Leveraging Learning Sciences to Create Training that Sticks

  • 18 Nov 2020
  • 12:00 PM
  • 19 Nov 2020
  • 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Event (link provided after registration)


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Create Learning that STICKS!

Join us for this webinar Wednesday, November 18, at 12pm!

Learning organizations today are pressured to create training that takes less time yet still has that stickiness factor for the learner to retain the information. While technology helps make training more visually engaging and entertaining, the key to creating that stickiness factor is based in the learning sciences. Understanding the core components of learning sciences helps learning professionals connect the learner to the content and achieve greater retention.

In this one-hour webinar, participants will:

  • Learn the meaning of learning sciences
  • Apply the Ages Model for learning sciences as a wholistic model to inform their own content design and development
  • Identify the barriers to learning and best practices for learning retention

Join Lisa MD Owens, co-author of the book, Designing for Modern Learning,  as she explains what is meant by learning sciences and explores with attendees the Ages Model which is used to design learning that sticks.  This session is linked to the ATD Capability Model for Developing Professional Capabilities.

This session addresses these ATD 2020 Capabilities:

  • Building Personal Capacity


Annual Passholder - Free

Member - $15 (plus 1 guest for FREE)

Future Member - $20

Student - $10

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