Evidence-Informed Learning Design: Creating Training to Improve Performance
Learning and Development (L&D) programmes are too often based on fads, the latest trends or learning designers' personal preferences without critical evaluation. Evidence-Informed Learning Design allows learning professionals to move away from this type of approach by showing them how to assess and apply relevant scientific literature, learning science research and proven learning techniques to design their training in a way that will make a measurable difference to employee performance and overall business success.
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Building the foundation
01 Designing learning experiences in an evidenceinformed way
02 What are learning experiences and what does it mean to design them well?
Eyes wide open
The state of the learning profession
04 How to start looking for the evidence
Facing fallacies and myths
05 On the lookout for fallacies
09 Nuanced design
10 Nuanced design
The learner in the drivers seat
11 The ins and outs of selfdirected and selfregulated learning
12 How to improve selfdirected and selfregulated learning