MONTHLY PROGRAM: Prototyping with SAM: The Essential Activity in a Savvy Start

  • 07 May 2015
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Canon Solutions America, Inc. 201 California Street - Suite 100., San Francisco, CA. 94111
  • 15

Registration

  • Current Golden Gate Chapter AND National Members - Please fill in your National membership ID# on the registration form.
  • Chapter member in good standing.
  • Mt Diablo / Sacramento Chapter Members
  • SBODN-South Bay Organizational Development Network
    NSA – National Speakers Association
    BAODN – Bay Area Organizational Development Network
    BAHREC – Bay Area Human Resources Executive Council
    ICF – International Coaching Federation
  • If you have received a free program voucher, please enter the code where indicated and bring your voucher with you to the program.
  • includes Golden Gate, Sacramento and Mt Diablo Chapter Members in good standing.

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You see potential in good design. You can change behavior, drive results, decrease errors, and improve engagement. But, even the best designs are jeopardized if the process lacks the ability to support them.

Learn about the Successive Approximation Model (SAM), and understand the power of using prototyping for the design and development of engaging learning experiences.

We believe how a project begins has a profound impact on its success. We believe this so passionately that we developed our very own method of kicking off projects – the Savvy Start! The Savvy Start is a collaborative meeting unique to SAM during which instructional designers, developers, stakeholders, and learners come together and brainstorm, sketch, and prototype instructional treatments for performance challenges.

Because we believe the Savvy Start is so vital to success, we’ve created a mock-savvy workshop, our kickoff design session in our Instructional Design Process.

During this workshop, we will use submissions from workshop attendees to illustrate how we design, sketch, and even prototype instructional treatments for performance challenges.

You’ll be part of the conversation, working in teams to brainstorm and sketch instructional design treatments. You’ll get down and dirty with prototypes, trashing your first few iterations and building on each others ideas and opinions in order to create the best functional design.



PRESENTER:
Steve Lee Steve Lee has been in the eLearning Industry for over 15 years as an award-winning instructional designer, eLearning developer, project manager, and renowned “Trusted Advisor,” assisting companies developing their own internal learning development teams. Mr. Lee developed multiple large-scale military aviation eLearning projects before starting Allen Interactions with Dr. Michael Allen in 1993. As a College Professor of Computer Science for over 14 years, he has developed/instructed curriculum on hardware, gaming, and information security, and is considered an expert in the use of multiple delivery platforms, game theory, and social networking in eLearning

SIMULCAST:
To attend this event remotely, select the Remote Viewing option when you register. Links to the simulcast will be sent two days prior the event


EVENT SPONSOR:


Canon Solutions America, Inc., a Canon U.S.A. Company, provides industry leading enterprise, production, and large format printing solutions, supported by exceptional professional service offerings. Canon Solutions America helps companies improve efficiency and control costs through high volume, continuous feed, digital and traditional printing, and document management solutions. Please visit http://csa.canon.com to learn more.

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