About the Session
This session will introduce you to an easy-to-use and powerful visual learning design method called Learning Environment Modeling (LEM). This method helps blended learning professionals collaborate with diverse stakeholders using a shared design language. This helps to create a shared vision and set expectations for blended learning projects, while supporting effective collaboration among diverse project participants.
During the session, participants will learn how to correlate specific design elements to learning results, and how to facilitate more effective communication throughout the design process.
Participants will learn how to:
- Visually communicate the correlation of specific design elements to learning results
- Use Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) to collaborate effectively with blended learning project teams and clients
- Facilitate more effective communication throughout the design process
- Use a learning environment design system and tool to remove or reduce ego-centric behaviors and attitudes during the design process
Join us to explore how Learning Environment Modeling (LEM) supports creative blended learning design while removing barriers to communication in the learning design process.
About the Speaker
Phylise Banner is a learning experience designer with over 25 years of vision, action, and leadership experience in transformational teaching and learning approaches within academia and industry. A pioneer in online learning, she regularly seeks out and embraces opportunities to experiment with emerging pedagogies and technologies in order to best serve learners, and to create vibrant and engaged communities of practice.
She is an Adobe Education Leader, Society for Technical Communication Fellow, performance storyteller, avid angler, aviation enthusiast, and currently training to be a private pilot. She is also the proud owner of a 1967 Amphicar.