On the job learning

I think on the job training as a term should be retired as it suggests training interventions embedded within the work cycle. Don’t get me wrong, like teaching, there is much value to be had from embedding training in the work flow, however, training is formal and for all intents and purposes, artificial. Learning is

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Undiscovered experts

Everyone is equipped to make a difference. Everyone is an expert. Everyone has something that is unique to them wherever they are and people around them need it. I believe by the time a person is in their late 20s or early 30s, they are already experts in something by virtue of their experiences, how

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Designing Learning

My approach to learning design You need the knowledge in digestable chunks and appropriate format You need a concrete experience that simulates situations that could call for the use of the knowledge but starting from the framing or assessing the situation and not directly going to a defined knowledge application situation A sequence of learning

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