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This is going to be fun...

May 23, 2020 9:28:04 PM / by Peter Hawkins posted in Instructional Design, Learning Design, Engagement

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We've all heard the (apocryphal) Chinese curse 'May he live in interesting times.'

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The trainer's duty in a pandemic

May 12, 2020 9:45:00 AM / by Peter Hawkins posted in Instructional Design, Learning Culture, Learning Design, Engagement

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The world's never the same after a pandemic. After the black death killed half the population of Europe, peasants learned new skills to allow them to replace deceased workers and escaped serfdom forever. The 1918 "Spanish 'Flu" led to the creation of the WHO - a worldwide coordinated approach to improving health. 

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Scenario-based learning - a quick guide

Mar 6, 2020 6:04:20 PM / by Peter Hawkins posted in branching, Instructional Design, Learning Design, Engagement

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As a former lecturer, I say this with a degree of sheepishness but I hate being lectured to! I want my learning to be individual and fill me with curiosity. It should allow me to explore, collaborate, discuss.

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Engagement - a case study (with tricks)

Jan 21, 2020 2:12:43 PM / by Peter Hawkins posted in Learning Design, Engagement

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About fifteen years ago I was asked to help redesign a CPD program.

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It's not the online medium that's the problem, it's the attitude!

Aug 6, 2017 5:42:56 PM / by Peter Hawkins posted in Training Evaluation, Learning Design, Engagement

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Ultimately all education and training is about knowledge transfer. Part of this is the movement of information from one party to another but knowledge is far more than information.

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