Brain-Based Presenting (free webinar): Warm-Ups and Follow-Ups for March 20th 2019
Back by popular demand, my free “Brain-Based Presenting” webinar will be offered again by HRDQ on March 20th 2019. Consider joining me and an enthusiastic group of global trainers for an hour of exciting, brain-based learning.
The sponsoring company, HRDQ, has an excellent reputation as a developer of research-based instructional materials to help improve the learning and performance of individuals, teams, and organizations. On HRDQ’s website, you will find dozens of free webinars, as well as for-purchase training games, assessments, workshops, and simulations for instructor-led classroom learning, and e-learning and e-assessments for distance learning. HRDQ’s primary audience includes corporate trainers, classroom teachers, human resource professionals, educational institutions, and independent consultants.
“Brain-Based Presenting” will be held on March 20th 2019 at 2pm USA Eastern Time. Below is the link to the webinar handout to download, print, and use during this interactive, brain-based learning experience:
Just a reminder: If you sign up for the free webinar but, at the last minute, are unable to attend, you can still access the webinar presentation and slides which HRDQ will post for registered participants after the webinar is over. Then you can watch and listen at your leisure.
If you aren’t able to attend, consider using a note-taking handout like the one I’ve created for this webinar for your own training topics. On one side are “Warm-Ups” and “Follow-Ups” – resources for your training participants to explore before and after your training event.
On the other side are note-taking boxes for your participants to fill in. The boxes on my handout are relevant to my webinar content. My webinar participants will experience and collect more than a dozen brain-based strategies to use with any audience and any topic.
“Warm-Ups” are resources that help get the brain ready to learn before a training event. Brain-scientists call these “priming” activities.
“Follow-Ups” are resources that help move new learning into long-term memory. Brain scientists call these “spaced practice” activities.
Both “Warm-Ups” and “Follow-Ups” are important parts of successful, brain-based instruction, whether online or face-to-face.
There will be two other free resources offered at the end of the webinar, as well. So I hope you will join me on March 20th for a highly interactive, unique, and unforgettable brain-based learning experience. Click HERE for all the details and registration information for this free webinar, and be sure to download and print the handout above.
Click HERE or HERE for the updated public calendar of “Training from the BACK of the Room” classes being offered globally – click HERE for the book by the same name and HERE for “Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick.” Both books were used as resources for my “Brain-Based Presenting” webinar.