2016 National Registry Summit - Agenda
Monday, September 12, 2016
Pre-Conference Workshop: Registry 101
Kathryn Turner, National Registry Administrator
Lindsay Lane, National Registry Administrator
This workshop will provide an overview of the Registry and details on the more significant processes of the Registry: the initial and additional delivery method applications; the renewal process; and the desk audit process. The workshop will describe the instructional delivery standards and focus on the significant aspects of development, presentation, measurement and reporting of each method. The workshop will also highlight the obstacles to compliance with the Registry and the CPE standards, so that preventative procedures can be put in place. This workshop is intended for new sponsors and individuals who are new to their role in responsibility for Registry sponsorship.
Pre-Conference Workshop: QAS Self Study Preliminary Instructional Design Review Process
Ashlee Baker, Instructional Design/Registry Supervisor
Amanda McGregor, Instructional Design Administrator
Johnny Owsley, Instructional Design Administrator
This workshop will assist those sponsors considering applying for the QAS Self Study delivery method. Our instructional design administrators will walk you through each step of the preliminary instructional design review process. The workshop will include specific information regarding what is reviewed and how to avoid common pitfalls. Please come with questions and take this opportunity to walk away with helpful hints for developing QAS self study programs.
No planned evening activity. Opportunity to meet up with your network of colleagues and enjoy the restaurants in the Tampa area.
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Michael Bryant, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
MiniSims: All the Reality You Need in Under Fifteen Minutes
Ed Muzio, CEO at Group Harmonics
Experiential learning is a holy grail. If we could just create “actual reality” in our sessions, we would convert abstract instruction to live coaching and be assured of participants leaving with the intended information and behavior changes already underway! But budgetary, logistical and time constraints make it nearly impossible for us to simulate the full scale rendition of reality we desire.
The good news is, you don’t have to simulate EVERYTHING to simulate SOMETHING – so let less be more! Valuable, targeted experiential learning requires nothing more than a color printer, pair of scissors and fifteen minutes of participants’ time.
Award-winning author/designer, Ed Muzio, demonstrates some of the simple mini-simulations he uses for such complex ends as changing enterprise culture in global organizations. As the session progresses, you’ll consider your own training needs, and develop plans and strategies to put MiniSims to work for you.
The New Video Literacy: On-Camera Presentation Skills for Instructional Video
Diana Howles, Owner and President at Howles Associates, LLC
Presenting on camera is unnatural for most people. Staring into a camera lens can be very intimidating, even for trainers and subject matter experts. Yet with the increased affordability and accessibility of handheld quality video tools, more instructional opportunities for presenting on-camera have emerged.
Diana Howles is owner and president of Howles Associates LLC. She is an award-winning speaker with expertise in all aspects of camera work, presentations and multimedia design and production. Diana’s presentation will provide design principles for video, how to write video scripts, the optimal video length, where to position the presenter on camera and how to minimize distractions for the viewers.
You will learn techniques for improving your on-camera presence and practice them. You will leave knowing how to apply these tips and strategies to create effective video presentations for learning back on the job.
Tour of NASBAregistry.org
Jessica Luttrull, Associate Director, National Registry
Implementing the Revised CPE Standards
Jessica Luttrull, Associate Director-National Registry
In this session, Jessica Luttrull will provide guidance and tips for implementing changes in the revised CPE Standards including the new definitions of group live and group Internet based delivery methods, elements of engagement for the group live delivery method, measuring CPE credits by instructional delivery method and documentation requirements. This session will also provide guidance on the implementation of the revised fields of study and the implementation dates.
Think Inside the Box: Creativity Within Constraints
David Kwong, Illusionist and Puzzle Expert
Though it may seem counterintuitive, most people are at their most creative when they innovate within a given set of boundaries. How can you tell a clever story while obeying the construction rules of a crossword puzzle, the sensitive angles of a stage illusion, or the constraints of a learning program? In this fascinating keynote, David Kwong, a master of working within the lines, explains how constraints give us the freedom to create. You will discover why we are at our most innovative when we design a new form for something familiar and subsequently express it in a novel and compelling way. Through demonstrations of groundbreaking puzzles and illusions you will explore an inspiring new method of problem solving and learn how we obtain and retain information.
Day 1 Closing Remarks
Connections and Cocktails
Wednesday, september 14, 2016
Requirements and Application Process of Nano Learning and Blended Learning
Jessica Luttrull, Associate Director, National Registry
In this session, Jessica Luttrull will provide guidance on the requirements and application process to the National Registry for the new instructional delivery methods introduced in the revised CPE Standards – nano learning and blended learning.
Triple Blended Learning
Hans de Graaf, Founder at Brain Tweaker
People can forget up to 90 percent of what they learned after a learning session. Blended learning helps fight the forgetting curve, but only to a certain point. Scientific studies show that spacing content over time, preferably in small, bite-sized chunks, is the most effective way to delay the process of forgetting.
In this session, Hans de Graaf, founder at Brain Tweaker and an online learning and video expert for the Dutch Knowledge Center for Online Learning, will provide techniques for fighting and beating the forgetting curve with short interactive videos that contain quizzes, buttons and links. Participants will experience first-hand those principles during the session.
Brain Performance Matters: Leveraging Neuroscience to Design Learning that Impacts Performance
Claire Herring, Co-Creator of Blue Ocean Brain
Claire Herring, Co-Creator of Blue Ocean Brain, is a human capital performance expert. Blue Ocean Brain is a pioneer in the field of micro-learning – providing customizable micro-learning wrapped around brain performance challenges, served up daily. When it comes to learning, your brain is driving the ship. Research shows that smaller learning experiences spaced over time yields better results. Multi-sensory experiences improve retention.
In this session, you will gain insights into how to curate content for smaller learning experiences and experience the innovation of Blue Ocean Brain.
Summit Closing Remarks