WK5 - Using Design Thinking to Craft Learning Experiences

Sat, May 18 | 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM | Room: 103 B, Convention Center

The 21st-century workforce is unique; people have endless options for learning in the ways that best meet their needs. Yet many of the design and development models in L&D are decades old. That's where design thinking comes in. It's a modern approach to creative problem solving that's iterative, collaborative, and experimental. And it's also fun! Join this workshop to explore an entire design thinking cycle.

Application on the Job:
Learn a five-phase process for solving complex workplace performance problems that you can apply to your job.
Experience the value and freedom of thinking beyond typical solutions to solve workplace performance problems.
Practice methods for generating creative ideas that you can apply to your job.

Type: Preconference Workshop

Tracks: Instructional Design

Learning Approaches: Experiential/Interactive Learning

Topics: Design Thinking

Target Audiences: Instructional Designer, Trainer


Connie Malamed

Connie Malamed

Learning Experience Design Consultant

Connie Malamed Consulting