From the monthly archives:

May 2012

TLW 89 Prework!

by Robin Lindbeck on May 31, 2012

instructional design pre-work

 

 

 

Topic: Pre-work: Setting it up and getting it done

 

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Tip of the Week:

As you prepare to facilitate–especially if it is a new class–think through what you can do to speed up and slow down various sections of the class to manage the pace without compromising the learning!

 

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TLW 88 Learning and Doing…What Do You REALLY think?

by Robin Lindbeck on May 24, 2012

learn do training facilitation

 

 

 

 

Topic: Learning & Doing

 

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Tip of the Week:

Consider having students take an active role in presenting course content to you and their fellow students!

 

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TLW 87: Start Something (Invocation for Beginning)

May 17, 2012

      Topic: Start Something (aka Beginnings) Ze Frank’s Invocation for Beginning (video, 3m, NOTE: includes a few curse words) Articles for this Week: Four Great TED Videos About Creativity (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning blog) Engineering Work-Life Integration (ELSUA blog) Culture Clashes (Human Resouces Executive Online via ASTD Buzz) Five Steps to Assess […]

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TLW 86: Get Creative…Now!

May 5, 2012

          Topic: How to Get Your Creativity On Where Are Your Seeds of Creativity (Christopher Penn) John Cleese’s classic talk on How to be Creative (video, 40m) or if you’re pressed for time, here is an excerpt from Cleese’s talk where he discusses “the 5 conditions that you can arrange to […]

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