When you need to fast-track the conversation & cooperation in your classroom, do you have an effective way to do it? Continue reading
More than a feeling…
Presenters often collect audience feedback in a scripted, written format only. Is there a better way to get a relevant, useable response from your audience? Continue reading
Can it be Done?
When you need to teach on a shorter time schedule, can you still set the conditions for the students to achieve the stated learning objectives? Continue reading
What did we talk about yesterday?
Why should you fool around with games in the middle of classes? Continue reading
Have you ever had that panicky feeling that makes your heart race and your head swim? Continue reading
How not to give a class
The first time I videotaped myself as an instructor was at the Jungle Warfare Training Center on Okinawa. Watching the recording later I cringed. A lot. Continue reading
How the Marines do it
The Marine Corps known distance rifle qualification course has worked well for the better part of a century. How does it produce such consistently good results? Continue reading
What are the “right” questions?
Ask yourself this: do the potential answers to this question provide any value? Continue reading
Improve the paradigm
I get funny looks when I tell students I’m going to have them work together. I wonder what expectations that creates for them? Continue reading
That was the unsolicited review I received immediately after finishing a class as an instructor during the early stages of a training program I worked on. Big confidence builder, right? Continue reading