Transcript – October 20, 2016: The “Aha” Moment

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This Week’s Questions

  • Can you think of a time you experienced an “”aha”” moment which helped you solve a problem? Describe.
  • How do you know if you should trust an “”aha”” moment?
  • Is there something (music, going for a walk) that increases the potential of an “aha” moment for you?
  • How can conscious, analytic thinking (a non-Aha moment) sometimes lead to rushed or sloppy solutions?
  • Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment?
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lrnchat    Reading on the “”Aha”” moment for #LRNCHAT http://dld.bz/faADZ .
write2tg    Talking about the Aha moment today. Join us! #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    AHA! It’s time for #lrnchat!  pic.twitter.com/jsKdpVw39y
Tracy_Parish    Aha
lrnchat    Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
lrnchat    Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
JaneBozarth      Replying to @JD_Dillon
HigginsLindsay    What’s up everyone? I’m a student at Univeristy of North Texas and I’m so excited to be along for the ride! #BuckleUp #lrnchat
lodtrain    Instructional designer passionate about all things learning @ #lrnchat
lodtrain    Working on elearning
KatieStroudPro    Hi @lrnchat! Survived another day as volunteer school teacher today! #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    Howdy #lrnchat! JD in Orlando
eLearninCyclops    Jeff Goldman – eLearning Guy in Baltimore. I’m ask to do a few raphics here & there too. #lrnchat
Tracy_Parish    Hello #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    #lrnchat Multimedia
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @HigginsLindsay
write2tg    Hello! TG from BC. Program Manager/Instructional Designer swimming in a sea of trade certification exams and questions #lrnchat
Tracy_Parish    Now there’s something that deserves an award. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/katiestroudpro/status/789263145738964992 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Katie Stroud @KatieStroudPro                          Hi @lrnchat! Survived another day as volunteer school teacher today! #lrnchat
lrnchat    Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @eLearninCyclops
jyoti__gupta    Jyoti from Boston
rabbitoreg    Bigly #lrnchat! Zsolt from Philly. Prepping for DevLearn
willconstantine    Will Constantine
urbie    €˜evenin #lrnchat urbie
Voced_au    Vocational education and organisational L&D exec from Brisbane Australia who probably play more PS4 games than is good for him  #lrnchat
lodtrain    Q0 learned that choosing voice over actors for elearning is fun and challenging #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops      Replying to @KatieStroudPro
JaneBozarth    Jane
willconstantine    I learned how much I understand interconnectivity #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A0) This week I learned that €œgentleman€ on Captain Smith’s expedition to America described lazy men who wouldn’t work for food #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    A0) PowerPoint isn’t inherently evil. People just need to know there’s a better way to tell visual stories. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789263509553020928 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
kelly_smith01    Kelly Smith Texas  – learning – software testing dude #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat I’m working on my Remote Pilot license.. https://www.faa.gov/uas/getting_started/fly_for_work_business/becoming_a_pilot/ €¦ #slowly
jyoti__gupta    a0) Revisited the Speak It option in Powerpoint to read back audio scripts to me. Super handy option!  #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    A0) Learned I will be the default raphics guy on my new team. Luckily
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @lodtrain
HigginsLindsay    I learned about using technological sketching for events from my PR internship.  Is anyone in the PR field??? #lrnchat
write2tg    A0) I read how we use 100% of our brain all the time. Not 10% as most #learningmyths make you believe. #lrnchat
Tracy_Parish    Learned if you google imagery for menopause you get women with grey hair in 3 poses: smiling-overheating-or fighting a headache #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    A0) Fail small.  Always test and retest your eCourse before handing off to another team member. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789263509553020928 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today
Voced_au    A0) that as a genXer I am getting sick and tired of boomers and millennials sniping at  and blaming each other #lrnchat
LnDDave    Greetings #lrnchat. David from NY
kelly_smith01    Q0) Learning to work with a multiple remote location multiple vendor project #lrnchat
willconstantine      Replying to @JD_Dillon
vidyakumar    Learned (once again) that mistakes are one of the biggest teachers. #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @JD_Dillon
piercemr    Matt Pierce
MrKMaston    I learned this week that sometimes you just have to quit forcing things through and just let things be. #lrnchat
mizminh    I learnt how to co-contract my TA & multifidus muscles #therapy #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A0) Just learned that I still forget about hastags #lrnchat
