How do you design for behaviour change?

It’s an exciting week on The GoodPractice Podcast as Cathy Moore joins Ross Garner and James McLuckie to explore her ‘action mapping’ technique.

Action mapping is an outcomes-focused approach to behaviour change that we use at the start of every project. It was a real thrill to discuss it in detail (and check that we were doing it right!).

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Show notes

Cathy is speaking at the OEB conference later this year if you want to hear from her in person. Find out more at: https://oeb.global/

She blogs at blog.cathy-moore.com

The assessment concept Ross discussed, ‘consequential validity’, is covered here: Boud, D. (1995). ‘Assessment and learning: contradictory or complementary‘. In: Knight, P. ed. Assessment for Learning in Higher Education. London: Kogan Page/SEDA. pp. 35-48.

Yes, Ross is back at uni, so look forward to another 10 weeks of academic references.

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