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By Jolie Miller | lynda.com
10 Tips for Instructional Designers
H...
03 Introduction
05 Tip No. 1: Good Instruction
Requires Clear Communication
07 Tip No. 2: Know Thy Audience
10 Tip No. 3: ...
3 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Introduction
One of the most common questions we...
4 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Good Instruction Requires
Clear Communication
TIP NO. 1
Good Instruction Requires Clear Communication
Great teachers take the complex and re-explain it simply, sharing ...
6 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Know Thy Audience
TIP NO. 2
Know Thy Audience
You can’t teach anyone anything until you know who you’re teaching, where they’re at, what the...
8 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Be Miles Ahead—
And By Their Side
9 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
TIP NO. 3
Be Miles Ahead—And By Their Side
The b...
10 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Drop The Formalities
TIP NO. 4
Drop The Formalities
When I’m learning, I’m vulnerable. Talk to me as a friend. Create
a space I can come live a...
12 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Work Backwards From Success
TIP NO. 5
Work Backwards From Success
Whether you’re teaching me how to program or make a cake, every
learning journey has...
14 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Set Achievable Learning Goals
TIP NO. 6
Set Achievable Learning Goals
Nothing frustrates people trying something new like finding out they have to be ma...
16 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Care About Being
Good At It
PowerPoint 2013 Essential Training:
http://www.lynda.com/Office-tutorials/PowerPoint-2013-Essential-Training/115468-2.html
G...
18 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Have Fun
TIP NO. 8
Have Fun
In my course on working with subject matter experts (SMEs),
I introduce the concept that if you’re havi...
20 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Show R-E-S-P-E-C-T
TIP NO. 9
Show R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Our attention spans are shortening every day, so you’ve got to
get to the point quickly. Joke...
Performance evaluation example: Stice boys:
http://www.lynda.com/Business-Accounting-tutorials/Performance-evaluation-
exa...
23 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Ask For Feedback—And Use It
TIP NO. 10
Ask For Feedback—And Use It
Feedback is a gift often wasted on people who don’t want to
hear it. Don’t be a vic...
25 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
Conclusion
At lynda.com, all of these strategie...
Jolie Miller, PMP®
Director of Business Content
lynda.com at LinkedIn
Jolie Miller, PMP®, is the director of Business Cont...
For 20 years, lynda.com has helped students, leaders, IT and
design pros, project managers—anyone in any role—build
softwa...
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  1. 1. www.lynda.com/industries | enterprisesolutions@lynda.com By Jolie Miller | lynda.com 10 Tips for Instructional Designers HOW WE DO WHAT WE DO
  2. 2. 03 Introduction 05 Tip No. 1: Good Instruction Requires Clear Communication 07 Tip No. 2: Know Thy Audience 10 Tip No. 3: Be Miles Ahead— And By Their Side 12 Tip No. 4: Drop The Formalities 14 Tip No. 5: Work Backwards From Success 16 Tip No. 6: Set Achievable Learning Goals 18 Tip No. 7: Care About Being Good At It 20 Tip No. 8: Have Fun 22 Tip No. 9: Show R-E-S-P-E-C-T 25 Tip No. 10: Ask For Feedback— And Use It 27 Conclusion 28 Author 30 About lynda.com Table of Contents 2 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  3. 3. 3 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Introduction One of the most common questions we get here at lynda.com is: How do you do what you do? While there’s a certain amount of magic that happens on our campus (it’s impressive, I’ll be honest), a lot of our process boils down to simple instructional design principles for teaching adult learners. Whether you’re teaching a friend how to knit, creating online instruction, or just want to be able to better communicate—the 10 tips in this guide don’t disappoint. Teaching Adult Learners: http://www.lynda.com/Education-Higher-Education-tutorials/Instructional-Design- Essentials-Adult-Learners/170070-2.html
  4. 4. 4 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Good Instruction Requires Clear Communication
  5. 5. TIP NO. 1 Good Instruction Requires Clear Communication Great teachers take the complex and re-explain it simply, sharing in the excitement of someone new to the topic. They communicate for others to hear—not for themselves. 5 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Communication Fundamentals: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Communication-Fundamentals/141501-2.html Communication Tips: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Communication-Tips/170778-2.html Effective Listening: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Effective-Listening/176760-2.html
