Instructional Design

5 Reasons Why Staff Augmentation Might be the Right Training Solution in Light of COVID-19

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has had an impact on the workforce in more ways than one. Regardless of how your organization has been […]

The Future Is Here – eLearning Is Now The Primary Learning Mode

COVID-19 fundamentally altered the higher education landscape. In the early days of the pandemic, colleges and universities had to call a halt to in-person classes […]

Resources, Not Courses!

Jeni Johnson was perfectly ready, willing and able to volunteer her instructional design talents to create a training program (for free!) for staff and foster […]

Creative Ways to Teach Students Online During COVID-19

Learning from home has been one of the ways students have continued their studies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Returning to in-person learning means students may […]

3 Ways School Administrators Can Adjust Classroom Learning to COVID-19 Restrictions

School administrators, principals, and other stakeholders will now consider building a more resilient learning and assessment system following the impacts of COVID-19. Building a system […]

Seeking Alternatives to Training

One of my first blog posts on Train Like A Champion began with the following: “The conversations around the need for training can sometimes seem […]

My In-Depth Walkthrough Of Missinglettr (Video & Post)

In case you’ve never heard of Missinglettr before, it’s a social media sharing tool that makes it easy to share unique content promoting your’s and […]

Pillar 1 for Transformative e-Learning Instructional Design: Context

Pillar 1 for Transformative e-Learning Instructional Design: Context con·text känˌtekst/ noun 1. The circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and […]

Should You Outsource Your Online Class Development or Try It In-House?

When it comes to online class development, there are typically two options available. You can either outsource the work or create the needed content in-house. […]

Talking Games and Gamification (for Learning) with Karl Kapp

On Thursday, I wrote about a way that BINGO could be used as an engagement tool during learning programs (and shared this free, cool BINGO […]

B-I-N-G-O and BINGO is a training game-O!

While “engagement” doesn’t necessarily equal “effective” when it comes to training design, lack of engagement most often results in ineffective training. Introducing games or game […]

The E-Myth Revisited – Business Book Review

I just recently finished reading a business book in my alternating schedule of fun and business reading. This one was The E-Myth Revisited (and on […]

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