In our next episode we will explore using storytelling and humor to enhance your training. We will discuss how to convince your stakeholders to use humor and storytelling, as well as give you some ideas on how to create characters and use pop culture references to entice your learners. But, if you can’t wait to listen, this article will give you more details on how you can start putting these ideas into practice.
I have a confession to make — I’m a terrible student. I don’t mean that I got bad grades in school or can’t learn what is being taught; what I mean is that I get bored easily while participating in training classes. I tend to pick things up quickly, so repetition bores me, and my mind starts to wander. As a student, this can lead me to miss important parts of the course. As an instructional designer, these experiences help me approach course development with the intent to engage my fellow “terrible” students.
How do I get my learners to pay attention and stay engaged? …
Find out more in the full article by our very own Jeremy Brown on Training Industry.