Oct 31 – Transcript: Taking the Fear out of Not Knowing

20:30 lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:31 Quinnovator time again for the 60 min mayhem memestream that is #lrnchat, duck or join! Welcome to new and returning participants.
20:31 lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:31 willconstantine We have been great! #lrnchat
20:31 JaneBozarth Tonight’s theme: Fear and loathing in L&D. Oh wait, no, that’s not right… #lrnchat
20:31 salpertelon First time at #lrnchat! #pst_elon
20:31 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:32 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat 1st ever – keen to see how it goes.
20:32 Quinnovator Clark Quinn, learning experience system strategist, consultant/author/speaker, genial malcontent, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
20:32 odguru @lrnchat Working on the next layer of core motivations and #flow. When we get stuck, why? #lrnchat
20:32 JustStormy Good evening, #lrnchat! Melissa Hicks instructional designer at PSU eberly college of science working on inspiring people.
20:32 willconstantine Will Constantine, lover of learning. Always learning #lrnchat
20:32 trainersleaders Joining colleagues for a fearful Halloween hour-long session on #lrnchat
20:32 lodtrain Boo #lrnchat and chatting about fear. Been great. Hi from IT global clickity click training
20:32 JaneBozarth @AndrewJacobsLD REALLY? Your 1st? Did you bring the cake? #lrnchat
20:32 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Andrew in London UK trying to disrupt, innovate and have a good time doing it.
20:33 odguru RT @Quinnovator: time again for the 60 min mayhem memestream that is #lrnchat, duck or join! Welcome to new and returning participants.
20:33 MattGuyan G’day everyone! I’ve been great, I’m working on computer software training and a code of conduct elearning module #Lrnchat
20:33 willconstantine RT @JaneBozarth: @AndrewJacobsLD REALLY? Your 1st? Did you bring the cake? #lrnchat
20:33 salpertelon I’m Sara, an Elon Pre-service teacher! I have just started going to my placement, and I’m excited to learn! #pst_elon #lrnchat
20:33 trainersleaders Intro: Paul Signorelli, San Francisco-based writer-trainer-instructional designer-social media strategist; immersed in #xplrpln & #lrnchat
20:33 Tracy_Parish RT @JaneBozarth: Tonight’s theme: Fear and loathing in L&D. Oh wait, no, that’s not right… #lrnchat
20:33 jshamsy #Lrnchat hello..Jennifer from Atlanta..adjunct wanna be IDer…and suffering from severe sugar overload as of right now
20:33 kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith, Consultant, USA #lrnchat
20:33 AtipriyaBothra Atipriya Bothra, Pursuing MBA from SIIB, Pune, learner #lrnchat
20:34 JaneBozarth Oh great. Everyone’s hopped up on sugar. ThisShouldGoByReallyFast #lrnchat
20:34 ArnikaBhalerao hello everyone, I am an MBA- HR student and first timer at lrnchat. looking forward to some insightful conversation #lrnchat
20:34 odguru @JaneBozarth @AndrewJacobsLD Get a drink Andrew🙂 #lrnchat
20:34 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 mesameerkhan students from #siib_hr keen to see how it goes and hungry for some substantial take aways #lrnchat
20:35 willconstantine @JaneBozarth well it is Halloween after all ! #lrnchat
20:35 Tracy_Parish Tracy Parish, ID, Health Care, Newmarket Ontario. Happy the kids left me a little candy tonight. #lrnchat
20:35 JaneBozarth I am passionate about helping others #ShowYourWork . Better ‘knowledge’ ‘management’ #lrnchat
20:35 lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 MatheMaddycal Hi! I’m a student teacher at Elon U- high school math–excited to participate for the first time in #lrnchat! #pst_elon
20:35 Eberly_Online RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 Tracy_Parish I learned to never underestimate how much a minion can help you get done. #lrnchat
20:36 trainersleaders RT @lodtrain Boo #lrnchat and chatting about fear [in learning]. Been great. Hi from IT global clickity click training
20:36 davidbell02 David Bell, L&D, Financial Services, Houston TX #lrnchat
20:36 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:36 JaneBozarth Learned there’s no end to great dads. This 1 had full head of hair & beard last night. #Halloween #Lrnchat http://t.co/Bhq7l07v2h
20:36 ICAteacher Karen from SoCal, teaching 4-6. #Lrnchat
20:36 Tracy_Parish @MatheMaddycal Hey there. Great to see you at #lrnchat. Hope you brought candy.
20:36 lodtrain Q0) Learned how to pronounce medical acronyms from dr to do audio for the ecourse we are working on #lrnchat
20:36 salpertelon Well, today I learned that students need to really understand their assignment in order to accomplish it successfully! #pst_elon #lrnchat
20:36 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 willconstantine A0) I learned how much candy I can eat! #lrnchat
20:37 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 WinnyLaura I am a capabity analyst with a pasdion for learning #lrnchat
20:37 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Q0 How to move a .com wp blog to a .org & how quickly I can get 80Mbps broadband
20:37 jshamsy @AndrewJacobsLD @odguru @JaneBozarth forget the cake..bring some of those muffins! Welcome! #lrnchat
20:37 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 Quinnovator a0) learned that moving on is hard #lrnchat
20:37 allthingsnoisy @lrnchat Hi! I’m Jenda, an ID in global supply chain + engineering from Pittsburgh, PA. #lrnchat
20:37 lodtrain Q0) Learned that I need tincan api to do esign with storyline ipad courses on my LMS #lrnchat
20:37 blocht574 #lrnchat learned that tricker treaters don’t like the rain! Had very few visitors tonight
20:38 jshamsy @ArnikaBhalerao welcome to #lrnchat
20:38 ICAteacher Today I learned that bullfrogs don’t always jump when you want them to! Hilarious school activity! #Lrnchat http://t.co/1lhsqR3tPd
20:38 Joseph_Suarez Hello lrnchat. A0) Still taking in everything I learned at DevLearn. #lrnchat
20:38 WinnyLaura this week I learnt the difference between skills analysis and capability development #lrnchat
20:38 AndrewJacobsLD @jshamsy @odguru @JaneBozarth I’m blessed with a partner who bakes well. #Lrnchat
20:38 ArnikaBhalerao A0) i learnt that the world is changing rapidly and it is very important to keep pace wit it. #lrnchat
20:38 mesameerkhan i am attending a friends sisters wedding.learned how much friends help and how much more they can help u in everything u do #lrnchat
20:38 JustStormy a1) #lrnchat Learned that patience, is indeed a virtue
20:38 kelly_smith01 Q0) I met some medical technology innovators this week #lrnchat
20:38 lodtrain RT @ICAteacher: Today I learned that bullfrogs don’t always jump when you want them to! Hilarious school activity! #Lrnchat http://t.co/1l…
20:38 allthingsnoisy q0) Sometimes as a trainer, taking others’ training is difficult and I’m not motivated to complete it. #lrnchat
20:38 Tracy_Parish I just learned that my hubby and I are each sneaking candy while the other is not looking. #lrnchat
20:39 CEdwardsTeach Joining the #lrnchat for the first time! #pst_elon
20:39 JaneBozarth @kelly_smith01 tell more? #lrnchat
20:39 _bineesh_ #lrnchat A0: I’ve learned how to use a smart phone for productivity, knowledge and networking
20:39 Quinnovator a0) learned that the academic edtech community is both inspiring and frustrating #lrnchat
20:39 willconstantine RT @Tracy_Parish: I just learned that my hubby and I are each sneaking candy while the other is not looking. #lrnchat
20:39 urbie #Lrnchat A0 this week learned (was reminded actually) how quickly newborn babies start learning. Next question: What motivates a 6 week old?
20:39 trainersleaders q0) Learned that nearly four years of hard collaborative work is nothing compared to satisfaction of seeing project reach fruition #lrnchat
20:39 MatheMaddycal Q0) It doesn’t matter if “you can talk the talk but can you walk the walk” when it comes to caring about students #lrnchat #pst_elon #ntchat
20:39 JaneBozarth Learned that kids don’t like Whoppers malted milk balls. #freaks #moreforus #lrnchat
20:39 write2tg Taruna from Vancouver joining the chat a bit late but…better late than never! #lrnchat
20:40 MattGuyan Welcome to all the first timers! #lrnchat
20:40 davidbell02 Q0) Learned about Performance Support this past week. #lrnchat
20:40 lrnchat Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:40 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:40 Tracy_Parish RT @MattGuyan: Welcome to all the first timers! #lrnchat Great to see new faces.
