LS504 The What, Where, and How of Creativity in Learning Design
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, March 17
Too often, content is cranked out without understanding the audience and looking at the best options for delivering solutions. Everyone wants to be more creative, but time, budget, and resources are frequently used as a crutch.
In this session, you will learn why creativity is critical to communicating and improving learning, from content delivery to how a learner experiences the information. You’ll learn simple techniques to improve communication, present concepts, and get inspired for your next project. You will see how creativity can improve results and the simple techniques and tools to get started with, whether you don’t have a creative bone in your body or you are an artist and just need some inspiration. This session will help you unlock your brain and let the creativity start to flow.
In this session, you will learn:
- Techniques for getting more creative
- How to inspire your team to be creative
- How to get and give creative feedback
- How to best run a creative meeting or brainstorm session
- Tips and resources to get inspired
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
Learning Architect & CEO
Sealworks Interactive Studios
Nick Floro, a co-founder and learning architect at Sealworks Interactive Studios, has over 25 years of experience developing learning solutions, applications, and web platforms. Nick is passionate about how design and technology can enhance learning and loves to share his knowledge and experience to teach, inspire and motivate. As a learning architect, Nick gets to sketch, imagine, and prototype for each challenge. He has worked with start-ups to Fortune 500 companies to help them understand the technology and develop innovative solutions to support their audiences. Nick has won numerous awards from Apple and organizations for productions and services, and has been able to reach over a million users with his latest project, which helps students in grades 2-12 learn how to think and write an essay critically.