eLearning is convenient. It’s flexible in time and place and is a perfect solution for just-in-time learning. However, without a facilitator to swiftly adapt their…
Instructional Designers and Learning Designers design and create a variety of materials to support learning including:
- High Level Training Designs
- Training Architectures
- Facilitator Guides
- Learner Workbooks
- Quick References Guides and Job Aids
- Pre-and Post-program Activities
- Manager Embedding Guides and Toolkits
- Mobile Learning Applications
- Any other form of training materials required
Many organisations are moving further away from face-to-face learning to blended solutions that incorporate online learning, or programs that are entirely digitised. It’s no surprise;…
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Academic Writings by Annette Devilee Whish – Senior Instructional Design Consultant, prepared as part of the assessment for her Master of Learning Science and Technology (MLS&T)
Participants receive access to a comprehensive toolkit of materials, templates and guides required to be an exceptional instructional designer. Participants use the toolkit as a self-paced resource to design and develop their own learning program. An Instructional Design Certificate may be awarded on completion.
IDA draws on the ADDIE model of Instructional Design when delivering its instructional design service to clients across Australia. Watch the video below to learn more on how IDA apply the ADDIE model.
IDA uses a variety of adult learning theories in learning design. Our approach is driven by the concept of inquiry-based Discovery Learning, which requires learners to make connections to previous knowledge, bring their own questions to learning, investigate and critically reflect on concepts and design ways to try out their ideas.
To maximize learner engagement and transfer of learning, we design programs that offer both formal and informal learning opportunities.
Examples of methodologies and activities that IDA uses in its learning design include:
Instructional Design Australia (IDA) provides services to support workplace learning and change. With team members in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, IDA will enable your people to engage, learn and perform.