PORTFOLIO: Sexual Harassment & Child Abuse Prevention
My Solution: I organized the information into manageable sections and created a series of visually stimulating presentations and interactive images followed by discussion activities and knowledge checks. The format works well with both in-person and online environments.
In order to track learners and their progress through the training, the online version is housed in a learning management system. This particular LMS features a clean and simple interface, which lends itself to learners who have little experience in online learning.
The Challenge: In order to comply with national mandates. the client, a church, needed to train all staff and volunteers how to recognize and prevent sexual harassment and child abuse and neglect. The existing training was out-of-date, unorganized, and 100% text-based. The large amount of information had to be organized and presented in a manner that optimized learner understanding and retention. The online version of the training needed to be accessible to learners with varying levels of computer skill.
Why This Training Works
- Information is presented in easy-to-process chunks.
- Interactive elements such as the Thinklink image (right) keep the learner engaged. Interactivity also gives learners a measure of control over the information.
- Discussion areas help learners process information by sharing their own insights and stories, which is important when dealing with sensitive or unsettling material.
- The LMS allowed supervisors to easily monitor training participation.
Try out this interactive image! Click on the numbers.
- Haiku Deck (web-based presentation app)
- OpenLearning LMS
- Snagit (image capture & screen recording)
- PicMonkey (web-based image editor)
- Adobe Premiere Elements 13
- ThingLink (web-based interactive image/video creation app)