Voced_au    A0) that figuring out how to fund education in a way that is going to be fair to everyone upsets a lot of people  #lrnchat
Tracy_Parish    Ask for more peanuts this is going to take an hour and you’ll need snacks. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lnddave/status/789264520426291200 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      David Kelly @LnDDave                          Greetings #lrnchat. David from NY
write2tg    A0) I also learned about why 2016’s Pritzker winner makes half-built houses  #lrnchat
vidyakumar       Replying to @KatieStroudPro @JD_Dillon
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @Tracy_Parish
busynessgirl    This week I learned about some potential grant opportunities and then found a new awesome hike in Kolob Canyon. #lrnchat
lrnchat    Q1) Can you think of a time you experienced an “”aha”” moment which helped you solve a problem? Describe.  #lrnchat
odguru      Replying to @MrKMaston
JaneBozarth    Realized that MBTI probably took hold because someone’s mom was BFFs with Isabel Briggs “”But my mom’s friend wrote that…””  #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
piercemr    Learned abt apple watch & what doesn’t work on small screens & I don’t always remember to add the hashtag #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q1) Can you think of a time you experienced an “”aha”” moment which helped you solve a problem? Describe.  #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A0) Jean Marrapodi
rabbitoreg    A1) Many times a day. It’s called bug fixing. The moment you figure out the difference between intention and action. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789265027274534912 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q1) Can you think of a time you experienced an “”aha”” moment which helped you solve a problem? Describe.  #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @piercemr
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @MrKMaston
lodtrain    Q1 doing a scenario ecourse. Took a walk and saw a cartoon billboard that gave me an aha page idea #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    When I figured out Advanced Actions for the first time in Captivate 9. Fond memory.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789265027274534912 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q1) Can you think of a time you experienced an “”aha”” moment which helped you solve a problem? Describe.  #lrnchat
Tracy_Parish    I often have aha moments that solve problems when I’m doing something far removed from the issue (a walk
write2tg    A1) When I am problem solving and I hit the solution when I am not actually trying to solve the problem – like when I am walking #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A1) Aha moments are key to solving just about any problem. #lrnchat
mizminh    Q1 have them often. Put a ‘problem’ on what I call the backbrain
eLearninCyclops    A1) Boss insisted I make course where users MUST visit every pg. Argued user control – Aha I made a scavenger hunt style game #lrnchat
HigginsLindsay    Q1: I don’t know if I can get it all in 91 characters
piercemr    Q1) I have found that quiet place & set of pens leads to problem solving. Good place is a plane #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A0) I learned a bunch of cool features exist in @teamwork.com #lrnchat
busynessgirl    Aha moment when I figured out how to liberate the view of the mountains without letting the dogs out of the yard. #lrnchat pic.twitter.com/a35YEm2giz
JaneBozarth    Q1 Power button on old iPhone stopped working and I realized I could use accessiblity touch feature instead  #lrnchat
piercemr      Replying to @write2tg
write2tg      Replying to @piercemr
piercemr      Replying to @lodtrain
busynessgirl    Aha moment: Solved a key visual data mapping issue while doing dishes last week. No idea what the insight is there. #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A1) When I made my xapi statements work smoothly for my #devlearn session. #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    Q1) Many times was ready to make a course and… Aha
JeremyNegrey    Hey #lrnchat! Long time no see! Jeremy
busynessgirl    In all seriousness
lrnchat    Q2.) How do you know if you should trust an “”aha”” moment? #lrnchat
piercemr    Had a great aha at #TLDC abt including groups like Mrkting & sales in tutorial brainstorming – like a brick to the forehead. #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A1) Had an aha moment when I recognized the problem with a gnarly issue was the lack of closure.  #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    A1-I’m rarely an a-ha kinda guy. Mostly I start with a kernel of something good & refine it until it works. #lrnchat
JaneBozarth      Replying to @fugu13
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    Me too! #lrnchat https://twitter.com/busynessgirl/status/789266663661187076 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Maria H. Andersen @busynessgirl                          In all seriousness
Tracy_Parish    I shall not be talking to any “”Cleveland”” people. – signed bitter Jays fan #lrnchat https://twitter.com/jeremynegrey/status/789266436233502721 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Jeremy Negrey @JeremyNegrey                          Hey #lrnchat! Long time no see! Jeremy
