Hey there, welcome to the world of instructional design in the corporate realm! Designing compelling learning experiences for diverse audiences and topics might seem daunting, but fear not! We've got a master formula that can work wonders in any context. In this blog post, we'll explore the Pebble-in-the-Pond Model for Instructional Design and dive into the five first principles of instruction. Get ready to create some seriously impactful instructional designs!
Okay, let's talk about the Pebble-in-the-Pond Model for Instructional Design, brought to you by the genius M. David Merrill. This model is the superhero of instructional design because it's built on five interrelated principles that can tackle any learning challenge. Seriously, it's like a Swiss Army knife for instructional design!
Published: May 28, 2019
In this episode of Become an IDOL, I’ll be chatting with Christy Tucker about her experience transitioning from secondary education to instructional design and eLearning development. We’ll be sharing tips for switching careers and landing your first job even if you don’t have a degree or experience. You’ll also learn how Christy Tucker became a name brand in the field of instructional design.
Christy Tucker is a learning design consultant at Syniad Learning with over 15 years of experience helping people learn. She specializes in using scenario-based learning to engage audiences and promote the transfer of skills to real-world environments. She has created courses for clients including the National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, Cisco, and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Christy has been blogging about instructional design and eLearning for...