Jonathon Nieves

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN BASICS - DESIGN THEORY

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN BASICS - DESIGN THEORY

In our third installment of our Instructional Design Basics blog series, we dive into Design Theory, starting with Robert M. Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction. These critical steps provide Instructional Designers with a framework to build out their training courses.

Instructional Design Basics - LEARNING THEORIES

Instructional Design Basics - LEARNING THEORIES

In this second installment of our Instructional Design Basics blog series, we break down three of the most popular learning theories used by Instructional Designers: Cognitivism, Constructivism, and Behaviorism.

Prezi: Needs Analysis & Learner Analysis

Prezi: Needs Analysis & Learner Analysis

Introducing a new series, Instructional Design Basics. This Prezi explains how performing a Needs Analysis and a Learner Analysis adds structure to your training course design.

5 Questions to Answer Now That You’re a Leader

5 Questions to Answer Now That You’re a Leader

So you were just promoted to your first management position. Congratulations! Here are five questions that will get you started on the right foot when it comes to your new life as a leader.

Three Tips for an Effective Team Huddle

Three Tips for an Effective Team Huddle

Three easy tips for effective team huddles. The suggestions in this post will help make your team huddles more engaging, memorable, and meaningful.

Training Follow-Up Can Help Avoid a Controversy... And More!!

Training Follow-Up Can Help Avoid a Controversy... And More!!

Starbucks is closing 8,000 stores on one day to provide racial-bias training. James discusses how follow-up is a key to ensuring this training is effective.