Last week I blogged a little piece on the power of inviting a human being into a learning or doing experience. The human side of it. Today I finally read the post from Ryan Tracey that a number of folks have mentioned, Collateral damage | E-Learning Provocateur. Ryan, after acknowledging the lack of evidence that […]
Well, this seems to be a fitting follow up to my last blog post. Amabile: I believe it’s important for leaders to understand the power of ordinary practices. Seemingly ordinary, trivial, mundane, day-by-day things that leaders do and say can have an enormous impact. My guess is that a lot of leaders have very little […]
Johnnie Moore pointed to an interesting article on why checklists don’t always produce the kind of positive results expected in hospital operating rooms. I remember a few years back when I had major surgery. I had been rolled into the operating room. I was looking around and I commented on the team’s use of a […]
Many years ago at a #KM4Dev community meeting, Carl Jackson coined the word “confusiasm,” a combination of confusion and enthusiasm. This has become a way of being for me. We used this concept at the University of Guadalajara Diplomate program on mobile tech for engagement.
Use visuals for engagement, learning, and meaning making offline and online.
Simple rules to unleash and engage everyone in learning, online and offline. Or even staff meetings!
Learner, facilitator, gardener, visual experimenter, grandmother, chocoholic. I’m good at falling down and bouncing back up again