SHARON L. Bowman, M.A.







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For the handouts and slides for specific training programs, scroll down the right-hand column to find the specific program links (listed below the testimonials).








 Worksheet for How to Design Great Training: Begin with the End in Mind
Download this PDF-formatted page and use it when you participate in the micro-course by the same name above.

Movement Trumps Sitting
View more presentations from Sharon Bowman


Get your free downloaded recording
of Sharon's webinar hosted by HRDQ:
Brain-Based Presenting!
Getting the Brain to Pay Attention


Heard it All Before? A New Age of Lectures
Written by educational researcher Nicole Foster for bestcollegesonline.com, this in-depth article explores the following topics: Why Lectures? Lectures in the Digital Era. How to Keep You Lectures Alive.

Looking Beyond Lecture: An excellent article from the Washington Post about how U.S. colleges are rethinking their use of lecture as their primary instructional tool.


YouTube Videos about Creativity and Education

The Power of Networks, by Manuel Lima, RSAnimate

Changing Education Paradigms by Ken Robinson, RSAnimate

The Divided Brain by Iain Gilchrist, RSAnimate

Where Good Ideas Come From by Steven Johnson, RSAnimate

Brain Rules (trailer) by John Medina

Rethinking Learning: Introduction to Brain Rules
by John Medina

Rethinking Learning: The Twenty-First Century Learner by MacArthur Foundation

How Coaching Works by Coach Meg and Wellcoaches


The Six Trumps Workshop

In Sharon's newest book, Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick, there is a facilitator's guide for a 45-minute workshop introducing audiences to the six learning principles. The following links are for the materials that accompany the workshop:

The Six Trumps Workshop Slide Set
The Six Trumps Workshop Postcards
The Six Trumps Workshop Table Cards


From The Accidental Trainer's
Live Audio Interviews:

Using the Ordinary to Make
Your Training Extraordinary

The brain screens out the ordinary or boring. Listen to this free audio interview as Sharon shares affordable tips on how to make your training extraordinary by using everyday items like index cards and pipe cleaners. She also discusses how to make your training an EPIC learning experience: Emotional, Participatory, Image- rich, & Connected to learners' lives. Click HERE.

The Accidental Trainer is an online forum and community for all "accidental" trainers – from one-person training departments, to HR folks with training responsibilities, to managers who are the sole source of training and development for their employees. TAT's goal is for trainers to stop reinventing the wheel and start sharing resources! For more about The Accidental Trainer, and to browse its website of excellent resources, articles, and interviews, click HERE.


Articles and Book Excerpts

Take-a-Stand: Connecting Learners to Learners and Learners to the Topic
From: THe Ten-Minute Trainer!

Postcard Partners: Making a Connection
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

Brain Freeze! I Can't Think
Note: This is a thought-provoking article on the effects of information overload on the brain's decision-making abilities; from Newsweek Magazine, published March 7th 2011.

Changing Education Paradigms by RSAnimate
Note: This is an excellent YouTube presentation (in cartoon format) on the history of education in the U.S.A. and other countries; includes some surprising insights into changing the outdated paradigms of instruction.

Communicating Future Threats: The Hyperbolic Brain
Note: This is an intriguing article on why the brain pays more attention to short-term threats (eg. heart pain or severe weather) rather than long-term ones (eg. obesity or global warming).

Can You Build a Better Brain?
Note: This is the latest Newsweek Magazine article on the brain. It contains some interesting observations about the three best things you can do to keep your brain fit for life.

Six Trumps: The Brain Science That Makes Training Stick
Note: This is an excerpt of Sharon's newest book, Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick. The article summarizes six brain science principles that are easy to remember and use in any instructional setting.

Reading the Tells
Author: Jerry Balistreri
About the Author:
Jerry Balistreri is a professional educator, administrator, and trainer. His training on how to read body language leaves participants wanting more and creates a memorable learning experience. This is valuable information for anyone who wants to learn to communicte more effectively. More about Jerry and his "Reading the Tells" workshop can be found on his website at www.readingthetells.com.

Adventures in Accelerated Learning
Author: Roger Brown
About the Author:
Roger Brown is a coach and trainer in the world of Agile Software Development, a team-based approach to creating innovative products. He has an interest in the application of neuroscience to learning, creativity, and collaboration. You can correspond with Roger on his professional blog at www.agilecoachjournal.com or his personal blog at www.infinitedigress.com.