MrKMaston      Replying to @lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    A1) Had some coding aha moments. Recently
ejhudson    In 15min
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q2.) How do you know if you should trust an “”aha”” moment? #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Q2 that’s a great question #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    A2) Record your AHA at the moment and then reflect
urbie    #lrnchat A1 Yes
Tracy_Parish    Showers always. I need to get a waterproof post-its in there. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/busynessgirl/status/789266663661187076 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Maria H. Andersen @busynessgirl                          In all seriousness
lodtrain    Q2 aha is all about trust. It is your instincts saying “”yep this is good/what you need to do”” #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    A2) I believe in taking as many shots on goal as possible.  You won’t know it will work until you try.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789266796129951746 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2.) How do you know if you should trust an “”aha”” moment? #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    Q2) Run it up the flag pole and see who salutes 😉 #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A1b I had to do several iterations of the look and how it was done before they got the mindset of what they could do with it.
piercemr    Q2) Learn fast & live dangerously. Seriously though
write2tg    A2) Aha moments are not random for me. Its the result of mulling (conscious and unconscious). I would want to trust it. #lrnchat
Tracy_Parish    Like not reading the instructions when putting together furniture? 😉  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/jeremynegrey/status/789266867760300033 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Jeremy Negrey @JeremyNegrey                          A1-I’m rarely an a-ha kinda guy. Mostly I start with a kernel of something good & refine it until it works. #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    A2 if it’s quick/easy try it. If it’s involved/ expensive I try to check excitement and give more thought  #lrnchat
HigginsLindsay    Q2: I think you should always try out your a-ha moments! Some might be failures
rabbitoreg    A2) You know
jmarrapodi    A2) I trust the aha when I find the missing answer. #discovery #lrnchat
write2tg    a2) I read today about how creative projects don’t have a visual progress indicator. Aha moments are born out of many drafts. #lrnchat
busynessgirl    From @kevin2kelly
JeremyNegrey    A1-I just thought of an a-ha. My boss wanted an e-learning menu for course dev
JaneBozarth      Replying to @write2tg
urbie    #lrnchat A2 I generally just go with #aha ideas.. it’s not so much that each should/would lead to a success. Most times they don’t.. +
KatieStroudPro    A2) I never really thought about not trusting an aha moment. Is that even applicable? #lrnchat  https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789266796129951746 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q2.) How do you know if you should trust an “”aha”” moment? #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    And Failures can lead to more Ahas. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/HigginsLindsay/status/789267780415565824 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Lindsay Higgins @HigginsLindsay                          Q2: I think you should always try out your a-ha moments! Some might be failures
vidyakumar    A1) When you think you’ve put together a great course & learners come back with “”Great visuals””! Engagement is a thing after all! #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    MT @JeremyNegrey My boss wanted an e-learning menu for course dev
write2tg      Replying to @JaneBozarth
urbie    #lrnchat A2b #aha moments put me in a creative/innovative/experimental place where it’s about possibilities. Sometimes solution is novel..
vidyakumar    A2) An ‘aha’ is just a hypothesis
mizminh    Q2 crazy to apply any insight/solution willy-nilly. Review
Juniebug360      Replying to @lrnchat
LnDDave    A2) Take a moment or more to reflect. The nature of the ‘AHA Moment’ compels a kneejerk reaction. You may need to resist that urge. #lrnchat
lrnchat Q3.) Is there something (music, going for a walk) that increases the potential of an “aha” moment for you? #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A2) You know you’re onto an AHA moment when right after seems like it’s so obvious I shouldn’t be the one that see it first. #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
busynessgirl    I write all ideas in notebooks (left side) with to dos (right side) to force going back to see ideas repeatedly.  #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    A2) Just start screaming … #lrnchat pic.twitter.com/x9fwjSfc3v
rabbitoreg    A3) Wine. #lrnchat
piercemr      Replying to @lodtrain
write2tg    A3) I have found that the more diverse and unrelated to work my stimuli are
KatieStroudPro    @boondockedmedia Are you on today’s #lrnchat? We’re chatting about €œaha€ moments.
