What is Learning Design in Hobart?
In Hobart, we use a learning design technique that involves developing, producing, and distributing educational content and learning experiences through blended learning, online learning, in-person training, and other delivery modalities. Our methods for learning design are built upon our educational philosophies and practices. The systematic approach to learning design used by our team is based on the ADDIE paradigm.
The Importance of Learning Design
Offering interesting learning opportunities and original learning materials is the goal of learning design. We use a learner-centred approach to make sure that the student is at the centre of our development throughout the entire process. Our instructional designers use their knowledge of adult learners’ behaviours, habits, and preferences in the workplace to produce efficient digital learning solutions. We are conscious of the fact that people in today’s culture are frequently busy, on the go, and always carrying technology, for example. One example of the adaptable training options and learning tools that can be created is shorter eLearning or Instructional Design courses that can be viewed on a mobile device.
Types of Learning Experiences
One type of learning experience is face-to-face instruction, often known as facilitator-led instruction. In this scenario, kids are being taught in a classroom by a qualified expert. Both the student and the teacher may need to sign up for a virtual meeting platform in order to participate in webcam training sessions. Students can access self-paced eLearning sessions and tests using eLearning, which requires access to an LMS. The merging of two or more elements from the aforementioned categories of educational experiences is referred to as blended learning. For instance, a training programme can contain both live and online sessions.
The difference between Instructional Design and Learning Design.
It’s common to combine the terms instructional design, learning design, and even educational design in one statement. Those having formal training in both teaching and learning, as well as current knowledge of the learning sciences, are often proved to have these attributes by their approach to instructional design.
In higher education, there are some differences between instructional designers in Hobart and learning design. Hobart eLearning designers often work on several projects across a variety of subjects, requiring them to have a more diversified knowledge, learning designers frequently work on one project at a time, allowing them to concentrate on one subject in depth.
We are always looking for talented Learning Designers, Instructional Designers, and eLearning Developers to join our national team on an independent contractor or casual employee basis to provide instructional design support on specific projects.
Our projects typically vary in length from 1 to 12 weeks, so we may be able to offer flexible engagements around your other commitments and availability (including work from home, flexible days and hours).
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