A Friendly Reminder

This blog post won’t take long to read. It’s just a simple message, and you’re finished. Keep this thought in mind when you develop your next classroom, online, blended or on-the-job training program: Learning is reminding. That’s it. We’re done. (Read on to learn more) Of course, you need a lot of materials to prepare the training: existing and new subject matter, subject matter experts, previous live instruction and hands-on demonstrations, and so on. And then you’ll need to do a lot of work to build the new program: developing scripts, slides, handouts, knowledge checks, pre- and post-assessments, instructor notes, activities, animation, video, audio and so on. This preparation part of t

March Fo(u)rth

Many blog posts and feature articles contain "spoiler warnings" to alert you that they may spoil your enjoyment of some other media, such as movies and TV. This blog does not contain any such "spoilers," but I feel compelled to start with a "content warning." That's because most of the blog posts on this site are specifically about instructional design information, techniques and strategies to help develop training and learning materials. But this blog is going to be a little different. So hold on, it'll still be helpful. Today we're going to take a look at my favorite informal holiday that I celebrate every year, both personally and professionally: March Fourth. For me, it started in colleg

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