If you didn't catch all the posts last month simply peruse & click what's below. Here's the Rock.Paper.Scissors' monthly training & development round up for the month of December. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well December blog post round up
When differences loom large... When 'other' seems odd... When someone else's perspective has you flummoxed... When you're searching for similarities... When you're seeking solace in same... Adjust your perspective & know we all inhabit the same planet, as the following video beautifully … [Read more...] about When 'other' seems odd & you're searching for similarities
After a long, challenging year where one of my kids wasn't invited back from one school year to the next (an almost straight A student & class president) I've spent a lot of time thinking about formal education. Some schools teach the above. So do some trainers. Authority, compliance & … [Read more...] about What does school really teach children?
September passed in a blur and you missed out on some Rock.Paper.Scissors' blog posts? No worries. Here they are - laid out like a picnic for your perusing - here's the Rock.Paper.Scissors' monthly training & development round up. You'll find all the blog posts for the month of September … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well September blog post round up
Skip to the loo - why public toilets matter is a fascinating article by Michael Harris in the Walrus magazine. Have you ever been caught needing to use a public toilet and yet not being able to find one? Ever talked your way into a restaurant bathroom, in a restaurant that you weren't eating in, … [Read more...] about Perspective on public peeing – are public toilets a gift? (& other issues of access & inclusion)
I recently wrote about an example of what not to do if you want your learners to feel included and your content to be accessible. It had to do with differentiated learning and not being told upfront what that meant. Harumph! (e.g. I'm tired, it's the end of a long day and you, the presenter, have … [Read more...] about Learning about learning with tuiles
This summer I got to hang with Sara Mitaru (pictured above), a United Nations designated Messenger of Truth, while we were both at a conference in Istanbul, Turkey. Sara's a tiny, power packed artist who sings about effecting social change. I spent some time in the recording studio where she was … [Read more...] about The 2 most important tips for making your training accessible & inclusive
This simple, short video below has generated almost 223 million hits. Aside from the astonishing capacity for videos to spread through the ether, I was keen to ponder why the popularity. (The video, if you've not seen it, is about a baby biting his (presumably) brother's finger. The brother then … [Read more...] about Charlie bit my finger… again (avoiding learning traps)