Podcast Show Notes
Your weekly double shot is “Creative Ways to Debrief and Add Reflection to Learning”
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It all started with the question: What are your creative solutions for debriefing and reflection, and how can we incorporate these ideas into virtual and online learning experiences? Let’s face it, if you want to make learning stick, proper debriefing and allowing for reflection is critical.
In this Learning Rebels in 15 we are hearing from:
As they discuss these main points:
Point #1: Ensure debrief and reflection always tie back to application
Point #2: Know your audience. Andrew shared that to get greater engagement the data points to having women speak first.
Point #3: Use different techniques to inspire thought
Point #4: Activate the managers!
Point #5: Run from the “conspiracy of convenience” don’t just tick the box. Be purposeful.
I’ll leave you with this thought:
Debriefing and reflection take on many forms. But we do know that without it, learning will fail. We spend a lot time and money trying to get the content “just right” – don’t waste your efforts by not creating a reflection and debriefing strategy.
Stay curious & take over the world!
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