  6. 6. 6 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Know Thy Audience
  7. 7. TIP NO. 2 Know Thy Audience You can’t teach anyone anything until you know who you’re teaching, where they’re at, what they want to learn, and why they want to know it. Some lynda.com authors script their courses with one potential student in mind: someone they know who needs to learn what they’re teaching. In instructional design, learning more about your audience is called a needs analysis. You can also rely on project management and business analysis to build more skills for developing project requirements. These are great crossover skills that can help hone your teaching. 7 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Instructional Design Essentials: Needs Analysis: http://www.lynda.com/Education-Higher-Education-tutorials/Instructional-Design- Essentials-Needs-Analysis/170069-2.html Developing Project Requirements: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Developing-Project-Requirements/168241-2.html
  8. 8. 8 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Be Miles Ahead— And By Their Side
  9. 9. 9 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com TIP NO. 3 Be Miles Ahead—And By Their Side The best teachers master the art of living miles ahead of where they’re teaching—yet are able to be right there beside you when you need help. Because they know so much, they can anticipate pitfalls and successes. Much like a good mentor, good teachers are everywhere (reflected in my decisions and attitudes) and nowhere (not hovering or physically present every time I struggle). Anticipating Questions: http://www.lynda.com/Education-Instructional-Design-tutorials/Anticipating-questions/ 165443/197543-4.html Mentoring Others: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Mentoring-Others/144200-2.html
  10. 10. 10 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Drop The Formalities
  11. 11. TIP NO. 4 Drop The Formalities When I’m learning, I’m vulnerable. Talk to me as a friend. Create a space I can come live and learn in, because when we have that trust and that coziness, we become peers on a journey. That’s a lot better than you telling me what to do. As our communication and leadership author John Ullmen says, “communicate to replicate”—meaning speak to amplify the message you want people to remember, and repeat. 11 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Communicate To Replicate: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/ Communicate-replicate/167027/193633-4.html
  12. 12. 12 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Work Backwards From Success
  13. 13. TIP NO. 5 Work Backwards From Success Whether you’re teaching me how to program or make a cake, every learning journey has a final goal. Start where you want to finish and then work backwards to break down the skills needed to get there. Reverse engineering the end result is like the old editing trick of slowly reading every line backwards aloud to catch typos. New perspective comes from half-speed rearview-mirroring. 13 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  14. 14. 14 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Set Achievable Learning Goals
  15. 15. TIP NO. 6 Set Achievable Learning Goals Nothing frustrates people trying something new like finding out they have to be masters right away. No, that’s not going to work. Instead, build in small successes I can feel good about right away. The sooner you hook me on work, reward, and a new challenge, the quicker I get addicted to the self-confidence and excitement of the next task. After all, a goal isn’t a goal unless you’re going to achieve it. 15 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Achieving Your Goals: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Achieving-Your-Goals/96757-2.html
  16. 16. 16 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Care About Being Good At It
  17. 17. PowerPoint 2013 Essential Training: http://www.lynda.com/Office-tutorials/PowerPoint-2013-Essential-Training/115468-2.html Graphic Design for Business Professionals: http://www.lynda.com/Illustrator-tutorials/Graphic-Design-Business-Professionals/145210-2.html Overcoming Your Fear of Public Speaking: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Skills-tutorials/Overcoming-Your-Fear-Public-Speaking/173885-2.html TIP NO. 7 Care About Being Good At It The secret to most professional endeavors is that you can be good at them if you care about being good at them—whether it’s building products, closing sales, or managing people. Practice and care about how you’re coming across. If you can’t make good graphics for your Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, learn how. If you’re afraid of public speaking, devote yourself to getting over that fear. 17 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  18. 18. 18 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Have Fun