The Science of Learning: Best Approaches for Your Brain
Author: Mark Levison
About the Author: Mark Levison is an Agile Software Development trainer who also specializes in applying cognitive neuroscience to classroom-based instruction and coaching software development teams. For more about Mark and the links to his articles, click here or you can access his personal blog here.

60-Second Interactive Review Strategies for the Harley-Davidson Rider's Edge New Rider Course
Note: Although written for motorcycle safety instructors, the interactive strategies in this article can be used with other topics, as well.

Color Your Brain!
Note: This worksheet was part of the Concept Centers activity during Sharon's opening session at the Teaching for a Change 2009 Conference in Flagstaff AZ

Sharin' with Sharon
From: Training Treasures Magazine, 9/08
This article was published in the September 2008 edition of Training Treasures Magazine.

Myth or Fact Brain Game
Note: This simple card-sorting game deals with the brain research that supports human learning.

Ten Tips for Interactive E-Learning
From: Training Treasures Magazine, 6/08
This article was published in the June 2008 edition of Training Treasures Magazine.

Wake 'Em Up! 7 Tips for Interactive E-Learning.
From: Training from the BACK of the Room!

Bag It! A Quick and Remarkably Easy Instructional Design Process.
From: Training from the BACK of the Room!

Powerpoint® Unplugged - Part One: 7 Ways to Transform a Slide Show into a Learning Tool.

Learners Teaching Learners: A Powerful Way to TrainFrom: Training from the BACK of the Room!

Stand, Stretch and Speak: Using Topic-Related Energizers.
From: Preventing Death by Lecture!

The Gallery Walk: An Opening, Closing, and Review Activity.
From: How To Give It So They Get It.
Note: A more detailed version is found in: The Ten-Minute Trainer.

When Your Message Matters: Four Ways to Make It Stick.

Terrific Tips for Crowd Control.
From: Shake, Rattle and Roll!

Nifty Notes: Involving Learners with Graphic Organizers

I See What You Say!
From: Nevada Business Journal


Move About When In Doubt!
From: Las Vegas Health Magazine

Refilling Your Own Pitcher.
From: Going Lightly!

60-Second Pop-Ups!
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

The Magic of Metaphor!
From: Shake, Rattle, and Roll!

The Walkabout: A Cool Way to Take a Summer Break.
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

Rapid Learning Stations: Learning a Lot in a Little Time.
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

Get a CLUE: Four Elements to Increase Motivation and Memory in Learning.
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

Birds-of-a-Feather: A Unique and High-Energy Way to Begin a Training Session.

Marking the Middle: Involving Learners in the Middle of a Lecture.

Let the Compass be Your Guide: Two Powerful Training Design and Delivery Tools
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

60-Second Shout Outs.
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

Grab that Spoon!
From: The Ten-Minute Trainer!

Working Together and Making It Work: Basic Human Needs and the Strategic Planning Process.
Authors:Sharon Bowman and Laura Moriarty www.tahoetrainingpartners.com

Drawing a Blank!
From: Shake, Rattle and Roll!

Make Your Next Training an EPIC Experience!

You Said It But Did They Get It? How To Check For Understanding.

Taking Care of Yourself While Taking Care of Business.

Teach It Quick and Make It Stick! Ten Tips from Sharon Bowman’s Train-the-Trainer Workshop.

Nine Interactive Things To Do With A Workbook Or Handout.
From: Shake, Rattle and Roll!

Eight Characteristics of Accelerated Learning.

Seven Tips for Turning Listeners into Learners.
From: Preventing Death by Lecture!

Eight Training Reminders from Sharon Bowman’s Train-the-Trainer Workshop


Teaching for a Change 2009 Conference Handout, Slides, and Postcards from "Teaching from the BACK of the Room!"
Note: These are the session "souvenirs" from Sharon's opening session titled "Teaching from the BACK of the Room!"

ASTD ICE 2009 Handout and Slides for "Right from the Start! What Beginning Trainers Need to Know."
Note: This is the handout for Sharon's breakout session at ASTD's 2009 International Conference and Expo, held June in Washington D.C. The handout includes the "Blackout Bingo" answers as well as the slides used during the session.

Right from the Start! What Beginning Trainers Need to Know.

