1
2
3
4
Internet Pioneers built into its structure
collaborate
Sociologists
call this
Connection
New Products
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
3 Levels of
27
conversation, collaboration, collective action
Engagement
How can we help attendees get from the
first level to last?
28conversation, collaboration, collective action
30
31
Pair Squared
What does active
learning mean to you?
32
Pair Squared
Attendee A tells
Attendee B
33
Pair Squared
Pair turns to another pair
34
B tells 2nd pair what A said
A tells 2nd pair what B said
Repeat process
with 2...
So What ‘Cha Think?
35
Innovative
Conference
Formats
36
Body Voting
Innovative Conference Formats
37
Body Voting
Case Studies
Innovative Conference Formats
38
Critical Incidents
Innovative Conference Formats
39
Critical Incidents
Fishbowls
Innovative Conference Formats
40
Human
Spectagrams
Innovative Conference Formats
41
Jigsaw Grouping
Brainstorming
Innovative Conference Formats
42
Lecturette
Innovative Conference Formats
43
Lecturette
Mind Maps
Innovative Conference Formats
44
Open Space
Sessions
Innovative Conference Formats
45
Pair Squared
Innovative Conference Formats
46
Pair Squared
Peer2Peer
Roundtables
Innovative Conference Formats
47
Role Plays
Innovative Conference Formats
48
Role Plays
Structured
Note Taking
Innovative Conference Formats
49
World Cafe
Model
50
Innovative Conference Formats
Andragogy:
How Adults Learn
Based on research from
Professor and Education
Expert Malcolm Knowles
51
Andragogy:
52
Focus on good adult
learning strategies
14Adult
Learning
Principles
53
1) Learning is
54
fundamentally
social.
in the life of
55
connections
communities
2) Knowledge is integrated
& the
we maintain.
3) Learning is an act of
56
participation.
4) The of our learning
depends on the of our
participation.
depth
depth
57
5) Engagement is
joined at the hip with
empowerment.
58
6) Exclusion from
active participation equals
failure to learn.
59
7) WIIFM
60
(what’s in it for me) is
critical
8) BIG PICTURE
61
first then the details.
9) Where does this
62
fit in relation to the other
new info
stuff I already
know
10) Sell me on the WHY
I need to know this.
63
11) We are
problem-centered
rather than content-oriented.
64
12) Remove the
obstacles & barriers
from my learning please.
65
13) Repetition Repetition
Repetition Repetition
increases my retention of
critical information.
66
14)
Let me decide
how to learn it.
67
68
69
70
• AlexKess
• Images History
• Larskflem
• Stuck In Customs
• dankos-unlmtd
• Troy Holden
• Garry -visionandimagination.com...
jhurt@velvetchainsaw.com
velvetchainsaw.com
@JeffHurt
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
Innovative Techniques In Conference Formats For The Participatory Culture
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In a world of multi-tasking and high-tech innovations, today's attendee wants a meeting experience which will inspire and influence change. Presenters need to engage their hearts and minds by designing events which are interactive and stimulating. PowerPointless sessions and talking heads will not cut it any longer. Today's participatory culture expects something different.

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  1. 1. 1
  2. 2. 2
  3. 3. 3
  4. 4. 4
  5. 5. Internet Pioneers built into its structure collaborate
  6. 6. Sociologists call this
  7. 7. Connection
  8. 8. New Products
  9. 9. 16
  10. 10. 17
  11. 11. 18
  12. 12. 19
  13. 13. 20
  14. 14. 21
  15. 15. 22
  16. 16. 23
  17. 17. 24
  18. 18. 25
  19. 19. 26
  20. 20. 3 Levels of 27 conversation, collaboration, collective action Engagement
  21. 21. How can we help attendees get from the first level to last? 28conversation, collaboration, collective action
  22. 22. 30
  23. 23. 31
  24. 24. Pair Squared What does active learning mean to you? 32
  25. 25. Pair Squared Attendee A tells Attendee B 33
  26. 26. Pair Squared Pair turns to another pair 34 B tells 2nd pair what A said A tells 2nd pair what B said Repeat process with 2nd pair telling 1st pair
  27. 27. So What ‘Cha Think? 35
  28. 28. Innovative Conference Formats 36
  29. 29. Body Voting Innovative Conference Formats 37
  30. 30. Body Voting Case Studies Innovative Conference Formats 38
  31. 31. Critical Incidents Innovative Conference Formats 39
  32. 32. Critical Incidents Fishbowls Innovative Conference Formats 40
  33. 33. Human Spectagrams Innovative Conference Formats 41
  34. 34. Jigsaw Grouping Brainstorming Innovative Conference Formats 42
  35. 35. Lecturette Innovative Conference Formats 43
  36. 36. Lecturette Mind Maps Innovative Conference Formats 44
  37. 37. Open Space Sessions Innovative Conference Formats 45
  38. 38. Pair Squared Innovative Conference Formats 46
  39. 39. Pair Squared Peer2Peer Roundtables Innovative Conference Formats 47
  40. 40. Role Plays Innovative Conference Formats 48
  41. 41. Role Plays Structured Note Taking Innovative Conference Formats 49
  42. 42. World Cafe Model 50 Innovative Conference Formats
  43. 43. Andragogy: How Adults Learn Based on research from Professor and Education Expert Malcolm Knowles 51
  44. 44. Andragogy: 52 Focus on good adult learning strategies
  45. 45. 14Adult Learning Principles 53
  46. 46. 1) Learning is 54 fundamentally social.
  47. 47. in the life of 55 connections communities 2) Knowledge is integrated & the we maintain.
  48. 48. 3) Learning is an act of 56 participation.
  49. 49. 4) The of our learning depends on the of our participation. depth depth 57
  50. 50. 5) Engagement is joined at the hip with empowerment. 58
  51. 51. 6) Exclusion from active participation equals failure to learn. 59
  52. 52. 7) WIIFM 60 (what’s in it for me) is critical
  53. 53. 8) BIG PICTURE 61 first then the details.
  54. 54. 9) Where does this 62 fit in relation to the other new info stuff I already know
  55. 55. 10) Sell me on the WHY I need to know this. 63
  56. 56. 11) We are problem-centered rather than content-oriented. 64
  57. 57. 12) Remove the obstacles & barriers from my learning please. 65
  58. 58. 13) Repetition Repetition Repetition Repetition increases my retention of critical information. 66
  59. 59. 14) Let me decide how to learn it. 67
  60. 60. 68
  61. 61. 69
  62. 62. 70
  63. 63. • AlexKess • Images History • Larskflem • Stuck In Customs • dankos-unlmtd • Troy Holden • Garry -visionandimagination.com • NuageDeNuit
  64. 64. jhurt@velvetchainsaw.com velvetchainsaw.com @JeffHurt
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