! INFO 2017 !
Drie domein-autoriteiten en niet zómaar interessante sprekers. Drie vrouwen mét inhoud, achtergrond én lef. Bovendien krijg je een gesigneerd exemplaar van het laatste boek van Chené Swart (Zuid-Afrika), Margie Meacham (USA) of Crystal Kadakia (USA) als je inschrijft voor 21/09. Een buitenkansje dus!
De masterclasses gaan net als de keynotes door in OFO/IFA te Brussel. De masterclasses gaan allen door in het Engels.
If you could design training the way the brain learns, would it be more effective? Recent discoveries in the fields of neuroscience and cognitive psychology have been revealing new insights about our amazing brains for over a decade, yet there are still very few examples of putting these insights to use to design better learning experiences. In this interactive workshop you will learn the science behind how the brain learns.
This course is recommended for all learning professionals who want to cut through the neuro‐hype to find simple tips for applying brain science to enhance learning and performance. You will gain new insights about how learning takes place and how you can enhance the effectiveness of your next class using brain‐aware instructional design techniques.
This course will cover:
Learning Objectives: By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
Gesigneerd boek indien ingeschreven voor 21/09: Brain Matters: How to help anyone learn anything using neuroscience
Human beings have two amazing capacities that we frequently employ but are rarely aware of, the capacities to make meaning and to make story. As we make meaning of our lives we weave these meanings into narratives that shape and maintain who we are, how we relate and how we see the world.
But these narratives do not fall from the sky, they are crafted, maintained and sustained in a world of ideas about success, a world of constant measurement in various forms and a world where isolation from one another often sets us up in competition with one another.
Re-authoring practices invite individuals, teams and organisations to employ these meaning-making and story-making capacities in a way that provides people with a foundation for new initiatives, to stretch their minds and to continue to learn, develop and tell stories within their various organisational contexts as authors of their own narratives and co-authors of team and organisational narratives.
In this interactive masterclass, you will be invited to experience these practices and ideas while you learn about them. We will consider the following questions:
Gesigneerd boek indien ingeschreven voor 21/09: Re-authoring the world: The narrative lens and practices for organizations, communities and individuals
Imagine the moment an employee needs to learn something. Maybe an automated robot broke down on the manufacturing floor, a customer asked about an obscure product specification, or a negotiation with an overseas vendor needs help. If these situations occurred outside of the workplace, many of us would “Google” it or look on YouTube--and we’d probably find a lot of resources. In today’s world of digital, global, strategic, and cross-generational interactions, learning opportunities abound.
Our youngest talent expects to be able to leverage these opportunities. Yet, inside the traditional workplace, learning has barriers. Our learning ecosystems don’t support unbridled learning, and success is traditionally measured as the number of classes and courses delivered. The Modern Learning Design Process (MLDP) updates our traditional instructional design approach to leverage our current environment. For those feeling the pressure to modernize L&D, the MLDP provides a solution.
In this Master Class, we will take a deep dive into the five steps of the Modern Learning Design Process.
Gesigneerd werkboek indien ingeschreven voor 21/09: The Milennial Myth: Transforming misunderstandings into workplace breakthroughs