Tag: Instructional design

Getting to Know Roundtable: Employee Spotlight

This week, we sat down with Roundtable’s Anne Blum to talk about her role, learning & development (L&D), and industry trends she finds interesting.    What does your title mean? What do you do for Roundtable? As…

3 Ways To Design Effective Training With The 70/20/10 Model

The 70/20/10 model states that employees learn best by doing. This model is a useful tool for instructional designers and facilitators looking to utilize effective learning activities in their training program.  The model may seem simple, but…

The Ultimate Guide To The 4 Phases Of Onboarding

Without a structured onboarding program, organizations lose 25% of new employees within a year.  There’s no doubt that onboarding can benefit an organization, but how can you ensure that your onboarding program is effective? At Roundtable Learning,…

What is the ADDIE Model? Less Than 100 Words

Ready to learn more about the ADDIE Model? Let’s dive into each of its five phases, and the strengths and weaknesses of the model.  What is ADDIE? ADDIE is a well-known instructional design model used by instructional…

What is the 70:20:10 Model? Less Than 100 Words

What is the 70:20:10 Model? The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development is a commonly used formula within the training profession. The model suggests that 70% of the average person’s knowledge is obtained by doing on-the-job experiences,…

What are Learning Objectives? Less Than 100 Words

Why are Learning Objectives Important? Clear learning objectives give structure to training development. Instructional designers can keep them top of mind throughout each phase, helping the project stay on track. Additionally, you can share the learning objectives…

VILT: 8 Ways To Make The Most Of It For Your Learners

When you gather learners for virtual instructor-led training (VILT), you can’t control their environment as you can in instructor-led training (ILT). They’ll encounter distractions in their remote locations that you simply can’t do anything about, which makes…