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FGDLA December Workshop - Shared screen with speaker view
DeAndrea Burton
36:38
Data
Margaret Major
36:50
Technology support
Mollie McCormick
37:27
Guidance through the whole ADDIE process and education throughout.
Jolly Holden
40:24
no
Shanda Adams
45:01
We have a requirement for all new instructor SMEs to attend a certificate program and we pay for it.
Jolly Holden
46:05
Linkedin Learning has several videos on the ADDIE model and instructional strategies
Shanda Adams
49:42
Having a coach is a great idea.
Mollie McCormick
51:14
An online Community of Practice (anchored by a website), with capability for forums and to curate/provide resources is a great support. Follow-up after training is needed for accountability.
Margaret Major
52:36
I had to take a call; I will be right back.
Mollie McCormick
01:03:13
Even if people say they have training, it may be more in an Industrial-Age type of learning (most of us grew up in this system). Culture of an agency plays a role as well: Some are more data-focused and education- vs. performance-focused. Each project and team will be different and you need to figure that out up front.
Mollie McCormick
01:06:59
Being pulled into a meeting -- look forward to seeing the recording. Thanks.
Russ Colbert
01:07:51
Thank you Mollie
Margaret Major
01:11:11
Agreed
Russ Colbert
01:18:45
Great question Sandy!
Jolly Holden
01:29:01
excellent point...the difference betweeen learning outcomes and learning objectives
Margaret Major
01:35:05
Too funny!
Margaret Major
02:14:05
Or ADHD
Jolly Holden
02:22:28
The FGDLA Resources webpage (https://fgdla.us/white-papers) has several sources/white papers on ISD, ADDIE, developing learning objectives, instructional strategies, learning strategies, cognitive science, multimedia development, et al.
Margaret Major
02:24:31
Awesome!
Jolly Holden
02:24:43
Sign hanging over the entrance to the Army’s Ranger Training School: Learning is the progressive study of one’s own ignorance.
DeAndrea Burton
02:25:13
Thank you