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Training Games: Simple and Effective Techniques to Engage and Motivate Learners

By  Steve Sugar, Jennifer Whitcomb

Training Games: Simple and Effective Techniques to Engage and Motivate Learners

A training environment dominated by keenly focused and engaged learners is the most reliable predictor of a successful event. Learners take more performance-enhancing information back to their jobs, and these benefits ultimately impact the most important measure of all—the bottom line. So how do you create this potent environment? One of the most reliable tools to begin building this effective environment is through the use of classroom games. Training Games provides all the practical, step-by-step advice needed to become a confident user of these powerful training and lecture tools.


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Steve Sugar
Steve Sugar is a popular presenter at both public and corporate conferences and events. He has helped thousands of learners experience classroom topics in a more meaningful way. His games are featured in dozens of books and journals. He is on the business management faculty at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is the author or co-author of four popular books on games, including Games That Teach Teams, Games That Boost Performance, Primary Games,
and Games That Teach.
Jennifer Whitcomb
Jennifer Whitcomb has helped more than 3,500 new and practiced trainers enhance their instructional design and facilitation skills by implementing performance-based, learner-centered techniques that create engagement, interest, and retention. She is a previous director of Georgetown University's Organization Development Certificate Program.


Book Details

ISBN: 9781562864514

Pages: 144

Publisher: ASTD Press

Pub Date: June 2006

Formats: Paperback, PDF

Product Code: 110608

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