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Employing Instructional Design (ID) in Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT)

  • November 10, 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Meeting
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  • All ATD Memphis members, SHRM Memphis members, guests, and anyone interested in joining ATD & SHRM are welcome to attend. Basically, anyone interested in bettering themselves and the world of talent development.

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ERT Needs ID Stat!


Employing Instructional Design (ID)
in Emergency Remote Teaching (ERT) with Dr. Zelphia Brown, EdD, SPHR




Join us on Zoom
November 10, 2020
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Register at tdmemphis.org


Summary

Many organizations quickly moved in person training to an on-line venue without the usual planning and design. By using design principles, they can retain the effectiveness of their training. Join us for a webinar presented by Dr. Zelphia Brown , who makes clear the definitions and difference between ERT and on-line training,

Introduction to ERT

Remote training continues to be a pervasive topic. COVID-19 forced many organizations to abruptly implement a remote training model with no lead time and almost no preparation.

This temporary shift has created an emergency remote teaching (ERT) situation...instruction that was not originally designed to be delivered online and will return to its original instructional delivery format once the crisis ends has been adapted to be compatible with an online environment.

However, even in a crisis situation, instructional design should not be neglected. The design process impacts the quality of the instruction and increases the probability of achieving desired learning outcomes. Failure to do so could make instructional activities wholly ineffective and lead to critical knowledge and skill gaps within your organization.

Further, to the dismay of professionals who understand the level of planning and design present in online teaching and often absent from emergency remote teaching, the terms are being used interchangeably.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

Why the terms emergency remote teaching and online learning are not interchangeable, the striking differences between them, the necessity of utilizing instructional design, and ways instructional design principles can be used to make the most of your emergency remote teaching experiences.

Biography of Zelphia A. Brown, EdD, SPHR:

Dr. Zelphia A. Brown, SPHR is a skilled educator, administrator, and human resources professional.

Dr. Brown has 17 years of experience teaching adult learners, 10 years as an academic leadership administrator, 13 years as an online instructor, 15 years of instructional design experience, and 13 years of solid human resources experience.

Dr. Brown is a dynamic member of the Memphis Light, Gas, and Water (MLGW) University team where she serves as a Training Development Specialist utilizing her engaging teaching talents and instructional design skills to develop and deliver specialized training that support the organization’s vision and initiatives.

Prior to joining the MLGW family, Dr. Brown worked for other universities including Strayer University where she helped establish thriving campuses and online course offerings. Also, she has contributed her instructional design and teaching talents to The University of Memphis and University of Tennessee Health Science Center.

A certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Dr. Brown taught various Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) Professional in Human Resources (PHR)/Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) Examination Preparatory Course Modules for the University of Memphis Continuing Education Program for five years. She has shared her human resources acumen as an independent  consultant and as an employee with organizations such as Accredo Health and FedEx Ground.

Dr. Brown earned a doctoral degree in Adult Education (EdD) from the University of Memphis, a master’s degree (MBA) from Arkansas State University, and a bachelor’s degree (BBA) from the University of Memphis.  

Dr. Brown is dedicated to assisting individuals and organizations achieve excellence in ways that support teamwork and integrity.

The link to the Zoom meeting will be provided in your registration email. 

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