People often have many experiences learning, whether good or bad. In this video, learn how to put value on safety in your learning space to facilitate openness.
- I've got some bad news. … Very few of us make it to adulthood … without emotional scars from school. … Whether we were teased by peers or shamed by teachers, … we all come to adult learning a little bit worried … that it might go badly. … That's why it's vital that you ask this question. … What can I do to help people feel safe? … Your audience comes to the experience … with a bunch of worries … like will I have to speak in front of the group … or what if I make a mistake? … Will I be judged by others? … And worse, what if my boss is there too? … So create safety in your learning design. … Build ground rules that guide your time together. … Make sure people can share their thoughts … or opinions in anonymous ways. … Talk about the value of making mistakes. … And create safety through your own vulnerability … by sharing a time you struggled or failed. … All of these go a long way to helping your learners relax … and be open to the experience. … …
This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this training in our library.
- Identifying your organization's stage and strategic goals
- What success looks like
- What has already been tried
- Designing a learning experience
- Telling the learning story
- Engaging your audience
- Extending learning
- Measuring success
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Understanding Your Organization
2. Solving a Learning Problem
3. Designing a Learning Experience
4. Designing the Learning
5. Building the Learning
6. Extending the Learning
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