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  • What is education? Is there a difference between education and information? Or are those words synonymous?
  • What concerns you most about this chart? What delights you?
  • What must meeting professionals do differently to encourage this?
  • What must meeting professionals do differently to encourage this?
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    • 1. Innovative Techniques In Conference FormatsJeff Hurt
    • 2. Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats
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    • 3. 3
    • 4. Presenter – Attendee Agreement
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    • 5. Law of Two Feet
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    • 6. 6
    • 7. Vibrate Please
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    • 8. Texting, Typing Welcome
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    • 9. Tweet Unto Others As You Would Have Them TweetUnto You.
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/ilse/3389565299/sizes/m/
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    • 10. Tweet Something Good Before You Tweet Something Bad
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    • 11. Seek First To Understand
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    • 12. Safe space to agree, disagree, ponder & question
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/donsolo/4227378751/sizes/l/
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    • 13. Be Present • Be Active
      Use Respect
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    • 14. About Me
      • Coal Miner’s Grandson
      • 15. West Virginia Hillbilly
      • 16. Nonprofit Junkie
      • 17. Environmental Advocate
      • 18. Meeting & Event Professional
      • 19. Education Evangelist
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    • 20. 15
    • 21. Director of Education & Engagement
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    • 22. @JeffHurt
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    • 23. 1) Identify which learning techniques work and how to apply them in a variety of situations
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    • 24. 2) Discover what others are doing to create engaging learning experiences
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    • 25. 3) Understand the learning styles of various generations
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    • 26. Define engagement
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    • 27. Pair Squared:Define engagement
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    • 28. So What ‘Cha Think?
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    • 29. Pair Squared #2:What does active learning mean to you?
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    • 30. Brainstorm as many different innovative conference formats as possible
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    • 31. Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 32. Body Voting
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 33. Body VotingCase Studies
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 34. Critical Incidents
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 35. Critical IncidentsFishbowls
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 36. Human Spectagrams
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 37. Jigsaw Grouping Brainstorming
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 38. Lecturette
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 39. Lecturette Mind Maps
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 40. Open Space Sessions
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 41. Pair Squared
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 42. Pair SquaredPeer2Peer Roundtables
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 43. Role Plays
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 44. Role PlaysStructured Note Taking
      Innovative Conference Formats
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    • 45. World Cafe Model
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    • 46. Group Sharing
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    • 47. Andragogy:
      HowAdults Learn
      Based on research from Professor and Education Expert Malcolm Knowles
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    • 48. Andragogy:
      Focus on good adult learning strategies
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    • 49. 14
      Adult Learning
      Principles
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    • 50. 1) Learning is fundamentally social.
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    • 51. 2) Knowledge is integrated in the life of communitiesand the connectionswe maintain.
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    • 52. 3) Learning is an act of participation.
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    • 53. depth
      4) The of our learning depends on the of our participation.
      depth
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    • 54. 5) Engagement is joined at the hip with empowerment.
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    • 55. 6) Exclusionfrom active participation equals failure to learn.
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    • 56. 7) WIIFM (what’s in it for me) iscritical.
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    • 57. 8) BIG PICTUREfirst then the details.
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    • 58. 9) Where does this new learningfit in relation to the other stuff I alreadyknow.
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    • 59. 10) Sell me on theWHYI need to know this.
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    • 60. 11) We are problem-centered rather than content-oriented.
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    • 61. 12) Remove the obstacles & barriers from my learning please.
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    • 62. 13) Repetition Repetition Repetition Repetition increases my retention of critical information.
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    • 63. 14) Let me decide how to learn it.
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    • 64. Agree or Disagree
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    • 65. What ‘Cha Think?
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    • 66. Is PowerPoint Pointless
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    • 67. Is PowerPoint Pointless
      BRAIN RULES
      Rule #4: We don’t pay attention to boring things
      Neuroscientist & Professor John Medina’s Brain Rules
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    • 68. Is PowerPoint Pointless
      BRAIN RULES
      Rule #10: Vision trumps all senses
      Neuroscientist & Professor John Medina’s Brain Rules
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    • 69. Is PowerPoint Pointless
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    • 70. Various generations have their own learning styles
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    • 71. FALSE
      Various adult generations do NOT have specific learning styles
      Do Generational Differences Matter In Instructional Design University Of GA, Professor Thomas ReedUS Department Of Labor, UPS
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    • 72. Various generations do have differences in attitudes, work habits & motivators
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    • 73. Industry experience has the greatest impact on learning preferences
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    • 74. Experience Impacts Learning Preferences
      Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
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    • 75. Experience Impacts Learning Preferences
      Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
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    • 76. Experience Impacts Learning Preferences
      Source: Jay Cross’ Working Smarter
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    • 77. Small Group Discussion
      • What concerns you most about this chart?
      • 78. What delights you?
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    • 79. Small Group Discussion
      • What must meeting professionals do differently to encourage this?
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    • 80. 1) Identify which learning techniques work and how to apply them in a variety of situations
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    • 81. 2) Discover what others are doing to create engaging learning experiences
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    • 82. 3) Understand the learning styles of various generations
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    • 83. Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats
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    • 84. jhurt@velvetchainsaw.com jeffhurtblog.com @JeffHurt