Transcript 16 February 2012

08:30:09 pm lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How are you tonight?
08:30:09 pm Quinnovator: get ready for 90 mins of the #lrnchat memestream: duck or, better yet, join!
08:30:13 pm reubentozman: RT @JaneBozarth: @reubentozman you gonna show up and make trouble? Huh? Are you? Huh?->is @learnnuggets gonna show? #Lrnchat
08:30:28 pm JaneBozarth: Those who attended the Social Media Rodeo at #Training2012: This is the #lrnchat I told you about… http://t.co/iwQ3zIbY
08:31:03 pm lrnchat: New to #lrnchat ? We have rules available here: http://t.co/755c8oIh
08:31:20 pm TrainingSystems: RT @lrnchat: Tonight’s #lrnchat topic is the power of story for learning and more. Join us in 1 hour! http://t.co/44KgwDqI for details.
08:31:20 pm Quinnovator: on ipad and iphone in bar in wastelands of OC for tonite’s #lrnchat, er, may not be as fast & furious as ever…
08:31:50 pm urbie: #lrnchat maximum tweet verbosity the next 90 odd minutes. tonight’s topik: something about storey
08:32:02 pm lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week?
08:32:09 pm Quinnovator: welcome to new and returning #lrnchat participants
08:32:10 pm billcush: Super! RT @lrnchat: Welcome to #lrnchat! How are you tonight?
08:32:32 pm reubentozman: Good evening…ready for a short Lrnchat.
#Lrnchat
08:33:03 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week?
08:33:04 pm professorjosh: @Quinnovator Don’t forget people can use http://t.co/heCb4vec to temporarily mute people on #lrnchat if they don’t want to be overwhelmed
08:33:22 pm chris_saeger: Q0) fm roanoke va, all things learning, lrnd–hospital cust svc is more about the non-medical svcs like billing and registration #lrnchat
08:33:30 pm JaneBozarth: Q0: Fire Eating Showgirl, Citizen of Raleigh NC with a summer home on Planet Jane. #lrnchat
08:33:43 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @Quinnovator: get ready for 90 mins of the #lrnchat memestream: duck or, better yet, join!
08:33:46 pm knackedgary: Q0 Jordan from Vermont. Learned me some GIT this week. #lrnchat
08:33:48 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat hi Zara here
08:34:06 pm reubentozman: Q0) Reuben Tozman CLO edCetra Training. Tired. #Lrnchat
08:34:16 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q0 urbie delgado, instructional designer, arizona, learned this week about crowdsourced (?) spelling a-la http://t.co/Zt6IkAy3
08:34:23 pm billcush: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week?
08:34:44 pm ActivateLearn: @JaneBozarth @lrnchat #lrnchat I’m an apology this week as catching up for lunch with old colleagues. Enjoy, and will read transcript later!
08:35:10 pm JaneBozarth: Q0. Learned about Path. Learning about boundaries. Apparently some are invisible. #lrnchat
08:35:40 pm Quinnovator: and don’t forget the Official #lrnchat Drinking Game™ http://t.co/VeuihVpN (drinks at the ready!)
08:35:40 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat lend 2 yr olds do nasty things like eat old raisin off floor
08:35:48 pm reubentozman: Reading Ray Kurzweil and learning alot. #Lrnchat
08:36:20 pm JaneBozarth: RT @Quinnovator: and don’t forget the Official #lrnchat Drinking Game™ http://t.co/VeuihVpN (drinks at the ready!)
08:36:33 pm MJK60631: Q0) We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week?
08:36:33 pm knackedgary: @Quinnovator Genesee Cream Ale at the ready #lrnchat
08:36:59 pm billcush: Q0) Lowly practitioner in Denver or Mountain View. This week I learned coaching and follow up sessions can work. #lrnchat
08:37:02 pm wbendle: what the heck is #lrnchat ?
08:37:13 pm Jen_Cason: Q0) Jen Cason, Columbus, GA, collaboration rocks! #lrnchat
08:37:16 pm lewismal: Malcolm here from rural Queensland. I can’t recall anythink I learnt this week. Unusal 4 me. #lrnchat
08:37:17 pm c_clavin: Q0: L&D Professional in med device industry. Social Lrng enthusiast. Learned about IgniteTech’s YouTube 4 the enterprise this week #lrnchat
08:37:27 pm billcush: Q0)…especially with willing managers. #lrnchat
08:37:39 pm c_clavin: RT @lrnchat: Q0) We begin w/ the weekly #lrnchat welcome: Introduce yourself. Where are you from? What have you learned this week?
08:38:30 pm Tracy_Parish: @wbendle just check this out for an explanation. http://t.co/KF2hBnf5 #lrnchat
08:38:51 pm Quinnovator: Clark Quinn, learning tech guy, consultant/author/speaker, genial malcontent, Walnut Creek CA (usually) #lrnchat
08:39:04 pm professorjosh: A1) Professor Josh – Orlando, FL Valencia College – I learned about new site called http://t.co/alH3uWl1 & more at @socialfresh #lrnchat
08:39:17 pm britz: Q0) Mark Britz, Mngr Learning Solutions in ‘Cuse NY …OK, I’m done reading and now ready to start …reading… #lrnchat
08:39:29 pm chris_saeger: RT @knackedgary: @Quinnovator Genesee Cream Ale at the ready <that reminds me of a story about a time in college in upstate NY #lrnchat
08:39:40 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat why do we have the shortest memories? As an I’d ican’t remember anything
08:39:48 pm marciamarcia: For new followers, I often #lrnchat Thur nights. Tonight’s topic: Story. Please chime in even if your’re not in the chat.
08:39:51 pm audioswhite: Q0) Stephen White in The Lehigh Valley Pa. learned a bunch about MVS (mobile visual search) #lrnchat
08:40:01 pm MJK60631: Q0) Melissa from Chicago, IL. I learned that standing up for what you want might be scary, but well worth the gained self-esteem. #lrnchat
08:40:03 pm JD_Dillon: Q0) JD from Orlando … Learning all about leveraging Google services to increase collaboration. #lrnchat
08:40:04 pm lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:40:20 pm wbendle: @Tracy_Parish Groovy! Thanks! I’m game! #lrnchat
08:40:32 pm JaneBozarth: Have been conducting highly scientific experiments with Root and Snap liquers, btw. #lrnchat
08:40:34 pm minutebio: Jeff Goldman – eLearning designer in Baltimore, MD #lrnchat
08:40:36 pm dawnjmahoney: #lrnchat I’ve learned … Um…senior leadership sometimes like to hear themself talk
08:40:39 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q1) Whats the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:40:40 pm MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:40:41 pm britz: @dawnjmahoney ur too kind Dawn🙂 #lrnchat
08:40:43 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) storytelling can bring practical application to seemingly complex topics #lrnchat
08:40:50 pm ZaraLynnKing: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:41:01 pm billcush: RT @lrnchat: Q1) Whats the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:41:08 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:41:16 pm marciamarcia: What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:41:17 pm Quinnovator: learned: underwear & socks washed in sink and hung before room heater will dry in a few hours (missed flight connection :p) #lrnchat
08:41:30 pm JD_Dillon: @dawnjmahoney sometimes? Oh the joy! #lrnchat
08:41:33 pm audioswhite: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:41:43 pm marciamarcia: RT @JD_Dillon: Storytelling can bring practical application to seemingly complex topics. #lrnchat
08:41:53 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q1 the role of storytelling in how you teach and learn begins with kick-starting interest; like the story problems from 3rd grade
08:42:00 pm wbendle: A1: Story telling is massively important. People remember vivid / concrete stories. #lrnchat
08:42:03 pm LearnNuggets: Kevin – a.k.a NuggetHead. Visual Narrative Instructionologist. In and out tonight. #lrnchat
08:42:03 pm chris_saeger: Q1) many roles for stories, collecting sme data, creating scenarios, memorable presentations. #lrnchat
08:42:05 pm billcush: Q1) Storytelling hits emotions which makes things more memorable. Aids learning. #lrnchat
08:42:06 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:42:18 pm elearningguy: @Quinnovator In a bar? Do your tweets get more creative as the #lrnchat goes on?😉
08:42:48 pm dawnjmahoney: RT @marciamarcia: What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:42:58 pm wbendle: A1: Story telling can take abstract concepts and make them more understandable. #lrnchat
08:43:00 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @wbendle: A1: Story telling is massively important. People remember vivid / concrete stories. #lrnchat
08:43:05 pm coyenator: Q0 sorry I’m late, work in virtual learning, East Texas, got a feeling there’s a lot of learning tonight🙂 #lrnchat
08:43:06 pm lewismal: Q1 People relate to stories more than data, or models it gets them in and builds a bridge to higher learning. #lrnchat
08:43:07 pm Jen_Cason: Q1) makes dry content (compliance) more interesting; anecdotes are easier to remember than random factoids #lrnchat
08:43:11 pm billcush: @Quinnovator Yikes. You know, I wonder now if I’d rather miss my flight or put on wet undies and socks to make my flight…hmm #lrnchat
08:43:13 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat it is in our nature to compare and learn from experience
08:43:05 pm Tracy_Parish: Not feeling great so I’m mostly lurking in #lrnchat tonight.
