Instructor: Barbara Bucklin

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Barbara Bucklin is a global learning and performance improvement leader with 20 years experience. She collaborates with her clients to identify performance gaps and recommend solutions that are directly aligned with their core business strategies. She oversees design and development processes for learning (live and virtual), performance-support tools, performance metrics and a host of innovative blended solutions.

Dr. Bucklin serves as president and is on the Board of Directors of the Organizational Behavior Management Network. She has taught university courses in human performance technology, the psychology of learning, organizational behavior management and statistical methods. Her research articles have appeared in Performance Improvement Quarterly and the Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. She presents her research and consulting results at international conventions such as the Association for Talent Development, International Society for Performance Improvement and Training Magazine's Conference and Expo and the Organizational Behavior Management Network.

Classes by this instructor

Behavioral Approaches for Designing Instruction
BEHAVIORAL APPROACHES FOR DESIGNING INSTRUCTION - BEHP1212 Describes the history and behavioral roots of instructional design, beginning with B.F. Skinner. Uses history as a foundation to provide key principles for effective instructional design that lead to application and retention of the instructional concepts in corporate settings. Provides practical advice for measuring and sustaining newly trained skills.

July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022