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q3.) Is there something (music
JaneBozarth    Q3 sometimes it’s stepping away — next day
vidyakumar    A3) Unfortunately
JD_Dillon    A3) Disengaging from the work if stuck
LnDDave    A3) Disconnecting for a short period usually resets my thinking
eLearninCyclops    RT @busynessgirl I write all ideas in notebooks (left side) with to dos (right side) to force going back to see ideas repeatedly.  #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    A3) My hour commute.  Sometimes I turn the radio off and let my mind go on auto pilot. Answers to problems bubble up.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789268496882528256 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q3.) Is there something (music
busynessgirl    Always a good idea to vet an aha moment through sharing or deliberate detailed thought. Blog about it. #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @Juniebug360
jmarrapodi       Replying to @eLearninCyclops @JeremyNegrey
vidyakumar    A3) But thinking about a problem over & over does tend to produce an ‘aha’ moment. #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @MelMarkDesigns
eLearninCyclops    Q3) Enjoying the arts – Often find inspiration and new perspectives… AHAs #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    A3) Chatting with peers
boondockedmedia    #lrnchat Late
HigginsLindsay    Q3: I think for me it’s all about getting out of my head.  If I sit there for too long
write2tg      Replying to @vidyakumar
piercemr    Q3) Found some music helps but it’s more like training from school to concentrate. Usually need to get my brain to shut up for ahs #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A3) I ask people just start talking about what their issue is. Even if it does not make sense. Next day my brain comes up with AHA. #lrnchat
Voced_au    A3)  The old adage of sleeping on it.  Don’t think about it let your brain play with it and boom the answer pops up  #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A3 Curiously
GoobyCooper    sec ago] cupework: wesley snipes comments on an hour #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A3) Talking through it outlaid with someone
write2tg    A3) Some of the podcasts I listen to on my morning walk help me think about different ways of looking at my problems. #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Q3 I both love and hate when I suddenly wake up with the aha lol  #lrnchat
boondockedmedia    A3) EASY! Going for a run and listening to TED or other business podcasts interviewing entrepreneurs. #lrnchat
busynessgirl    I find that modeling a problem with physical props helps with insights. Closet full of crafty props I bought for game prototyping. #lrnchat
piercemr    Q3) Also sketching
eLearninCyclops    RT @KatieStroudPro A3) Talking through it outlaid with someone
eLearninCyclops    RT @Voced_au A3)  The old adage of sleeping on it.  Don’t think about it let your brain play with it and boom the answer pops up  #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @JaneBozarth
JeremyNegrey    A2-For me
eLearninCyclops    RT @JD_Dillon A3) Chatting with peers
JaneBozarth    Q3 What DOESN’T help me? Most times talking to someone doesn’t help.  #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A3) Doing dishes. Brain completely entertains itself. #lrnchat
MrKMaston      Replying to @lrnchat
vidyakumar      Replying to @write2tg
MelMarkDesigns      Replying to @Voced_au
JaneBozarth      Replying to @write2tg
write2tg      Replying to @JaneBozarth
MelMarkDesigns       Replying to @eLearninCyclops @JD_Dillon
LnDDave    A3) Asking others for their perspective on the topic. #lrnchat
piercemr    Q3) If the ‘ah moment’ is a witty comeback
write2tg      Replying to @boondockedmedia
LnDDave    A3) Sleep. #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey      Replying to @busynessgirl
Voced_au      Replying to @MelMarkDesigns
compare_edu    No Logins Required or Brokers. Daily Updates #educhat #lrnchat #gtchat #yalitchat #hsc #engchat #CollegeChatpic.twitter.com/jdoYPRZHs9
JaneBozarth      Replying to @piercemr
write2tg      Replying to @LnDDave
piercemr      Replying to @JaneBozarth
busynessgirl    Explain a problem to someone else with a whiteboard. Either talking it thru or drawing it creates aha moments. #seenewdetails #lrnchat
lrnchat Q4.) How can conscious, analytic thinking (a non-Aha moment) sometimes lead to rushed or sloppy solutions? #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    A3- writing works for me to help distill a problem/solution. Also
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A3 Sketching #todaysdoodle helps clarify my thinking
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q4.) How can conscious
MelMarkDesigns    A4) By following the same old routine and not differentiating the solution for the problem at hand.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789270578289082368 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q4.) How can conscious
lodtrain    Q4 if solutions are robotic you follow same formula without aha creativity #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A4) Not so much sloppy but not the most effective. #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    Yes
