TFAC071 Creating Effective Group Learning Experiences


Course Description

In this course, you'll experience a practical introduction to the design of adult learning. It will ground your knowledge in theories and tools for designing face-to-face workshops and courses.

All activities will be applicable to learning in organizations, enabling you to translate what you learn into your workplace context. Throughout the course, you'll work on designing a lesson plan/agenda for a short face-to-face course or workshop and post drafts of your plan to course colleagues and the facilitator for feedback.

Course Outline

In this course, you'll explore:

  • Week 1: Introduction to Adult Learning Principles
  • Week 2: Learning Design Theory and Learning Outcomes
  • Week 3: Lesson Planning and Creating Active Learning Environments
  • Week 4: Solidifying Your Lesson Plan
  • Week 5: Preparing to Facilitate

Learner Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Articulate the approach and values you bring to designing learning for adults
  • Describe 3-5 key principles of adult learning
  • Use an established learning design process to guide the development of an in-person workshop
  • Write measurable learning outcomes
  • Create a workshop lesson plan for a participatory learning experience

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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