08:43:05 pm coyenator: Q0 sorry I’m late, work in virtual learning, East Texas, got a feeling there’s a lot of learning tonight🙂 #lrnchat
08:43:06 pm lewismal: Q1 People relate to stories more than data, or models it gets them in and builds a bridge to higher learning. #lrnchat
08:43:07 pm Jen_Cason: Q1) makes dry content (compliance) more interesting; anecdotes are easier to remember than random factoids #lrnchat
08:43:11 pm billcush: @Quinnovator Yikes. You know, I wonder now if I’d rather miss my flight or put on wet undies and socks to make my flight…hmm #lrnchat
08:43:13 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat it is in our nature to compare and learn from experience
08:43:19 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) Storytelling connects to learners on a deeper level with more emotion than training can muster. #lrnchat
08:43:23 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q1 cont., but instead of how long it takes Train A from blah blah blah it’s about getting the learner to form ideas in their noggin
08:43:26 pm Quinnovator: q1) stories convey context, match our brains allowing brain to fill in, and make interesting #lrnchat
08:43:29 pm minutebio: Q1) Stories show concrete examples of how skills/knowledge have been applied and the results. #lrnchat
08:43:32 pm reubentozman: Q1 Stories can be a strong stimulus for reflection.Can embed all kinds of things to get us going. Often misused in training however #Lrnchat
08:43:38 pm JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways ‘content’ may not #lrnchat
08:43:40 pm coyenator: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:43:46 pm minutebio: RT @ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat it is in our nature to compare and learn from experience #lrnchat
08:43:50 pm britz: Q1) In our social networks we tells stories continually – by sharing and engaging w/ others we build a deep narratives #lrnchat
08:43:53 pm minutebio: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Storytelling connects to learners on a deeper level with more emotion than training can muster. #lrnchat
08:44:01 pm lewismal: Q1 We have evolved to relate to stories not to diagrams. Stories connect concepts & contexts. #lrnchat
08:44:02 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q1 cont, and once it’s in their noggin they can get to re-combobulating based on their need/interests .. everyone does story
08:44:03 pm JD_Dillon: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways ‘content’ may not #lrnchat
08:44:06 pm dawnjmahoney: RT @knackedgary: Q1 It makes the information memorable, personal. It paints a whole picture. And it’s fun to be the story teller #lrnchat
08:44:09 pm c_clavin: RT @lrnchat: Q1) What’s the role of storytelling in how you teach and how you learn? #lrnchat
08:44:16 pm elearningguy: Sadly I’ll be holding off for the AM #lrnchat. Long day today. Looking forward to the transcript!
08:44:23 pm Quinnovator: RT @professorjosh: Don’t forget people can use http://t.co/lchRd6Fl to temporarily mute people on #lrnchat if don’t want to be overwhelmed
08:44:26 pm wbendle: A1: Some of the best technical books I’ve read have meaningful stories laced throughout. #lrnchat
08:44:35 pm lewismal: RT +1 @reubentozman: Q1 Stories can be a strong stimulus for reflection. #lrnchat
08:44:36 pm britz: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways content may not / context, yes! #lrnchat
08:44:52 pm coyenator: Q1 storytelling is best for learning and remembering the important stuff, they touch heart and head #lrnchat
08:44:53 pm LearnNuggets: Q1) Let me tell you a story… Stories can be wrapped around any instruction. For individuals or entire orgs. #lrnchat
08:45:09 pm ZaraLynnKing: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways ‘content’ may not #lrnchat
08:45:09 pm marciamarcia: Stories are a model we’ve known since we were little. They’re compelling and telling and (usually) interesting. #lrnchat
08:45:18 pm wbendle: A1: Stories are memorable. Data…. not so much. #lrnchat
08:45:43 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @LearnNuggets: Q1) Let me tell you a story… Stories can be wrapped around any instruction. For individuals or entire orgs. #lrnchat
08:45:47 pm coyenator: RT @wbendle: A1: Story telling can take abstract concepts and make them more understandable. #lrnchat [absolutely]
08:45:49 pm lewismal: Q1 Stories provide concrete foundatiosn for higher concepts #lrnchat
08:45:50 pm dawnjmahoney: #lrnchat stories, ESP when learned tell theirs show they’ve learned & developed in their role
08:45:54 pm reubentozman: Q1 I don’t think this is a stories vs training vs content. Learning is a response to stimulus. Stories can be an effective stimulus #Lrnchat
08:45:58 pm billcush: Q1) Let me tell ya story ’bout a man named Jed… #lrnchat
08:45:59 pm CUtrain: RT @knackedgary: Q1 It makes the information memorable, personal. It paints a whole picture. And it’s fun to be the story teller #lrnchat
08:46:01 pm britz: RT @coyenator: Q1 storytelling is best for learning and remembering the important stuff, they touch heart and head #lrnchat
08:46:14 pm JaneBozarth: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) normal people use stories to relate information, trainers use flow charts and ppt. Why? #lrnchat
08:46:17 pm theCMEguy: Q1: Lectures bore. Storytelling stimulates. #lrnchat
08:46:21 pm LearnEmergency: RT @marciamarcia: Stories are a model we’ve known since we were little. They’re compelling and telling and (usually) interesting. #lrnchat
08:46:23 pm sahana2802: @britz thank you! And would love to know what you think. Say hi to my #lrnchat friends. Missing them lots. Work at home takes up this slot.
08:46:27 pm Quinnovator: q1) stories are like a catalyst for processing meaning #lrnchat
08:46:39 pm treverreeh: Math and robots! http://t.co/hGSFyJqz #edtech #edchat #lrnchat @isteconnects @nsf @stemfinity
08:46:39 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @wbendle A1 exactly! memorable because storytelling is personal #lrnchat
08:46:40 pm marciamarcia: A theme in #innochat today was analogies. Stories provide great metaphor & analogy too. #lrnchat
08:46:43 pm LearnNuggets: Q1) when someone tells me a story about their experiences, they reach; I learn #lrnchat
08:46:52 pm billcush: Q1) I have told many stories about people studying for the series 7 exam and how they did it and how they over came to pass…. #lrnchat
08:46:52 pm reubentozman: RT @wbendle: A1: Stories are memorable. Data… not so much. ->disagree. Did u know people waste 2 hrs of every day looking 4 stuff #Lrnchat
08:46:52 pm knackedgary: Q1 Stories can target the intuitive and holistic right brain. Often contrasts our more language based teaching methods #lrnchat
08:46:55 pm chris_saeger: Q1) stories go way back to myth, legend and parable #lrnchat
08:47:06 pm c_clavin: To my followers, I will be participating in a twitter chat tonight #lrnchat. topic is power of storytelling for learning. check it out!
08:47:06 pm JD_Dillon: RT @Quinnovator: q1) stories are like a catalyst for processing meaning #lrnchat
08:47:12 pm lewismal: Q1 Stories get people listening if you entertain them #lrnchat
08:47:18 pm Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways ‘content’ may not #lrnchat
08:47:21 pm MJK60631: Taught colleague how to use Twitter using a story about a Popeye cartoon. She’s never forgotten & now shares w/others. #lrnchat
08:47:24 pm billcush: Q1) …helps people to think, “I can do that…” #lrnchat
08:47:32 pm LearnNuggets: RT @britz: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways content may not / context, yes! #lrnchat
08:47:38 pm SearchInstitute: We’re at #nce12! Stop by the Search Institute booth (437) tomorrow and chat with our Sr. Education Specialist Eileen. #lrnchat
08:47:49 pm theCMEguy: @Quinnovator @professorjosh Tweetbot gives you a mute filter #lrnchat
08:48:01 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) People seek out and pay money for stories (TV, movies, etc). You need to beg them to complete training. Deeper meaning? #lrnchat
08:48:02 pm lewismal: Q1 Stories are funny and funny is a good hook for learning. #lrnchat
08:48:05 pm billcush: Q1)…helps people think, “I can do that too…” #lrnchat
08:48:10 pm reubentozman: RT @theCMEguy: Q1: Lectures bore. Storytelling stimulates. -> guess you’ve never been to a good lecture #Lrnchat
08:48:16 pm ValaAfshar: Life is a handful of short stories, pretending to be a novel. unknown #lrnchat
08:48:18 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat as children we mimic to develop skills to live and as we grow we need to do the same
08:48:19 pm marciamarcia: @wbendle Is this where I offer a story about data? #lrnchat
08:48:20 pm kasey428: RT @Quinnovator: q1) stories are like a catalyst for processing meaning #lrnchat
08:48:24 pm wbendle: A1: When teaching through stories, one needs to provide opportunities for the audience to see themselves in the story. #lrnchat
08:48:26 pm coyenator: Q1 from TED, There’s peril in a single story – storytelling helps us expand understanding & lessen stereotypes http://t.co/YkFdW1Xe #lrnchat
08:48:29 pm theCMEguy: Depends on your data, no? RT @wbendle: A1: Stories are memorable. Data…. not so much. #lrnchat
08:48:38 pm billcush: RT @MJK60631: Taught colleague how to use Twitter using a story about a Popeye cartoon. Shes never forgotten & now shares w/others. #lrnchat
08:48:58 pm britz: RT @reubentozman: RT @theCMEguy: Q1: Lectures bore. Storytelling stimulates. -> guess youve never been to a good lecture #lrnchat
08:49:17 pm marciamarcia: Storytelling is personal. -@AnaCristinaPrts (and we connect with people personally so stories are a bridge in) #lrnchat
08:49:17 pm CUtrain: q1) stories make it relevant, interesting, emotional & applicable #lrnchat
08:49:17 pm billcush: Q1) There once was a Data from Nantucket…. #lrnchat
08:49:23 pm Quinnovator: @billcush missed last flight, had to stay over, no clean undies/socks, but had clean dry by morn! (sink-wash, heater-dry) #Lrnchat
08:49:27 pm coyenator: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways ‘content’ may not #lrnchat
08:49:30 pm wbendle: @theCMEguy correct! #lrnchat
08:49:56 pm theCMEguy: @reubentozman I have. They told good stories.😉 #lrnchat
08:49:59 pm knackedgary: @billcush @MJK60631 New to twitter, would love to hear the Popeye story #lrnchat
08:50:14 pm wbendle: RT @billcush: Q1) There once was a Data from Nantucket…. wouldn’t that be datum? #lrnchat
08:50:16 pm aaronesilvers: Q1) stories provide a base pattern for us to predict what comes next. #lrnchat
08:50:24 pm usablelearning: Sadly, I don’t have time to participate in #lrnchat tonight, but I’m keeping the window open just to watch @reubentozman mix it up.
