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ASTD2014: Anders Gronstedt on Transmedia Storytelling for Learning. Convert_Learning_To_Stories-Worksheet.pdf. Matthew McConaughey winning Best Actor. How to convert your learning into story, step-by-step. Following a sweet true-story-based and lovely introduction from Aaron Stroud, his wife Katie takes the stage to tell us about story for learning during session W202 of ASTD2014.

How to convert your learning into story, step-by-step

She said that when she researched the topic herself, she found a lot of information about the importance of story and it’s benefits, but not much about how to actually go about developing a story for learning purposes. I’m glad to hear this, because I had the same experience. Of course, I have lots of little story-examples that I occasionally use to illustrate a point in training. They work well, people remember them and they can create some thought, humour and emotion. But what I want from this session is to find out HOW to turn a process of learning activities into a thin-red line that can enhance the learning experience across the training… Katie started by telling her own rags to riches story * When listening, I was drawn to hear more and I started to like her more.

Place it – where does the problem happen? Techniques to engage people when you facilitate change. Dutch actor, coach, trainer and speaker Juanita Coble kicks off session #W110 on change and the importance of engaging people in the process.

Techniques to engage people when you facilitate change

Welcome to ASTD2014 day 4… According to Coble, Neuroscience tells us that when people are uncertain, they move into an “away state”. This accounts for many of the negative reactions to whatever change is going on. Starting with a role-play, Coble took the stage as an actress, playing the role of interim director, Mrs Smith. “She” wouldn’t answer my questions, “she” was very direct, seemed to think she knew it all and was overly positive, but in a strange fake way. The Seven Basic Plots. Christopher Booker's The Seven Basic Plots is a long book.

The Seven Basic Plots

It's on the order of War and Peace for thickness. It also gets a bit repetitive at times, but if you can slog through the material, you're rewarded with a good understanding of the seven basic plots. You can also get a good dose of Jungian psychology to boot. Overcoming the Monster A hero learns of a great evil overshadowing the land (sometimes not his own land). The first half of one of the oldest known stories, The Epic of Gilgamesh, is set in this form. Anticipation Stage and Call The fearsome Monster makes his presence known, often from "a great distance" although occasionally more up close and personal. Dream Stage The Hero prepares for battle while moving closer to the Monster (either he's heading out, or the Monster's approaching his home). Frustration Stage The Monster shows up and shows off, "in all his awesome power.

" Katie Stroud on Converting Learning into Story. How to convert your learning into story, step-by-step. Are stories really good? (TED Talk) Storytelling Cheat Sheet. Il y en a des possibilités!

Storytelling Cheat Sheet

Une fois vendu sur le principe et le pouvoir deshistoires, il suffit d’ouvrir vos oreilles pour les entendre partout... Honnête Riche en émotions Pas trop spécifique « quand le petit garçon vitvraiment un loup et se mit àcrier, personne ne vint à sonaide! Pour apprendre pourquoi il ne fautpas mentirHistoire de « je vous connais » adresséeaux managers « anti-histoire » « L’inimaginable se produisit: letrésor de fromage avait disparu.Grands cris ! Pour convaincre de la valeur d’unecertaine attitude face auchangement « quand j’ai trouvé sa fille 1kmplus loin sur la plage, je lui ai dit qu’iln’était pas fait pour être père…C’était à cela que je pensais 3semaines plus tard quand jecherchais désespérément ma filleFelicity au shopping. Dan Pink starts with a story...

Using Stories. What Is It About Storytelling That Helps Bring A Presentation Alive?

Using Stories

Stories work and stories have value because they help us understand. Through stories, facts and raw data gain meaning. Stories are how we best learn and visualize information. They simplify and clarify even the most complex information. They can hook an audience with emotion. We're all storytellers. We all tell stories all the time. Donald Trump - skills. The Story Factor (book) At about 6.00 o'clock on Monday morning July. 19, 1987, a ragged, fatigued middle aged man of 42 collapsed near Victoria Station.

The Story Factor (book)

CCTV footage captured intermittent crowds shuffling past the dying man, no doubt assuming him to be a morning drunk. He lays there alone for a short time, dazed and in agony, doubled up with abdominal pains. Later that day police release a statement to the public - "Officers are investigating the identity and circumstances surrounding the death which is assumed to have been alcohol related. " The facts, however, suggest otherwise. Story has an effect on people that is nigh on impossible to put a finger on. "It's like cutting the kitten in half to see why it is cute. "