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Design Thinking and Rapid Prototyping for Instructional Design

Leverage an iterative process and learner input for successful instructional design.

This on-demand e-learning course is available online immediately after purchase. Within the course you will have the opportunity to personalize your learning by viewing videos, interacting with content, hearing from experts, and planning for your future. You will have access to the course(s) for 12 months from your registration date.

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On Demand
Credits: CEU 0.15
Level: Informed
Role(s): Trainer/Facilitator More
Language(s): English
Capability Area(s): Instructional Design

Pricing

$195
Member
$295
Non-member
Course Info

Design thinking is a human-centered approach to creating solutions that address the needs of the individual learners and the needs of the organization. Creating iterative prototypes and getting feedback from stakeholders allows instructional designers to deliver effective projects.

In this course you will explore the five phases of design thinking, how they connect to a traditional design model, when to prototype, and what options are available.

Why You Should Attend:

Design thinking is a human-centered approach to creating solutions that address the needs of the individual learners and the needs of the organization. Creating iterative prototypes and getting feedback from stakeholders allows instructional designers to deliver effective projects.

In this course you will explore the five phases of design thinking, how they connect to a traditional design model, when to prototype, and what options are available.

Why You Should Attend:

  • See how design thinking can improve instructional design.
  • Learn new approaches for our rapidly changing world.
  • Hear practitioners share their knowledge and experience.
  • Have access to an ATD expert facilitator within the course.

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What You Will Learn
  • Describe how design thinking can improve the instructional design process.
  • Explain how design thinking can be used alongside ADDIE to create a more robust instructional design process.
  • Describe how and when to use instructional design prototyping to save time, save money, or improve the final product.
  • Describe how design thinking applies to the implementation and evaluation of learning.
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COURSE TOPICS
Topic 1: How Design Thinking Can Improve Instructional Design
Design thinking encourages the design team to challenge assumptions and explore new ideas. In this topic, you will learn how to describe improvements that design thinking can bring to the instructional design process.
Topic 2: Applying Design Thinking to Instructional Design
Design thinking sounds like a linear process; in practice, it is more flexible and iterative. In this topic, you will learn to explain how design thinking can be used alongside ADDIE to create a more robust instructional design process.
Topic 3: Rapid Methodologies and Prototyping
Prototyping is an integral part of design thinking, allowing talent development professionals to test and improve ideas quickly. In this topic, you will learn how and when to use instructional design prototyping to save time, save money, or improve the final product.
Topic 4: Implementing and Evaluating
Implementing and evaluating is also an important step in instructional design. In this topic, you will learn to describe how design thinking applies to the implementation and evaluation of learning.
Dates & Locations
On Demand
  • Anytime
    On Demand
Who Should Attend

This course is appropriate for those who have been asked to take on new duties and need to quickly upskill.

This course is also appropriate for those early in their career or making a career shift. This may include instructional designers, independent consultants, professional trainers or facilitators, or training coordinators.

Level: Informed
Roles: Trainer/Facilitator, Training/Talent Development Coordinator, Instructional Designer
Language: English
Facilitators
Donald Ford

Things To Know

ATTENDANCE

On Demand

Full completion of the program within the one-year access period is mandatory in order to receive CEUs. Participants who complete all aspects of the program will see their completion status reflected on their transcript in the ATD Learning Portal.

If applicable, a certificate will be issued to you through the ATD Learning Portal at the end of the program.

CREDITS

0.15 CEUs awarded

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TRANSFERS/CANCELLATIONS

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