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How Learner Curiosity Plays a Role in Learner Personas


Many modern learning professionals use the concept of learner personas when designing learning programs for modern learners. They often categorize their audience by identifying what different learners need to know, and when, where and how they want to learn it. But in taking it a step further, have you ever considered the role learner curiosity plays in developing learner personas? In the video below, Learning Cluster Design co-creator, Lisa MD Owens, dives into how to use learner curiosity to develop learner personas and keep your learners engaged: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ivh0W8RY-U&list=PLW2CDAnk4Br2QoExsk-EjxAJ0XQz0t0cV&index=4 Some of Lisa’s key takeaways include: The correlation between levels of curiosity and [...]

How Learner Curiosity Plays a Role in Learner Personas2021-12-04T19:11:57-05:00

Dec 2nd Monthly Dialogue Reminder: Enid Crystal, Consultant


In December, we are excited to have Enid Crystal, Consultant and ex VP at Black Rock, share a real-life example of how she is working with a client to provide learning resource libraries using Microsoft Teams. Enid has expertise in designing learning experiences that meet the needs of today’s modern learners. She is proficient in designing and developing digital and hybrid solutions that include e-learning, mobile delivery, virtual classroom, micro-learning, and workflow learning. With over 25 years in corporate learning and development for global companies such as Pfizer, BlackRock, and MetLife, Enid is known for creating scalable learning solutions that focus on [...]

Dec 2nd Monthly Dialogue Reminder: Enid Crystal, Consultant2021-12-02T00:29:29-05:00

Getting Stakeholders to Prioritize in Learning Design


In our most recent Learning Cluster Design 2-Week Practicum, one of the participants brought up a challenge around getting stakeholders to prioritize and get clearer on the learning need. When approached by a senior manager to develop management training, this L&D professional asked what specific classes or topics the senior manager was looking to target in this training. Their response? All of them. Sound familiar? What is even more relatable to many L&D professionals that work closely with stakeholders, is that this particular senior manager based their response on their own personal opinion, rather than looking at any data - again, [...]

Getting Stakeholders to Prioritize in Learning Design2021-11-24T18:49:31-05:00

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