Matching Instructional Methods to Learning Experiences– What's the Best Fit?

  • 21 Oct 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Sonoma County Volunteer Center 153 Stony Circle #100, Santa Rosa CA Classroom A
  • 12


  • 1 first-time guest allowed @ no charge.

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Do you tend to use the same instructional methods over and over? Are you looking for new methods to create a “learning experience” vs. a training event? Then step out of your comfort zone and join us!

Telling is not training. A well-designed learning course uses interactive elements that enable learners to actively process and apply information. In this session we’ll discuss the factors involved in choosing instructional methods (lecture, group discussion, eLearning, flipped classroom, demonstration, case study, role-play, job aid, simulation, game, peer coaching, video, teach-back, quiz, field visit, online discussion).

The room will be divided into three teams. Each team will be given a training request/scenario (e.g., leadership, project management, technical). Teams will select instructional methods and present why they chose those methods.

If you have questions, please contact Angela Dowd, .

There is no charge for this event if you are an ATD Golden Gate Chapter member or a guest. Please sign up as a guest if you would like to try out a meeting and learn more about our chapter. There is a $20 fee for returning guests.

Registering will help us plan for numbers.
Please RSVP by Oct 13.

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