There’s a time and a place for lecture or broadcast for communicating information, but we also know that they can be lower-efficacy means of adult learning. So what do you do when you are very much concerned for the learning outcomes of your audience?
Think about how written music works. Looking at something on a piece of paper is a FAR cry from real music, right? So what do composers and arrangers do?
Today's guest post is from Mike Hodkinson in London (contact info below). Mike was one of the book winners at a recent webinar I delivered about storytelling in the virtual classroom, and he followed up with an email about how he uses simple story to illuminate Excel training. I asked his permission to share what he sent…hope you enjoy the English accent, too. :)
Odd, but true...it's the third annual survey of usage of web conferencing in Australia and New Zealand.
Hello Roger and thank you for an awesome presentation. I’ve heard you present before and believe you have improved, if I must honestly say so (although I thought you were awesome before). :-) I did submit a question that could not get answered during or after the presentation that I would appreciate if you could offer some suggestions.