MNX205 Designing Fantastic Feedback with Lectora
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM Thursday, October 26
Expo Hall: Management Exchange Stage
Feedback may be your most under-leveraged instructional tool. Designers take care to ensure assessment questions are well-written and support the performance objectives. However, far too often less thought is given to feedback.
Many designers think feedback is the message you display. But effective feedback is not what you say, it’s what you do. This might be a message, but it might more effectively be to show a diagram, play media, branch to additional information, challenge further, etc. This session will discuss ways to recognize opportunities for improving feedback and illustrate alternative approaches that better support and enhance the instructional experience.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to recognize opportunities for improved feedback
- When it is useful to invest the effort in creating more creative feedback
- Several techniques for more effective/creative feedback
- About the benefits of increased learner engagement through feedback
Intermediate designers and developers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Lectora Inspire and MP3/MP4 media.
VP Business Solutions
Daryl Fleary is a vice president of business solutions at Trivantis. He has over 20 years’ experience as a unit and project manager, senior instructional designer/consultant, eLearning designer, and business developer/relationship manager specializing in instruction and performance support solutions. Daryl’s experience includes developing instructor-led courses, web-based training programs, knowledge portals, electronic performance support/help systems, self-study guides, and other learning materials. As an FTE or consultant he has worked with a number of industries, including financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, utilities, and federal and state governments. Daryl has been a frequent presenter in online webinars and at learning conferences, including Learning Solutions, DevLearn, and TechKnowledge.