Last updated on January 26th, 2022 at 09:29 pm
This week’s sweets: holistic leadership, the good ol’ ADDIE model, SLAs vs. KPIs, hybrid and remote learning, free xAPI course, accessible/inclusive design, and employee coaching programs.
I’ve got your ID, LXD, and L&D sweets you’re jonesing for covered! I’m hitting you all with another We-Learn goodie drop! Enjoy! Also, be sure to hop on over to Katie Del Bagno’s page and her a follow. Each Friday, she posts her curated L&D Weekly Round Up chock full of fabulous finds!
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Listen… I know lots of folks knock ADDIE, but we use it at Saks and it serves us well! While we disrupt luxury, we also disrupt ADDIE by implementing an iterative/agile form of ADDIE, which we’ve seen great results with! This article by Educational Technology lays out the basic fundamentals of using the ADDIE model of instructional design.
The xAPI Learning Cohort is a free, vendor-neutral, 12-week learning-by-doing, project-based, team-learning experience about the Experience API. Yep, you read that right – it’s 100% free! It’s an opportunity for those who are brand new to xAPI and those who are looking to experiment with it to learn from each other and from the work itself.
When does eLearning Industry not save the day?!?! Here, they rush to our rescue with a fab eBook on employee coaching programs to launch successful coaching strategies on a tight timeframe.
Image description: On the left of a black background is the date, January 26, 2021, followed by the seven topics of this week’s resources: holistic leadership, ADDIE model, SLAs vs. KPIs, hybrid/remote learning, free xAPI course, accessible/inclusive design, and coaching programs. On the right half is a pale blue light blue bulb with a plant growing inside (the logo for Bela’s website) with yellow dots surrounding it. Beneath is “We-Learn, Weekly ID, LXD, and L&D treats” along with “Bela Gaytan” and “belagaytan.com” in green, coral, and yellow colors.