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June 2017 Monthly Workshop - Cafeteria Style Learning for Adults

  • 17 Jun 2017
  • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Drexel University - Gerri C, LeBow Hall - College of Business 3220 Market Street, Philadelphia PA 19104, room 108

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NOTE: This session sold out for ATD ICE 2017 - so you'll get the same experience for a much cheaper price! Join us as Jillian present live to us from the West Coast!


Cafeteria style learning is an approach to learning that allows instructional designers (chefs) to apply content (ingredients) to a variety of interchangeable activities (recipes), resulting in an informal classroom workshop in which each learner builds a customized learning experience (meal). It's the answer to passive, choiceless training that has become the norm. You want to see learners light up, not shut down. You want learners to choose from a cornucopia of learning experiences, rather than being force-fed learning. You want to see your company reap the benefits of well-executed training programs rather than grumble about their ineffectiveness. You want to transform workplace learning for the better. Join us in this session to learn how.

Application on the Job:

  • Identify research on how the brain learns best. 
  • Explain why moving around a room and learning experientially is so much more powerful than sitting in your seat. 
  • Discuss how choice enhances the learning process. 
  • Identify the components of a cafeteria style learning session.



Jillian Douglas is co-founder and chief experience officer at Idea Learning Group. Jillian and her team transform workplace learning by providing clients with creative, engaging, and custom learning experiences.

With more than 20 years of experience in adult education, Jillian has a passion for conceptualizing and delivering operational, managerial, and leadership-focused employee development programs. She also facilitates classroom learning and conducts speaking engagements on a wide variety of topics related to adult learning and development. 

Jillian is the co-author of Let them Choose: Cafeteria Learning Style for Adults.


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