Catherine Wecksell will give her presentation “The Original Remote Instructors: ID Lessons from TVs Greatest Teachers” for the March Program meeting.
- Format: Online via Zoom.
- Date and Time: Tuesday, March 8, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM CST
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With an increased demand for online learning, especially within the past couple of years, instructional designers are tasked with adapting existing online instruction programs to create remote learning.
Television legends Fred Rogers, LeVar Burton, and Bob Ross delivered effective distance learning before it became widespread. What techniques do these three TV hosts showcase, that instructional designers could use for developing effective workplace learning today?
In her presentation, Catherine Wecksell will examine the instructional techniques of these three TV legends. By the end of this webinar, viewers will learn how they can apply these same lessons in their own learning programs and endeavors.
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About Our Featured Presenter
With 25 years of experience in workplace learning, Catherine Wecksell started Wecksell Learning Studio five years ago to develop efficient and effective learning solutions for her clients. Her solutions “use technology thoughtfully to overcome obstacles and foster human connection, community, and professional development.”
To learn more about Catherine’s unique approach to workplace learning, visit https://www.wecksell.org/about/