Without realising it, you use a lot of performance support every day. This support comes in various shapes and sizes. You will find more details on this in this edition of learning notes.
I’ll be attending the Fishbowl event in London next week, and I’ll be taking the underground to get there. A good example of performance support is the text on the floor:
Another performance support example that saved my life more than once while in London is the text on the pavement 'Look right', just before you cross the street.
As performance support can also be a simple checklist, here’s the one I use to create the learning notes:
Learning Notes Performance Support Checklist
[x] Review my Evernote folder on resources that I recently gathered.
[x] Select four interesting resources on Performance Support for Learning Notes 18.
[x] Write a short intro for each of the notes.
[x] Add the Twitter handles of the authors, so that readers can connect.
[x] Provide a short, personal review of the highlights and value of each resource.
[x] Select a relevant picture to be used to accompany this edition and send it to my [x]colleague, Nick.
[x] Write an introduction text to my readers - adjust the style according to the topic [x] covered.
[x] Send all the content to my colleague, Corjan, to improve it all with ‘his magic’.
[x] Ask Nick and Corjan to get all the stuff online and send it to readers - and, of course, thank them for it!
[x] Ask readers for feedback and suggestions (on topics, format etc.).
[x] Share the new learning notes via Social Media channels.
[x] Include the names of the original creators of the resources in Tweets, to inform and [x ]thank them for the good stuff they created.
[x] Enjoy the fact that this work is done!
[x] Start gathering new resources and ideas for the next version of the learning notes.