20:40 ArnikaBhalerao @Jennifer Shamsy @jshamsy thank you very much #lrnchat
20:40 AndrewJacobsLD @Quinnovator sounds a lot like the workplace ld community #Lrnchat
20:40 allthingsnoisy q0) I also learned that I storyboard much better following a professional massage! #lrnchat
20:40 lodtrain Q0) Learned that pets rock! Got a new pet and learning so much about how they learn #Lrnchat🙂
20:40 willconstantine @JaneBozarth not over here they dominate the candy bowl at the current bowl. #lrnchat
20:40 AtipriyaBothra learned to be positive always irrespective of circumstances #lrnchat
20:40 CEdwardsTeach Today I learned that you feed chickens equally, you teach students equitably. #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:41 write2tg A0) What did I learn today? That everyday is a winding road. And I am getting closer…! #lrnchat
20:41 urbie #Lrnchat urbie Delgado, instructional designer, rehumanizing training one story at a time
20:41 Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealt with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:41 jshamsy #Lrnchat q0) learned that just because an opportunity comes along doesn’t mean that it will add to your life in a positive way
20:41 kelly_smith01 @JaneBozarth Met med tech innovators at a demo fest – mostly patient management sfware. #lrnchat
20:41 Quinnovator a1) the first lecture I gave for the first course I gave, and realized that I wasn’t prepared enough! #lrnchat
20:41 write2tg A0) This week I had so much to learn from #devlearn. Wow. It was truly amazing. And I was just learning from the backchannel #lrnchat
20:41 Quinnovator RT @AndrewJacobsLD: @Quinnovator sounds a lot like the workplace ld community #Lrnchat < well, yeah😉
20:42 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat q1 Interesting that it used to be shame when I was younger, became fear as I wandered through life and is turning into annoyance.
20:42 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:42 write2tg RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:42 WinnyLaura hard first question! #lrnchat
20:42 Tracy_Parish Q1) Fear of not being prepared for a presentation is always a big one and one you never want to admit. #lrnchat filter:images
20:42 MillennialTweet Checking out #lrnchat for the first time this evening.
20:42 jshamsy #Lrnchat q1) every single day..I work with a lot of guys…they like to point stuff out😦
20:42 CEdwardsTeach A0. Today I learned that teachers should stand in the back when giving tests. #pst_elon #lrnchat
20:42 Quinnovator a1) when I realized I was lost on the Moscow underground! #lrnchat
20:42 cammybean @allthingsnoisy Everything is better after a professional massage! #lrnchat
20:42 odguru Learned (re-learned?) that beer and mini chocolate bars don’t go well together. #lrnchat
20:42 willconstantine A1) I often try to conquer what I am shamed with. #lrnchat
20:42 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:43 lodtrain Q1) working on first SAP training project, so many terms etc didn’t understd left meeting fearful of if I could do this project #Lrnchat
20:43 Tracy_Parish Q1) Many times afraid of being asked a question others assume you are the expert about. #lrnchat
20:43 MattGuyan A1 learning to drive a car was scary for me at first #lrnchat
20:43 willconstantine RT @allthingsnoisy: q0) I also learned that I storyboard much better following a professional massage! #lrnchat
20:43 kelly_smith01 Q1) Phone screening interview a while back . #lrnchat
20:43 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat q1 Used to be v nervous speaking in front of people – the shame was embarrasment +1
20:43 cammybean RT @lrnchat Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:43 WinnyLaura I am in constant fear of not knowing enough about technology and how to harness its considerable power #lrnchat
20:43 JaneBozarth World’s meanest PE teacher… #shudder #lrnchat
20:43 trainersleaders q1) Dealt with shame/fear for not knowing something/ how to do something for many years–then turned 18 and got over it #lrnchat
20:43 lodtrain RT @MattGuyan: A1 learning to drive a car was scary for me at first #lrnchat
20:43 Rozpursey @lrnchat in a terrifying beginners scuba diving lesson where my weight belt fell off underwater. #lrnchat
20:43 Quinnovator RT @MattGuyan: A1 learning to drive a car was scary for me at first #lrnchat < was the test that had me quaking!🙂
20:43 write2tg A1) When I am not prepared or not convinced, it means there will be something I won’t know and shame/fear will follow #lrnchat
20:43 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:43 JaneBozarth @odguru no you need some red wine for that #lrnchat
20:44 JustStormy #lrnchat q1) it’s hard to have a lot of people look to you, but feel like you aren’t the answer to their problem
20:44 allthingsnoisy q1) When I’ve been on the other side of the interview table. #lrnchat
20:44 odguru A1. At the bookkeepers, every month. #lrnchat.
20:44 Tracy_Parish Q1) Felt shame when someone assumed I could turn on and operate a certain machine and I had now clue how to. #lrnchat
20:44 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:44 salpertelon student askd a ? and I had nvr read it (I was observing the class) For the rest of the class, she seemed to not trust me #pst_elon #lrnchat
20:44 ArnikaBhalerao A1) not being a tech-savvy person every new technology brings in fear of not knowing. #lrnchat
20:44 trainersleaders RT @CEdwardsTeach Today I learned that you feed chickens equally, you teach students equitably. #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:44 urbie #Lrnchat A1 #EdCampDallas I learned about lots of cool stuff like flipping and app smashing. Odd feeling pondering how to use with my tpop.
20:44 MillennialTweet A1) Any new job requires not having knowledge or able to do something, yet. Taking risks teach a lot! #lrnchat
20:44 CEdwardsTeach A1. My first few days of homework review during my calculus..I did not know/remember a lot of the content. #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:44 JustStormy q1) I don’t like the shame word. I’m never ashamed for not knowing…i just go find what I need to know #lrnchat
20:44 cammybean a1) I feel shame when I make mistakes that I shouldn’t have made…when people call me out on the mistake… #lrnchat
20:44 kelly_smith01 Q1) Taking MBTI “test” #lrnchat
20:44 Tracy_Parish RT @JustStormy: #lrnchat q1) it’s hard to have a lot of people look to you, but feel like you aren’t the answer to their problem
20:45 write2tg A1) When I am unable to operate an equipment that I am expected to know…like an all-in-one printer that has a thousand options🙂 #lrnchat
20:45 allthingsnoisy @odguru Similar experience today: water and fries. No. Ick. #lrnchat
20:45 JaneBozarth Baseball coach: Are you backing that man up? MrDrJane, age 6: No, sir, I wouldn’t do that! Coach: WELL DO IT THEN! #lrnchat
20:45 _bineesh_ #lrnchat A1 the first few sales calls I’ve made I was unprepared and so couldn’t close them. Didn’t know when and what to pitch.
20:45 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat q1 became fear when I assumed there was an expectation that I knew it all.
20:45 Rozpursey And also now – being slightly unsure of the protocols for getting involved with #lrnchat (but only a little awkward)
20:45 lodtrain Q1) Grad school production management course with prof who spoke 50 mph and did not let us ask q’s #Lrnchat
20:45 WinnyLaura “@ArnikaBhalerao: A1) not being a tech-savvy person every new technology brings in fear of not knowing. #lrnchat” same!
20:45 write2tg A1) When I know I have made a mistake, I already feel bad about it and someone points it out. #lrnchat
20:45 odguru @JaneBozarth Now ya tell me. ok. Red wine it is! #lrnchat
20:45 davidbell02 Q1) When I was asked to explain standard deviation. #lrnchat
20:45 MattGuyan @Quinnovator Scariest test ever! #lrnchat
20:45 NancySlawski Love them. Never find around YYZ. RT @JaneBozarth: Learned that kids don’t like Whoppers malted milk balls. #freaks #moreforus #lrnchat
20:45 CEdwardsTeach A1. I thought I had lost the trust of my students. I wanted them to know that I KNEW what I was talking about. #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:45 _bineesh_ RT @allthingsnoisy: q1) When I’ve been on the other side of the interview table. #lrnchat
20:45 MillennialTweet When I think about tonight’s #lrnchat topic, I’m reminded of @BreneBrown’s work/research on #vulnerability in #DaringGreatly
20:45 cammybean Shame and fear are very different… #lrnchat
20:46 ICAteacher RT @MillennialTweet: A1) Any new job requires not having knowledge or able to do something, yet. Taking risks teach a lot! #lrnchat
20:46 Tracy_Parish Q1) Shame/Fear seems to increase exponentially when the task seems decidedly simple. #lrnchat
20:46 cammybean Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat
20:46 mesameerkhan A1.happened with me that many a times i think i know it and can do it but when i actually try and do it i failed #lrnchat
20:46 Tracy_Parish RT @cammybean: Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat
20:46 write2tg True! I am not afraid of being afraid. Shame is also useful at times! RT @cammybean Shame and fear are very different… #lrnchat
20:46 Quinnovator RT @cammybean: Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat
20:46 write2tg RT @Quinnovator RT @cammybean: Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat
20:46 trainersleaders RT @cammybean Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat
20:47 jshamsy #Lrnchat q1) when in a leadership position followers expect you to know everything…if you don’t perceived as weakness..
20:47 AndrewJacobsLD +1 @Tracy_Parish Q1) Shame/Fear seems to increase exponentially when the task seems decidedly simple. #lrnchat
20:47 MatheMaddycal A1) in my middle school geometry class-I just could not memorize all those formulas for all those shapes! it was too hard #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:47 kelly_smith01 Duck Dynasty and Mylie are big players walking in front of coffee bar #lrnchat
20:47 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr I learnt how to keep up with time management and witnessed how beautiful an early morning sunrise looks like🙂
20:47 CEdwardsTeach RT “@cammybean: Shame and fear are very different… #lrnchat” #pst_elon
20:47 Tracy_Parish RT @MillennialTweet: When I think about tonight’s #lrnchat topic, reminded of @BreneBrown’s work on #vulnerability http://t.co/eMGUPp38tr
20:47 lrnchat Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:47 write2tg A1) Fear is when you know your mistake. Shame is when everyone knows your mistake. #lrnchat
20:47 cammybean I feel shame when I mess things up for someone else…when my knowing impacts another person. #lrnchat
20:47 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:47 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:47 davidbell02 Q1) There is no shame in fear, only in not trying. #lrnchat
20:47 lodtrain Q1) Fear sometimes motivates me to work harder and learn more, with SAP read all, asked and was able to move frwd #lrnchat
20:47 JustStormy RT @davidbell02: Q1) There is no shame in fear, only in not trying. #lrnchat
20:47 MattGuyan RT @cammybean: Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat Yes!
