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WEBINAR: Level-Up - Moving from Instructional Design to Learning Experience Design Using Agile

February 19, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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ISPI MI Webinar


Agile design must be instructional solution neutral and based on a credo that fosters human performance improvement over instructional methods and solutions; promotes cross-functional teams that add value to the organizational goals/performance; and fosters collaboration among designer, performers, stakeholders, and SME's over working in silos. Participants benefit from the session by learning how to reverse engineer the agile instructional design process by using a rapid performance analysis that quickly pinpoints and confirms the performance problem(s). 

In this webinar, you will learn to realign with an Agile credo that fits with HPT and infuse HPT methods within Agile cycles. Understand the differences between agile and addie, and how user experience translates/relates to human performance. Learn a proven method - the Transformative HPT Process - which can help your learning development team become more agile.

For a preview of information shared in this webinar and for more background on this innovative concept, read a blog from our presenter, Sue Czeropki, here. Both presenters have shared their experience and knowledge in various learning events such as ISPI's 2018 Symposium and DevLearn.

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Note: This meeting will be held as a WEBINAR. Upon registration, and the week of this event, you will recieve a meeting link to join the webinar.

Member - $10.00

Non-member - $15.00

About These Speakers


Chief Learning Strategist

Performance Instruction

Sue Czeropski, a chief learning strategist at Performance Instruction, has over 30 years of experience in the training, development, and HPT arena. She is a PhD, a CPT, the 2016 president of the ISPI Bay Area Boise State University chapter, and former president of the Capella University chapter. Sue has presented at the ISPI annual conference and the CCCAOE (California Community College Association for Occupational Education) Conference and has published articles in the HPT field—in ISPI PIJ, Quality Progress, Training & Develop, and Training. Sue possesses expertise in the entire learning cycle, from conducting needs assessment to measuring ROI.





Chief Learning Strategist/Professor Graphic Design & Multimedia

Performance Instruction/Mission College

Curtis Pembrook is a graphic design and multimedia instructor at Mission College and a chief learning strategist at Performance Instruction. Curtis is an active member of the ISPI Bay Area chapter. He has also designed and developed eLearning for California Virtual Campus (CVC4), Mission College Workplace Learning, Cabrillo College Nursing, California Economic and Workforce Development, Valin, Hospira, ATAC, and the Federal Aviation Administration. Curtis loves reading about and applying evidence-based research to the design and development of engaging learning experiences. He holds an MEd and is currently pursuing a doctorate in education with emphasis on media studies at Fielding Graduate University.

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