SpeakerChat for 05/15/20: Spaced Learning – Why It’s So Good & How to Get Started

On Friday, May 15th we’re hosting our third SpeakerChat in the 11am PT / 2pm ET time slot we typically use for GuildChat. This event is both a way to revisit some great eLearning Guild content from a recorded session while also getting to connect live with the speaker to ask questions and dig even deeper into the topic, tools, and techniques from their session. And best of all, it’s also free.

So how does it work? There are two easy parts.

Part 1: Watch the session recording

All SpeakerChats will be themed around a highly-rated past eLearning Guild session. We’ll open up access to the recording to everyone (you don’t have to be an eLearning Guild member to watch in this time period!) about two weeks before the live event in a TWIST post like this one. You can watch at the times most convenient for you. We’ll also provide a time stamp listing of all the key parts of the recording so you can see what it covers and skim just what you need.

Part 2: Join us for the live event

We’ll then host a live discussion with the speaker that you can join in. The 60-minute live event will be your chance to ask any questions about the session topic that weren’t covered in the recording, pick the speaker’s brain for additional ideas and tips, or even take the discussion in some new directions.

You’ll need to register in advance and the link will always be here in TWIST. https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIld-ysqjsiE9CTLDxFn4iHtz1_eXeXWI4J 

Our SpeakerChat guest is Mike Taylor

On May 15th starting at 11am Pacific / 2pm Eastern we’ll be talking about spaced learning approaches with Mike Taylor. Spaced learning has the power to help content stick with people. In the live chat Mike will go beyond his recorded session and into even more detail about the tools, techniques, and instructional design practices you can use to craft campaigns that tap into the benefits of spaced learning.

Start getting prepared by revisiting Mike’s recorded session Spaced Learning: Why It’s So Good & How to Get Started.

Jump to the content you need with this list of time stamps

Then join Mike live on Zoom on May 15th to find out more about how spaced learning can find a place in your work and ask him any questions you might have had when watching the recording.

Be sure to register for this free event by clicking here or with the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIld-ysqjsiE9CTLDxFn4iHtz1_eXeXWI4J 



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