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Remarkable
LEARNING EXPERIENCES
Charbel Semaan, Director of Marketing
t @charbeljs • @mindtickle • mindtickle.com
Make
sandwiches
Something remarkable is
worthy of our attention.
(Would you notice an orange cow?)
Remarkable design is critical
to win our attention.
(Do you think learners have “attentional blinks”?)
Read 'Attentional B...
When we recall
something remarkable,
we retain it.
(Cues are important to retrieving memories.)
Read 'Memory Improved By S...
When we retain it,
we share it.
(“You’ve got to__________!”)
When we share it,
others share it.
(Think folklore, retweets, social shares.)
When others share it
with others who then
share it with others...
...it goes viral.
Imagine your
employees...
engaging recalling
retaining sharing
Dieter Rams’ Ten Principles of “Good Design”
Good design...
Image from http://startupsthisishowdesignworks.com
Create remarkable learning experiences.
Voted #1 at Gamification Summit 2012 and 2013
"Best Use of Engagement Techniques in...
Visit http://bit.ly/mindtickle-slb
l Download these slides
l Get a free guide
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Creating Remarkable Learning Experiences - A MindTickle Recipe

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Creating Remarkable Learning Experiences - A MindTickle Recipe

  1. 1. Remarkable LEARNING EXPERIENCES Charbel Semaan, Director of Marketing t @charbeljs • @mindtickle • mindtickle.com
  2. 2. Make sandwiches
  3. 3. Something remarkable is worthy of our attention. (Would you notice an orange cow?)
  4. 4. Remarkable design is critical to win our attention. (Do you think learners have “attentional blinks”?) Read 'Attentional Blink and the Stream of Consciousness'
  5. 5. When we recall something remarkable, we retain it. (Cues are important to retrieving memories.) Read 'Memory Improved By Saying Words Aloud'
  6. 6. When we retain it, we share it. (“You’ve got to__________!”)
  7. 7. When we share it, others share it. (Think folklore, retweets, social shares.)
  8. 8. When others share it with others who then share it with others... ...it goes viral.
  9. 9. Imagine your employees... engaging recalling retaining sharing
  10. 10. Dieter Rams’ Ten Principles of “Good Design” Good design... Image from http://startupsthisishowdesignworks.com
  11. 11. Create remarkable learning experiences. Voted #1 at Gamification Summit 2012 and 2013 "Best Use of Engagement Techniques in Human Resources"
  12. 12. Visit http://bit.ly/mindtickle-slb l Download these slides l Get a free guide l Get an exclusive sneak peek

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