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Sticky Teaching

What we know today about the brain suggest a completely different way to teach than we've been doing already. This is sticky teaching - 6 ways to re-think our approach to audience engagement.

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Sticky Teaching

  1. 1. Chris Lema
  2. 2. Awakenthe Intrigue A
  3. 3. Begin &End Often B
  4. 4. Create lotsof Contrast C
  5. 5. Draw themin w/ Stories D
  6. 6. EmotiondrivesAttention E
  7. 7. Focus onthe Big Idea F

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What we know today about the brain suggest a completely different way to teach than we've been doing already. This is sticky teaching - 6 ways to re-think our approach to audience engagement.

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