Note: This is the Training 2009 Conference and Expo handout and slides for the breakout session by the same name. The handout includes the Blackout Bingo answers.

Training from the BACK of the Room! 12 Ways to Step Aside and Let Them Learn.
Note: This is a Training 2009 Conference and Expo session (handout and slides) with activities taken from Sharon's newest book Training from the BACK of the Room.

Using the Ordinary to Make Your Training Extraordinary.
Note: These are the handouts and slides for the Training 2009 Conference and Expo session by the same name.

NSA-Carolinas Handout for: "Write It Now! 10 Tips to Self-Publish Your First (or Next) Book."
Note: This is the handout that accompanied the rountable session by the same name - facilitated by Sharon at the NSA-Carolinas Speakers School, November 2008, in Charlotte, NC. Look for the complete article during the summer of 2009.

Slides from the 2008 POST Law Enforcement Instructor Symposium,
Note: These slides are from Sharon's keynote address at the 2008 Peace Officers Standards of Training (POST) 2008 Conference held June 2008 in San Diego, CA.



Take Ten!

For two more free, ten-minute micro-courses, click on the links below. Learn how to make any online training program, self-study, or computer-based program more interactive.

Three Tips for Interactive E-Learning

Three Brain Science Facts to Enhance E-learning


The Joy of Quiet. A New York Times article about gifting yourself with some technology breaks so that you can reconnect with family, friends, and your own spirit in 2012.

Happy New Year 2012. A lovely inspirational YouTube video to greet the New Year.

The Broken Place. An updated version of my Slide Share gift to you for the holidays and for 2012. Enjoy!

bowperson Publishing and Training

The tips and articles include excerpts from Sharon's books, workshops, and conference sessions. Slide presentations are by Sharon and a variety of different authors who have posted presentations on www.slideshare.net.


Some food for thought regarding printed content
and how to make it stand out:

For technology-curious trainers and teachers who want to explore some new (and some familiar) tech tools:

A new tech tool to experiment with:

Some excellent insights into global changes
in education:

A thought-provoking side presentation for higher education:

 A provocative slide presentation with some
challenging thoughts about technology, learning,
and the changing role of the educator:

Charlie Bit My Finger and Why it Really, Really Matters from Dean Shareski

An excellent presentation about
getting the brain to pay attention:



What Participants are Saying

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Marcia Karen,
Product Training Specialist

"Energetic and educational! I recommend this workshop for anyone who wants to create an EPIC learning experience. Do yourself a favor and sign up!"

Mario Roberti,
Commercial Services Trainer
WMasterfoods USA,
a divison of Mars Inc.

"Sharon Bowman knows her 'stuff" AND, more importantly, she knows how to teach you her 'stuff.' Thanks, Sharon!"

Kim Waycaster,
Regional Training Specialist
Security Finance

"Action-packed learning which touches ALL styles. Whether you are a 'newbie' or an 'oldie,' Sharon provides tools and techniques that will enhance the learning experience that you facilitate."

Sarah Hoey,
Program Leader
General Mills

"Enlightening and thought-provoking! A highly motivating course for enabling a truly exceptional learning environment."

Lt. Colonel Patrick Verdon,

"High energy, content rich, worth every penny! What a fantastic way to recharge your training battery!"

Cindi Bishop, Senior Trainer
Paramount Health Care

"I was very excited and happy to be at such an enlightening seminar. I have a Master's degree in education and have studied this same material, but Sharon made it so easy to understand how to use it in my training programs.

Carolyn B. Powell, Owner
Powell Enterprises Training & Development

"Calling all trainers! Calling all trainers! Go see Sharon - her class is a true gift, not only to yourself, but also to the future classes you train."

Lori Becker, Corporate Trainer
Nestle Purina

"Innovative, mind-jolting, and a great way to learn how to teach - a must-have for those instructors who think they know it all!"

Technical Sargent Chad Ohor, USAF, McGuire AFB

"Enlightening, liberating, and fun! I have attended many train-the-trainer seminars and every one of them missed the target, were painful, and a waste of time and money. Sharon knows her stuff and leaves your mind wide open – loved it! "

Gary Kalas, Retail Training Specialist, LG Electronics

"The best training I have been to ... I loved the energy and the knowledge I have gained to use in the future."

