Webinars Calendar

MAR
10
2021
11AM
PST
Never stop learning
Different learners have different levels of understanding – from fundamental modules for newbies to the advanced microlearning for experienced users.
How do you achieve a combination of wonderful training and continuous learning to meet these diverse learners’ needs? What is an efficient and effective development approach to design, reuse, and deliver training and reference materials across user communities?

In this session, we are very pleased to be joined by Cleon McClure, eLearning Developer / Communications Specialist from the healthcare company BD (https://www.bd.com/en-us). Together with Cleon, we will share with ideas, methods and tools that allow workers to keep on learning while on the job to support continuous learning. We are also excited to share personal experiences and answer your advance questions.

Please share your continuous learning methods and examples, make comments in the Pre-Session Activity, and submit questions in advance so we can all dig deeper in our discussion.


I look forward to having you in our conversation.

Join us!



Ray

 
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Ray Jimenez, Ph.D.
Chief Champion for Workers and Learners at Vignettes Learning
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Cleon McClure
eLearning Developer / Communications Specialist at BD Healthcare

MAR
17
2021
11AM
PST
Conversations on how to add real  work experience in your lessons
Conversations on "How to Add Real-Work Experience in your Lessons" In this conversation webinar, we will discuss connecting instruction (telling) lessons and experience (doing) lessons. We will talk about using conduits  - these are “connectors”, “headers and footers”, “couplers”, and “extenders.” These conduits extend the investment you are making in instruction lessons into real-work experiences. We will show examples and some steps in creating learning conduits. 

Our conversation will cover these examples:
  • Connecting safety instructions with anticipating unknown risks
  • Learning listening skills and then observing others
  • Following procedures and then dealing with conflicts in procedures
  • Understanding the policy and then initiating actions on violations
  • And others
Let us amplify our exchange of ideas. IMPORTANT - complete the “My Scaling Capability” Exercise before the session. This will help you prepare for the session. 

Should you have any questions, please send them in advance so we can discuss it more deeply.


I look forward to having you in our conversation.

Join us!



Ray

 
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Ray Jimenez, Ph.D.
Chief Champion for Workers and Learners at Vignettes Learning

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