April Lineup: Networking, Resilience, Book Club, and ID SIG

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 11:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

What do you want from the Instructional Design Special Interest Group?

We're excited that Mary Hoftiezer has volunteered to lead the instructional design special interest group!

What do you want from this group? What topics would you like to discuss? Are you interested in presenting or is there someone you'd recommend?

Share your suggestions with us via this LinkedIn discussion, or you can email Mary directly.

Check out the next ID SIG event, on April 21, here!


You can always check our events calendar to see events as they're added. 

Informal Networking Happy Hour

Friday, April 1 | 4:30-6:30 PM

Lone Tree Brewing Company

Join the ATD RMC as we get together in person to get to know each other (again)! This informal networking event is free and open to all Denver-area talent development professionals.

This event is free for all who wish to attend. Drinks and food are on your own.

Register here.

Workforce Resilience in Times of Adversity

Wednesday, April 6 | 5:00-6:30 PM 

Blake Street Tavern

Learning and development professionals play a vital role in supporting an organization to be "up for the challenge" in challenging times. Explore simple methods for connection, sparking wellbeing conversations and supporting performance under pressure. And have some fun connecting with others along the way. 

This session will contain a mix of science, stories, practical activities, and connection. 

Register here.

Book Club: Write Better Multiple Choice Questions to Assess Learning

Two virtual meetings:
Thursday, April 14 and Thursday, April 28 | 4:30-5:30 PM

This book describes how to write well-written learning objectives that explain what we should assess, and write multiple-choice questions that assess the knowledge and skills in the learning objectives.

It offers many examples, exercises, and job aids to make adoption of these tactics easier. The book is written for anyone who needs to write effective multiple-choice questions to assess important skills.

Join us to discuss! Register here.

Panel Discussion: Party of One or Small Team ID

Thursday, April 21 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Virtual

This panel discussion will focus on how Instructional Designers can create influence, build a sense of community, and promote yourself when you are a party of one ID or part of a very small team. You will develop methods to create influence, and community during this discussion. 

Register here.

Interested in volunteering with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter?

Volunteering with the chapter is an effective and fun way to deepen relationships with other chapter members and contribute to your professional community.

Contact Katie if you're interested.

Your ATDRMC membership includes access to events offered by our partner chapters!

We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! We're including their events on our event calendar.

Go to the Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.

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