Natay M. Shepherd,
Assistant Director,
Sunshine House, SC


Training 2014 Certificate Program Participants
SLIDES - Set 1

SLIDES - Set 2
SLIDES - Set 3

For Sharon's Training 2014
Breakout Sessions Participants
SLIDES for 4Cs Map Session
SLIDES for Death by PowerPoint Session


For the CCCCD workshop participants
September 11th 2013:
"Brain Science for Today's Learners –
How to Meet the Needs of 21st Century Students."

SLIDE PRESENTATIONS (from www.slideshare.net)
The End of Teaching as We Know It
Learning to Connect, Connecting to Learn
The Flipped Classroom Higher Education
Using E-Learning to Facilitate 21st Century Learning
The 21st Century Classroom
The 21st Century Learner
A or B

Higher Education: What You (Really) Need to Know
(NY Times, January 2012)
Massive Open Online Courses
(Education Life, November 2012)
College Beyond Lecture
(Washington Post, February 2012)
Active Learning for the College Classroom
(CA State University, Los Angeles)

VIDEOS (from YouTube)
Rethinking Learning
Introduction to Brain Rules
(John Medina, author of Brain Rules)
Changing Education Paradigms
(RSAnimate Presentation)
The Divided Brain
(RSAnimate Presentation)

Brain Rules
John Medina's website (short videos about the human brain and successful teaching, learning, and parenting)
Khan Academy
Khan Academy website (short 10-minute videos and presentations on thousands of subjects)
Wikispaces website (a free digital media tool for educators at all levels)

Match-Up Game: 21st Century Learning Trends
6 Trumps Game: 6 Learning Principles Based on Brain Science


For the South Carolina CCCCD
Workshop Participants, April 9th 2013
Slide sets (in PDF format) for "Preventing Death by PowerPoint:
1. Don't be a PowerPoint Felon
2. Sticky Teaching
3. Three Emergency Presentation Ideas
4. Presentation Skills for Teachers
5. Rethinking Presentation Design
6. Dodging Bullets
7. Seven Tips for Beautiful Presentations
8. Don't Blame PowerPoint
9. Ten Tips for Beautiful Presentations

For Salt Lake City Community College Workshops
Salt Lake City, UT, Feb. 27th - 28th 2013
Slides for "Map It! Using the 4Cs to Design and Deliver Great Training
Handout for "Map It!"
Slides for "Teaching from the Back of the Room"Handout for "Teaching from the Back of the Room"
4Cs Game Cards
4Cs Game Labels
4Cs Game Instructions
4Cs Game Answer Key

For Training 2013 Conference and Expo
February 15th - 20th 2013
Slides for: Making Training Stick by Applying Brain Science (P01 Certificate Program, Day 2)
Slides for: Right from the Start!
Slides for: Map It! Using the 4Cs to Design and Deliver Great Trainin
Slides for: Using the Ordinary to Make Your Training Extraordinary
How to Map Your Instruction in 4 Simple Steps

For the National Association of Dental Plans (NADP), Dallas, TX Jan. 9th 2013
Slides (Thumbnails)
Myth-Fact Game Cards
Myth-Fact Game Key

For the MWCA Workshop
Great Falls, MT, Nov. 7th 2012
Slides (PDF Thumbnails)
Slides (PDF)
Handout (PDF)
Myth-Fact Game (PDF)

For the Genentech Workshop
Vacaville, CA, Oct. 3rd 2012
Slides (PDF Thumbnails)
Slides (PDF)
Handout (PDF)
Myth-Fact Game (PDF)

For Excella and the
DC Scrum User Group
Arlington, VA, Sept. 13th - 14th 2012
Slides (PDF Thumbnails)
Slides (PDF)
Horse Puzzle

For South Carolina CCCCD
Columbia, SC, May 8th-8th 2012

Slides: Presenting with Pizzazz (PDF)
Slides: Training from the BACK of the Room (PDF)
Pizzazz Handout (PDF)
TBR Handout (PDF)
Slides: Different Trumps Same (short version)
Slides: Sticky Teaching
Slides: Movement Trumps Sitting (short version)
Slides: Presentation Zen
Slides: Presentation Slide Design
Jigsaw 1 Concept Cards
Jigsaw 2 - 3 Instructions
Jigsaw 2 Table Group Cards

May 1st - 2nd 2012
Kearney, NE
Day 1 Slides (thumbnails)
Day 1 Slides (PDF)
Day 2 Slides (thumbnails)
Day 2 Slides (PDF)
Handout (PDF)
MythFactGameCardsKey (PDF)
4Cs Game Cards (PDF)
4Cs Game Key (PDF)
Horse Puzzle (PDF)

Salt Lake Community College (SLCC)
Active Learning Workshops
April 2nd-3rd 2012
Slides: Got a Minute?
Handout: Got a Minute?
Slides: Preventing Death by PowerPoint!
Handout: Preventing Death by PowerPoint!

