804 Ignite Professional Development with Mobile Learning
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Wednesday, June 21
Management and Strategy
Professional development generally means taking time away from your work to go and learn a concept, then return to your team, who may have a “What are you going to make us do now?” attitude. Take a moment to think “what if.” What if professional development were delivered where and when it was important to you? What if you did not have to leave your team to participate in behavior-based professional development? What if your professional development created greater cohesion within your team? What if your professional development were focused directly on issues and content that were meaningful to you and your team?
This session will explore methods of creating mobile professional development that produces greater team cohesion, changes behavior, and allows participants to engage in the development process while they remain on the job with their team. You’ll learn how mobile learning gives participants the unprecedented ability to gain new perspectives and connect with their team in a meaningful way while engaged in the professional development process. Finally, you’ll learn the findings from a recent study and real-time implementation of these strategies.
In this session, you will learn:
- About mobile professional development strategies to create greater team cohesion
- About learning strategies that have the greatest effect with mobile professional development
- How to determine the right amount of content to deliver for the greatest effect on a mobile device
Novice to intermediate designers, developers, and managers.
discussed in this session:
Flipgrid, HapYak, the Adobe suite, and Google Drive.
Director of eLearning Operations
Los Angeles Pacific University
George Hanshaw is a performance consultant and director of elearning operations at Los Angeles Pacific University. Expanding the levels of human performance is his passion. He uses evidence based assessments and development strategies to drive human potential. George puts his doctorate of psychology to good use by continually researching and testing ways to better reach our busy learners. His ability to integrate and use technology in the learning process is key to being able to scale learning opportunities that are effective and evidence based. His goal is to eradicate boring training and learning.