20:47 trainersleaders RT @AndrewJacobsLD +1 @Tracy_Parish Q1) Shame/Fear seems to increase exponentially when the task seems decidedly simple. #lrnchat
20:47 Quinnovator a1) fear higher when high stakes, shame greater when expectations are for success #lrnchat
20:47 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:48 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:48 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:48 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:48 AtipriyaBothra when i am unable to answer gk questions #lrnchat
20:48 AndrewJacobsLD @WinnyLaura @ArnikaBhalerao So much new tech now I don’t expect to know it all – makes for an easier time! #Lrnchat
20:48 cammybean Hmmm…the cognitive effects of not knowing how? Could be motivation to learn it…or resistance to trying. Doesn’t it depend? #lrnchat
20:48 urbie #Lrnchat A2 FUD. Fear, uncertainty and doubt.
20:48 trainersleaders q2) Cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something: in severe cases, can cause total shutdown of learning #lrnchat
20:48 lodtrain Q2) Cognitive – fight or flight – Fight = challenged to learn more, or flight run away #lrnchat
20:48 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:48 MillennialTweet Best sign of #learning and growth is developing the ability to say “I don’t know” #lrnchat
20:48 allthingsnoisy q2) It’s environmental/contextual for me. You process it differently amongst your peers vs. alone. #lrnchat
20:48 MJK60631 RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:49 kelly_smith01 Q1) Maybe questioning if you really learned or applied something #lrnchat
20:49 write2tg A2) Cognitive effects of not knowing – motivation & curiosity or resistance and mental blocks? #lrnchat
20:49 Rozpursey RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:49 mesameerkhan RT @davidbell02: Q1) There is no shame in fear, only in not trying. #lrnchat
20:49 cammybean Why aren’t people making more Halloween jokes tonight? #lrnchat
20:49 MatheMaddycal RT @cammybean: Fear is before…the shames comes after… #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:49 JustStormy @lrnchat loss of motivation, low self efficacy, mitigating of goals, lowered expectations #Lrnchat
20:49 FredWBaker RT @davidbell02: Q1) There is no shame in fear, only in not trying. #lrnchat
20:49 salpertelon RT @CEdwardsTeach: RT “@cammybean: Shame and fear are very different… #lrnchat” #pst_elon
20:49 Tracy_Parish @cammybean Sugar high hasn’t kicked in quite yet. #lrnchat
20:49 trainersleaders RT @davidbell02 Q1) There is no shame in fear, only in not trying. #lrnchat
20:49 WinnyLaura “@lodtrain: Q2) Cognitive – fight or flight – Fight = challenged to learn more, or flight run away #lrnchat” totally agree
20:49 DavidTCopeland RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:50 CEdwardsTeach RT “@lrnchat Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat” #pst_elon
20:50 JustStormy @cammybean why did the skeleton skip the halloween dance?? He had no body to dance with … #lrnchat
20:50 write2tg A2) Not knowing something could get you to the point of knowing it or not knowing it forever. #lrnchat
20:50 willconstantine A2) you often feel hesitant to continue further in learning afraid #Lrnchat
20:50 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:50 davidbell02 Boo! #lrnchat
20:50 urbie #Lrnchat A2 At a minimum FUD can freeze you, cause to to miss out. Worst case if you don’t acknowledge not knowing and needing help.. #owie.
20:50 trainersleaders Didn’t know that! RT @MillennialTweet Best sign of #learning and growth is developing the ability to say “I don’t know” #lrnchat
20:50 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Q2 I’ve experienced sleeplessness and agitation in the past. Over thinking the issue and being distracted.
20:50 Tracy_Parish I frequently see people (adults/kids) “shut down” when the first task stumbles them. Trying to get them to push on is very hard. #lrnchat
20:50 Quinnovator a2) differs if you *know* you don’t know it, or not; knowing you don’t know can incite curiosity #lrnchat
20:50 kelly_smith01 I can’t make Halloween jokes Clint Eastwood dude is sitting across from me at WiFi
coffees shop #lrnchat
20:50 MattGuyan A2 I remember reading something about randomness as genesis – the creation of new information #lrnchat
20:50 CEdwardsTeach A2. Decreased confidence and intrinsic motivation. #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:51 _bineesh_ #lrnchat A2 trying out every possible way in your head, and then selecting the best way using trial and error.
20:51 WinnyLaura A2 – anxiety! #lrnchat
20:51 DavidnProgress Q2) People can fear failure so much that they hid that not learing @lrnchat #lrnchat
20:51 AtipriyaBothra fear, embarrassment that stop me to particiapate further #lrnchat
20:51 salpertelon You can get discouraged and stop trying immediately #pst_elon #lrnchat
20:51 MatheMaddycal RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:51 JaneBozarth 2. depends.I’ve been in same office 10 years and still don’t know how to transfer phone lines. I’m ok with that. #lrnchat
20:51 MatheMaddycal A2) shutting down, not believing in your ability to actually do/learn it from scratch, now wanting to continue #lrnchat #pst_Elon
20:51 trainersleaders Something else I learned today: RT @JustStormy why did the skeleton skip the halloween dance? He had no body to dance with … #lrnchat
20:51 _bineesh_ RT @urbie: #Lrnchat A2 FUD. Fear, uncertainty and doubt.
20:51 write2tg A2) When I don’t know – I simply ask – google or a person! That’s the first response – cognitive effect, if you may. #lrnchat
20:51 Quinnovator a2) may depend on your epistemological stance (*drink*) to learning: if you feel responsible or are a learning ‘victim’ #lrnchat
20:51 Elham_ab RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:51 ArnikaBhalerao A2) uncertainty and doubt followed by motivation to overcome it. #lrnchat
20:52 DavidnProgress RT @lrnchat: Q1) When have you dealth with shame/fear for not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:52 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr A2 not knowing something gives rise to creativity
20:52 JaneBozarth Depends. When I see video of someone playing song I KNOW I could play, I get motivated to learn. Stick w it. #lrnchat
20:52 Quinnovator RT @cammybean: Why aren’t people making more Halloween jokes tonight? #lrnchat < not a ghost of a chance
20:52 davidbell02 Q2) Have you ever experience an “Oh, I don’t know” moment? It can be a bit embarrassing. #lrnchat
20:52 Tracy_Parish Much more exciting when that Fear pushes you harder to strive and learn more. &exciting to see that passion come thru in others. #lrnchat
20:52 ArnikaBhalerao RT @MillennialTweet: Best sign of #learning and growth is developing the ability to say “I don’t know” #lrnchat
20:52 JaneBozarth @Quinnovator “learning victim”. Exactly. #lrnchat
20:52 cammybean I just changed my avatar especially for @Tracy_Parish #lrnchat
20:52 Elham_ab Hi all. Sorry for being late. Figured can’t type on iphone with one hand sanding on the bus #lrnchat
20:52 trainersleaders RT @AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr A2 not knowing something gives rise to creativity
20:52 Quinnovator a2) may depend on whether you’re expected to know it or not: expected – shame; not expected – ? #lrnchat
20:53 kelly_smith01 Q2) Did I miss a feedback signal or other indication #lrnchat
20:53 JaneBozarth Takes us back to Schommer’s work on learner beliefs about how/how quickly they learn #lrnchat
20:53 davidbell02 Q2) Was I not listening? #lrnchat
20:53 willconstantine RT @JaneBozarth: Takes us back to Schommer’s work on learner beliefs about how/how quickly they learn #lrnchat
20:53 Rozpursey Q2) sometimes not knowing activates a thought pattern – I should know this>I don’t know this>measuring self against others>shame #lrnchat
20:53 salpertelon RT @MillennialTweet: Best sign of #learning and growth is developing the ability to say “I don’t know” #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:53 WinnyLaura @DavidnProgress so true – hoe
w many people have we sesn like this in the #classroom #lrnchat
20:53 allthingsnoisy @davidbell02 That depends. Pop culture reference? Not at all. Certain code command? Yeah, a bit. #lrnchat
20:53 Bhryckie A2 you don’t allow know that you don’t know #lrnchat
20:53 cammybean Fear or motivation — does it depend on how hard you expect it to be to learn that new thing? And how worth it that just might be? #lrnchat
20:54 allthingsnoisy I think willful ignorance is more embarrassing, should the situation arise again. #lrnchat
20:54 trainersleaders I love #lrnchat: RT @Quinnovator RT @cammybean: Why aren’t people making more Halloween jokes tonight? — not a ghost of a chance
20:54 JaneBozarth @DavidnProgress I can live without knowing how to transfer phone lines. I have a rich inner life. #lrnchat
20:54 casillia RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:54 lrnchat Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:54 write2tg RT @lrnchat Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:54 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:54 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:54 cammybean You want fear? I’ll give you fear. #lrnchat
20:54 lodtrain “@lashbeckclark: Definitions for 34 Twitter Terms You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask About http://t.co/QsnvLNOEse” #Lrnchat fits into convo
