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Learning Experience Design (LXD)

Do you want to set your organization apart from your competitors and position your learners for success in the 21st century?

If so, you’ll need to make LXD a top priority!

A creative process that uses a blend of learning science, user experience design, and design thinking, LXD helps learners gain knowledge and develop skills to apply in the real world.

How Can Learners Succeed in 21st Century?

Positioning learners for success in our increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (known as the VUCA world) requires developing higher-order thinking skills. Such skills have three main attributes:

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TRANSFER

To apply skills to situations outside of the learning environment.
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CRITICAL THINKING

To exercise wise judgment and produce a reasoned critique.

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PROBLEM-SOLVING

To analyze information, evaluate options and develop solutions.

Developing higher-order thinking skills requires learners to place a premium on applying what they learn. An effective learning environment should balance theory and practice while providing learners opportunities to reflect on and apply new knowledge to real-world problems. Our goal is to design effective learning environments that help faculty/teachers and learners achieve such a balance.

What are the Key Components of LXD?

The key components of LXD that attract and engage your learners and set your organization apart from competition are:

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LEARNER PROFILE

Building a portrait of the learner that addresses the following: Who the learner is? What are their roles, goals, and aspirations? Why are they interested in the learning experience being offered?

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

Defining the understanding and performance goals of the learning experience that answers the following: What do the learners need to understand and what should they be able to do after completing the learning experience? What skills, knowledge and attitudes (SKAs) taught in the course?

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ASSESSMENT DESIGN

A mechanism for evaluating and reinforcing the schematic of the learning experience by addressing the following: How will learning outcomes be measured? What will the learners do with the content during and beyond the course?

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LEARNING MAP

An exercise that produces a visual representation of the learner’s journey consisting of highlights of relevant pre-existing knowledge and misconceptions, the road to acquisition of new knowledge and skills, and application of acquired learning to address real world problems.

We enable learners to realize their full potential and help you maximize your Return on Investment (ROI).