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A more strategic approach to training, instructional design allows us to create holistic learning opportunities based on the best content and delivery.
A traditional instructional designer builds courses and modules based upon a solid foundation of adult learning theory. They chunk the material, dig into the details, tease it apart, and identify key information that a learner needs to know. Then, they align that material with a course delivery based on these learning models. Instead of attempting to shoehorn all training into the same type of content and delivery, our instructional design services take a strategic approach that begins with discovery and ends with intelligent delivery.
Our instructional design team is led by designers who understand learners on a deeper level than most. Our neurolearning-first approach means we’re always thinking about the best way to engage learners’ brains and convert knowledge into long-term memory. This usually means deep discovery with each organization we work with—getting to know past learning gaps, content, and what eventual success really looks like. As we take the time to meticulously learn and plan, we’re better able to create learning experiences that are specifically designed and delivered with those goals in mind. Our instructional design is an intelligent and intentional approach that brings better results.
Our approach always begins with an excavation of your organization, your learners, and your goals. When we design with intent, we focus on including only those elements that improve the experience and the chance of success for our specific learners. Here’s the equation: observations of data lead to intent; intent leads to a concept; and that concept leads to execution.
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The instructional design process brings important benefits to corporate training. An instructional designer knows many ways of promoting knowledge, skill, or behavior acquisition. Moreover, they know how to choose the best way—strategies, methods, and technologies—for each project.
Instructional designers rely on instructional design models to create engaging and effective training solutions. The learning content, activities, assessments, and overall learning experiences that they design also increase knowledge retention and recall.
Oh! At the same time, an instructional designer keeps client needs and learner profiles top of mind.