JD_Dillon    A4) Focusing too narrowly can shut out potential ideas
jyoti__gupta    a3) pressure #lrnchat
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Voced_au    A4) because we tend to utilise stuff we have used before and meld it to fit the new problem rather than using new thinking #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro      Replying to @eLearninCyclops
rabbitoreg    A4) It’s like trying to remember someone’s name. You keep firing the same neurons and you just can’t remember. #lrnchat
write2tg    A4) If I don’t immerse myself deeply into information gathering/observation
HigginsLindsay    I believe that when things are consciously
piercemr    Q4 Uh… bad data? Or misunderstanding the data? Good ol’ fashioned intuition still is good for something… maybe….  #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    Important to keep creative juices flowing during problem solving time.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/JD_Dillon/status/789271004073824256 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      JD  ðŸ‘¨ðŸ»€ðŸ’» @JD_Dillon                          A4) Focusing too narrowly can shut out potential ideas
JaneBozarth    A #lrnchat aside: Dear friend just posted that she had her ring-the-bell end-of-chemo moment today. So there’s that.
busynessgirl    Conscious deliberate thinking often leads to a solution
KatieStroudPro    A4) You can’t teach an aha moment that doesn’t come from an aha moment. #lrnchat  https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789270578289082368 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q4.) How can conscious
LnDDave    A4) Assuming that the logical path from A to B you’ve identified os the only or best path available. #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A4 sloppy
JaneBozarth      Replying to @MelMarkDesigns
boondockedmedia    The Brutal Truth About Sales
piercemr      Replying to @JD_Dillon
write2tg    A4) If the solution is too complicated to be explained or understood
JeremyNegrey    A4- I don’t know if it is sloppy
lrnchat    5.) Are there problems that are best resolved with analytical thinking rather depending on insight? #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat there’s an #aha insight or three lurking in there I’ll wagerhttps://twitter.com/davidtedu/status/789218249577631744 €¦  QUOTE TWEET
write2tg      Replying to @boondockedmedia
JeremyNegrey      Replying to @urbie
boondockedmedia    I was subscribed to that. Not now. But you like it
rabbitoreg    A5) Best solutions often happen using both ways. Analytical to understand the real problem and insight to find a creative solution. #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A3) Add something random to the Thinking. It sends the brain in new directions. Like bricolage.  #lrnchat http://ln.is/www.applestar.org/bl/OPQPb €¦
JD_Dillon    A5) Or you could apply both concepts in tandem as needed to solve the right problems #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789272017472225281 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          5.) Are there problems that are best resolved with analytical thinking rather depending on insight? #lrnchat
busynessgirl    Problems best resolved with analytical thinking? Project planning
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat 5.) Are there problems that are best resolved with analytical thinking rather depending on insight? #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    Agree! I think of it as over-engineering. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/busynessgirl/status/789271432299581440 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Maria H. Andersen @busynessgirl                          Conscious deliberate thinking often leads to a solution
piercemr    Q5 How abt a healthy dose of each. Data is critical but we’ve got to interpret to build understanding. Data can lead to insight. #lrnchat
write2tg    A5) Isn’t all problem solving about analysis and insight? #lrnchat
HigginsLindsay    Q5: That’s really interesting…. I think quality work happens when both types of processes are used! #lrnchat
LnDDave    A5) Anything involving the phrase “”learning styles””? #lrnchat
vidyakumar    A5) I prefer to believe that you need both analysis & insight to solve a problem. #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Yes. I like to skim and sometimes need to sit and work through data. Numbers esp challenging for me #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    A5) Is it possible to separate the two?  Every human brain is a combo.  Even Spok learned that you need to trust your gut.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789272017472225281 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          5.) Are there problems that are best resolved with analytical thinking rather depending on insight? #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    A5-sure. But they tend to be more straightforward or linear. #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    A5) Well I solve some problems with my left brain and others with my right. Helps me stand up straight. #lrnchat
