“SMACK THE LEARNER ON THE FACE” – Learning from failures – best learning ever

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Synthesis Allowing learners to fail or realize the possibility of failures enable them to earnestly pursue learning as they analyze, think through or contemplate on the circumstance and discover learning points that help them arrive at solutions and/or behavioral changes.…

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“Learners Don’t Know What They Don’t Know”

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Synthesis:  Leaders/trainers tend to assume that learners lack knowledge and therefore it is imperative that they must be taught everything.  To the surprise of non-believers, learners are able to discover learning on their own if they are allowed to. __________________________________________________________________________  …

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Sparks Learning Design – Igniting Learners to Think; Washing Hands Vignettes

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Roger Schank , author of “Tell Me a Story” says People’s brain have incomplete stories and the brain wants to complete stories, hence, it is always story searching, making, sorting, creating, matching, adding, etc. Jürgen Schmidhuber also essays a similar…

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eLearning Micro-Scenario – What to Do When Employees Pump Up Resumes

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Here’s another dose of our weekly vignette, free, as always, for you to use. These vignettes are short, real- life depictions that learners can readily relate to. Vignettes are proven effective and worthy additions to your learning programs. They not…

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