Using Design Thinking for learning experience design that both engages and works, Mirjam Neelen

For many in L&D, Design Thinking involves a radical departure from their usual practice. Traditional instructional design approaches focus on 'the solution' (e.g., content and subject matter). Design thinking starts with the user of the 'product' – in this case the person learning – and what they feel they need. But as experienced learning experience designer Mirjam Neelen points out in this webinar, people do not always know how to learn most effectively. So how can you use the power of Design Thinking to create highly engaging learning experiences which at the same time delivers impact on performance?

 

  • Why use Design Thinking to design learning experiences?
  • Using Design Thinking with sponsors, learners, and other stakeholders
  • Putting Design Thinking to work – real, practical examples
  • When you may not want to use Design Thinking
  • Balancing Design Thinking with evidence-based learning design principles

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