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Instructional Design for Action Learning by Geri MCARDLE

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CHAPTER FOURSet the Scene for Learning

You have defined the training need, designed the program, and chosen your methods and approach. Now, creating an environment that will encourage learners to challenge, experiment, and have fun is your goal. If learners become truly engaged in the task, and you present the information using accelerated learning principles designed for adults, the learners will begin to use this new knowledge with ease. Learning principles help you make the content more three-dimensional and move the class from the theory behind the training to the information the class will use in practice.

To create the setting that will work best to make this transition, you need to consider meeting both the physical and the emotional needs ...

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