08:50:29 pm audioswhite: Q1) lists of features, instructions = content. what/how those features, directions do/impact you is the story #lrnchat
08:50:48 pm professorjosh: A1) #Storytelling connects learners to the teacher, sharing real examples they can relate to & helping w/ memory connections #lrnchat
08:50:54 pm aaronesilvers: Oh and hey, I’m Aaron Silvers. I like to party. #lrnchat
08:51:05 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat for the non tangible stories make it real
08:51:08 pm lewismal: Q1 The stories we tell connects with the stories of others #lrnchat
08:51:11 pm reubentozman: Q1 4 those pitting stories against other things like lectures, where do u differentiate? #Lrnchat
08:51:14 pm billcush: @quinnovator Ah…got it. #lrnchat
08:51:17 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @marciamarcia and by adding visuals, animations, music, learners remember stories more easily; whether their own or abt a topic #lrnchat
08:51:21 pm urbie: #lrnchat the thing i like about story is how it’s sorta like repurposing something for different languages .. except it’s ideas .. diversity
08:51:51 pm therealprotonk: @aaronesilvers Foucauldians, hit the mute button on tweetbot right now.😛 #lrnchat
08:51:54 pm lewismal: All stories remind me of campfire stories of the days hunt. #lrnchat
08:52:12 pm marciamarcia: @aaronesilvers My fave stories are those I can’t predict where they’re going or I think I can but learn fast I’m wrong! #lrnchat
08:52:13 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @coyenator: RT @JaneBozarth: Q1 provides context and situation, engages others in ways ‘content’ may not #lrnchat
08:52:19 pm Quinnovator: RT @aaronesilvers: Q1) stories provide a base pattern for us to predict what comes next. #lrnchat < and fill in the gaps so can be ‘lean’
08:52:28 pm reubentozman: @usablelearning I ain’t gonna be able to stay the whole time. #Lrnchat
08:53:10 pm kasey428: Q1) It gives content a face, maybe a name, a dilemma to resolve, and an ending. And it is far better than reading a list of laws. #lrnchat
08:53:53 pm lewismal: Q1 Stories with fool character connect with the foll that every learner #lrnchat
08:53:56 pm theCMEguy: @reubentozman Good question. I tend to equate lectures with formal; storytelling with informal. But that’s my own bias #lrnchat
08:53:57 pm lesleywprice: hey guys…sorry I’m late..don’t know how long I will stay ..been out picked up on this but its a bit late here in UK #lrnchat
08:54:09 pm marciamarcia: We remember what we connect with. Often that’s a good story. Let’s not pretend we remember b/c it’s a story tho. #lrnchat
08:54:16 pm aaronesilvers: @marciamarcia of course. That’s what keeps us engaged. Because something happens we can accept but didn’t accept. like #magic #lrnchat
08:54:19 pm JaneBozarth: When I think story I think of arc: character, challenge/journey, resolution. Idea of progression and outcome. #lrnchat
08:54:33 pm wbendle: A1: When teaching, it is easier to remember a story or two than it is to ramble through some nauseating ppt slides. #lrnchat
08:54:43 pm audioswhite: Q1 storytelling provides meaning, relevance, character the things we like in music movies novels etc. … And in learning #lrnchat
08:54:49 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @reubentozman Q1 A lot depends on context; after lecture learner needs 2 “storytell”/process info, making sense of data/info #lrnchat
08:54:58 pm Quinnovator: @AnaCristinaPrts @marciamarcia only if extra media are aligned, otherwise extraneous, distraction #lrnchat
08:55:02 pm lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:55:11 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @marciamarcia: We remember what we connect with. Often that’s a good story. Let’s not pretend we remember b/c it’s a story tho. #lrnchat
08:55:15 pm reubentozman: RT @marciamarcia: We remember what we connect with. Often thats a good story. Lets not pretend we remember b/c its a story tho. #Lrnchat
08:55:28 pm wbendle: RT @audioswhite: Q1 storytelling provides meaning, relevance, character the things we like in music movies novels. And in learning #lrnchat
08:55:35 pm lesleywprice: q1) I like stories..reminds me of how I used to explain things to my kids and also my students…gives context rather than content #lrnchat
08:55:36 pm lewismal: Q1 Stories ship metaphors well. #lrnchat
08:55:38 pm marciamarcia: RT @JaneBozarth: When I think story I think of arc: character, challenge/journey, resolution. Idea of progression and outcome. #lrnchat
08:55:40 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:55:41 pm c_clavin: Q1)storytelling=useful tool when used 2 provide ex./emphasize point. Not useful when used b/c u like to talk about yourself. #lrnchat
08:55:43 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) Stories have a beginning, middle, and end. Training often forgets to “end.” #lrnchat
08:55:49 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @marciamarcia Q1 storytelling is making sense. Making sense is what one does in life #lrnchat
08:56:05 pm MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:56:13 pm JaneBozarth: Q2 The one where the career gubmint employee learns you have to create your own reality and craft the career you want. Oh, wait… #lrnchat
08:56:24 pm CUtrain: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:56:26 pm lewismal: Q2 Stories of kids who turn out good despite early and ongoing disadvantage. #lrnchat
08:56:36 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) Working with Disney, we trained, learned, and worked with stories. The story was everything. #lrnchat
08:56:36 pm lesleywprice: q2) still remember best one I heard from a professor..always stayed in my head but too long to explain here🙂
#lrnchat
08:56:37 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @Quinnovator @marciamarcia Aligned media – that is where using tech appropriately 2 context makes a difference #lrnchat
08:56:44 pm Quinnovator: RT @marciamarcia: @AnaCristinaPrts A really good story needs nothing more than a voice dripping energy and life. #lrnchat
08:56:45 pm lewismal: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:57:01 pm wbendle: RT @MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:57:05 pm marciamarcia: @JD_Dillon And here I was thinking it’s the beginning that’s off! And let’s not even talk about the middle… #lrnchat
08:57:15 pm c_clavin: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:57:22 pm wbendle: RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Working with Disney, we trained, learned, and worked with stories. The story was everything. #lrnchat
08:57:29 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) The best stories connect to listeners, draw emotion, create meaning, and DON’T KILL people. #lrnchat
08:57:53 pm marciamarcia: What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:58:07 pm Gerrymac: RT @Quinnovator: RT @professorjosh: Don’t forget people can use http://t.co/lchRd6Fl to temporarily mute people on #lrnchat if don’t want to be overwhelmed
08:58:07 pm wbendle: A2: The more specific, vivid and relatable… the better. #lrnchat
08:58:18 pm Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:58:24 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q2) What stories have been valuable to you? #lrnchat
08:58:27 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @wbendle: A1: When teaching, it is easier to remember a story or two than it is to ramble through some nauseating ppt slides. #lrnchat
08:58:28 pm LeftyJack: RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Working with Disney, we trained, learned, and worked with stories. The story was everything. #lrnchat
08:58:31 pm reubentozman: Q2 it’s the stories I’ve created by living my life that have been the most valuable #Lrnchat
08:58:32 pm britz: Q2) Aesop fables have been most valuable throughout my life. so appropriate in multiple settings …powerful simplicity #lrnchat
08:58:35 pm CUtrain: Q2) the ones with humor, applicability, and teachable moment. #lrnchat
08:58:40 pm lesleywprice: q2) my fav story involved overzealous social worker climbing through a window…lesson….don’t get over involved! #lrnchat
08:58:46 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat the parable of the sower of the seeds. Always sow in good soil
08:58:48 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q2 the story that has been most valuable to me over the years is the one about the dog eating my homework.
08:59:00 pm ZaraLynnKing: RT @britz: Q2) Aesop fables have been most valuable throughout my life. so appropriate in multiple settings …powerful simplicity #lrnchat
08:59:04 pm ValaAfshar: Storytelling helps us relate, connect and reflect – clarity of purpose. #lrnchat
08:59:04 pm lewismal: @JD_Dillon U taught me something. “The best stories — DON’T KILL people.” #lrnchat
08:59:07 pm lesleywprice: RT @CUtrain: Q2) the ones with humor, applicability, and teachable moment. #lrnchat
08:59:18 pm kasey428: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q2 the story that has been most valuable to me over the years is the one about the dog eating my homework. #lrnchat
08:59:19 pm theCMEguy: @lrnchat q2: my orthopedics prof in grad school read us Dr. Suess’ “Oh The Places You’ll Go” in our last class. Not a dry eye… #lrnchat
08:59:20 pm JaneBozarth: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q2 the story that has been most valuable to me over the years is the one about the dog eating my homework. #lrnchat
08:59:35 pm CUtrain: RT @wbendle: A1: When teaching, it is easier to remember a story or two than it is to ramble through some nauseating ppt slides. #lrnchat
08:59:59 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) Stories about changing people’s lives through simple actions that the audience can replicate. #lrnchat
09:00:04 pm Quinnovator: Q2) the one where the protagonist realizes the ‘received wisdom’ has an agenda #lrnchat
09:00:13 pm CUtrain: RT @reubentozman: Q2 it’s the stories I’ve created by living my life that have been the most valuable #Lrnchat
09:00:29 pm ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat hard to pick really one. It is about knowing the audience and finding what relates
09:00:30 pm knackedgary: “@theCMEguy: Ohh man. Way to bring Seuss into it #lrnchat
09:00:34 pm CUtrain: RT @ZaraLynnKing: #lrnchat the parable of the sower of the seeds. Always sow in good soil
09:00:42 pm chris_saeger: Q3) story about a quality prgm. started w/ blame, then agree 2 get data & surprise finish, root cause was not what they thought. #lrnchat
09:00:43 pm Quinnovator: RT @CUtrain Q2) the ones with humor, applicability, and teachable moment. #lrnchat
09:00:47 pm lesleywprice: RT @kasey428: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q2 modern version is homework has been frazzled by microwave🙂 #lrnchat
09:00:55 pm Jen_Cason: RT @ZaraLynnKing #lrnchat the parable of the sower of the seeds. Always sow in good soil. -> and don’t worry about what happens to the seed
09:01:24 pm CUtrain: Indeed! RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Stories about changing people’s lives through simple actions that the audience can replicate. #lrnchat
09:01:28 pm JaneBozarth: RT @Quinnovator: RT @CUtrain Q2) the ones with humor, applicability, and teachable moment. #lrnchat
09:01:30 pm coyenator: Q2 stories I’ve loved, cathedral story .. laying stone, building a wall or the vision to play sm part in eventual cathedral #lrnchat
09:01:31 pm marciamarcia: One of my favorite stories of all times is Stone Soup. Loved sharing that with my son. #lrnchat
09:01:38 pm macgeo: Q2: My grandfather putting a stick in the mafia’s eye; also how real people solve real problems #lrnchat
09:01:39 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) The stories that make me think “I want that” or “I can do that!” #lrnchat
09:01:41 pm lewismal: Q2 I like story of how a parachutist lands in a sewage-farm cause he keeps looking over his shoulder thus steering closer & closer #lrnchat
09:01:44 pm AnaCristinaPrts: Q2 Stories that made me reflect, sparked new paths of thought/action; stories that taught me something meaningful #lrnchat
09:01:50 pm lesleywprice: RT @Quinnovator: @CUtrain Q2) the ones with humor, applicability, and teachable moment < think bringing in humour is so important #lrnchat
09:02:02 pm JaneBozarth: The story that ends: “Yes, you can teach a turkey to climb a tree, but wouldn’t it make more sense to hire a squirrel?” #lrnchat
09:02:04 pm Quinnovator: Q2) the TED talk where even the janitor is making tough and wise decisions #lrnchat
09:02:13 pm anicole87: Hey #lrnchat — waving from above 10,000 feet. Headed back to San Fran! how you doing tonight?
