Join us for the: “Learning Environment Modeling Language: The New Language of Learning Design” webinar with Phylise Banner.
Thursday, December 7, 2017
10:30 am Pacific / 11:30 am Mountain / 12:30 pm Central / 1:30 pm Eastern.
About the Webinar
Creating a vision that is shared among designers, subject matter experts, clients, and leaders is one of the fundamental challenges that content professionals must overcome. In the learning design space, many project stakeholders lack the background knowledge, experiences, or “language” to relate their vision in ways that instructional designers can effectively implement.
In this session, Phylise will introduce an easy-to-use and powerful visual learning design method called Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) — a unique visual language created to enhance communication and foster collaboration between instructional design professionals and diverse stakeholders.
During the session, you will learn how to visually communicate the correlation of specific design elements to learning results and use Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) to collaborate effectively with blended learning project teams. Phylise will talk about how to facilitate more effective communication throughout the design process, and how to use a learning environment design system and tools to remove or reduce ego-centric behaviors and attitudes during the design process.
Join us as we explore how LEM can support creative learning experience design and remove barriers to communication throughout the learning design process.
We will be recording the webinar, so feel free to enjoy the presentation knowing that you can see the recording at a later date.
About the Audience
Instructional designers at the practitioner level, academics, students, and explorers.
About the Speaker
Phylise Banner is a learning experience designer with over 25 years of vision, action, and leadership experience in transformational teaching and learning approaches within academia and industry. A pioneer in online learning, she regularly seeks out and embraces opportunities to experiment with emerging pedagogies and technologies in order to best serve learners, and to create vibrant and engaged communities of practice. She is an Adobe Education Leader, STC Fellow, performance storyteller, avid angler, aviation enthusiast, and currently training to be a private pilot. She is also the proud owner of a 1967 Amphicar. Find out more at http://www.phylisebanner.com/
Have questions about the webinar? Contact STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC).
Sponsor: STC Community Affairs Committee
STC CAC Communication Lead & Volunteer.