Weaving Narrative into Instruction

How did you learn not to talk to strangers as a kid? Was Little Red Riding Hood part of that?

What about how to be kind? Did you need a step by step walk through via Powerpoint? I bet not.

And when your mom told you a story about the time she burned her hand on the stove, did you need to touch it to see if you believed her? You probably just avoided touching it (although, some of us are rebellious).

Much of what we learn outside the formal training arena is through stories, like fables, screenplays, novels, and anecdotes.

Stories engage us while enabling us to practice empathy, and they put us in the frame of mind to be open to learning new things.

In this brief 90-minute workshop, you'll learn how to write stories that compel people to learn. We'll talk about how to deliver those stories through eLearning. And of course, we'll practice those new skills as a group.

The live event will be held on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST.

Ready to write stories that engage learners?

What Will You Get?

With your purchase of Storytelling for eLearning, you'll get everything you need to start writing narratives that drive learning.

  • Access to the live online event

  • A course workbook, full of simple strategies for success

  • Ability to connect with like-minded professionals on the course discussion board

  • Your questions answered during live Q & A with me, Nicole Papaioannou Lugara

  • A toolkit of strategies and skills that will advance your career

Countdown to the Live Workshop

Mark your calendar! Wed, May 13, 2020 @ 7 pm EST

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Your Workshop Host

Owner of Your Instructional Designer

Nicole Papaioannou Lugara

I am the founder of Your Instructional Designer LLC and an instructional design consultant. Through custom learning solutions and content development, I enable my clients to improve employee performance and customer satisfaction. I have a Ph.D. in English from St. John's University (Queens, NY), where I focused my research on student engagement, transfer of learning, and writing across contexts. I love what I do, and I would love to help you.

Better training. Better business.

It's that simple. Snag a spot before the workshop is full!