09:02:15 pm shrikale: RT @marciamarcia: RT @JD_Dillon: Storytelling can bring practical application to seemingly complex topics. #lrnchat
09:02:16 pm ZaraLynnKing: @Jen_Cason #lrnchat give the tools and let them grow
09:02:57 pm wbendle: A2: Story about Thomas Edison’s first patent Electronic Vote Counter. No one wanted it Changed his focus & changed all of our lives #lrnchat
09:03:05 pm JaneBozarth: The story that starts: “Once upon a time there was a manager who was extremely clear about the desired performance change…” #lrnchat
09:03:06 pm Quinnovator: Q2) the one where wisdom trumps ‘smart’ #lrnchat
09:03:08 pm MJK60631: Q2) Story is valuable when it connects w/an emotion, a desire. Can be negatively or positively charged, but it must evoke feeling. #lrnchat
09:03:25 pm britz: Q2) As a former history teacher my students relived the great struggles & triumphs of humanity. everyday a new story starts #lrnchat
09:03:28 pm professorjosh: Q2) The ones that a connection is made,a story you can relate to or learn from, that “Aha Moment!” #lrnchat
09:03:49 pm JaneBozarth: The story that ends, “So you see, trust is cheaper than control.” #lrnchat
09:03:58 pm coyenator: Q2 Stories where I think I know how it is going to go but takes an unexpected turn in a different way or direction #lrnchat
09:04:11 pm coyenator: RT @marciamarcia: One of my favorite stories of all times is Stone Soup. Loved sharing that with my son. #lrnchat (me too)
09:04:17 pm ZaraLynnKing: @JaneBozarth #lrnchat and not the compliance explanation
09:04:26 pm Quinnovator: Q2) The Hero’s Journey #lrnchat
09:04:33 pm marciamarcia: Another favorite story is “If I Ran the Zoo” (seems all too fitting, huh?) #lrnchat
09:04:43 pm knackedgary: Q2 Endurance… that one about Shackleton. Never give up. #lrnchat
09:04:46 pm wbendle: A2: You can give a man a fish and feed him for a day. You teach him to fish, you feed him for life. Valuable story! #lrnchat
09:05:03 pm reubentozman: RT @britz:Q2)As a former history teacher my students relived the great struggles & triumphs of humanity.everyday a new story starts #Lrnchat
09:05:18 pm lesleywprice: @JaneBozarth Once asked a political candidate am I stupid….I ‘m not going to be a turkey voting for Christmas/Thanksgiving🙂 #lrnchat
09:05:29 pm kasey428: It was a Lewis Grizzard story called They Gave the Ball Without Me…cracked me up. All his stories made me laugh #lrnchat
09:05:41 pm reubentozman: Q2 Jonathan Livingston Seagull #Lrnchat
09:05:57 pm billcush: @janebozarth I wrote that phrase on the hallway white board in the office…it got erased. #lrnchat ..So…I wrote it again.
09:05:57 pm billcush: @janebozarth I wrote that phrase on the hallway white board in the office…it got erased. #lrnchat ..So…I wrote it again.
09:06:13 pm wbendle: A2: Story about Einstein being frustrated by not having the right question… #lrnchat
09:06:21 pm CaliforniaKara: Q2) Brothers Grimm is reality; Disney is fantasy. Ergo, the former are more valuable. #lrnchat
09:06:29 pm Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: The story that ends, “So you see, trust is cheaper than control.” #lrnchat
09:06:36 pm wbendle: RT @reubentozman: Q2 Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Great album! #lrnchat
09:06:40 pm c_clavin: Q2)most valuable stories 4 L&D r concise, have key pt, &were strategically placed w/in content-but appear 2 learners 2 be impromptu #lrnchat
09:06:51 pm lesleywprice: RT @reubentozman: Q2 Jonathan Livingston Seagull < I have that on vinyl….Neil Diamond …#memories #lrnchat
09:06:54 pm Quinnovator: RT @wbendle: A2: You can give a man a fish and feed him for a day. You teach him to fish, you feed him for life. Valuable story! #lrnchat
09:07:00 pm coyenator: RT @Quinnovator: Q2) the one where wisdom trumps ‘smart’ #lrnchat
09:07:03 pm kasey428: Q2) Or maybe it was the WKRP episode of on the Turkey Drop, now that was a story. #lrnchat
09:07:32 pm aaronesilvers: The story that has helped me the most has been, probably, Dune. #KwisatzHaderach #lrnchat
09:07:47 pm billcush: Q2) the story at the end of which the father says to his son, “If you already know everything, how can you learn anything. #lrnchat
09:07:52 pm wbendle: NOLES win in final seconds! … Opps sorry about that! #lrnchat
09:07:55 pm reubentozman: @lesleywprice I didn’t even know it was a song? #Lrnchat
09:08:19 pm aaronesilvers: RT @JaneBozarth: The story that ends, “So you see, trust is cheaper than control.” #lrnchat
09:08:35 pm britz: Q2) for what its worth i began a World history course by playing The Stones: Sympathy for the Devil… kids drew on it all year #lrnchat
09:08:48 pm marciamarcia: One of my more recent story favorites is The Big Orange Splot (Pinkwater) http://t.co/2nTdQv6R #lrnchat
09:08:49 pm JaneBozarth: @daleperryman @Quinnovator @CUtrain mmmmm… Havinghurst? Parker Palmer? Don’t really remember — #lrnchat
09:08:51 pm coyenator: @britz love that … everyday a new story starts .. lets us let go of yesterday .. start fresh each day🙂 TY4T #lrnchat
09:09:06 pm ZaraLynnKing: Time for Hannah’s late bed time story… #lrnchat good night all Zara in Brampton
09:09:07 pm aaronesilvers: @therealprotonk it works you know the #lrnchat base pattern🙂
09:09:10 pm britz: @kasey428 CLASSIC! #lrnchat
09:09:17 pm billcush: Q2) Have this on my bookshelf whenever I need a story. The is mandatory people. http://t.co/cSDTumkH #lrnchat
09:09:36 pm lesleywprice: q2) or maybe Emporers New Clothes http://t.co/Yhr6otoL #lrnchat
09:10:10 pm lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:10:25 pm coyenator: RT @marciamarcia: Another favorite story is “If I Ran the Zoo” (seems all too fitting, huh?) #lrnchat
09:10:30 pm northeagles: The best #teachers teach kids “how 2 learn,”while the best admin are lead learners #edchat #edfocus #cpchat #education #lrnchat @SamFancera
09:10:35 pm ThomasStone: Joining #lrnchat late this evening… Thomas Stone from Rochester, NY. Hi everyone. Was held up at a 3-hour ASTD chapter board meeting.
09:10:35 pm MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:10:36 pm billcush: Q2) I like Kramer and Newman’s story about Keith Hernandez and the 2nd spitter. #lrnchat
09:10:43 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:10:45 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) Randy Pausch’s story, The Last Lecture – always inspiring. #lrnchat
09:10:48 pm wbendle: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:11:20 pm rjhogue: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:11:23 pm lesleywprice: q2) cos maybe we only say what we think others want us to see and are not bold enough to say what we really see #lrnchat
09:11:25 pm billcush: RT @janebozarth: “Once upon a time there was a manager who was extremely clear about the desired performance change…” #lrnchat
09:11:28 pm chris_saeger: Q3) story that stories take too long just give me the bullet points #lrnchat
09:11:29 pm c_clavin: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:11:30 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:11:33 pm kasey428: @billcush That one was a hoot! Loved it. #lrnchat
09:11:41 pm JD_Dillon: Q3) it’s really a lack of stories and no method for crowd sourcing real-world examples #lrnchat
09:11:42 pm rjhogue: jumping into #lrnchat for a few minutes … its been awhile! #lrnchat
09:11:54 pm reubentozman: Q3 why do we need more stories in our organizations? #Lrnchat
09:11:59 pm JaneBozarth: Q3 The ones that start, “Well, we tried that in 1977 and…” #lrnchat
09:12:02 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:12:32 pm britz: Q3) The story of the exec who fired L&D folks who told stories as vehicles for learning😉 “No stories for U!” #lrnchat
09:12:32 pm professorjosh: The Traveler and The Nut Tree http://t.co/AuUqz70j #lrnchat Watch for falling pumpkins!
09:12:46 pm marciamarcia: @ThomasStone That sounds like a painful story, Tom. And a perfect example of one we don’t want to hear. =) #lrnchat
09:12:48 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:13:29 pm lesleywprice: q3) Back to Emporers clothes again..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZYzbkk5X4M sometimes people find it hard to state the obvious #lrnchat
09:13:33 pm knackedgary: Q3 Sometimes it’s easy to get lost in your own story, easy to avoid application what was learned. #lrnchat
09:13:34 pm Quinnovator: Q3) the one that says stories aren’t serious(!) #lrnchat
09:13:39 pm JaneBozarth: Q3 The ones in which a different person in a different situation did a different thing… and we want to generalize it to now. #lrnchat
09:13:46 pm TriciaRansom: This is Tricia in Chicago joining #lrnchat late. Hi all!
