Reflections on Learning Success

Dr. Joel Gardner's thoughts on instructional design, learning, and success.

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Episode 05: Collaborating with Instructional Design Clients

Working with clients as an instructional designer can be tricky, but there are great strategies for building positive consulting relationships. In this episode of the Learning […]

My Professional Mission

My professional purpose and mission is to discover and share knowledge that inspires, empowers, and equips others to succeed in their careers and lives. As […]

The Behavior Engineering Model

I recently created this video the help explain Gilbert's Behavior Engineering Model. This is a very useful tool for managers, leaders, instructional designers, trainers, and […]

Episode 04: Criminal Justice Teaching Strategies

As mentioned in a previous post, some of my coworkers and I recently started the Learning Lounge Podcast. Our goal is to share expertise about learning, […]

New Article: Investigating Instructional Design Management and Leadership Competencies - a Delphi Study

This article was first published in the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration.  Posted here with permission. Investigating Instructional Design Management and Leadership Competencies - […]

Episode 03: Assessment in Higher Ed

As mentioned in a previous post, some of my coworkers and I recently started the Learning Lounge Podcast. Our goal is to share expertise about learning, […]

Episode 02: Getting the Most out of Your LMS​

As mentioned in a previous post, some of my coworkers and I recently started the Learning Lounge Podcast. Our goal is to share expertise about learning, […]

Podcast 01: Interactive Media in Higher Education

Some of my coworkers and I recently started the Learning Lounge Podcast. Our goal is to talk about learning, training, and instructional design issues, strategies, […]

Why You Should Study Human Performance Technology

I am teacher, trainer, and instructional designer at heart. However, over the last 5 years, I have been exposed to the principles of Human Performance […]

My First Book: GET IT DONE

Does it feel like you’re always working but never actually get anything accomplished? Do you wish you had more time to focus on the things […]

New Article: Applying Project Management Strategies in a Large Curriculum Conversion Project in Higher Education

My Franklin University colleagues and I have published an article on Project Management and Instructional Design in the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration. The […]

Conference Reflections - How Relevant is AECT?

My great friend and associate Dr. Lewis Chongwony just posted a GREAT reflection on his experiences at the international convention for the Association for Educational […]

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