Our guest for episode 3 is highly respected instructional designer and author Julie Dirksen, you'll be hearing her views on helping learners to form good habits, how to avoid some common design mistakes and what we can all learn from video game designers.
The second edition of Julie Dirksen's book Design for how people learn is regarded as one of the best starting points for anyone new to instructional design.
Here are the questions asked during the interview with their times for quick reference:
Links to the authors and theories discussed in the interview:
Dave Buglass, Head of Capability and Development at Tesco Bank is the guest for this episode of the Sponge UK podcast, recorded at the Learning Technologies 2016 conference.
Dave was Learning and Develpment Professional of the year and Chief Learning Officer of the year in 2014, he's got more than 20 years experience in L&D and shares his thoughts on what's changed over that time and what needs to change in order for the L&D function to become more effective in the future.
Read excerpts of this interview in out accompanying blog post. http://spongeuk.com/2016/02/whats-holding-ld-back-is-actually-ld/
00:40 - What's changed in L&D over the 20 years you've been doing this?
01:33 - What do you think is holding L&D back from the point where the learner is the centre of everything?
02:53 - On a practical level how do you do that?
03:52 - What part should the L&D vendors be playing?
05:02 - You did the foreward for the most recent Towards Maturity report "Embracing Change" Is 2016 going to be the year of change?