09:13:48 pm macgeo: RT @JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:13:53 pm TriciaRansom: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:13:56 pm marciamarcia: @reubentozman We need more stories in organizations because we need more life, more heart, more soul. #lrnchat
09:13:58 pm Jen_Cason: RT @chris_saeger: Q3) story that stories take too long just give me the bullet points #lrnchat
09:14:10 pm minutebio: Q3) Not having access to the stories (e.g., timeline does not permit the research needed, enuf access to front line, etc) #lrnchat
09:14:15 pm reubentozman: Ill buy into stories help learning sometimes. Can someone draw the link for me that learning through stories = performance #Lrnchat
09:14:16 pm TriciaRansom: RT @britz Q3) The story of the exec who fired L&D folks who told stories as vehicles for learning😉 “No stories for U!” #lrnchat
09:14:16 pm AnaCristinaPrts: Q3 storytelling doesn’t prepare students 4 exams😦 when in fact storytelling encourages sts more 2 get involved in learning #lrnchat
09:14:21 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 stories are desperately needed in workplace because of: a.) templates, b.) PowerPoint, c.) compliance training, d.) next buttons
09:14:23 pm CaliforniaKara: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning and teaching? #lrnchat
09:14:28 pm LearnNuggets: Q3) The story of those who make decisions that shouldn’t be allowed to keep stories from learning programs. #lrnchat
09:14:43 pm LearnNuggets: RT @marciamarcia: @reubentozman We need more stories in organizations because we need more life, more heart, more soul. #lrnchat
09:14:48 pm lesleywprice: @TriciaRansom: Hi Tricia…..nice to ‘see’ you here🙂
#lrnchat
09:14:54 pm minutebio: RT @Quinnovator: Q3) the one that says stories arent serious(!) | Heard that too much in banking #lrnchat
09:14:56 pm JaneBozarth: Q3 Stories about Cheese that subsequently make people run screaming from the room when the word “story” is mentioned. #lrnchat
09:14:59 pm Quinnovator: Q3) Stories that SMEs tell about what they learned, instead of what they’ve done #lrnchat
09:15:15 pm TheAirton: Airton, from the Mouse House. Whoa it’s been awhile. I learned ADDIE #lrnchat
09:15:19 pm tempo: RT @JaneBozarth: The story that ends, “So you see, trust is cheaper than control.” #lrnchat
09:15:29 pm c_clavin: RT @chris_saeger: Q3) story that stories take too long just give me the bullet points #lrnchat
09:15:43 pm coyenator: Q3 Gotta check out the Big Orange Splot. TY I like David Hutchens series, esp Shadows of the Neanderthal http://t.co/9HcRWC7J #lrnchat
09:15:51 pm elearningguy: @britz @kasey428 “As God as my
Witness, I thought turkeys could fly” #ohthehumanity #lrnchat
09:15:55 pm billcush: @kasey428 June 14, 1987. Mets, Phillys. #lrnchat
09:15:58 pm professorjosh: @lrnchat That one time at band camp….LOL #lrnchat We all need a good laugh sometime
09:15:59 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @Quinnovator: Q3) Stories that SMEs tell about what they learned, instead of what they’ve done #lrnchat
09:16:03 pm LearnNuggets: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q3 stories needed in workplace because of: a) templates, b) PowerPoint, c) compliance training, d) next buttons #lrnchat
09:16:22 pm britz: RT @JaneBozarth Q3 Stories about Cheese that subsequently make ppl run screaming from the room when the word “story” is mentioned #lrnchat
09:16:31 pm reubentozman: @marciamarcia ok…but that seems to be a different issue than incorporating stories for learning #Lrnchat
09:16:35 pm TriciaRansom: Q3) The stories from head honchos that start “oh, you don’t need to talk to *them*…I’ll tell you all you need to know.” #lrnchat
09:16:36 pm lesleywprice: q3) going back to Emperors new clothes….is is sometimes the learner that ends up telling the story by stating the obvious? #lrnchat
09:16:36 pm wbendle: RT @professorjosh: @lrnchat That one time at band camp….LOL #lrnchat We all need a good laugh sometime #lrnchat
09:16:48 pm macgeo: Q3: Orgs want ‘best practices’ but these often aren’t. Lack context. Gap is between story and broad application- heuristics fill? #lrnchat
09:17:09 pm CUtrain: Once upon a time @band camp…RT Q3) What stories in your organization keep you from using story more in learning…#lrnchat
09:17:35 pm CaliforniaKara: Q3) We teach a whole design for delight workshop around how to use storytelling to get to root customer issues. #lrnchat
09:17:39 pm reubentozman: @marciamarcia ok..but that’s a different issue than using stories for learning #Lrnchat
09:17:40 pm TheAirton: Q?) Whoa I’m late #lrnchat
09:17:48 pm TriciaRansom: @lesleywprice Hi yourself! #lrnchat
09:18:08 pm LearnNuggets: Q3) Good learning stories take more time that most orgs want to invest in creating. Speed to market and all that. #lrnchat
09:18:16 pm cammybean: Once upon a time, I arrived really late to #lrnchat and wondered what was going on. #lrnchat
09:18:25 pm jmarrapodi: Hi #lrnchat from intermission at @bostonballet. Miss you!
09:18:26 pm c_clavin: Q3) it’s not stories that keep us from using more stories-it’s more likely time/resource constraints. #lrnchat
09:18:44 pm marciamarcia: @reubentozman Ditto for any organization put in charge of “helping people learn.” More heart, soul, life please. #lrnchat
09:19:01 pm minutebio: RT @c_clavin: Q3) its not stories that keep us from using more stories-its more likely time/resource constraints. #lrnchat
09:19:02 pm ThomasStone: That is one magic loogie! RT @billcush: Q2) I like Kramer and Newman’s story about Keith Hernandez and the 2nd spitter. #lrnchat
09:19:04 pm coyenator: Q3 seems in organizations and communities … stories teach us our culture, expectations, norms #lrnchat
09:19:06 pm wbendle: RT @cammybean: Once upon a time, I arrived really late to #lrnchat and wondered what was going on. – No stories for you! #lrnchat
09:19:59 pm LearnNuggets: @reubentozman Sure. (teller) “Hey, do I have a story to tell you…” (receiver) “Whoa! I’ll be sure an remember that…” #lrnchat
09:20:00 pm coyenator: Q3 Orgs doing training are often focused on delivering content and neglect the power of learning through stories #lrnchat
09:20:25 pm TriciaRansom: RT @ThomasStone That is one magic loogie! RT @billcush: Q2) I like Kramer & Newman’s story re Keith Hernandez and the 2nd spitter. #lrnchat
09:20:36 pm c_clavin: “@britz: Q3) The story of the exec who fired L&D folks who told stories as vehicles for learning😉 No stories for U!” — LOL!!! #lrnchat
09:20:49 pm ThomasStone: @marciamarcia Actually, it was a good meeting tonight. We were finally able to tackle succession planning for our Board. #lrnchat
09:20:52 pm Jen_Cason: Q3 stories are less direct than brain dumps and therefore a waste of time #lrnchat
09:20:56 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 stories + decision tree where learner’s understanding and actions drive the outcome = win. that and post-action so-me dialogue.
09:21:10 pm LearnNuggets: RT @c_clavin: Q3) Not stories that keep us from using stories-its more likely time/resource constraints. < & skilled storytellers #lrnchat
09:21:17 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean I was telling this story about doing ignite session with you. we were up on stage,hundreds of people, and you said — #lrnchat
09:21:17 pm reubentozman: @marciamarcia what about the stories I create for myself? Why not focus on enabling that? #Lrnchat
09:21:37 pm lesleywprice: Q3) in UK….if someone says you are a ‘story teller’ or are telling ‘stories’ that is not a good thing as it means you are lying #lrnchat
09:21:48 pm knackedgary: “@reubentozman: @marciamarcia what about the stories I create for myself? Why not focus on enabling that? #Lrnchat”
09:22:02 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @coyenator: Q3 Orgs doing training are often focused on delivering content and neglect the power of learning through stories #lrnchat
09:22:02 pm LearnNuggets: RT @Jen_Cason: Q3 stories are less direct than brain dumps and therefore a waste of time < Exactly. Stories allow time to process #lrnchat
09:22:08 pm coyenator: Q3 Org stories tend to focus on the successes rather than learning from failure stories, keeps us from the tougher stories #lrnchat
09:22:13 pm cammybean: Oh good. @reubentozman is here and we can tell him why stories matter. #lrnchat
09:22:33 pm minutebio: Q3) Software training gr8 with storytelling. Scenarios, success stories of its use, its failure and mis-use… #lrnchat
09:22:35 pm cammybean: Oh yes, oh yes. @marciamarcia spreading the word of love! #lrnchat
09:22:40 pm TriciaRansom: RT @minutebio: RT @Quinnovator: Q3) the one that says stories arent serious(!) | Heard that too much in banking #lrnchat
09:22:47 pm LearnNuggets: RT @JaneBozarth: @cammybean I was telling this story about doing an ignite session with you. we were up on stage, and you said — #lrnchat
09:22:49 pm JaneBozarth: RT @cammybean: Oh good. @reubentozman is here and we can tell him why stories matter. #lrnchat
09:22:55 pm coyenator: @Quinnovator yes, like stories are there for entertainment not learning, sigh. #lrnchat
09:23:11 pm cammybean: @JaneBozarth Did you turn that ignite story into an interactive fill in the blank exercise or what?
#lrnchat
09:23:14 pm professorjosh: @cammybean Find @lrnchat to find the answer to your questions or the questions to answer #lrnchat
09:23:14 pm coyenator: RT @marciamarcia: @reubentozman We need more stories in organizations because we need more life, more heart, more soul. #lrnchat
09:23:32 pm reubentozman: RT @cammybean: Oh good. @reubentozman is here and we can tell him why stories matter.-> lol never said they didnt #Lrnchat
09:23:44 pm wbendle: Hello Houston? #lrnchat
09:23:46 pm MJK60631: Q3) With great error comes great opportunity for learning. Unfortunately, resurrecting such tales can be risky, if not taboo. #lrnchat
09:23:51 pm urbie: #lrnchat plug: best (distance-ed) story program i’m aware of: http://t.co/dvksuvvo .. i’m 1/3 of the way thru
09:23:51 pm cammybean: Stories give us the humanity. Without that, we’re just a machine. #lrnchat
09:23:52 pm coyenator: RT @chris_saeger: Q3) story that stories take too long just give me the bullet points #lrnchat
09:23:52 pm CUtrain: RT @professorjosh: @cammybean Find @lrnchat to find the answer to your questions or the questions to answer #lrnchat
09:24:03 pm JaneBozarth: An aside: Everything I know, I learned from Pippi Longstocking. #lrnchat
09:24:03 pm lesleywprice: q3) therefore context is everything as it could be open to misinterpretation what makes a story real not make believe? #lrnchat
09:24:05 pm cammybean: @professorjosh I’m livin’ my way to the answers every day… #lrnchat
09:24:34 pm billcush: Nice! RT @triciaransom: RT @ThomasStone That is one magic loogie! Q2) Kramer & Newman’s story re K Hernandez and the 2nd spitter. #lrnchat
09:24:40 pm professorjosh: @CaliforniaKara I got to Disney World about every other weekend, so it’s reality to me. lol #lrnchat
09:24:41 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @cammybean: Stories give us the humanity. Without that, we’re just a machine. #lrnchat
09:24:51 pm JeanineDelay: #lrnchat Stories with emotion help with retention.
