The Inspiring Learning Cookbook contains the following six chapters:

1. What do you feel like having?

In this chapter you will determine your learning objectives in three steps.  You’ll also be looking at assessment methods and how identify the characteristics of your participants.

2. Select the Ingredients

Chapter two is about clarifying the characteristics of learning interventions and how to select appropriate learning methods.

3. Prep the courses

How can you divide content into separate modules, that’s what chapter three will cover.

4. Add flavour

Chapter four focuses on learning techniques. It covers three reinforcing learning techniques that you can apply to make your learning journey even better.

5. The taste test

Put together a pilot group and test out your training programme.

6. Serve it up

Will you use a communal kick-off for a major learning plan, or do you let learners access the course when they feel like it? It’s all up to you.

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