20:54 JaneBozarth @trainersleaders i posted best halloween pic of the year for Q0 and no one cared #lrnchat
20:54 CEdwardsTeach RT “@lrnchat: Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat” #pst_elon
20:54 trainersleaders MT @Tracy_Parish exciting when fear pushes you harder to strive and learn more. & exciting to see that passion come thru in others #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator a3) can be motivational or demotivational, depending on context, confidence, beliefs about learning #lrnchat
20:54 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:55 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:55 JaneBozarth RT @cammybean You want fear? I’ll give you fear. #lrnchat
20:55 cammybean a3) emotional effects of not knowing = fear, shame, embarrassment, motivation, excitement… #lrnchat
20:55 MJK60631 A1) When I was a kid, it caused anxiety. As an adult, it makes me more determined to learn. #lrnchat
20:55 Elham_ab 1. When presenting n wondering if I can answer all questions #lrnchat
20:55 write2tg A3) Emotional effects of not knowing something – fear, embarrassment, motivation, desire to know, excitement, lots of energy #lrnchat
20:55 cammybean RT @Quinnovator a3) can be motivational or demotivational, depending on context, confidence, beliefs about learning #lrnchat
20:55 mesameerkhan a2.being genuine to YOURSELF is a must.if i dont know it i should first accept it and then work to get it.i think thats important #lrnchat
20:55 Quinnovator a3) can lead to shame or complacency, depending on context, confidence, beliefs about learning #lrnchat
20:55 trainersleaders Afraid to say I missed it; please repost RT @JaneBozarth i posted best halloween pic of the year for Q0 and no one cared #lrnchat
20:55 lodtrain Q3) Emotional – Emergency not knowing how to react (911) or funny laugh it off and try to lrn it for future #Lrnchat
20:55 Bhryckie A3 anxiety, stress, fear and possibly a sense of anticipation #lrnchat
20:56 DavidTCopeland Q3) self-esteem can be hurt impacting willingness to risk learning in future.Must have culture that encourages risk/allows failure #lrnchat
20:56 MJK60631 RT @lrnchat: Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:56 kelly_smith01 Q3) Feeling you are taking a test on quadratic equations having skipped all the classes #lrnchat
20:56 cammybean When I don’t know something, I just want to pick someone’s brains. #lrnchat
20:56 WinnyLaura A3 – I think level of emotional response depends on how intrinsic learning is to identity #lrnchat
20:56 davidbell02 Q3) “Not knowing” leads to “I should know this” which leads to “let me find out the possibilities”. #lrnchat
20:56 write2tg RT @cammybean When I don’t know something, I just want to pick someone’s brains. #lrnchat
20:56 lodtrain RT @davidbell02: Q3) “Not knowing” leads to “I should know this” which leads to “let me find out the possibilities”. #lrnchat
20:56 allthingsnoisy q3) I still feel some anxiety reaching back from childhood when I don’t know how to do something. #lrnchat
20:56 lodtrain RT @cammybean: When I don’t know something, I just want to pick someone’s brains. #lrnchat
20:56 MattGuyan A3 Frustration if you want to learn something but struggle to #lrnchat
20:56 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Q3 Depends on which state of conscious competence the person is at.
20:56 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q3) What are the emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
20:56 ArnikaBhalerao A3) low self confidence followed with a drive to do away with it and learn what i do not know #lrnchat
20:56 _bineesh_ #lrnchat A3: anxiety, sometimes panic b’coz u think that others may know while I don’t.
20:56 willconstantine @lrnchat A3) the stress level or anxiety is high #lrnchat
20:57 JustStormy RT @cammybean: RT @Quinnovator a3) can be motivational or demotivational, depending on context, confidence, beliefs about learning #lrnchat
20:57 allthingsnoisy As an adult, I’m more motivated to learn knowing the wide variety of tools at my reach. #lrnchat
20:57 MatheMaddycal @trainersleaders I agree! it’s amazing how fear can push us forward & drive us to want more! never though of it like that #lrnchat #pst_elon
20:57 JaneBozarth @trainersleaders 4yo obsessed w “Annie”. Dad is coworker who yesterday had full head of hair + beard. #lrnchat http://t.co/3UfXZySl1M
20:57 jessb1999 Hello! Sorry i am late #lrnchat
20:57 urbie #Lrnchat A3 it depends: on how mature your coworkers, workplace are. Supportive, helpful at one end; shunning, ridicule at the other extreme
20:57 WinnyLaura “@MattGuyan: A3 Frustration if you want to learn something but struggle to #lrnchat” so true
20:57 davidbell02 Q3) There is no crying in learning. #lrnchat
20:57 salpertelon Upset, frustration, giving up, feeling inadequate #pst_elon #lrnchat
20:57 trainersleaders Found it; what’s scary about bald guys? RT @JaneBozarth i posted best halloween pic of the year for Q0 and no one cared #lrnchat
20:57 Rozpursey RT @cammybean: RT @Quinnovator a3) can be motivational or demotivational, depending on context, confidence, beliefs about learning #lrnchat
20:57 write2tg A3) When I don’t know something &I am trying to know (learn) but its not happening,there is frustration, demotivation, failure #lrnchat
20:57 JustStormy @cammybean on any other day, I’d say this sounds okay…however, today…i have an image of you with a pick ax #lrnchat
20:57 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr A3 The embarassment as an outcome of not knowing something could weaken confidence for future
20:57 allthingsnoisy @Quinnovator Complacency is the worst. But sometimes, I realize there is no need to learn it after all, for multiple reasons. #lrnchat
20:58 JaneBozarth @trainersleaders nothing. was just sharing halloween pics. #Lrnchat
20:58 CEdwardsTeach MT “@DavidTCopeland: Q3) self-esteem is hurt impacting willingness to risk learning in future. #lrnchat” #pst_elon
20:58 kelly_smith01 When I don’t “know” something I instantly think “Wikipedia” or “The Google” #lrnchat
20:58 willconstantine @WinnyLaura true…..the emotional response of when a training event is mentioned. #lrnchat
20:58 AtipriyaBothra A3. at that moment there is discouragement …but in the back of the mind there is a kind of motivation to overcome that weakness #lrnchat
20:58 allthingsnoisy @cammybean My office lives to brainstorm. We eat it right up! #lrnchat
20:58 MJK60631 A3) Emotionally, not knowing might make some feel shame, incompetence, disengaged. #lrnchat
20:58 cammybean @JustStormy I happen to have a pick axe right here…mwhahaha! #lrnchat
20:58 lodtrain “@kelly_smith01: When I don’t “know” something I instantly think “Wikipedia” or “The Google” #lrnchat” true
20:58 trainersleaders q3) Emotional effects of not knowing something or how to do something: exactly what we’re discussing–fear/shame can set in; ugly! #lrnchat
20:58 JaneBozarth @trainersleaders corgi was a racehorse #Lrnchat http://t.co/WLqH9MVUi5
20:58 ArnikaBhalerao RT @kelly_smith01: When I don’t “know” something I instantly think “Wikipedia” or “The Google” #lrnchat
20:59 mesameerkhan depends on context.i am happy about not knowing few things.for things i want to know but dont know,makes me competetive #lrnchat
20:59 Quinnovator @allthingsnoisy was thinking complacency whether having to learn it or not (& capable if so); yes, complacency could be bad #lrnchat
20:59 odguru RT @JaneBozarth: RT @cammybean You want fear? I’ll give you fear. #lrnchat
20:59 davidbell02 RT @odguru RT @JaneBozarth: RT @cammybean You want fear? I’ll give you fear. #lrnchat
20:59 cammybean @AndrewJacobsLD Zombies know one thing. Brains. #lrnchat
21:00 cammybean You guys are really killing it tonight. #lrnchat
21:00 Quinnovator RT @cammybean: @AndrewJacobsLD Zombies know one thing. Brains. #lrnchat < yeah, but as flavor, not neuroscience
21:00 SumitBrahma2 A3: The realization of not knowing is motivation enough to learn further #lrnchat #siib_hr
21:00 allthingsnoisy @Quinnovator And if you decide no, shift perspective to not feel shame or anxiety. #lrnchat
21:00 willconstantine RT @Quinnovator: RT @cammybean: @AndrewJacobsLD Zombies know one thing. Brains. #lrnchat < yeah, but as flavor, not neuroscience
21:01 cammybean @Quinnovator @AndrewJacobsLD That’s Dr. Zombie to you, Dr. Quinn. #lrnchat
21:01 allthingsnoisy It’s all the CANDY. RT @cammybean: You guys are really killing it tonight. #lrnchat
21:01 kelly_smith01 RT @cammybean: @Quinnovator @AndrewJacobsLD That’s Dr. Zombie to you, Dr. Quinn. #lrnchat
21:01 Quinnovator a3) and reckon you can choose your emotional response (tho’ easier said than done!) #lrnchat
21:01 willconstantine @kelly_smith01 it’s our response #lrnchat
21:01 Joseph_Suarez Yet they accomplish so much🙂 RT @cammybean @AndrewJacobsLD Zombies know one thing. Brains. #lrnchat
21:01 trainersleaders Now that’s scary! (I want to be in her workshop.) RT @cammybean @JustStormy I happen to have a pick axe right here…mwhahaha! #lrnchat
21:01 Quinnovator RT @allthingsnoisy: @Quinnovator And if you decide no, shift perspective to not feel shame or anxiety. #lrnchat < what she said
21:01 urbie #Lrnchat A3 Even a learner who is seriously motivated and reviews his/her lessons by night might still not get it. Was Yoda right? No try?