09:24:51 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean YES. Did you like that? #lrnchat
09:24:53 pm Quinnovator: Stories serve as examples, helping learners see how things play out in practice: best if concept, underlying thinking made explicit #lrnchat
09:24:57 pm britz: RT @TriciaRansom @minutebio @Quinnovator: Oh? Do I hear a need now for “Serious Stories” ala Serious Games?😉 #lrnchat
09:25:00 pm ThomasStone: RT @cammybean: Once upon a time, I arrived really late to #lrnchat and wondered what was going on. #lrnchat
09:25:02 pm lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:25:04 pm Quinnovator: Q3) stories that learners just need the facts #lrnchat
09:25:22 pm LearnNuggets: @urbie Nice! I’m going to look into that. #lrnchat
09:25:24 pm cammybean: @JaneBozarth Love it. You big —-. #lrnchat
09:25:26 pm lesleywprice: @JaneBozarth An aside: Everything I know, I learned from Pippi Longstocking < me too!!!🙂 #lrnchat
09:25:29 pm wbendle: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:25:32 pm macgeo: Would get past objections faster if term “storytelling” didn’t conjure imagery of hippies in a drumcircle. Focus on outcome. #lrnchat
09:25:38 pm TriciaRansom: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:25:43 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:25:46 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 probably the one about how the target population of learners isn’t into story. Except they are.
09:25:53 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) Make success stories readily available to others, let them explore and find their own meaning. #lrnchat
09:25:58 pm LearnNuggets: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:26:00 pm crejino: “@lrnchat: Q3) Me and my excuses of time constraints #lrnchat”
09:26:03 pm MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:26:17 pm CUtrain: Have to take off folks, once again #lrnchat made me smile, shared resources and connected me to learning awesomeness, thanks!
09:26:20 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:26:41 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) Don’t shy away from stories that reveal a problem or discuss the wrong way to operate. #lrnchat
09:26:49 pm coyenator: @macgeo Interesting … stories as best practice! #lrnchat
09:26:50 pm minutebio: Q4) Boy learns skills – Boy loses skills… #lrnchat
09:27:07 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @lrnchat Q4 by situating stories in context related to learners; stories that connect with learners #lrnchat
09:27:09 pm Quinnovator: @britz @TriciaRansom @minutebio well, there *are* unhelpful stories…🙂 #lrnchat
09:27:09 pm billcush: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:27:12 pm lesleywprice: Going to have to catch up on transcript folks…now nearly 2.30am in UK….time for bedtime stories read by BBC Radio 4 Extra🙂 #lrnchat
09:27:16 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) Crowd source, give people ways to easily tell their stories. Don’t just make up perfect examples. #lrnchat
09:27:16 pm reubentozman: Q4 let people create their own stories and let others remix those stories into new stories. #Lrnchat
09:27:17 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 we can blog about using story in distance ed & training. we can actually do it and see what happens.
09:27:17 pm LearnNuggets: Q4) Creative approaches. 1st person, 3rd person, from the perspective of an object or abstract element. Gain more interest to help #lrnchat
09:27:25 pm minutebio: Q4) Learn what happen when… #lrnchat
09:27:30 pm wbendle: A4: Stories are effective tools for teaching and learning. The more interactive/participatory we can make them, the more memorable. #lrnchat
09:27:42 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:27:46 pm c_clavin: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:28:00 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @reubentozman: Q4 let people create their own stories and let others remix those stories into new stories. #Lrnchat
09:28:06 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) Let creativity into the development of learning events in more ways than super cool PPT animations. #lrnchat
09:28:07 pm TriciaRansom: Q4) Like to use words “case study” or “example” instead of story to get buy-in from non-story-believers #lrnchat
09:28:10 pm wbendle: A4: Enable audience to actively participate in the story. #lrnchat
09:28:11 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:28:11 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 another cool thing about story: is getting learners to tell their own stories. how they got from pt A to pt B.
09:28:21 pm ThomasStone: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:28:22 pm JaneBozarth: Q4 don’t call them ‘stories’ #lrnchat
09:28:25 pm cammybean: q4) I like Will Thalheimer’s terms (I think it’s his) of “experience portfolios”…stories help build those. #lrnchat
09:28:30 pm knackedgary: Q4 Embrace digital mediums that provide user generated content. Stop censorship. Increase accessibility of inspiration #lrnchat
09:28:33 pm professorjosh: A4) Stories provide the glue to the memories that help make it stick like Gorilla glue or just hang on for a bit like Elmer’s glue #lrnchat
09:28:38 pm minutebio: RT @AnaCristinaPrts: RT @reubentozman: Q4 let people create their own stories and let others remix those stories into new stories. #lrnchat
09:28:40 pm britz: @Quinnovator or lousy storytellers #lrnchat
09:28:40 pm wbendle: RT @AnaCristinaPrts: RT @reubentozman: Q4 let people create their own stories and let others remix those stories into new stories. #lrnchat
09:28:44 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 another cool story strategy: out-takes. the ones that didn’t quite take. again, the value of after-action so-me dialogue
09:28:48 pm billcush: Q4) In org..stories should be part of the culture. L&D pros should lead the way & get the CEO to tell stories continuously #lrnchat
09:28:53 pm bhwilkoff: RT @wbendle: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:28:56 pm tomspiglanin: @lrnchat Corporate educator, learning strategist, relatively new social learning evangelist. Happy 2 find you. #lrnchat
09:28:56 pm cammybean: q4) Use stories to share other people’s mistakes. We learn from mistakes. #lrnchat
09:28:58 pm Quinnovator: Q4) use stories as introductions, as examples, and let them experience their own in practice #lrnchat
09:28:59 pm audioswhite: RT @JaneBozarth: Q4 don’t call them ‘stories’ #lrnchat
09:29:13 pm minutebio: RT @urbie: another cool thing about story: is getting learners to tell their own stories. how they got from pt A to pt B. #lrnchat
09:29:21 pm JaneBozarth: @pattimarathon i was never good at my muttiplication tables, either. #lrnchat
09:29:24 pm ThomasStone: Q4) Stories can be effective for upfront positive or negative WIIFM, to get people engaged in what is to follow. #lrnchat
09:29:25 pm crejino: Q4) As an instructor do I have to share ALL the stories? Ask them to share too? #lrnchat
09:29:37 pm AnaCristinaPrts: RT @Quinnovator: Q4) use stories as introductions, as examples, and let them experience their own in practice #lrnchat
09:29:38 pm cammybean: I like the cornball stories that stick in your mind and never let go. I learn from those all the time. #lrnchat
09:29:40 pm LearnNuggets: RT @reubentozman: Q4 let people create own stories & let others remix into new stories. < Is that like Social Storytelling? #lrnchat
09:29:49 pm MJK60631: Q4) The best educators know when to interject a story to assist w/comprehension. #lrnchat
09:29:56 pm Quinnovator: RT @cammybean q4) Use stories to share other people’s mistakes. We learn from mistakes. #lrnchat < lessons from failure!
09:30:01 pm tomspiglanin: @lrnchat Q4) think about context for lessons; stories help build context quickly #lrnchat
09:30:01 pm marciamarcia: People tell stories naturally. Let’s all get better at stopping ppl from stopping ppl from telling their stories #lrnchat
09:30:17 pm minutebio: RT @Quinnovator: Q4) use stories as introductions, as examples, and let them experience their own in practice | Gain attention #lrnchat
09:30:20 pm CaliforniaKara: Q4) Get learners to teach back in story format, but don’t call them stories. (Like how we don’t say “games” – think!) #lrnchat
09:30:21 pm macgeo: Q4: Focus on failure and uncertainty. Create conditions where people can tell these stories. Not kidding. #lrnchat
09:30:24 pm urbie: #lrnchat story: if it quacks, waddles or does whatever else ducks do then that’s what it is
09:30:33 pm JeanineDelay: RT @cammybean: I like the cornball stories that stick in your mind and never let go. I learn from those all the time. #lrnchat
09:30:44 pm LearnNuggets: RT @JaneBozarth: Q4 dont call them stories < I shall call them “episodes” then. #lrnchat
09:30:45 pm professorjosh: #Storytelling is an art. Most great speakers have mastered this art to bring it to reality from thought. #lrnchat
09:30:58 pm marciamarcia: Thank you all for a lively conversation. I’m off to tell stories with my young son. #lrnchat
09:31:10 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @LearnNuggets @reubentozman all storytelling is social #lrnchat
09:31:15 pm wbendle: A4: Facilitating the visualization that occurs with stories is key for effectiveness. #lrnchat
09:31:27 pm urbie: #lrnchat dumb question: why do you/we work for outfits that don’t value creativity enabled problem solving in learning vis-a-vis story?
09:31:27 pm cammybean: RT @marciamarcia: People tell stories naturally. Lets all get better at stopping ppl from stopping ppl from telling their stories #lrnchat
09:31:44 pm cammybean: @LearnNuggets @JaneBozarth I’m having an episode right now… #lrnchat
09:31:57 pm MJK60631: Q4) Also, genuinely appreciate when humor is used during times of low energy when engagement is waning. Brings me right back! #lrnchat
09:31:58 pm Quinnovator: RT @crejino Q4) As an instructor do I have to share ALL the stories? Ask them to share too? #lrnchat < but get their point if they can’t
09:32:01 pm knackedgary: Q4 Reminds me of Native Americans putting their stories into songs. #lrnchat
09:32:17 pm marciamarcia: Hmm. All storytelling is social? Not buying that. Some of the most powerful stories we tell ourselves. #lrnchat
09:32:18 pm wbendle: A4: Teaching stories cannot be fanciful. They need to be identifiable and projectable. #lrnchat
09:32:20 pm coyenator: RT @JaneBozarth: An aside: Everything I know, I learned from Pippi Longstocking. #lrnchat Loved Pippi!🙂
09:32:29 pm audioswhite: “@LearnNuggets: RT @JaneBozarth: Q4 dont call them stories < I shall call them “episodes” then. < just not episode 1, 2 or 3 #lrnchat”
09:32:32 pm JaneBozarth: @pattimarathon I agree.#lrnchat
09:32:34 pm kasey428: RT @MJK60631: Q4) Also, genuinely appreciate when humor is used during times of low energy when engagement is waning. #lrnchat
09:32:35 pm reubentozman: @LearnNuggets ummm…sure.
