Category Archives: elearning

What Different Student Behavior May be telling us

Just recently I had an encounter with a 14 year old special needs student who opted to spend the first 15 minutes of classroom time sulking through a project which he seemed to have no interest in.  After several attempts … Continue reading

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Finding mutual pathways for a Multi Gen workplace

Just recently I had the opportunity to volunteer at a large non-profit agency in Atlanta where a diverse team of employees came together (at short notice) to rescue parrots that were in a state of neglect by a pet lover … Continue reading

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Technology at the speed of light…. but where will it take us?

The world of technology and robotics continue to astound me.  Before 2016 closes, there’ll be Apple’s I-phone 7. Maybe another one that dispenses medication or selects our evening entertainment is also in the making. These notions may not be so … Continue reading

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To share or not share ….who’s guilty?

We seem to be always ‘holding court’ these days whenever the issue of teenagers and internet privacy come up. Let’s take some incidents in the recent past: one teen whose naked photos sent to her boyfriend lover went viral after … Continue reading

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Learning on the Go!

According to the statistics portal, Statista, there’ll be 2.13 billion social network users worldwide by 2016! The population will reach just over 7 billion (according to http://www.geoba.se/population/com) and there’ll be over 8 billion mobile devices by then! These incredible statistics … Continue reading

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Designing learning with users in mind

Ever been to a training where the facilitator is fixated on telling stories that he hopes connects to the training but it really doesn’t? Too many times as trainers and facilitators, we forget who our real audience is – busy … Continue reading

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Marriage of Learner Interface Design and Coaching!

One of the principles in learner interface design (LID) I was reading about recently is called CEO: Connect, Empower and Orchestrate which I think can also be a useful way to describe coaching. One of the most powerful things any … Continue reading

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