Voced_au    A5) Problems relating to compliance and how to meet compliance standards.  Innovative solutions usually do meet the bar  #lrnchat
JaneBozarth    Saw the corgi have aha moment once: Ball stuck under chair. He barked
lrnchat    Q6.) Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment? #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @JaneBozarth
JeremyNegrey      Replying to @JeremyNegrey
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
boondockedmedia    This sums it up – written more eloquently than I had in mind. #lrnchat @voced_au GREAT!https://twitter.com/voced_au/status/789271277370572800 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Rasmussen Learning @Voced_au                          A4) because we tend to utilise stuff we have used before and meld it to fit the new problem rather than using new thinking #lrnchat
jyoti__gupta    a5) Yeah – problems that seem to be stuck in the idealogical – like the wage gap — it’s really hard to ignore facts  #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A5) I’m not sure. I have an analytical friend who tends to avoid insight at all costs. She solves problems all day with analysis.  #lrnchat
JD_Dillon    A6) Every day #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789273377093644288 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6.) Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment? #lrnchat
HigginsLindsay    Thanks for the awesome conversation tonight guys! But it’s dinner time for this Texan!  Thanks again 🙂 #lrnchat
piercemr    I uh… may be doing that right now… #lrnchat #waitingforlightningtostrike #wheresthemuse #patientlywaiting #lrnchat
eLearninCyclops    RT @lrnchat Q6.) Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment? #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A6) isn’t that the heart of #procrastination? #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    A6) World’s #1 procrastinator right here. Does writing grad papers at midnight count?  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789273377093644288 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6.) Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment? #lrnchat
write2tg    A6) Yes
eLearninCyclops    Q6) Rarely have the luxery of the time to wait for an AHA moments
lodtrain    Q6 yes put work aside as you feel stuck
KatieStroudPro    A5) I’m not sure why the two are mutually exclusive. Analytical thinking requires some insight. #lrnchat  https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789272017472225281 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          5.) Are there problems that are best resolved with analytical thinking rather depending on insight? #lrnchat
write2tg    A6) I also realize that all problems cannot be solved. Aha!  #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A5 This.. http://moby.to/bn76xq
jyoti__gupta    a6) A lot of cooking is like that for me – it’s just a matter of practice before you can perfect some of the more complex tasks #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    A6-don’t know if I set things aside to wait for an a-ha
boondockedmedia    A4) Given our brain is always trying to fill in gaps for us
kelly_smith01      Replying to @JaneBozarth
busynessgirl    Isn’t the right question “”How do you recognize that the idea is in need of an Aha moment?”” so that you can set it to the side? #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @JeremyNegrey
LnDDave    A6) No
rabbitoreg    A6) When I feel that there must be a better or more creative way to do something. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789273377093644288 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6.) Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment? #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    When I’m bored with my work.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/busynessgirl/status/789274127475445760 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Maria H. Andersen @busynessgirl                          Isn’t the right question “”How do you recognize that the idea is in need of an Aha moment?”” so that you can set it to the side? #lrnchat
urbie    #lrnchat A6 My workload being what it is stuff put aside isn’t to wait on an #aha but to attend to other projects.. +
JaneBozarth      Replying to @jyoti__gupta
jmarrapodi    Or when the dots start swimming. #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lnddave/status/789274422699970560 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      David Kelly @LnDDave                          A6) No
JeremyNegrey      Replying to @jmarrapodi
Voced_au      Replying to @JaneBozarth
MelMarkDesigns    Yes! Multi-tasking can lead to Ahas for other projects. Especially when you can borrow bits and pieces from other projects.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/urbie/status/789274581798236160 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      urbie delgado @urbie                          #lrnchat A6 My workload being what it is stuff put aside isn’t to wait on an #aha but to attend to other projects.. +
Elham_ab    3)Hi #lrnchat..Sorry late to the chat..I generally have aha moments when jogging. Tend to take walks at work too when can’t think any more.
