STRS204 Capturing Peer-to-Peer Content & Scaling It
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM Thursday, October 24
Expo Hall: Strategic Solutions Stage
Learning from a peer is a powerful tool and most learner populations are very receptive to hearing best practices. Peer-to-peer learning is very personalized and direct, which allows for instant implementation. This type of strategy works very well in small group settings, but due to its personal nature, it is extremely difficult to scale. How can you create a curriculum that allows for this wonderful, small-scale interaction to be delivered at scale?
In this session, you will learn how to create an effective peer-to-peer learning strategy. You can leverage tools that you currently utilize today—webinar delivery tools, video microlearning, or in-person workshops. You will even participate in an activity during the workshop. You'll leave this session armed with an arsenal of tactics that will enable you to scale peer-to-peer learning in your organization.
In this session, you will learn:
- Strategies for scaling peer-to-peer learning
- How to leverage existing tools for delivery
- A framework to approach the design of peer-to-peer content
- How to identify experts that could assist with the content creation
Designers, developers, managers
Video, webinar, ILT
Director of Talent and People Analytics
Edward Brice is the director of talent and people analytics within the data, discovery, and decision science team at Allstate Insurance Company. He is responsible for deepening the digital mindset of the organization through a hybrid learning strategy, as well as the active management of the data science talent pipeline. Prior to this role, he served as the director of education strategy and operations for the Agency Sales organization, where he was responsible for the onboarding and continuing education for all producer distribution models.¬†Edward began his career as a high school math teacher as a part of Teach For America in Chicago. He spent some time in operations at Sears Holdings before joining the Integrated Learning team. He holds an MBA from University of Chicago-Booth School of Business, a MAT in secondary education from Dominican University and a BS from Morehouse College with a dual concentration in mathematics and economics.