Slide Share examples used in the
"Preventing Death by Powerpoint"
Brain Rules for Presenters
Burn Your PowerPoints
Stop Killing Your Students with PowerPoint
Don't Be a PowerPoint Felon
3 Emergency Ideas to Help
Your Presentations
5 Ways to Make Linear Navigation
More Interesting
Presentation Skills for Teachers
You Suck at Powerpoint

POST 2012 Symposium
San Diego, CA
April 10th - 11th 2012
Slides: Using the 4Cs
Handout: Using the 4Cs
How to Map Your Instruction in 4 Simple Steps
Changing the Education Paradigm*

Tahoe Parents Nursery School (TPNS)
South Lake Tahoe CA
January 23rd 2012
TPNS Slides
TPNS Handout

Polk College, Winter Haven, FL
January 5th, 2012
Polk College Slides
Polk College Handout

Agile and ScrumTrainers Workshop
Hamburg, Germany
August Nov. 3rd - 4th 2011
it-agile Germany Slides (pdf thumbnails)

CollabNet, Inc.
Scrum Trainers Workshop
Seattle, WA
August 1st - 2nd 2011
CollabNet Slides (pdf thumbnails)

Rally Software Company
Agile Coaches' Workshop
Boulder, CO
May 12th 2011
Rally Handout
Rally Slides (PDF format)
Rally Slides (Slide Share link)
Horse Puzzle
"Bag It!" 4 Cs Article
"Rapid Learning Stations" Article
Rally Software (website link)

American Cancer Society
"Relay for Life" Trainers' Workshop
May 3rd 2011
ACS Handout
ACS Slides
Number Line Puzzle
Horse and Rider Puzzle

The 2011 POST Instructor Symposium
April 5th 2011, San Jose, CA
Slides for Making a Connection: Networking that Counts
Handout for Making a Connection|
Article: Tak-a-Stand
Article: Postcard Partners
Changing Education Paradigms

The Salt Lake Community College Workshops
March 30th 2011
Slides: Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick!
Slides: Got a Minute?
Horse and Rider Puzzle
Changing Education Paradigms
Brain Rules for Presenters

The South Carolina Center for Child Care Career Development Workshops,
March 14th - 15th 2011

Jungle Workshop Agenda
Jungle Handout
Jungle Slides
Learning Outpost Instruction Cards 1 - 5
Learning Outpost Teach-Back Cards with Brain Science Information (21 cards)
Brain Map Key and Blank Brain Map
Anthropologist's Guide for Skull Dissection
Wild Republic Science 3-D Human Skull & Brain (priced now at $10.99)

Brain Rules for Presenters Slide Show

Use the following links to download the materials from "Presenting with Pizzazz!"

Pizzazz Agenda
Pizzazz Slides

Tahoe Parents Nursery School (TPNS)
February 21st, 2011, South Lake Tahoe CA

For the Tahoe Parents Nursery School (TPNS) participants, click on the link below for the handout with the "Color Your Style" page. Also, below are links to the YouTube and TedTalks "Marshmallow Experiment." There is also a new link to an updated version of the marshmallow experiment – the new version is done with cookies and is narrated by John Medina, author of Brain Rules and Brain Rules for Baby Enjoy the learning!

