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Archives 2008 - Present

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10 Tips for Better Presentations

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Have you ever left a class or presentation and wondered where the time went? Have you caught yourself days, months, or even years later remembering something that you learned from a favorite teacher, coach, or scout leader? What was it about the experience that made it ... More »

Crafting Activities for e-Learning Interactivity

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Ethan Edwards

"All growth depends upon activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort, and effort means work." - Calvin Coolidge It is a well-known bit of wisdom that we remember what we do. Yet all too often instructional designers seem to ignore this ... More »

How to Cope With the Creatures of the Classroom

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October ends with Halloween. So in honor of this most American of holidays, I'd like to conjure up some classroom ghouls, trainee tricksters, and participant poltergeists. We've all been terrorized by them. They spark fear in the most stalwart of trainers, and they are ... More »

At First Sight: Improving Your Training With Good Visual Design

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When you think about effective training courses, what comes to mind? If you're like most learning professionals, well-researched lessons and impeccably worded test questions are most likely essential for a successful presentation. Other factors such as syllabi, particip... More »

Trimming the Fat: Using a Practical Eye for an Academic Process

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What makes good training? It's a question that is literally as old as training itself and one that has never been given a truly concrete answer. So often we are flooded with the things that we must do to design effective training. In my 10 years of training experience, ... More »

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