Creating training takes a lot of time and resources. Anyone who's tried it knows.
But if learners don't benefit from it or aren't committed to using what they learn, these resources are wasted.
That's why getting to know your students is crucial to ensure that your training hits the mark.
With the right system in place, student research doesn't have to take a lot of time and effort
This course helps you discover what your students want and need to learn by establishing an easy and fun to-do research "habit."
When you implement this system, your training will have higher completion rates and satisfaction scores, while your students will better retain and apply your material.
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What will you get?
💡 4 modules focused on the need-to-know information
🎬 Short, snackable videos with practical and immediately actionable steps
📄 Templates and cheat sheets to help you implement what you learn
🚀 Let's get started!
Why getting to know your learners is important
🤩 What's the ultimate goal and the benefits of this approach?
🧐 Why is getting to know your learners important
🎯 Set your goal
What you need to know about your learners
🤓 Who are your learners?
🌉 What transformation do you need to create?
✍️ Create and share your student avatar
🔍 Review your peers' student avatars
🔎 Review your own student avatar
🗒️ Reflect on your feedback
How to establish a research habit
📌 Basic Principle
💬 Group discussion
👥 Where to get insights
📒 Where to capture your insights
📝 How and when to capture your insights
🔑 5 basic rules for your research
How to use your insights to create better trainings
🗃️ How to organize your insights
🛠️ How to use your insights
End of the course
💡 What were your main takeaways from this course?
🎯 Reflect on your goal
Learn by doing
This isn’t your typical self-paced course
Where you passively listen to a bunch of lectures but rarely reach the “doing” step. This course is focused on taking action. Ideally, you'll bring a training you want to create to this course and can directly apply what you learn right from the start.
These components will help you get the most out of this course:
Guided exercises will prompt you to get “doing” and create tangible assets, like a student avatar, that you can use to develop your training. And they’ll also help you internalize your learnings to make them stick.
You won’t be learning only from your instructor but also your peers. When you review your fellow learners' work, you can see how they’ve solved the same exercise, and you can help them improve. Of course, you’ll receive peer feedback as well! This is one of the most effective ways to improve your work.
Discussion prompts will let you get to know your peers in the course so you can connect and learn from each other.