An Introduction to Learning Styles
YouTube Marshmallow Experiment
TedTalks "Don't Eat the Marshmallow Yet"
John Medina's "Cookie" Experiment

The 2011 Training Conference and Expo
February 7th - 9th 2011; San Diego CA

:Using Six Brain Science Principles to Make Training Stick

Using Topic-Related Energizers and Body Breaks in Training

Using the Ordinary to Make Your Training Extraordinary

Horse and Rider Puzzle

The 2010 Agile Learning Labs Creative Edge:
"Training from the BACK of the Room"
Seattle, Washington; December 6th - 7th 2010

Agile Training Slides
Horse and Rider Puzzle

The 2010 Scrum Alliance Gathering, Amsterdam
"Training from the BACK of the Room"
November 18th -19th 2010

Scrum Alliance Slides
Horse and Rider Puzzle

The South Carolina Center for Child Care Career Development
Master Certified Trainers Reunion
November 11th 2010, Columbia, SC

MCT Slides
Six Trumps - Table Cards
Horse and Rider Puzzle

The South Carolina Center for Child Care Career Development
Master Certified Trainers Accelerated Learning Program
November 8th, 9th, 10th 2010, Columbia, SC

Slides for 1st Two Days of Program

The Alaska 2010 Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) Convocation
October 19th 2010

Horse and Rider Puzzle

The LG Electronics Train-the-Trainer Program
Sept. 27th - 28th, 2010 Atlanta, GA

LG Slide Set
Horse and Rider Puzzle

The Australian Institute of Management
Sept. 15th - 17th 2010, Brisbane

The AIM website: www.aim.com.au
Horse and Rider Puzzle
Number Line Puzzle
Postcardwhich includes the ten global trends in education and training for 2010
Keynote Slide Set
Keynote Handout
Workshop Slide Set
Workshop Handout
Community of Practice Slide Set
Community of Practice Handout

The 2010 Intermountain Healthcare
Educational Summit
Salt Lake City UT, July 16th 2010

"How To Give It So They Get It!" Keynote Session Handout

IHC Keynote Slides

"Take Ten: Using the 4 Cs" Breakout Session Handout

IHC Breakout Slides

The San Diego Regional Training Center
2010 POST Symposium
June 8th - 11th 2010

POST Symposium Keynote Slides
POST Symposium Breakout Slides
Horse and Rider Puzzle

The Harley-Davidson
Rider's Edge 2010 Continuous Improvement Workshop
May 21st - 22nd 2010

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General Session Handout
General Session Slides
Breakout Session 1 Handout
Breakout Session 1 Slides
Breakout Session 2 Handout
Breakout Session 2 Slides
Horse and Rider Puzzle
Grab That Bike Game (labels and cards) for NRC Units III and IV
Match-Up Game (labels and cards)
Myth or Fact Game (labels, answer key, statement cards, myth/fact category cards)
60-Second Interactive Review Strategies for the NRC

The ASTD 2010 International Conference and Expo
May 16th - 19th 2010

Handout for Session SU313: Training from the BACK of the Room

Slides for Session SU313: Training from the BACK of the Room

The Alaska 2010 Apprenticeship and Region V ACTE Conferences
April 27th and 28th 2010

Apprenticeship Slides: "What's The Brain Got To Do With It?"

Apprenticeship Handout: "What's The Brain Got To Do With It

Apprenticechip: Horse and Rider Puzzle

ACTE Slides: "Preventing Death by Lecture!"

ACTE Slides: "Teaching from the BACK of the Room!"

ACTE Handout: "Preventing Death by Lecture"

ACTE Handout: Teaching from the BACK of the Room!"

The Mayo Clinic Workshops
April 20th - 21st 2010
Rochester, MN

"How To Give It So They Get It " Slides"What's The Brain Got To Do With It?" SlidesHorse and Rider Puzzle

The SMSU Workshops
April 9th 2010

SMSU Brain Science Handout

SMSU Concept Center Handout

SMSU Brain Science Slides

Horse and Rider Puzzle

The SLCC-FTLC Workshops
March 24th - 25th 2010

Slides: Teaching from the BACK of the Room

Slides: Using the Ordinary to Make Your Training Extraordinary

The SC Child Care Center for
Career Development Workshops
March 3rd - 4th 2010; Columbia SC

"It's In the Bag" Handout
"It's In The Bag" PPT Slides
Brain Science Handout
Brain Science PPT Slides
Brain Science Concept Centers
Horse Puzzle

The Training 2010 Conference and Expo
February 1st - 3rd 2010; San Diego, CA

Session 110: Bag It! A Remarkably Quick and Easy Instructional Design Process.

Session 211: Training from the BACK of the Room!

Session 309: Brain Science about How Adults Really Learn.

Session C1: Using the Ordinary to Make Your Training Extraordinary