Follow-Ups to the March 2015 Super Session
For the ATD Sacramento Super Session participants of either the “Got a Minute?” March 19th workshop or the “Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick” March 20th class, here are 5 specific “Follow-Ups” you can do to make sure you remember and use what you learned during the Super Session:
1. Use at least one new strategy every time you teach, train, or present. Get comfortable with the strategy, then add another one to it. Over time, these new strategies will become an integrated part of your own presentations, classes, and training.
2. Read the short blog post “Holding Onto What You’ve Learned” and do one or more of the activities listed there.
3. Revisit the slide sets for each of the two events. Since the slide sets are too large to upload to my website, please send me an email at SBowperson@gmail.com and I can send you the slide sets via Drop Box (it’s free).
4. Watch “Sticky Teaching” on the SLIDES FROM SLIDESHARE page.
5. Watch the short slide presentation on the blog post “How To Learn Things Super Quick.”
For those of you who asked for a learning styles inventory for students, here is the link: Learning Styles Pages.
And for those who may not have gotten their “burning questions” or “How Abouts?” answered, please email me and I will do my best to answer them via email. I think there were one or two questions left at the end of the day.
Okay, I think that’s it for “Follow-Ups!” Please leave your own comments or “Follow-Ups” suggestions at the end of this post. Thanks and cheers to our two lively and enthusiastic groups!
I just wanted to say big “THANK YOU” for March 20th SuperSession “Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick”! After the session, my mind was flowing with tips/ideas to incorporate into my training curriculum. Most importantly, you have unlocked the “why” for me. You have unlocked the reason why I enjoy being a trainer, instructor for the last 10 years. Our need to connect with people on deeper levels, our need to have community of learning and sharing. Would be interested in finding out more about additional workshops and/or certified programs you offer. Please come back to visit us in Sacramento. We LOVE you!
Oh my goodness, Jeannette! Your comment made my day! Thanks SOOOO much for reminding ME of the “why” of our work – sometimes I, too, forget that we do, indeed, make a difference and that our teaching ripples out from the classroom (both real and virtual) in SO many unpredictable and positive ways. So again, many thanks BACK and cheers to you and yours, m’dear! Sharon