21:01 willconstantine @allthingsnoisy @cammybean especially the Reese’s #lrnchat
21:02 cammybean @SumitBrahma2 Realization of not knowing does not always equal motivation. Sometimes it’s quite the opposite. #lrnchat
21:02 write2tg That’s all the time I have folks. Would have loved to pick your brains(!) but my daughter is ready to head out! Happy Halloween! #lrnchat
21:02 lrnchat Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:02 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:02 _Kavi RT @AdwiteeChandra: #lrnchat #siib_hr A3 The embarassment as an outcome of not knowing something could weaken confidence for future
21:03 davidbell02 Q3) I have found most people are forgiving when I don’t know something especially if they can draw pictures and explain it to me. #lrnchat
21:03 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:03 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:03 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:03 cammybean @Joseph_Suarez @AndrewJacobsLD Zombies aren’t really interesting in learning, are they? Single focus…on eating brains. #lrnchat
21:03 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:03 allthingsnoisy q4) Because often times, people are good enough and motivated enough to teach you, school you, encourage you! #lrnchat
21:03 trainersleaders Will: Try explaining that to learners fearful of losing job: RT @willconstantine RT @davidbell02: There is no crying in learning. #lrnchat
21:03 CEdwardsTeach A4.) Acknowledging not knowing something suggests humility and a willingness to learn. #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:03 odguru A4. Usually. #lrnchat
21:03 cammybean a4) When you acknowledge that you don’t know something, you open yourself up to learning that something… #lrnchat
21:03 AndrewJacobsLD #Lrnchat Q4 Loved this from @timbuckteeth recently – FAIL = First Attempt In Learning
21:03 MJK60631 RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:04 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:04 willconstantine @lrnchat A4) OMG it creates a level of transparency to folks and removes the “Know It All” complex #lrnchat
21:04 jessb1999 A4: When you can learn from or use it to connect with another person #lrnchat
21:04 allthingsnoisy Brraaaaaiiiiinnnnnsss… #lrnchat #lrnchatpuns
21:04 cammybean RT @AndrewJacobsLD Q4 Loved this from @timbuckteeth recently – FAIL = First Attempt In Learning #lrnchat
21:04 kelly_smith01 Q4) When one has trust and faith in feedback system and protocol. #lrnchat
21:04 willconstantine RT @cammybean: a4) When you acknowledge that you don’t know something, you open yourself up to learning that something… #lrnchat
21:04 davidbell02 Q4) When the plane is about to crash. #lrnchat
21:04 JustStormy true RT @willconstantine: @lrnchat A4) OMG it creates a level of transparency to folks and removes the “Know It All” complex #lrnchat
21:04 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:04 _bineesh_ A4: #lrnchat acknowledging not knowing something is the highest form of humility. Sets an example for others to follow #leadership
21:04 JaneBozarth Oh, children, there is power in saying, “I don’t know how to do that…” #lrnchat
21:04 DavidnProgress Q4) Often! Ignorance is bliss and these folks at times will try things others think will fail. Removes barriers #lrnchat
21:04 willconstantine @cammybean this is very true #lrnchat
21:04 cammybean a4) Acknowledging you don’t know something makes you seem more human…and not like such a zombie. #lrnchat
21:04 kelly_smith01 RT @JaneBozarth: Oh, children, there is power in saying, “I don’t know how to do that…” #lrnchat
21:04 lodtrain Q4) Better to be humble and say you will learn, then not to admit u dont know – set expectations of mgt / others #lrnchat
21:05 urbie #Lrnchat A4 Anytime BEFORE you need to use what you should have learned. Best to speak up early for remediation or to get into another line.
21:05 trainersleaders q4) Acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something can be a benefit when in a supportive learning environment #lrnchat
21:05 cammybean RT @JaneBozarth Oh, children, there is power in saying, “I don’t know how to do that…” #lrnchat
21:05 MJK60631 A4) When one is in the company of those generous spirits willing to share their knowledge. #lrnchat
21:05 Bhryckie Q4)admitting not knowing can lead to others being prepared to share their knowledge. If you don’t ask no one will tell you! #lrnchat
21:05 WinnyLaura “@cammybean: a4) When you acknowledge that you don’t know something, you open yourself up to learning that something… #lrnchat” yes!
21:05 Quinnovator a4) own your knowledge and your lack thereof, the wisest recognize that they have much to learn #lrnchat
21:05 Tracy_Parish Q4) The moment you acknowledge the unknown is the moment you allow the door to open and let someone to guide you through. #lrnchat
21:05 MattGuyan A4 Better to admit to not knowing than pretending to know and getting found out that you don’t #lrnchat
21:05 _bineesh_ RT @cammybean: a4) Acknowledging you don’t know something makes you seem more human…and not like such a zombie. #lrnchat
21:05 trainersleaders Disparaging zombies on Halloween? MT @cammybean Acknowledging you don’t know something makes you seem more human, not like a zombie #lrnchat
21:06 Fran_Tarkenton Ask questions, seek other varied opinions. We learn and improve from the things we see, hear and do. #lrnchat #business
21:06 Quinnovator a4) or, only the foolish claim to know what they don’t, or that they know it all #lrnchat
21:06 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr A4 It opens doors for giving and receiving positive feedback system
21:06 allthingsnoisy We all didn’t know _________ at one time. #lrnchat
21:06 ArnikaBhalerao A4) when u still have time to get things known is the right time.learning after time has gone is learning with heavy consequences #lrnchat
21:06 mesameerkhan a4.when u do it to yourself always a benefit.u know where u stand.when acknowledge before others u never know where it will take u #lrnchat
21:06 Quinnovator RT @MattGuyan: A4 Better to admit to not knowing than pretending to know and getting found out that you don’t #lrnchat
21:06 sorokti “@Quinnovator: a4) own your knowledge and your lack thereof, the wisest recognize that they have much to learn #lrnchat” #xplrpln #msloc
21:06 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Q4 Do we trust the authentic ppl who admit their gaps, or the perfect ppl who never make a mistake?
21:06 JustStormy amen
RT @cammybean: a4) Acknowledging you don’t know something makes you seem more human…and not like such a zombie. #lrnchat
21:06 Tracy_Parish q4) Embracing not knowing let’s you break down your own emotional barriers to discovering more. #lrnchat
21:06 WinnyLaura RT @Quinnovator: a4) own your knowledge and your lack thereof, the wisest recognize that they have much to learn #lrnchat
21:06 allthingsnoisy In other words, we’ve all been in the spot where we didn’t know to do that thing, whatever it is. Same start. #lrnchat
21:06 cammybean RT @MattGuyan A4 Better to admit to not knowing than pretending to know and getting found out that you don’t #lrnchat
21:06 kelly_smith01 Recognizing/realizing the knowledge/performance issue on your own is beneficial #lrnchat
21:07 trainersleaders Yum. Brain nourishment. RT @cammybean LD Zombies aren’t really interesting in learning, are they? Single focus…on eating brains. #lrnchat
21:07 CEdwardsTeach YES! MT @Tracy_Parish: Q4)The moment you acknowledge the unknown you allow the door to open and let someone to guide you. #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:07 lodtrain Q4) When teaching others a new tech, good to share your trials and tips on how u learned (when at first u knew nothing) #lrnchat
21:07 davidbell02 Q4) I’d like to know before you conduct open heart surgery. #lrnchat
21:07 Tracy_Parish q4) better to say you don’t know then to mess something up huge and get fired.😉 #lrnchat
21:07 JustStormy LOL RT @davidbell02: Q4) I’d like to know before you conduct open heart surgery. #lrnchat
21:07 trainersleaders Beautiful: RT @CEdwardsTeach A4.) Acknowledging not knowing something suggests humility and a willingness to learn. #lrnchat
21:07 cammybean @trainersleaders Au contraire. I am, in fact, a zombie. #lrnchat
21:07 Quinnovator if only eating brains led to insight, instead of indigestion #lrnchat #zombie
21:07 lodtrain Eating candy while waiting for trick or treaters – hope they hurry bfore all gone🙂 #lrnchat
21:07 willconstantine RT @kelly_smith01: Recognizing/realizing the knowledge/performance issue on your own is beneficial #lrnchat
21:08 kelly_smith01 Where wolf in London? #lrnchat
21:08 hjarche RT @Quinnovator: a4) own your knowledge and your lack thereof, the wisest recognize that they have much to learn #lrnchat
21:08 JaneBozarth “Can you show me how to do that?” helps both learner and teacher learn. #lrnchat
21:08 AtipriyaBothra a4) acknowledging that you don’t know something shows you are a keen learner that, according to me, adds to your good quality #lrnchat
21:08 willconstantine @Tracy_Parish eh peanuts… #lrnchat
21:08 urbie #Lrnchat. There’s a lot of “fake it ’til you make it” going on.