lrnchat    Q7) What is something that you learned tonight or will try? #lrnchat
write2tg      Replying to @lrnchat
Elham_ab    6) that’s my other tactic.. leaving it aside and revisiting it again #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A6) Yes. That’s all I have to say about that. #lrnchat  https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789273377093644288 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q6.) Have you put something to the side to wait for an aha moment? #lrnchat
Voced_au    A6) not to wait for an Ah ha moment to happen
JaneBozarth      Replying to @Voced_au
write2tg    A7) All of us have slightly different ways to get to the Aha moment but it doesn’t seem like a random burst. There’s more to it. #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    A7) The moby picture @urbie used.  Haven’t done one before.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789275388807614464 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q7) What is something that you learned tonight or will try? #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    A7) Working on a post-in note that works in the shower… AHA #lrnchat https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789275388807614464 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          Q7) What is something that you learned tonight or will try? #lrnchat
KatieStroudPro    A6) It’s not really about setting it down
Voced_au      Replying to @JaneBozarth
lodtrain    #lrnchat Q7 the speak it feature of PPT #lrnchat
boondockedmedia    Your book??? 🙂 @KatieStroudPro #lrnchat https://twitter.com/katiestroudpro/status/789275582731128832 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Katie Stroud @KatieStroudPro                          A6) Yes. That’s all I have to say about that. #lrnchat  https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789273377093644288 €¦
MelMarkDesigns    Never stop asking questions.  #lrnchat https://twitter.com/KatieStroudPro/status/789276127613165568 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      Katie Stroud @KatieStroudPro                          A6) It’s not really about setting it down
urbie      Replying to @MelMarkDesigns
KatieStroudPro    A6) Actually
JeremyNegrey    A7-I’m going to try @busynessgirl’s idea notebook organization strategy. Better than random post-its & scribbles in margins!  #lrnchat
write2tg    A7) I read once ‘Serendipity demands a certain restlessness.’ One has to interact and engage with the environment to hit Aha #lrnchat
lrnchat    QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
jmarrapodi    A7) remember the value in the aha
write2tg      Replying to @jmarrapodi
MelMarkDesigns    Yes
eLearninCyclops    Jeff Goldman – Looking forward to speaking again at #DevLearn next month – http://www.elearningguild.com/DevLearn/sessions/session-details.cfm?session=7780 €¦ Thx for another gr8 #lrnchat
LnDDave    Thanks for the conversation #lrnchat. That was a great way to pass an hour’s worth of flight time. 🙂
lodtrain    Q7 thx  #lrnchat many aha moments from the grewt convos tonite
busynessgirl    Maria
piercemr    Matt Pierce
btcostello05    Hey #lrnchat please check out this resource I am building for connecting classes to share learning  http://Www.globalaudienceproject.com
JD_Dillon    Thanks #lrnchat! Let me know if I’ll cya at #Learning2016 next week. Til next time http://jddillon.com  + http://axonify.com https://twitter.com/lrnchat/status/789276844801548288 €¦  QUOTE TWEET                      lrnchat @lrnchat                          QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
MelMarkDesigns    Multimedia developer
write2tg    Thanks for a thoughtful conversation. I am trying to cultivate the accidental genius inside of me. https://goo.gl/QSazoq  #lrnchat
rabbitoreg    QWrap) Good to hear from all! See you at #DevLearn! Back to xapi. #lrnchat
JeremyNegrey    AWrap- so good to be back @ #lrnchat! Jeremy
write2tg    Qwrap) Taruna Goel from Vancouver BC. Blog at http://tarunagoel.blogspot.ca/  #lrnchat
piercemr      Replying to @piercemr
jmarrapodi    Jean Marrapodi
lrnchat    Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Look for weekly transcripts at http://lrnchat.com
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