardylabs.com 20. Good Work!

  • Give Yourself a Hand !

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