Instructional Design Training – Better, Faster and Cheaper
Instructional Design Best Practices
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During the past 20 years of Instructional Design, we have discovered that it is possible to have all three (faster, better and cheaper) by using unconventional, yet effective, instructional design approaches and strategies. Do not fall prey to old school techniques that provide sub-optimal results for learners and the business. Better, faster and cheaper instructional design can be a reality if you focus on outcomes, activities and learner-generated content instead of content, modalities and logistics.
While there is an obvious connection between faster and cheaper instructional design approaches, the connection between faster and better instructional design strategies appears to be contradictory. Isn’t faster usually associated with cutting corners and producing lower quality deliverables? Contrary to that assumption, actual field results indicate that faster instructional design often results in better results (as measured by improvement in learners’ performance). This Instructional Design Training – Better, Faster and Cheaper Whitepaper explores:
The obvious Instructional Design connection between faster and cheaper instructional design approaches
The not so obvious Instructional Design connection between faster and better instructional design strategies
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