We’ve all been there or seen it in the wild...
Someone, somewhere, completely disengaged from their learning. How do we solve this common problem?
In this interactive digital workshop, you will team up with a virtual sidekick to solve the mystery of the learner’s disengagement. You’ll leave the session with a toolkit of approaches in how to design learning experiences that keep people curious & motivated.
vetr is very pleased to welcome Special Guest Cara North, Learning Experience Designer at The Ohio State University in the US, in this unique & compelling exploration of why learners disengage & how to support a high quality digital learning experience.
Date: Tuesday 28th May 2019
Time: 9.00am AEST
Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes
Investment: $79.20 inc GST.
Discount! for VET PD Series subscribers - Use your Voucher Code when registering!
What we'll cover
Engagement theories & student motivation
Engagement tips & tricks in a digital & workshop context
Use of story in exploring concepts & learning experiences
Digital tools to energise your sessions & presentations
And of course, we'll solve the case of the disengaged learner!
What participants are saying...
Story, gamification, interactive, audience participation, workshops, scenarios/ case study, student presentation. It was so amazing to see this thing just take off like a rocket!
One of the best presentations at the conference.
PRACTISING what you preach & modelling the behaviour you seek to elicit.
And from the vetr team...
Engaging, entertaining & compelling - a workshop experience with so much value, we had to bring it to the rest of the vetr community.
Our Special Guest - Cara North
Cara North is a Learning Experience Designer for The Ohio State University’s College of Education and Human Ecology. She is also doctoral student in Educational Studies with an emphasis in Learning Technologies at The Ohio State University. Cara holds a MA with an emphasis in Workforce Development from The Ohio State University and a BA in Journalism from the University of Kentucky.
She has worked in learning and development for 11 years as a trainer, curriculum developer, learning management systems administrator, and instructional designer. Her learning and development experience includes working for Amazon.com and various non-profit and higher education organisations.
Cara is committed to lifelong learning and scholarship through her leadership in many organisations. She serves as President of the Central Ohio Association for Talent and Development (ATD) and is also the Community Manager for the Training Learning and Development Community. Cara is also the Communications Officer for the Research and Theory Division of the Association for Education Communications and Technology (AECT).
Cara’s research interests include professional development for instructional designers, communities of practice, learner engagement, and learning analytics. She gives back by serving as a mentor to emerging talent in learning and development. Since 2015, she has led more than 100 presentations worldwide in both face-to-face and virtual settings, including as an invited presenter at many learning and development conferences speaking about these topics including Training Magazine Network Masters Series and Learning DevCamp.
Cara is also a proud pet parent to her cat Palpatine and her hobbies include playing video games, reading, and couponing.
A Statement of Attendance is available for issue on completion of the event's activities.
The recording of the live webinar will be available to participants for 7 days after the event.