#Lrnchat
09:32:37 pm kellygarber: checking in way late …sorry, did I miss a lot of fun? #lrnchat
09:32:38 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 latest story-enabled interaction: QR codes stuck on walls. learner’s interpretation & actions drive what she sees. Suh-weet.
09:32:43 pm knackedgary: RT @marciamarcia: Hmm. All storytelling is social? Not buying that. Some of the most powerful stories we tell ourselves. #lrnchat
09:32:45 pm Quinnovator: RT @MJK60631: Q4) The best educators know when to interject a story to assist w/comprehension. #lrnchat
09:32:48 pm TriciaRansom: Q4) don’t forget debriefing the story/example/case study. Help ppl explore what they learned and what others learned. #lrnchat
09:33:10 pm JeanineDelay: After a “failure” story, give learners the chance to rewrite the story by practicing a better way. #lrnchat
09:33:16 pm Pluthb: RT @marciamarcia: Hmm. All storytelling is social? Not buying that. Some of the most powerful stories we tell ourselves. #lrnchat
09:33:19 pm coyenator: RT @lrnchat: Q4) How can we use story more as we help people learn? #lrnchat
09:33:47 pm cammybean: q4) use stories to inspire reflection. #lrnchat
09:33:49 pm reubentozman: Good night all. Once upon a time….. #Lrnchat
09:33:56 pm billcush: RT @jeaninedelay: After a “failure” story, give learners the chance to rewrite the story by practicing a better way. #lrnchat
09:34:19 pm AnaCristinaPrts: @wbendle Q4 Stories need to be in context as well to make more impact & meaning to learners/audience #lrnchat
09:34:19 pm kasey428: RT @cammybean: q4) use stories to inspire reflection. #lrnchat
09:34:32 pm tomspiglanin: RT “@JaneBozarth: Q4 don’t call them ‘stories’” – in my org, if i call them lessons learned, they will follow #lrnchat
09:35:01 pm ThomasStone: agreed RT @marciamarcia: Hmm. All storytelling is social? Not buying that. Some of the most powerful stories we tell ourselves. #lrnchat
09:35:23 pm wbendle: @AnaCristinaPrts Context is critical! Agree! #lrnchat
09:35:24 pm urbie: #lrnchat tangential benefit of story in learning experience: dropping college-level english & going with slang and real-life-speak. doh!
09:35:27 pm coyenator: Q4 intentionally listen for learning stories, reflect to find our own stories #lrnchat
09:35:43 pm kasey428: RT @reubentozman: Good night all. Once upon a time….. #lrnchat
09:35:48 pm coyenator: RT @reubentozman: Q4 let people create their own stories and let others remix those stories into new stories. #Lrnchat
09:35:55 pm c_clavin: Q4)let’s harness power of user-genrtd content, provide social platform, &let learners decide when/in what ways stories aid in lrng #lrnchat
09:35:57 pm cammybean: RT @coyenator: Q4 intentionally listen for learning stories, reflect to find our own stories #lrnchat
09:36:05 pm JaneBozarth: RT @JeanineDelay After a “failure” story, give learners the chance to rewrite the story by practicing a better way. #lrnchat
09:36:09 pm JD_Dillon: Q4) Social presents a great method for sharing and collecting stories. #lrnchat
09:36:14 pm cammybean: RT @AnaCristinaPrts: @wbendle Q4 Stories need to be in context as well to make more impact & meaning to learners/audience #lrnchat
09:36:29 pm kellygarber: RT @marciamarcia: People tell stories naturally. Lets all get better at stopping ppl from stopping ppl from telling their stories #lrnchat
09:36:33 pm minutebio: Q4) Use stories so they have a tool (the story) 2 teach others. Stories are easy to remember & 2 repeat #lrnchat
09:36:41 pm Quinnovator: @minutebio oh, it’s all about keeping attention on the trainer, right?😉 #lrnchat
09:36:45 pm billcush: @JeanineDelay You are an aspiring blogger? What’s your blog URL? #lrnchat
09:37:12 pm cammybean: Has anyone read any good stories lately? #lrnchat
09:37:14 pm tomspiglanin: AGREE RT “@marciamarcia: Hmm. All storytelling is social? Not buying that. Some of the most powerful stories we tell ourselves. #lrnchat”
09:37:17 pm kellygarber: RT @minutebio: Q4) Use stories so they have a tool (the story) 2 teach others. Stories are easy to remember & 2 repeat #lrnchat
09:37:25 pm coyenator: Q4 I learned most about learning stories from late Paula Underwood, awesome focus on learning http://t.co/swDmpc4i #lrnchat
09:37:26 pm knackedgary: Q4 Inspire people to tell their own stories from their perspective with their unique voice. #lrnchat
09:37:38 pm minutebio: RT @Quinnovator: @minutebio oh, its all about keeping attention on the trainer, right?😉 | Attention on the content #lrnchat
09:37:42 pm JaneBozarth: Social media tools make wonderful vehicles for capturing and sharing stories. #JustSayin #lrnchat
09:37:53 pm JeanineDelay: RT @minutebio: Q4) Use stories so they have a tool (the story) 2 teach others. Stories are easy to remember & 2 repeat #lrnchat
09:38:02 pm audioswhite: Yes “@JaneBozarth: @JeanineDelay After a “failure” story, give learners chance to rewrite the story by practicing a better way. #lrnchat”
09:38:10 pm coyenator: RT @cammybean: q4) I like Will Thalheimer’s terms (I think it’s his) of “experience portfolios”…stories help build those. #lrnchat
09:38:18 pm wbendle: RT @cammybean: Has anyone read any good stories lately? – Actually recently read Branson’s Screw Business as Usual. Great Stories! #lrnchat
09:38:21 pm crejino: Q4 How relevant is a scenario based activity or role play? Is that narrative development? #lrnchat”
09:38:37 pm AnaCristinaPrts: #lrnchat Thank u all for sharing inspiration! My day is calling – off to collect stories🙂 Hope u all have fab Friday
09:38:45 pm Quinnovator: RT @cammybean: q4) use stories to inspire reflection. #lrnchat
09:38:47 pm urbie: #lrnchat stories: that part of our selves we share with others .. memories and ideas come to life .. unspoken stories = missed connections
09:39:17 pm JD_Dillon: @crejino – Interactive scenarios can help learners put together their own stories, compare against expectations. #lrnchat
09:39:36 pm wbendle: A4: A great story makes the audience feel like they are better off for having been exposed to it and investing their time. #lrnchat
09:39:42 pm equusnyder: Sorry 2 b late. Q4) Use stories to tap the emotions of the learner. #lrnchat
09:39:47 pm JaneBozarth: RT @JD_Dillon: @crejino – Interactive scenarios can help learners put together their own stories, compare against expectations. #lrnchat
09:39:57 pm chris_saeger: RT @crejino: Q4 How relevant is a scenario based activity or role play? Is that narrative development? <yes, very relevant #lrnchat
09:40:01 pm cammybean: Stories that have no purpose are clicky-clicky bling-bling.Tell stories with purpose and relevance, not just to entertain. #lrnchat
09:40:02 pm lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:40:13 pm britz: warning. don’t over do it. don’t become the story as in…”so there’s this guy in L&D who’s ALWAYS telling stoooories” #lrnchat
09:40:21 pm MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:40:27 pm knackedgary: Q5 That we have a story to tell #lrnchat
09:40:35 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Challenge yourself to tell a new story every day, watch your ability grow. #lrnchat
09:40:47 pm Quinnovator: @marciamarcia and sometimes we need to tell ourselves new stories #lrnchat
09:40:50 pm wbendle: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:40:52 pm urbie: #lrnchat my first learning experience via story: the journal Mrs. Warman made part of college english I. 30 years later i get “it”.
09:40:55 pm minutebio: Q4) Use stories for learners to learn more about the orgs players (e.g., in orientation) #lrnchat
09:40:59 pm cammybean: q5) “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and gosh darnit, people like me!” #lrnchat
09:41:02 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:41:04 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:41:30 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Share our successes, explore our weaknesses. Learn from one another without a formal offering. #lrnchat
09:41:33 pm c_clavin: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:41:40 pm coyenator: RT @marciamarcia: People tell stories naturally. Let’s all get better at stopping ppl from stopping ppl from telling their stories #lrnchat
09:41:44 pm minutebio: Q5) “The Little Train*er* That Could” #lrnchat
09:41:48 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:41:50 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 stories we need to tell others: goofy, serious, embarrassing.. the whole enchilada basically.
09:42:08 pm tweric: @equusnyder yes, emotions and the right level of stress for learning #lrnchat
09:42:11 pm wbendle: A5: Stories that inspire… Stories that spark imagination… Stories that captivate… #lrnchat
09:42:19 pm coyenator: Q4 make it as safe to tell the failure stories as the success stories #lrnchat
09:42:21 pm crejino: Q5) Failure breeds success? let me show you a better way! #lrnchat
09:42:25 pm MJK60631: Q5) Stories we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? ‘The Little Engine That Could.’🙂 #lrnchat
09:42:38 pm JaneBozarth: RT @minutebio Q5) “The Little Train*er* That Could”
#lrnchat
09:43:12 pm britz: Q5) “…I’m gonna help people! Because I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and, doggonit, people like me!” – Stuart Smalley #lrnchat
09:43:20 pm kellygarber: Q5) We need to use situational stories – relevant to task and listener #lrnchat
09:43:21 pm Quinnovator: Q5) that we’re pros in what we do, and don’t let your myths keep us from being awesome at what we do #lrnchat
09:43:27 pm MariaOD: It was a dark and stormy night and I missed #lrnchat!
09:43:28 pm urbie: #lrnchat read somewhere about how the human race sucks at innovation but is AWESOME at copying .. get innovators to tell their stories..
09:43:35 pm cammybean: Q5) People need to hear real stories/from real situations. Not sparkle sparkle fairy land. At least not in corporate training. #lrnchat
09:43:58 pm JD_Dillon: Q5) Whatever stories we tell, be honest and maintain integrity. #lrnchat
09:44:07 pm MJK60631: Q5) May the Force Be With You! Er, no – that was a different #lrnchat😉
09:44:16 pm cammybean: @britz Great minds, dude. You, me and Al Franken! #lrnchat
09:44:24 pm minutebio: RT @kellygarber: Q5) We need to use situational stories – relevant to task and listener #lrnchat
09:44:50 pm coyenator: RT @JeanineDelay: After a “failure” story, give learners the chance to rewrite the story by practicing a better way. #lrnchat
09:45:23 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 timely story to tell: i went to <insert name of workshop recently attended in far-away place here> and this is what i learned..
