In this blog, I outline some of the Instructional Design strategies we use at EI Design that are in sync with the current trends and help us create high-impact learning experiences.
I have been an Instructional Designer for nearly two decades. While I keep pace with the current trends and watch out for the new and emerging ones, I am very conscious of using older models by adapting them to the current scenario.
For instance, most of the Instructional Designers would be familiar with Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction that was presented first in 1965. It has been the core of my learning design approach, and in this blog, I use it to present Instructional Design strategies that are relevant for 2018.
Note: While I have used Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction as the core, I have modified some of its aspects for online training.
Also, offer flexibility to learners to learn on the go and on the device of their choice.
I hope this blog provides you with Instructional Design strategies that you can use to engage the learner and help them achieve the desired performance gain. If you have any further queries in this regard, do contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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