So many of us fall into positions which include training staff or volunteers, and we often end up figuring out how to do it as we go along. Any one of us can enhance our facilitator toolbox to become more effective with groups – wherever we are in our journeys of learning how to work with groups. One of the ways we can be more effective is to use clear and easy design strategies right from the start of planning a learning-related event - whether it's face-to-face or online.
In this session, we’ll explore the somewhat nebulous topic of learning outcomes and why they are so important to the design of our learning events in any mode. We’ll demystify how you can leverage learning outcomes to create events where participants actually learn – not just be a fun place to hang out for a while! You’ll come away from this engaging session with three key strategies to apply right away to the design of your learning-related events.
By the end of this session you will be able to:
This session will be held on Zoom. A link will be sent out to registrants prior to the session.
Beth Cougler Blom, MEd, is a facilitator and learning designer who works with client organizations to design, develop and facilitate face-to-face and online education. She specializes in facilitating workshops on teaching and learning-related topics, and additionally supports organizations as a group process facilitator. Visit the About Beth section of this site to learn more.