Motivated to document and organize the ways in which learners can test new knowledge and skills and instructional designers and trainers can concoct new and engaging ways for people to learn, Endurance Learning created a periodic table with elements of amazing learning experiences organized by solids, liquids, gases, radioactive elements and interactive elements. You can read more about them at Train Like a Champion and download the PDF.
Recently, Michelin presented our Endurance Learning team with their Dealer Experience Partner Award. As he presented this award, Tim Cunningham, Michelin’s Director of Customer Training and Development, cited our ability to be a partner with his team and to push back as necessary as some of the reasons he found our instructional design contributions to his team so valuable.
Brian’s fervor to see PowerPoint used well in training sessions manifested itself as a 20-page booklet called PowerPoint: Your Co-Facilitator that is available in Paperback or PDF. Published by ATD, the book talks facilitators through strategies to use PowerPoint as a learning tool.