Monthly Archives: June 2018

The Method to the Madness: Choosing the Appropriate Means to Educate

Asynchronous articulated powerpoint, Real-time webinar, in-person experiential learning…as technology has advanced so have the means in which we can transmit information and engage learners in educational activities.  In fact, the sheer volume of how we can “teach” is overwhelming. How … Continue reading

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But This Ain’t Theater Camp…

  I love camp. I love the campfire, I love the dance, I love arts and crafts, but most of all… I LOVE THE DRAMA! Now here me out… I’m a little bit of a reality TV junkie, and when … Continue reading

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Shark Bite Meetings for Increased Productivity

I’ve said it many times before and I’ll say it again, I’m just not a fan of meetings.  Some are necessary and arguably productive.  However, so many are not that my gut reaction when I hear someone wants to “meet” … Continue reading

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Tuckman’s Model Revisited: NOW With Cool Activities!

It’s baaaaaaaaack! Just when you thought we were finished talking about forming-storming-norming-performing-and adjourning here we are again! Why? Because teams are important! …And also because I found this cool resource that shares specific activities to use depending upon which stage … Continue reading

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