There seem to be a ton of Apps for teachers. Math apps, colouring (Canadian spelling) apps, attendance apps…but what about trainers? Albeit trainers have a different roomful of learners to look after but there are a few apps that would enhance our job. I’m not saying that you’ll be able to sit back and kick your feet up, but I am saying that there are a few apps that can make things a bit more effective. Continue reading
When I originally started putting things on paper for the podcast I was really troubled over what to name it. I thought I had some real gems. “See Jack Learn” was my personal favorite. Behaviour based learning objectives have a visual aspect to them. It plays on the “See Spot Run” books, leaning towards a slight nostalgia angle but also a very formative time in all of our lives, early childhood.
I tested it in some surveys and it do not test well. Not at all. Ultimately, I took Continue reading
In this episode of the podcast we look at the anatomy of an objective statement in and ABCD format
A – Audience
I just recorded the second episode and I think it turned out alright. I went out the the local Guitar Center and picked up some acoustic foam. I created a small box that my microphone goes into, which is a whole lot more affordable than covering a whole room with the stuff. I think it makes a difference in the audio quality but there is always room for improvement.
Here’s where the idea came from: http://youtu.be/CV5Rl-IK-eo Thanks Jake Ludington for the DIY!
Learning all the time!
I’m very excited to present the first episode of the Training By Fire podcast!
This episode give a brief introduction to two things, my podcast and I, and “What’s in it for me.”
I’m a guy who’s passionate about training and development and have been since university. I’ve been working in the service industry since I was 12 and I also love podcasting! It all makes sense.