Academic/Education and Training

Sep
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CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATORS’ COMMUNICATION AND LEARNING STYLES

How do educators apply their communication and learning styles when engaged in the three stages of a lesson: development, delivery, debriefing? Learn how information regarding the correlations between these two styles can be used to guide educators in developing successful and creative lesson plans and lessons.

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Sep
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LEARN WHAT THE ACADEMICS ALREADY KNOW

What can practitioners learn from educators? We’ve been using Web 2.0 technologies for years because our students have demanded engaging, socially driven, collaborative learning experiences. Come learn how to turn our collaborative knowledge building success stories into your own!

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Sep
0

HOW IS TECHNICAL TRAINING DIFFERENT?

New research on technology training across diverse industries across a diversity of industries reveals 24 differentiators that distinguish technical training from other types of training. These key differentiators will be discussed along with the implications for development of technical training.

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Sep
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TAKING TECH COMM INTO K-12 SCHOOLS

Some state education departments are adding new technical communication requirements. In Georgia, grades 6-9 Language Arts requirements contain technical writing competencies. STC should engage to increase awareness of our profession.

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Sep
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MAKE IT SNAPPY:WEB-BASED REFERENCE GUIDES

So many companies create training and then wonder why it doesn’t stick. One reason is that the Web has changed how we acquire information. We expect it faster and training is no exception. “Make It Snappy” demonstrates simple principles professionals can follow to create fast, on-demand Web-based Quick Reference Guides

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