I really enjoy cooking shows but like everything else on TV most of them have gone the way of ‘reality’, which is to say, they’ve been dumbed down, and dramatized. Public Broadcasting seems to be one of the last bastions of quality content over ratings-whoring so I really enjoy Create TV.
Heads up! I take a pretty good look at storytelling and then I dive into how it can be applied to elearning. This is a geek-heavy episode, so be warned.
My stance is that we, as a species, have been telling stories for 40,000 plus years, and we’re still telling stories so why are we using them improve our elearning. So where am I getting 40, 000 years from? Cave art. Continue reading
In this episode we talk about about why you want to incorporate role plays into your class or training session.
We take a brief look at how war is related to role play and why I feel comedy is overlooked at award season.
We discuss how the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory
works in relation to Role Play. But for all you Kolb-ites out there, I promise we’ll look at it more indepth in a future podcast. Here’s the link to one of many sources, it’s the Business Balls one.