21:08 SumitBrahma2 A4: To acknowledge what one does not know is the 1st step of learning #lrnchat #siib_hr
21:08 _bineesh_ RT @JaneBozarth: “Can you show me how to do that?” helps both learner and teacher learn. #lrnchat
21:08 Tracy_Parish Telling someone you don’t know how to do something can get you out of a lot of extra “duties”. LOL #lrnchat
21:08 davidbell02 RT @urbie #Lrnchat. There’s a lot of “fake it ’til you make it” going on.
21:08 CEdwardsTeach #LT How can teachers guide students through that door? #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:09 JaneBozarth I am SO not afraid of @cammybean #lrnchat
21:09 willconstantine @JaneBozarth especially if the teacher is rusty! #lrnchat
21:09 lrnchat Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:09 kelly_smith01 Asking “How do you know when you are finished?” helps #lrnchat
21:09 Tracy_Parish Mom: Make your bed! Kid: I don’t know how. #lrnchat
21:09 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:09 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:09 trainersleaders An aside to anyone using http://t.co/Z1kaUeAYKZ for #lrnchat this evening: check out @JaneBozarth’s Daddy Warbucks pic–twice in the banner!
21:09 kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:09 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:09 WinnyLaura RT @Tracy_Parish: Telling someone you don’t know how to do something can get you out of a lot of extra “duties”. LOL #lrnchat
21:09 AndrewJacobsLD @kelly_smith01 I’m in East London – Wolfhamstow to be precise. #lrnchat
21:09 willconstantine @Tracy_Parish or create the burden #lrnchat
21:09 sorokti RT @lrnchat: Q4) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something a benefit? #lrnchat
21:09 cammybean @urbie Faking it is different than doing something without knowing. Faking it is practicing a skill until it’s ingrained. #lrnchat
21:09 davidbell02 RT @Tracy_Parish Telling someone you don’t know how to do something can get you out of a lot of extra “duties”. LOL #lrnchat
21:09 CEdwardsTeach RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:09 Quinnovator a5) when it’s not safe to admit a lack of knowledge #lrnchat
21:09 lodtrain Q4) Learned from an intern how to do something cool on our LMS, didnt know that and made a great new contact #lrnchat
21:10 MattGuyan RT@Tracy_Parish: Telling someone you don’t know how to do something can get you out of a lot of extra “duties”. LOL #lrnchat
21:10 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:10 Quinnovator a5) when the company culture is “anything you say can and will be used against you” #lrnchat
21:10 venderleys A4) when the experts are in the room, ready to prove you wrong. You let them prove them right (about knowing stuff)! #lrnchat
21:10 kelly_smith01 Q5) When you do not have an adequate feedback protocol or leadership #lrnchat
21:10 willconstantine A5) when you are unknowingly sabotaging your own development. #lrnchat
21:10 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:10 jshamsy #Lrnchat q5) when it is part of your job and you really are supposed to know that…#old #iforgetalot
21:10 heikan2003 RT @Quinnovator: a4) or, only the foolish claim to know what they don’t, or that they know it all #lrnchat
21:10 cammybean a4) Acknowledging that you don’t know can make a leader seem…like not a leader….sometimes…depends. #lrnchat
21:10 WinnyLaura Q5 when your company restructures and you get ‘repointed’ into a role in which you have no experience! #lrnchat
21:10 trainersleaders Be afraid. Be deeeeeeppppllllyyyy afraid on Halloween: RT @JaneBozarth I am SO not afraid of @cammybean #lrnchat
21:10 lodtrain Q5) Not ack not knowing is problematic ALL THE TIME, just admit, lose ego and then learn #lrnchat
21:10 Tracy_Parish Q5) I think not telling someone you don’t know how to do something is the major point of many movie plots. #lrnchat
21:10 urbie #Lrnchat A5 When others are watching.
21:10 davidbell02 Q5) When everyone is relying on you to know. #lrnchat
21:11 Quinnovator a5) when you rise to your level of incompetence #lrnchat #peterprinciple
21:11 willconstantine A5) when you have the ” Little boy who cried wolf” effect #lrnchat
21:11 Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:11 CEdwardsTeach “RT @willconstantine: A5) when you are unknowingly sabotaging your own development. #lrnchat” #pst_elon
21:11 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:11 cammybean @JaneBozarth Oh yeah? Well then. I’ll give you something to fear. I’ll sic my ducks on you. #lrnchat
21:11 MattGuyan A5 If you’re a dr about to go into surgery😉 #lrnchat
21:11 willconstantine RT @Quinnovator: a5) when you rise to your level of incompetence #lrnchat #peterprinciple
21:11 cammybean RT @Tracy_Parish: Q5) I think not telling someone you don’t know how to do something is the major point of many movie plots. #lrnchat
21:11 Quinnovator RT @MattGuyan: A5 If you’re a dr about to go into surgery😉 #lrnchat
21:11 kelly_smith01 When use did not use the job aide or performance checklist #lrnchat
21:11 willconstantine @davidbell02 YES #lrnchat
21:11 Tracy_Parish RT @CEdwardsTeach: “RT @willconstantine: A5) when you are unknowingly sabotaging your own development. #lrnchat” #pst_elon
21:11 cammybean @Quinnovator So when is it not safe? Examples please. #lrnchat
21:12 lodtrain “@MattGuyan: A5 If you’re a dr about to go into surgery😉 #lrnchat” boo scary
21:12 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Q5 Depends how far the admission will create a risk, the extent of that risk and how it might be mitigated.
21:12 sorokti A4) asking for help expands your personal learning network #lrnchat #xplrpln
21:12 _bineesh_ #lrnchat A5: you have to be a ‘know-it-all’ with your customer and your boss. Otherwise problems aplenty
21:12 ArnikaBhalerao A5) when it is your job to know something. #lrnchat
21:12 jessb1999 A5: When you have a bully boss and are pitching to a client with said boss in the room! #lrnchat
21:12 cammybean @trainersleaders @JaneBozarth Paul has the appropriate respect for me. He knows to be afraid. #lrnchat.
21:12 JaneBozarth @cammybean @cammybean I have a thoroughbred racehorse. We ain’t scared of your ducks. #lrnchat
21:12 trainersleaders Beat me to it: MT @Quinnovator [Acknowledging not knowing something is problematic] when it’s not safe to admit lack of knowledge #lrnchat
21:12 MatheMaddycal I feel this is appropriate for our chat 2night: “Never let the fear of striking out, keep you from playing the game.” #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:12 Quinnovator @cammybean when someone will use it to demean you, or undermine you #lrnchat
21:13 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr A5 When u know that the solution 2 problem would not be offered by the 3rd party involved, its safe not to admit ignorance
21:13 cammybean @JaneBozarth Well, my ducks can fly onto the roof. And your horse has really short legs. #lrnchat
21:13 Tracy_Parish Sales? Can you imagine trying to sell anything and not know all the selling points, let alone admitting that? #lrnchat
21:13 trainersleaders MT @lodtrain [Acknowledging not knowing how to do something is problematic] if you’re a dr about to go into surgery #lrnchat” #boo #scary
21:13 Quinnovator a5) when you’re supposed to know it, need to know it, need to apply it, and can’t #lrnchat
21:14 MatheMaddycal RT @CEdwardsTeach: “RT @willconstantine: A5) when you are unknowingly sabotaging your own development. #lrnchat” #pst_elon
21:14 WinnyLaura Awesome chat today gotta bust a move and chat next time #HappyHalloween #lrnchat
21:14 _bineesh_ RT @Tracy_Parish: Sales? Can you imagine trying to sell anything and not know all the selling points, let alone admitting that? #lrnchat
21:14 JaneBozarth I just wish more people could say “I don’t know”…fallout from not doing that takes forever to fix #lrnchat
21:14 JustStormy RT @JaneBozarth: I just wish more people could say “I don’t know”…fallout from not doing that takes forever to fix #lrnchat
21:14 Tracy_Parish Car repair? Surgery? Pilots? Anything where someone’s life is potentially in your hands. Hope you admit when you don’t know. #lrnchat.
21:14 cammybean @Quinnovator Yeah, but sometimes demeaning you may be the right thing to do! Like if you’re about to make a BIG mistake. #lrnchat
21:14 Tracy_Parish RT @JaneBozarth: I just wish more people could say “I don’t know”…fallout from not doing that takes forever to fix #lrnchat
21:14 JaneBozarth @cammybean ok true. #lrnchat
21:14 Tracy_Parish RT @WinnyLaura: Awesome chat today gotta bust a move and chat next time #lrnchat Great you could come.
21:15 trainersleaders Not safe if admitting ignorance undermines position in org: RT @cammybean @Quinnovator So when is it not safe? Examples please. #lrnchat
21:15 lodtrain “@JaneBozarth: I just wish more people could say “I don’t know”…fallout from not doing that takes forever to fix #lrnchat” Agreed
21:15 JustStormy @JaneBozarth Have to agree Jane…have a situation like that going on right now. Just tell me if you don’t know…we’ll fix it. #lrnchat
21:15 Quinnovator @cammybean think that’d only be true if your ego was too big to take the advice, and not sure demeaning is best approach regardless #lrnchat
21:15 MattGuyan A5 it would have been problematic for George Costanza to admit he wasn’t a marine biologist…. #lrnchat
21:15 davidbell02 Q5) When you are the character in the movie Cast Away. #lrnchat
21:15 cammybean @trainersleaders But maybe your position should be undermined! #lrnchat
21:15 trainersleaders You taught me well. Wounds still healing. RT @cammybean Paul has the appropriate respect for me. He knows to be afraid. #lrnchat.
