We introduced the concept of Learner Experience Design (LXD) within ELT back in 2016. Since then, we’ve continued to develop it, and it now forms the bedrock of most of the work we do with our clients in the design and development of learning products. At our recent InnovateEdTech conference in London, we took the opportunity to ask some of the delegates and speakers what Learner Experience Design means to them. Here, we share some of their fascinating responses – both from within ELT and beyond.
Over the last six months we have partnered with Enrol Yourself to run three LXD Meetups in different places in London. In organising these events, we’ve realised how much more there is to know about LXD and how helpful it is to share experiences and ideas with others in the group. This post looks at five of the key things we’ve learned already and invites you to join us for the next one.
It’s just over a week until this year’s edition of our InnovateELT conference in Barcelona and we’re busy getting the final bits and pieces sorted for the event. After last year’s focus on the teacher, we wanted this year to place the learner at the centre of the sessions and conversations at the conference. Take a look at what we’ve got in store!
During last week’s IATEFL conference, we put on a joint event with Cambridge English Language Assessment. The theme of the night was learner-centred innovation and what that means (or could mean) for ELT. We really wanted to include a range of perspectives on the topic and to share ideas on how it was being interpreted and applied across the industry. As such, we lined up a panel of speakers that would cover a range of voices, vocations and experiences. Here’s how it went …