Alice MacGillivray presenting at CSTD

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Associate faculty member Alice MacGillivray will facilitate a half-day workshop at the Canadian Society for Training & Development (CSTD) annual conference in Toronto runing Nov. 12-14, drawing on her experience with problem-based learning in graduate level formal education and with public and private sector clients. CSTD members are usually very skilled with ADDIE-based design, so this may be a combination of uncomfortable and inspirational for workshop participants. The theme of this year's conference is Connect, Collaborate and Transform. MacGillivray incorporates those themes as follows:

•CONNECT with colleagues who are ready to re-think designs for learning in complex and unpredictable environments;
•COLLABORATE  to understand how problem-based learning (PBL) can enable multi-layered benefits in such environments;
•TRANSFORM and broaden your organizations' thinking about instructional design and situated learning for complex challenges.