Agile ELearning Development
What you'll learn
- Describe the Agile project management methodology
- Identify the difference between ADDIE and Agile
- Discuss Agile Manifesto
- Identify and Agile Principles
- Identify the steps in Successive Approximation Model - SAM 1 and SAM 2
- Describe advantages and disadvantages of the Successive Approximation Model
- Compare between SAM and ADDIE
- Identify the three roles of scrum and describe the responsibilities of the Scrum Master, Product Owner, and the Team
- Identify and apply the steps of the Scrum framework
- Create Product backlog
- Conduct Retrospectives
- Develop agenda for retrospectives
- Write effective user stories
- Identify the difference between epics and user stories
- Write acceptance criteria
- Identify different ways to estimate the size of the user story
- Use the Fibonacci sequence and T-shirt sizes to estimate your user stories
- Describe the agile iterations and best practices for iterative management
- Manage eLearning requirements, change, and risk
- Organize and schedule your eLearning projects using the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
- Conduct sprint and release planning
- Identify mid-sprint events
- Use analytics and reporting in agile development
- Create Burndown charts
- Determine what to do if the team completes less user stories than planned, and what to do if the team completes more user stories than planned
- Create the Product Backlog
- Identify backlog requirements
- Follow the Kanban process
- Describe how to approach testing
- Identify important items to test
- Describe the types of eLearning testing
- Follow the steps for User Acceptance testing
- Identify and apply the definition of Done to your agile projects to ensure continuous delivery
- Identify the most popular agile tools available on the market and select the tool that meets your unique needs
- Manage your projects using the agile process
- There are no prerequisites for this course. Just come ready to learn about designing eLearning courses the agile way!
The Agile ELearning Development: How to create awesome eLearning courses using the Agile methodology course covers everything instructional designers and eLearning professionals need to know about developing courses the Agile way! The course will introduce you to the Agile methodology and compare it to the traditional ADDIE model.
You'll learn about the agile teams and their roles and responsibilities. In addition, the course will teach you how to write and estimate user stories, how to write acceptance criteria, and how to manage change and risk. You'll also be introduced to Scrum and Kanban.
Lastly, you'll learn about the Agile testing and the tools that can help an eLearning organization become Agile-ready. This course is your guide to the Agile eLearning development and project management.
To guide you along the way, there are thought-provoking questions that should help you understand your current process, how you can change it, and what steps you can take to make your eLearning projects more agile.
Who this course is for:
- Instructional designers and eLearning professionals who want to use the agile methodology to create courses
- Training managers who want to achieve higher customer satisfaction, improved performance among team members, reduced risk of project failure, and better project quality.
- Project managers who manage eLearning projects
Marina Arshavskiy is a multi- award-winning instructional design and eLearning expert who helps people put their knowledge into a powerful, instructionally sound eLearning courses and transform complex ideas into easy to follow step-by-step processes.
In 2021, Marina received the Top 100 Leaders in Education Award from GFEL.
Through her totally-actionable blog posts, newsletters, and courses, she’s here to help you create engaging eLearning solutions while applying current best practices, current theories, and actionable strategies to the practice of instructional design.
Her work has been featured in T&D magazine, ELearning Industry, Training Magazine, California Management Review, EI Design, SHRM, and more.