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  • 1. Review of “Show Your Work” ATD presentation Stan Skrabut, Ed.D. - @uwcesedtech Beth Gates - @BethGatesOnline
  • 2. We are now living in an ever changing world where new information is constantly coming our way. Ss Image ID:80508214
  • 3. As a worker in this world, you need to always be learning to stay current.
  • 4. It takes time and energy to develop courses, and much of the time the information is already obsolete. ssImage ID:104913923
  • 5. You want to have a way that you can stay current without having to leave your work. ssImage ID:166617758
  • 6. Let us show you how to learn and teach others in the moment.
  • 7. Image ID:192861515 To learn and teach others in the moment, we are talking about “Show Your Work” or “Working Out Loud.”
  • 8. Everyday, we are solving problems, we need answers now, and we can’t wait for a class to be developed. Image ID:135350393
  • 9. First of all, people like to share; this is something we learned in kindergarten.
  • 10. People in our organizations have knowledge, skills, and expertise; they should help to train others by sharing.
  • 11. Learners figured out they do not need an 8-hour class to learn.
  • 12. The benefits of showing your work apply to your organization and to you personally. Image ID:160520819
  • 13. You can capture information before people leave the organization. Email is where information goes to die.
  • 14. By showing your work, you increase transparency, innovation, and communication.
  • 15. By showing your work, you work in the moment; thus organizations are more flexible and agile to change.
  • 16. Showing your work, organizations can become more efficient; problem-solving needs are addressed immediately.
  • 17. Here are some ways you can benefit personally. Image ID:186636638
  • 18. By showing your work, you are on a path of lifelong learning by developing digital literacy skills.
  • 19. By sharing your expertise with others in your organization, you can strengthen your credibility.
  • 20. By tapping into shared knowledge from others, you can enhance your career.
  • 21. Showing your work does not have to be complicated. Free social media tools enable you to seek, make sense, and share information. Image ID:174838673
  • 22. Through your personal learning environment, you seek out new information, knowledge, and skills. Image ID:119930065
  • 23. Google+, Twitter, RSS feeds provide a steady stream of new information.
  • 24. Professional reading, whether journal articles, books, or trade publications, is a great way to stay current.
  • 25. Who has used YouTube to figure out how to fix your car? Used it for DIY projects in the home? Image ID:162464141
  • 26. You filter the information you collected as you begin to make sense of it. Image ID:62112811
  • 27. Social bookmarking tools such as Diigo and Delicious allow you to collect, annotate, and share resources.
  • 28. Blogging provides you with an opportunity to reflect and work through issues.
  • 29. With Twitter, you can favorite items for later
  • 30. Again, through your PLN, you curate, add value, and share information for the benefit of others. Image ID:136804580
  • 31. Blogging is a powerful way of sharing on a regular basis.
  • 32. Curating with tools like Pinterest is a great way to develop collections on different topics.
  • 33. People share what they know because they want to give back, interact with others, or maintaining a professional community.
  • 34. Naturally, when showing your work, there are some best or better practices to follow. Image ID:156585107
  • 35. Image ID:156134882 Andrew McAfee from a Harvard Business Review article suggests what you should post to show your work.
  • 36. You should regularly post about what you are working on, what you completed, how you did it, how you learned it, and lessons learned. Image ID:127071926
  • 37. Share links to the work of others, naturally, add something of value by explaining why it is important.
  • 38. Comment on the posts others provide. Help solve their problems or help them think through issues. Image ID:96443756
  • 39. Showing your work is not only about pushing out information, it is about the conversation.
  • 40. Support others by providing positive feedback such as +1’s, likes, shares, retweets, etc. Image ID:138716219
  • 41. Image ID:156134882 Andrew McAfee from a Harvard Business Review article suggests what you should not post to show your work.
  • 42. Don’t just talk about yourself, and don’t talk about trivial things. Work to add value. Image ID:100374263
  • 43. Take time to support your comments by doing your homework. Image ID:163152230
  • 44. Sex, politics, and religion should be off the table in a work environment; they are typically divisive topics.
  • 45. Don’t gossip about or attack others. You should be a positive force in the world not someone others avoid. Image ID:96492581
  • 46. Learning and Development leaders can take a number of steps to help others show their work. Image ID:194896274
  • 47. First of all, lead by example. Demonstrate to others how showing your work can be effective. Image ID:141819637
  • 48. Show others how they can use tools to find, collect, and share information. Image ID:111468761
  • 49. Help develop policies and protocols for sharing information. Image ID:103749203
  • 50. Highlight individuals who best exemplify showing their work.
  • 51. " L&D has wrestled with the challenge of making their work more of a process and less than an event. This is our chance." ~ Jane Bozarth
  • 52. Questions?
  • 53. Review of “Show Your Work” ATD presentation Stan Skrabut, Ed.D. - @uwcesedtech Beth Gates - @BethGatesOnline