Using Action Mapping To Motivate Your Learners

In this article, I will discuss research from the field of Implementation Science that can be used in combination with Cathy Moore's action mapping to […]

April Showers Bring 9 Blog Posts You Can’t Miss!

Can you believe May is already here? It seems like yesterday we were busy ringing in the new year and talking about how to achieve […]

Action Mapping and How to Prevent Information Overload

For today’s Tiny Topic, we’re talking about information overload — specifically, how to avoid it when working with subject matter experts who ask for everything, including the […]

Towards a Model for Professional Development

I just started reading Cathy Moore’s Map It (great, clear writing! enjoying it so far) and I started thinking about the problems I’ve been having […]

Cathy Moore – Map It review

I’ve written and talked a lot about Action Mapping as the best way to kick off a learning project, ensuring it’s focused on actions that […]

How to note and record an Action Mapping session

Cathy Moore’s Action Mapping is a great way of capturing the performance needs at the start of any kind of training project. On paper it […]

DESIGN THINKING FOR LEARNING INNOVATION – A PRACTICAL GUIDE

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Want to practise Action Mapping?

Howie Pearson (LearningRapid) and I  have designed a day to give you a chance to practice Action Mapping. Is it for you? You design training courses […]

Action map to elearning scenario prototype

This is a simple post in the spirit of ‘working out loud’. I’ll describe how a client meeting went in a day from initial analysis, […]

The Action Mapping Meeting (Miranda Verswijvelen)

The setting of your meeting can be crucial. I’ve just come across that rare item, an article about Action Mapping.  Miranda Verswijvelen, an instructional designer […]

Branching scenario design out-loud #1: analysing the needs

This is the first of a series of posts where I walk through the creation of a complex  branching scenario example, from starting idea to finished […]

Scenario design out loud #1: analysing the needs

This is the first of what will be a substantial series of posts in which I walk through the creation of a complex branching scenario, […]

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