209 The Power of Experience: AI Tools for Experiential Learning
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET
Tuesday, December 5
Trying to differentiate your training in a world overflowing with content? Looking for alternative learning approaches to challenge individuals and engage teams? Discover how to make your courses stand out by leveraging tech-enabled experiential learning and AI-powered tools.
This session is a must-attend for L&D professionals wrestling with common design and development challenges and looking for ways to make training more fun and effective. You’ll gain a better understanding of how to leverage the power of experiential learning and AI to enhance your training and drive better results for your organization. We’ll discuss the types, trends, and best practices for creating experiential learning programs. We’ll also explore how AI-powered tools can help accelerate the development of your experiential programs and build training that better promotes skills practice.
To bring the concepts to life, you’ll see how eLearning, assessments, and simulations can be generated within minutes. True to form, this session will have experiential elements threaded throughout. You will have the opportunity to connect with peers, exchange ideas, and gain insights from experts in the field.
After the session, our goal is that you will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to revolutionize your training programs with experiential learning.
In this session you will learn:
- How experiential learning and AI-powered tools can revolutionize your training programs and improve the participant experience
- How AI-enabled tools can accelerate content design and development
- The best practices to create engaging, scalable learning experiences that are both effective and fun
- When to use experiential vs. traditional learning methods (and when not to)
- What criteria should be met to be considered great experiential learning
The Regis Company
Mike Vaughan, CEO of The Regis Company, specializes in providing AI-driven tools to accelerate the design and development of business simulations. He is also the chief editor at The Thinking Effect, a platform dedicated to helping L&D professionals learn about and use AI tools to advance their careers. Mike has been at the forefront of educational technology and adult learning for 25 years. He earned a masters in cognitive neuroscience from Middlesex University, London, and degrees in psychology and computer science. Mike spoke at TEDx on the Power of Questions and authored The Thinking Effect and The End of Training.