Instructional design plays an important role in ensuring the quality of instruction for learners. It starts from analyzing learning needs to the development and delivery of content to meet those needs. In this session, participants will be able to:
- Conduct a needs assessment.
- Identify appropriate delivery medium.
- Apply learning theory.
- Design a curriculum, program, or learning solution.
- Design instructional material.
- Analyze and select technologies.
- Develop instructional materials.
WAIT, there’s more! It gets interesting and fun! We are partnering with a local non-profit and they will be present that day to present a learning need. We ask that you team up and listen to the learning needs from the speaker. We will have time for Q&A. Your team will then have time to discuss and work on designing a form of learning delivery that would fit the learning needs of the non-profit organization.
Surprise! It’s actually a competition! Your team will be given judging criteria and have until November 1 to submit your idea and learning assets. The overall winner will be announced at our Chapter’s Year End Celebration and the materials from the winning team will be used by the non-profit organization. Take this opportunity to sharpen your skills and hear different perspectives on instructional design. This is a chance for professional development and community support in one project.
Isn’t that exciting? So, bring a team with you and let’s give back to our community!
Parking Instructions: Park in front of the 19 East Chocolate Avenue building with a big Hershey Company sign. Go to the lobby to be registered as a visitor. There will be volunteers to point you to the conference room. Lost? Please contact Larry Asu at 717-743-7821.
New Member/Prospective Member Meet and Greet:
We'd like to invite you to join us just prior to the event (6:00 to 6:15 p.m.) for our New Member/Prospective Member Meet and Greet. This is a great way to connect with other new members and discuss the value that membership with our chapter can offer YOU. Additionally, we will have people from our Membership team there to answer any questions you may have about the chapter. When you check in, just let our greeter know you are interested in joining the Meet and Greet, and he or she will direct you.
Jenny Fedullo, Director, Learning Solutions
Jenny Fedullo leads the learning solutions team at d’Vinci to provide innovative, learner-focused solutions that improve performance. She has a passion for using engaging content and technology to make learners and clients successful. Jenny has held a number of training and development positions throughout her career and knows how training can impact an individual’s performance, a department’s results, and a company’s bottom line. Jenny holds a Bachelor of Science in accounting and management from Lock Haven University and has numerous certifications in training management and instructional design.