There are 5 item(s) tagged with the keyword "Facilitation".
By Sarah Axelson, MSW | May 15, 2018
Director of Training, ETR
I’m a training and facilitation nerd. Anyone who knows me knows I embrace that label and use it lovingly. I’m constantly trying to think of new, more engaging ways to help people learn.
I’m so entrenched in this work that at a recent dinner with friends, as we were settling our tab, I found myself digging through my purse searching for my wallet. It finally turned up under a copy of one of the books I’m currently reading.
By Gina Lepore, MEd | November 16, 2017
Research Associate, ETR
Here’s an engaging and powerful activity that’s a great way to introduce a learning process related to consent in sexual or romantic relationships. It’s ideal for a Training of Educators or Training of Trainers. With adaptation, it can also be used as a classroom activity with teens or young adults.
- By Gina Lepore, MEd
By Joan Singson | May 18, 2015
Program Manager, ETR
Picture yourself standing in front of a room going through the talking points of your training design. You pan the room and notice a few heads bobbing. The bodies they’re attached to twitch as they fight training fatigue. You see glazed-over stares of participants whose minds are somewhere between the training room and a warm bed.
It’s time for an energizer!
- By Joan Singson
By Annika Shore, MPH | April 16, 2015
Professional Development Consultant, ETR
This upbeat activity has some of the best elements for any training—movement, music and conversation. It engages brains, energizes participants and helps them personalize the learning.
- By Annika Shore, MPH
By Debra Christopher, MSM | January 15, 2015
Director, Professional Learning Systems, ETR
Here’s an activity that helps training participants consolidate learning. It actually activates and strengthens neurological connections, increasing participants’ ability to hold key concepts in long-term memory. Quick and engaging.
- By Debra Christopher, MSM
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