  19. 19. TIP NO. 8 Have Fun In my course on working with subject matter experts (SMEs), I introduce the concept that if you’re having fun creating the learning presentation, it will show in your final product. This is true whether you’re stepping in front of a physical class or delivering it online. Passion and excitement show through across mediums, so put some into yours. Instructional Design Essentials: Working with SMEs: http://www.lynda.com/Education-Instructional-Design-tutorials/ Instructional-Design-Essentials-Working-SMEs/160818-2.html 19 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  20. 20. 20 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Show R-E-S-P-E-C-T
  21. 21. TIP NO. 9 Show R-E-S-P-E-C-T Our attention spans are shortening every day, so you’ve got to get to the point quickly. Jokes and stories are terrific, but you have to teach me as you go through them, not after they’re over. I’m not here because I have to be. This isn’t school; this is my real life, and I’m letting you into part of it. So respect my need to be informed and entertained. 21 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  22. 22. Performance evaluation example: Stice boys: http://www.lynda.com/Business-Accounting-tutorials/Performance-evaluation- example-Stice-boys/158665/176154-4.html Jim Stice: http://www.lynda.com/Jim-Stice/2797663-1.html Jim and Kay Stice do a great job of teaching through stories in their lynda.com accounting and finance courses. One of my favorite examples is when they discuss transportation in Hong Kong. When you’re mindful of my time and attention, I want to give you more of it. 22 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  23. 23. 23 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Ask For Feedback—And Use It
  24. 24. TIP NO. 10 Ask For Feedback—And Use It Feedback is a gift often wasted on people who don’t want to hear it. Don’t be a victim. When in doubt, survey or ask your learners how they’re doing. If you’re designing something they’re learning from asynchronously, get feedback from potential students as you’re developing it. Read comments, respond to questions. Ask how you can improve. After all, the teacher in any one particular setting is often the student in others. 24 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  25. 25. 25 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com Conclusion At lynda.com, all of these strategies significantly influence how we do what we do. I hope you will use them to great success in your own endeavors. To learn more, I invite you to browse our growing library of Instructional Design courses. http://www.lynda.com/Instructional-Design-training-tutorials/1796-0.html
  26. 26. Jolie Miller, PMP® Director of Business Content lynda.com at LinkedIn Jolie Miller, PMP®, is the director of Business Content for lynda.com at LinkedIn, where she works with an awesome team to build leadership, project management, productivity, marketing, and education courses. Over the past seven years, Jolie has helped over 100 authors translate classroom lectures, keynotes, books, and course ideas into interactive online learning spanning the fields of business, health care, K-12 education, career training, and productivity. Prior to joining lynda.com, Jolie managed author and content acquisitions at Education To Go, a division of Cengage Learning, where she developed and launched a new product line of K-12 professional development courses in conjunction with Staff Development for Educators. You can follow Jolie on Twitter @joliemiller or on her blog joliemiller.co. Author 26 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com
  27. 27. For 20 years, lynda.com has helped students, leaders, IT and design pros, project managers—anyone in any role—build software, creative, and business skills. We work with the best instructors. Our production standards are second to none. And with training that is quick to market, we’ve grown our online video-based content library to include thousands of engaging courses. Now a LinkedIn company, lynda.com serves more than 10,000 organizations. With tutorials presented in five languages, lynda.com is a global platform for success. About lynda.com Contact us for lynda.com Enterprise Learning Solutions pricing. US: 1 (888) 335-9632 International: +1 (805) 477-3900 EMEA: +44 (0) 1252 416554 APAC: +61 2 9779 1582 email: enterprisesolutions@lynda.com web: www.lynda.com/industries 27 | 10 Tips for Instructional Designers: How We Do What We Do | lynda.com

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