21:16 AndrewJacobsLD @cammybean @Quinnovator Does reputational risk prevent people being honest? Arguably it makes them more authentic. #lrnchat
21:16 cammybean @Quinnovator demeaning may not be the right word choice here…but sometimes a dumb*ss is just a dumb*ss. #lrnchat
21:16 jessb1999 @JaneBozarth I have no problem saying it – but I usually add “but I will find out” and then go forth and find out🙂 #lrnchat
21:16 heikan2003 @heikan2003: Q5) when you did not prepare for how to get the answers #lrnchat
21:16 trainersleaders I love this even w/o context: MT @cammybean @JaneBozarth My ducks can fly onto the roof. And your horse has really short legs. #lrnchat
21:16 mesameerkhan a5.problematic when the 2nd person xpects u to know #lrnchat
21:16 sorokti @MJK60631 Being vulnerable takes courage! #lrnchat #OLCBreneCourse
21:16 willconstantine RT @jessb1999: @JaneBozarth I have no problem saying it – but I usually add “but I will find out” and then go forth and find out🙂 #lrnchat
21:17 MattGuyan A5 also problematic when you admit you forgot an anniversary or birthdays #lrnchat
21:17 davidbell02 @Quinnovator demeaning may not be the right word choice here…but sometimes a dumb*ss is just a dumb*ss. #lrnchat
21:17 cammybean @trainersleaders @JaneBozarth It IS really good without the context, isn’t it? So we’re not going to tell. #lrnchat
21:17 willconstantine RT @mesameerkhan: a5.problematic when the 2nd person xpects u to know #lrnchat
21:17 SumitBrahma2 When the organizational culture does not encourage employees to make mistakes #lrnchat #siib_hr
21:17 _bineesh_ RT @mesameerkhan: a5.problematic when the 2nd person xpects u to know #lrnchat
21:17 trainersleaders RT @JaneBozarth I just wish more people could say “I don’t know”…fallout from not doing that takes forever to fix #lrnchat
21:18 lrnchat Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:18 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:18 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:18 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:18 urbie #Lrnchat A5 when the “other” expert retires and you’re IT.
21:18 trainersleaders RT @Quinnovator [Acknowledging not knowing something is problematic] when someone will use it to demean you, or undermine you #lrnchat
21:18 casillia The disruptive business model for higher education is open source http://t.co/khaKgCAHdC #MOOC #HigherEd #lrnchat
21:18 MatheMaddycal A5) when the information is essential and is something you need in the gaining/experiencing of something new #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:18 Tracy_Parish Q6) Show them the first step is easier then they imagine and then baby-steps from there. #lrnchat
21:18 davidbell02 Q6) Provide Performance Support tools #lrnchat
21:18 cammybean a6) We can model humility, respect the not knowing, show the way, be willing to learn ourselves and admit our mistakes. #lrnchat
21:19 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:19 HumWea7 #lrnchat not sure demeaning someone is ever a good idea.
21:19 MatheMaddycal RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat…
21:19 Quinnovator a6) be strong, and model it, scaffold it with grace and kindness #lrnchat
21:19 lodtrain Q6) Teach them, with easy tips, for ex. Analog – use post its to teach how to tweet/use Soc Media – teach them #lrnchat
21:19 Tracy_Parish Q6) Encouragement, positive reinforcement. #lrnchat Candy
21:19 cammybean a6) Model beginners mind. Be open to the new. #lrnchat
21:19 willconstantine @lrnchat COACHING IS AN OPPORTUNITY #lrnchat
21:19 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:19 mitgang_sydney A3-depending on what the subject is, emotional effects can be minimal or completely destructive #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:19 Tracy_Parish RT @cammybean: a6) Model beginners mind. Be open to the new. #lrnchat
21:19 Tracy_Parish RT @willconstantine: @lrnchat COACHING IS AN OPPORTUNITY #lrnchat
21:19 MattGuyan A6 set an example and admit when you don’t know something, maybe others will follow #lrnchat
21:19 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat: Q6) How can we overcome or help others to overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:20 Quinnovator a6) learn out loud #lrnchat
21:20 davidbell02 Q6) “Get over yourself”…with love. #lrnchat
21:20 trainersleaders Figured it out; your secret is safe with me MT @cammybean It IS really good w/out the context, isn’t it? So we’re not going to tell #lrnchat
21:20 Tracy_Parish Share with them one of your “not knowing moments” and let them know we all have them. #lrnchat
21:20 lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: a6) learn out loud #lrnchat
21:20 cammybean RT @Quinnovator: a6) learn out loud #lrnchat
21:20 lodtrain RT @davidbell02: Q6) “Get over yourself”…with love. #lrnchat
21:20 Bhryckie Q6) often we can lead by example, when we admit that we don’t know this can allow others to not be afraid to ask #lrnchat
21:20 lodtrain RT @willconstantine: @lrnchat COACHING IS AN OPPORTUNITY #lrnchat
21:20 lodtrain RT @cammybean: a6) Model beginners mind. Be open to the new. #lrnchat
21:20 lodtrain RT @Tracy_Parish: Q6) Encouragement, positive reinforcement. #lrnchat Candy
21:20 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Q6 Highlight how much they do know, the base they’re working from. Role model behaviours, #showyourwork, authentic. #lrnchat
21:20 willconstantine We can help them along the way and over come that fear #lrnchat
21:20 JaneBozarth RT @Quinnovator: a6) learn out loud #lrnchat
21:20 ArnikaBhalerao A6) the 1st step to overcoming the shame/fear of not knowing is to admit tht you do not know something n not get disheartened by it #lrnchat
21:21 lodtrain RT @Tracy_Parish: Share with them one of your “not knowing moments” and let them know we all have them. #lrnchat
21:21 lodtrain RT @Bhryckie: Q6) often we can lead by example, when we admit that we don’t know this can allow others to not be afraid to ask #lrnchat
21:21 mesameerkhan a6.know the art of giving.softly push them to do it.share your stories.and when they do it sucessfully it brings u joy #lrnchat
21:21 Tracy_Parish #showyourwork as you are learning something new. Share the experience of not knowing together and learn together. #lrnchat
21:21 MattGuyan @Tracy_Parish Yes! #lrnchat
21:21 essigna Q6 develop a learning culture within the organisation.. it’s ok NOT to know – even beneficial. Let’s find out (learn) together #lrnchat
21:21 _bineesh_ A6: by empathizing. Say ‘its ok. here’s something that can help’ and share whatever you can to help him/her learn #lrnchat
21:21 MatheMaddycal A6) by establishing & creating an environment where people feel comfortable to admit to not knowing and to ask questions #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:21 mitgang_sydney A6-We need to show our students that they are there to learn. Not knowing things is expected and it allows them to grow! #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:21 cammybean q6) As Jane says, “Show your work”… #lrnchat
21:21 jessb1999 A6: By being gentle/kind in our interactions. If we think they are having a hard time admitting not knowing, gently guide them #lrnchat
21:21 cammybean RT @Tracy_Parish #showyourwork as you are learning something new. Share the experience of not knowing together and learn together. #lrnchat
21:21 trainersleaders q6) We can overcome or help others overcome shame/fear of not knowing something or how to do something by being patient/supportive #lrnchat
21:21 lodtrain Q6)Not knowing is an OPPORTUNITY to add to your skill set #lrnchat
21:21 urbie #Lrnchat A6 By enabling a soft-landing. Or issuing knee and elbow pads or by doing pre-assessments. Observant trainers, supes, peers.
21:21 kelly_smith01 Q6) No penalties – encouragement – support – #lrnchat
21:21 JustStormy a6) what if they have no desire to receive your help and they just want to claim they still don’t know? #lrnchat
21:22 Tracy_Parish RT @kelly_smith01: Q6) No penalties – encouragement – support – #lrnchat
21:22 AndrewJacobsLD @Tracy_Parish Use them as a ‘knower’ for something you don’t adds real value. #lrnchat
21:22 LearnGeo a5 problematic bc by not admitting you don’t know you could be missing your best chance to gather insight and knowledge #lrnchat
21:22 davidbell02 RT @jessb1999 A6: By being gentle/kind in our interactions. #lrnchat
21:22 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr A6 By believing in your inquisitive mind & capabilities to overcome obstacles that might arise during the learning process
21:22 Tracy_Parish Celebrate the small successes when learning new stuff/tasks #lrnchat
21:22 Quinnovator a6) celebrate the lesson learned (not the failure) #lrnchat
21:22 urbie #Lrnchat A6 You could also design job-aids, basically stuff to help the learner scaffold their way to success.
