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25 Lessons (1h 40m)
    • 1. S0V0 Active Reviewing

      6:37
    • 2. S1V1 Active Reviewing drawing learning from experience

      4:10
    • 3. S1V2 How taking a bath led to Archimedes' principle Mark Salata

      3:00
    • 4. S1V3 SURVEY Help us get the training you desire

      1:22
    • 5. S1V4 Meet the trainers

      3:32
    • 6. S2V1 Reviewing with playing cards

      4:06
    • 7. S2V2 Activity Map

      4:17
    • 8. S2V3 Action Replay

      5:30
    • 9. S2V4 Empathy Test

      3:16
    • 10. S2V5 Storyline

      3:25
    • 11. S2V6 Goal Keepers

      4:21
    • 12. S2V7 Horseshoe

      4:27
    • 13. S2V8 Back to the Future

      3:45
    • 14. S2V9 Missing Person

      4:54
    • 15. S2V10 Interview with Dr

      14:36
    • 16. S3V1 When to review

      1:22
    • 17. S3V2 Not enough time for reviewing

      3:10
    • 18. S3V3 What could possibly go wrong

      3:41
    • 19. S3V4 Top 10 tips for reviewing

      4:31
    • 20. S3V5 QA get answers to your questions no review

      2:19
    • 21. S4V1 SURVEY Help us improve the toolkit

      1:30
    • 22. S4V2 Bring Roger to your country

      1:33
    • 23. S4V3 Experiential ise your curriculum with Bogdan

      1:49
    • 24. S4V4 Presentation to persuasion

      5:59
    • 25. S4V5 Final words

      2:56

Project Description

Design the curriculum for an active, engaging and experiential course

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Time to implement what you are learning in this course in your next training! As a project, I invite you to design a curriculum that is active, engaging and experiential.

Step 1: Shake the dust

Take your standard curriculum or create a new curriculum and get ready to pimp it up with the new techniques you are learning in this course.

Step 2: Watch the unit "ART: The Active Reviewing Toolkit"

In order to be able to pimp your curriculum you need to learn some reviewing techniques that will generate insights and transfer of learning for your students.

Step 3: Implement the active reviewing techniques

Use the playing cards model to design your reviewing. Choose a method from facts, one from feelings, one from findings and another one from futures. (You can add more if you want to and, if you feel inspired you can design your own.)

Step 4: Go over the unit "Implementing ART into your training"

Get a sense on when to do the reviewing, what could possibly go wrong and some tips and tricks in these series.

Step 5: Update your curriculum

Leave your curriculum for 1-2 days and then check it again. Update it with your new insights.

Step 6: Upload your curriculum to the projects section

Show your new curriculum to the other students of this class. They can't wait to be inspired by you!

Step 7: Inspire your students in a live training

Probably the main reason why you took this course: go out and inspire your participants to understand, learn and act!

Student Projects