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2014 – The Year of Kaizen

    I'm not a big believer in New Year's resolutions, mostly they create unnecessary stress.  That list of ten items just staring you in the face.  No, I am...
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Kindergarten Rebel

Not too long ago I posted "5 Tips to Being a Learning Rebel"; in short these were my points. Challenge the status quo. Understand the concept of Kaizen. Knowing that...
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Reaction Level Evaluations: Hate the Player, Not The Game

  In the past couple of years, much has been written about, for and against, the efficacy of so-called “Smiley Sheet” evaluations. These evaluations exist to capture reaction-level feedback from the learner population. I...
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What Should We Call Them?

Recently, I found myself involved in a lively debate via Twitter on the use of the word "Learner" when describing those who participate in learning. When I say lively, I...
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Learning Objectives? I Object!

That's right. I object! Over the years, I have spent a lot of time crafting them, chiseling them so they fit, viewing lists of verbs to ensure each learning objective (LO)...
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Change and a Hot Dog

  The hot dog debate is a debate that has gone on for decades, if not centuries– from the street dogs of New York, to the Chicago Dog, to the...
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