Are learning styles fad or fiction? How should you adapt graphics and words for different learners and different learning goals? Do interesting visuals improve learning? Are animations better for illustrating how things work than still visuals? Should visuals be described with audio, text, or both audio and text? How can you accommodate the limits and leverage the strengths of working memory with audio, text, and visuals?
Based on her new ASTD book, Evidence-based Training Methods, Dr. Ruth Clark will lead you through an interactive tour of proven training techniques, tips and tribal wisdom. Whether you are a classroom facilitator, course designer, or e-learning developer, this presentation will reveal the latest scientific evidence for training modes and methods proven to work.
Be sure to bring a printed sample – either a student lesson handout, slides, or e-learning storyboard to evaluate with your colleagues during the presentation.
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