21:22 allthingsnoisy @JustStormy You can lead a learner to knowledge but you can’t make them…..? #lrnchat
21:23 davidbell02 RT @allthingsnoisy @JustStormy You can lead a learner to knowledge but you can’t make them…..? #lrnchat
21:23 kelly_smith01 Q6) In Fargo a deputy makes a mistake – Marge says “I don’t think I agree with your police work there” the gently corrects #lrnchat
21:23 willconstantine RT @Tracy_Parish: Celebrate the small successes when learning new stuff/tasks #lrnchat
21:23 trainersleaders RT @Tracy_Parish #showyourwork as you are learning something new. Share the experience of not knowing together and learn together. #lrnchat
21:23 sorokti U r in good company! MT @JaneBozarth:I’ve been in same office 10 yrs & still don’t know how 2 transfer phone lines.I’m ok with that #lrnchat
21:23 HumWea7 #lrnchat Just laugh it off and dig in so you will know it ASAP.
21:23 trainersleaders RT @lodtrain Q6)Not knowing is an OPPORTUNITY to add to your skill set #lrnchat
21:23 _bineesh_ RT @Quinnovator: a6) celebrate the lesson learned (not the failure) #lrnchat
21:24 willconstantine @Tracy_Parish that is what builds the motivation to keep going rather than big loses… #lrnchat
21:24 jessb1999 I like the way you think! RT: @trainersleaders q6) by being patient/supportive #lrnchat
21:24 cammybean RT @kelly_smith01 Q6) In Fargo a deputy makes a mistake – Marge says “I don’t think I agree with your police work there”… #lrnchat
21:24 kelly_smith01 Hey I got to use a line from Fargo in #lrnchat – Youbetcha
21:24 lodtrain RT @Tracy_Parish: Celebrate the small successes when learning new stuff/tasks #lrnchat
21:24 heikan2003 RT @Tracy_Parish: Q6) Encouragement, positive reinforcement. #lrnchat Candy
21:24 lodtrain RT @urbie: #Lrnchat A6 You could also design job-aids, basically stuff to help the learner scaffold their way to success.
21:24 Elham_ab RT @lrnchat: Q2) What are the cognitive effects of not knowing something or how to do something? #lrnchat
21:24 trainersleaders Training-teaching-learning 101: RT @Tracy_Parish Celebrate the small successes when learning new stuff/tasks #lrnchat
21:24 LearnGeo A6 have everyone show their work and talk about it. Break it down and walk through the process #lrnchat
21:24 _bineesh_ RT @trainersleaders: RT @lodtrain Q6)Not knowing is an OPPORTUNITY to add to your skill set #lrnchat
21:24 Tracy_Parish RT @LearnGeo: A6 have everyone show their work and talk about it. Break it down and walk through the process #lrnchat
21:24 mitgang_sydney RT @Quinnovator: a6) celebrate the lesson learned (not the failure) #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:24 lodtrain “@heikan2003: RT @Tracy_Parish: Q6) Encouragement, positive reinforcement. #lrnchat Candy” Candy!!!
21:24 cammybean @kelly_smith01I often think about those DLR plates. #lrnchat
21:24 jessb1999 @sorokti @JaneBozarth Same here! #lrnchat
21:25 lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 jessb1999 @allthingsnoisy @JustStormy think! #lrnchat
21:25 allthingsnoisy @HumWea7 We use this method frequently. Our stuff is boring to most, so we use humor (sparingly) to facilitate learning. #lrnchat
21:25 AtipriyaBothra By making other realize that not knowing something is not a bad thing…everybody here does not know everything #lrnchat
21:25 trainersleaders Thanks; learned it from great mentors RT @jessb1999 I like the way you think! RT: @trainersleaders q6) by being patient/supportive #lrnchat
21:25 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?
21:25 kelly_smith01 @cammybean @kelly_smith01I I think I’ll get some vanity DLR plates #lrnchat
21:25 JaneBozarth Love that so many tweets mention showing your work😉 #lrnchat
21:25 JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 MattGuyan @trainersleaders @Tracy_Parish Great way to build on ideas as you learn #lrnchat
21:25 mitgang_sydney RT @trainersleaders: RT @lodtrain Q6)Not knowing is an OPPORTUNITY to add to your skill set #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:25 davidbell02 RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:26 urbie #Lrnchat A6 in Jaws when Hooper says “We need a bigger boat.”: designing the work so someone can call a time-out if there is doubt.
21:26 JaneBozarth Lots of first-timers tonight. Did y’all have fun? #lrnchat
21:26 Quinnovator thanks to all new and returning participants for another wild, wise, and witty #lrnchat. Watch out for things that go bump in the night!
21:26 lodtrain QWrap) Happy Halloween nothing to fear from #lrnchat from IT global clickity click training #lrnchat
21:26 allthingsnoisy That went fast! RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:26 mesameerkhan a6.just make them do it somehow.we all can do things.its just a matter of trying.and if they do it once they can do it always #lrnchat
21:26 Elham_ab RT @lrnchat: Q5) When is acknowledging not knowing something or how to do something problematic? #lrnchat
21:26 cammybean qw) Cammy “Zombie Brain” Beans. Comin’ down off a sugar high from the heart of Halloweenland. Thanks for the treats! #lrnchat
21:26 Tracy_Parish Qwrap) What that went so incredibly fast!!!! #lrnchat
21:26 trainersleaders Sorry, @lrnchat, it’s Halloween; we’re not ready to wrap it up yet; still too much learning candy to pick up here in #lrnchat
21:26 LearnGeo A6 it’s all about the environment, lose the egos early. Encourage safety in the unknown #lrnchat
21:26 cammybean RT @JaneBozarth: Lots of first-timers tonight. Did y’all have fun? #lrnchat
21:26 kelly_smith01 Qwrap) Think I will spend two weeks in Brainerd in December w/marge&Norm #lrnchat
21:27 cammybean @Tracy_Parish Again, it was the sugar. #lrnchat
21:27 urbie RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:27 allthingsnoisy Sakes alive, I really missed #lrnchat. Jenda in global supply chain (sales & tech) in Pittsburgh. Peace and learning!
21:27 davidbell02 L&D, Houston, TX Always learning something new…BOO! #lrnchat
21:27 Tracy_Parish Thanks All joining outside EST time zone. You’ve joined either before or after Trick or Treat time, really glad you were here. #lrnchat
21:27 Quinnovator Clark Quinn, learning & technology fiend, consultant/speaker/author, genial malcontent, blogger at http://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R #lrnchat
21:27 mitgang_sydney RT @LearnGeo: A6 it’s all about the environment, lose the egos early. Encourage safety in the unknown #lrnchat #pst_elon
21:28 DavidnProgress Introduction: Learning and Development manager for @sprint Also tweet as @davidtcopeland #lrnchat
21:28 ArnikaBhalerao being an MBA-HR student, got to know a lot of out of the box ideas today. thank you very much everyone. #lrnchat
21:28 MattGuyan #lrnchat A great ‘treat’ each week! My latest blog post Improving Learner Motivation for eLearning http://t.co/DxcqWSgS0u #elearning
21:28 AndrewJacobsLD @JaneBozarth Very much so. #lrnchat
21:28 willconstantine Will Constantine, Learning Haus, elearning and ISD #lrnchat
21:28 JaneBozarth @AndrewJacobsLD Good. It’s very late for you. Honored/honoured to have you with us. #lrnchat
21:29 trainersleaders Wrap-up: Paul Signorelli, writer-trainer-instructional designer; blogging at http://t.co/Nr8guYLjKp & learning with #lrnchat & #xplrpln
21:29 _bineesh_ #lrnchat Bineesh Manikandan, student of HR in SIIB Pune, india. Thanks a lot for this learning opportunity🙂
21:29 urbie #Lrnchat awrap urbie Delgado, instructional designer. If you’re in Austin Saturday 11/9/13 check out #EdcampATX .. A day of #ShowYourWork
21:29 AdwiteeChandra #lrnchat #siib_hr I am a senior year MBA student. It was a great learning experience here today. Thank you all🙂
21:29 jessb1999 Jessica, Cooperative Extension Education in WI Great discussion – wish I hadn’t been so late to the party. I even wore a costume! #lrnchat
21:29 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:29 LearnGeo Qwrap) Richard, DoD Civilian chief of learning design solutions – learning science and technology nerd. Proud Penn State Alum #lrnchat
21:29 mitgang_sydney Sydney from Elon University. Senior music ed major, preservice teacher #pst_elon #lrnchat
21:29 HumWea7 Tristan Evans, City of Medicine, NC and mLearning Godfather #lrnchat
21:29 MJK60631 RT @sorokti: @MJK60631 Being vulnerable takes courage! #lrnchat #OLCBreneCourse
21:29 JustStormy melissa hicks, instructional designer, penn state, twick or tweeting it up #lrnchat
21:29 urbie #Lrnchat great time! Definitely more treats than tricks..
21:30 AtipriyaBothra Atipriya Bothra, pursuing MBA…learned a lot today through this chat…..TYSM everbody…it was different experience and i like it #lrnchat
21:30 AndrewJacobsLD #lrnchat Qwrap L&D in London UK, blog at http://t.co/w6qE7npeWA and always keen to connect with interesting ppl who challenge my thinking.
21:30 Tracy_Parish Tracy Parish, ID, Health Care, Newmarket, Ontario. Thanks folks. #lrnchat Remember #showyourwork
21:30 trainersleaders RT @MattGuyan #lrnchat A great ‘treat’ each week! My latest blog post Improving Learner Motivation for eLearning http://t.co/TxSPcLDQSY
21:30 lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Look for weekly transcripts at http://t.co/ijNIXq164N