09:45:53 pm knackedgary: “@lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat” – That we have a story to tell
09:46:08 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 we need to tell REALLY short (140 character?) stories & let people’s experience/needs/perspective fill-in where appropriate..
09:47:05 pm minutebio: Q5) I like stories that end with “…and it’s that simple.” #lrnchat
09:47:09 pm tomspiglanin: @lrnchat Lead by example. Turn every presentation into a story and nail it. I’m working on one now and will follow my own advice. #lrnchat
09:47:18 pm JD_Dillon: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q5 we need to tell REALLY short (140 character?) stories & let people’s experience/needs/perspective fill-in where appropriate..
09:47:21 pm equusnyder: RT @minutebio: Q5) I like stories that end with “…and it’s that simple.” #lrnchat
09:47:23 pm cammybean: Six word stories: http://t.co/2YOml4H2 #lrnchat
09:47:33 pm cammybean: RT @minutebio: RT @kellygarber: Q5) We need to use situational stories – relevant to task and listener #lrnchat
09:47:35 pm TriciaRansom: Q5) once upon a time there was an all-knowing and all-powerful l&d gal called @TriciaRansom… #lrnchat
09:47:49 pm minutebio: RT @urbie: We need 2 tell REALLY short (140 character?) stories & let people experience/needs/perspective.. #lrnchat
09:47:58 pm coyenator: RT @JaneBozarth: Social media tools make wonderful vehicles for capturing and sharing stories. #JustSayin #lrnchat (absolutely)
09:48:32 pm minutebio: RT @TriciaRansom: Q5) once upon a time there was an all-knowing and all-powerful l&d gal called @TriciaRansom… #lrnchat
09:48:34 pm c_clavin: Q5) what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger… suppose that’s not a story, but an expression that keeps ya going on the bad days. #lrnchat
09:48:41 pm MJK60631: Q5) The story of Michael Jordan. Never competed against anyone else; only tried to be better than his personal best. #lrnchat
09:49:25 pm britz: Q5) Stories to tell self and others in order to truly succeed? I’d say any Buddhist tale would be a good start #lrnchat
09:49:42 pm equusnyder: Q5) Your experience(s) is valid, is your own, and may be relatable by others. #lrnchat
09:49:46 pm coyenator: RT @JD_Dillon: Q5) Challenge yourself to tell a new story every day, watch your ability grow. #lrnchat
09:49:51 pm marv1up: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:49:56 pm cammybean: Q5) And then there’s the Neverending story… #lrnchat
09:49:59 pm tweric: And @kellygarber stories like the situations spark memories when learners figure out how the story is like their situations #lrnchat
09:50:17 pm ThomasStone: nice! RT @TriciaRansom: Q5) once upon a time there was an all-knowing and all-powerful l&d gal called @TriciaRansom… #lrnchat
09:50:19 pm TriciaRansom: Date night w/myself and #lrnchat -ers! (@ Piccolo Mondo) http://t.co/15Ot29y1
09:50:36 pm CaliforniaKara: Q5) Once upon a time, L&D partners said yes to every suggestion we made. Then The Big Bad ROI appeared… #lrnchat
09:50:39 pm minutebio: Q5) Need to stay uber-involved in the org’s goings-on 2 constantly gather new stories #lrnchat
09:51:35 pm bschlenker: I’d like to welcome myself to #lrnchat – how’s it going?
09:51:38 pm coyenator: RT @JD_Dillon: Q5) Whatever stories we tell, be honest and maintain integrity. #lrnchat
09:51:50 pm TriciaRansom: RT @minutebio: Q5) Need to stay uber-involved in the org’s goings-on 2 constantly gather new stories #lrnchat
09:51:59 pm Quinnovator: @cammybean on other hand, reckon sometimes ‘decoupling’ facilitates absorption and transfer #lrnchat
09:52:11 pm JD_Dillon: RT @CaliforniaKara: Q5) Once upon a time, L&D partners said yes to every suggestion we made. Then The Big Bad ROI appeared… #lrnchat
09:52:30 pm tweric: @TriciaRansom Happy Valentine’s …week. #lrnchat
09:52:34 pm britz: @cammybean wasn’t it Hemmingway who wrote like the greatest of these? “baby shoes for sale, never worn” #lrnchat
09:53:00 pm coyenator: RT @lrnchat: Q5) What stories do we need to tell ourselves and others to succeed? #lrnchat
09:53:05 pm TriciaRansom: Q5) Need to tell the stories of “Sally Sue” and “Billy Bob”…not just those of execs. #lrnchat
09:53:38 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 in ILT the stories that we should be capturing are the ones that go on before the class starts. why am i here?
09:55:02 pm lrnchat: Qwrap) Time is almost up. Please reintroduce yourself. Share links, requests & shameless plugs. #lrnchat
09:55:02 pm britz: @TriciaRansom wasnt that angelina and billy bob? Now Thats watercooler stories😉 #lrnchat
09:55:11 pm tweric: @britz @cammybean love that baby shoes one.😦 #tragedy #lrnchat
09:55:41 pm JaneBozarth: RT @TriciaRansom Q5) Need to tell the stories of “Sally Sue” and “Billy Bob”…not just those of execs.
#lrnchat
09:55:49 pm coyenator: Q5 suggest the story is as much in the listening (discovery) as it is in the sharing? #lrnchat
09:56:13 pm minutebio: RT @TriciaRansom Q5) Need 2 tell stories of “Sally ” and “Billy “…not just those execs | W SoMe – they can share themselves 2 #lrnchat
09:56:21 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 another need for stories we need to be telling ourselves: given the pervasive tech infrastructure story kindles humanism
09:56:29 pm tweric: Favorite teacher — Michael Mikolajczak — used to say: only 2 stories in the world…loss and gain. #lrnchat
09:57:02 pm asbergman: RT @MJK60631: Q4) The best educators know when to interject a story to assist w/comprehension. #lrnchat
09:57:06 pm TriciaRansom: Qwrap) This is Tricia in Chicago saying “once upon a time Tricia lived in Chicago…” #lrnchat
09:57:10 pm chris_saeger: Qwrap) thanks to everyone for co-creating a chapter in the evolving lrnchat story. goodnight from the blue ridge in virginia #lrnchat
09:57:19 pm cammybean: QW) A fun story hour with y’all! Here’s my story of the CBT Lady: http://t.co/nqFclnG9 #lrnchat
09:57:25 pm JD_Dillon: Qwrap) JD from Orlando, off to experience more ever-enjoyable conference calls! Thanks everyone! #lrnchat
09:57:40 pm equusnyder: Jennifer Snyder, Courseware Developer, Crew Training Int’l, Memphis, TN. #lrnchat
09:57:40 pm minutebio: RT @asbergman: RT @MJK60631: Q4) The best educators know when to interject a story to assist w/comprehension. #lrnchat
09:58:15 pm TriciaRansom: @chris_saeger Ooohhhhh…I hear it’s beautiful there! #lrnchat
09:58:37 pm equusnyder: RT @minutebio: RT @asbergman: RT @MJK60631: Q4) The best educators know when to interject a story to assist w/comprehension. #lrnchat
09:58:41 pm tomspiglanin: @lrnchat Qwrap) Tom Spiglanin, corporate educator, learning strategist, social learning evangelist. The time is now. #lrnchat
09:59:01 pm JaneBozarth: ‘Night, all. Look me up at my precon on social media for #LSCon in Orlando & keynote for @Questionmark conference, both in March. #lrnchat
09:59:02 pm lrnchat: Thanks for joining #lrnchat. We’ll post the transcript on http://t.co/O8x38OGR See you next Thursday!
09:59:10 pm urbie: #lrnchat the best educators now when to stop talking and let the students (tell the story) and do the work.
09:59:15 pm minutebio: Jeff Goldman – Gr8 chat 2nite – Thx Every1! #lrnchat
10:00:02 pm urbie: #lrnchat qwrap urbie delgado, instructional designer, arizona, http://t.co/QPeu8BYR, rehumanizing distance ed one story at a time
10:00:03 pm JaneBozarth: @sue_freeman1 lol. In the Corrections arena, we are ALL potential offenders. #lrnchat
10:00:24 pm Quinnovator: Qwrap already? Thanks to new and returning participants for another great #lrnchat
10:00:46 pm coyenator: LaDonna Coy, East Texas, Prevention & Virtual Learning TY everyone, gr8 chat #lrnchat
10:00:47 pm urbie: #lrnchat one other thing about story: we let students tell de-story or we risk de-stroy(ing) curiousity, etc. cheesy i know but ..
10:00:54 pm TriciaRansom: @britz As I was typing I thought that someone was gonna mention Billy Bob and Angelina! #lrnchat
10:01:04 pm kellygarber: Qwrap. Kelly Garber here, instructional designer – good night all. #lrnchat
10:01:21 pm tweric: @lrnchat cheers all #lrnchat the story of my life is a work in progress
10:01:22 pm MJK60631: RT @lrnchat: Qwrap) Time is almost up. Please reintroduce yourself. Share links, requests & shameless plugs. #lrnchat
10:01:32 pm CaliforniaKara: Qwrap) Kara DeFrias. Former ID, current #UX gal and #TEDx-er who manages social experiences. #lrnchat
10:01:47 pm kellygarber: RT @tweric: stories like the situations spark memories when learners figure out how the story is like their situations <- so true. #lrnchat
10:02:17 pm c_clavin: QW) L&D professional-med device industry. Social Learning enthusiast-working 2 learn more about informal learning & #gamification #lrnchat
10:02:21 pm Quinnovator: Clark Quinn, learning experience design strategist, consultant/speaker/author, genial malcontent, teller of serious tales #lrnchat
10:02:29 pm macgeo: Q5: That’s a workshop. Ask CEO to talk about how she learned to ride bike of decision making. Story is eg, extrapolate org value. #lrnchat
10:02:47 pm britz: Qwrap) Mark Britz in the CNY …Good time …Goodnight. #lrnchat
10:03:15 pm MJK60631: Qwrap) Melissa, Finance Learning @KraftFoods. Thanks to everyone for sharing tonight! Always invigorated after our chats! #lrnchat
10:03:41 pm AlisonSeaman: RT @coyenator: Q3 Orgs doing training are often focused on delivering content and neglect the power of learning through stories #lrnchat

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