I believe that examining narratives that have settled in over time is a good thing on many levels. What have you learned about changing narratives from your adult education experience?
A recent "failure" at explaining design thinking sent me in search of key distinguishing characteristics of a design mindset. Here are three.
I think Seth Godin nails it most of the time on his blog. So much so that some days I wonder if he's been following me around watching me slog through resistance (internal and external) to ship an instructional design product to a client. I saved one post from June 22, 2017 for just this... Continue Reading →
Continuing down the learning path about successful use of Virtual Reality in adult education, three stepping stones have emerged...
While statements like "it's an unavoidable part of our future" tend to pull for the "Oh yeah, how do you know?!" rebel/Luddite in me, the topic of Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality is now firmly on my radar and I am motivated to learn more. Interested in starting the journey with me?
The fifth tip in our series on Making Learning Stick presents new ways of doing things that upend the hierarchy in your relationship with your learners . Are you up for the challenge of training that way?
Moving on to tip #3 , we arrive at: Provide interaction to increase capability. How do you "do" capability?