Acknowledging and dealing with unexpected learning moments and outcomes

Acknowledging and dealing with unexpected learning moments and outcomes

  • Why did I choose this tool? Emotional balance seems one of the core aspects of a healthy well-being. By analyzing aspects of our everyday life, we can come up with new ideas for improvement of our mental and body well-being.  How does this apply to being a trainer? Mental well-being can be described as a combination of how we feel…

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  • Why did I choose this tool?  The visual language enters the world of unspoken messages, which can open a new understanding of oneself. Learning to learn competence is about revealing inner resources and finding ways how to deal with reality. How does this apply to being a trainer?  As trainers we need to stimulate ourselves in being able to work…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? I believe in higher wisdom within a community. When it comes to trainers’ work, it is highly important to discuss within a team, especially in those unknown, unexpected learning moments and outcomes, to get a deeper understanding and harvest beneficial conclusions.  How does this apply to being a trainer? The peer-learning is highly important…

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  • Why did I choose this tool?  Emotions as a component of learning should not be overlooked. On the contrary, emotions are a powerful driving engine for any life activity, learning included. By tapping into the energy of emotions, we are able to set this energy free and use it for constructive learning purposes. The goal of introducing this tool is…

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  • Why did I choose this tool?  Mindfulness meditation has helped me and many people I know to undergo deep and transformative changes on a personal level. It is therefore a powerful tool for developing the competence to acknowledge & deal with unexpected learning moments & outcomes because it teaches us to accept whatever comes up during the learning process in…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? In my experience as a lifelong learner, I have found that understanding the ups and downs of the learning process is important for developing tolerance and stamina that are so needed if we want to follow through and not give up half way. Therefore, this tool helps us develop the competence to acknowledge and…

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  • Why did I choose this tool?  According to Rick Hanson “when you learn how to learn, you gain the strength that builds the other strengths of resilient well-being. About a third of our attributes are innate DNA, while the other two-thirds are acquired through learning. That would mean that through learning we can change our behavior.” That is why we…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? Being able to produce just the right kind of energy to support one’s own learning is an invaluable skill for any self-directed learner to have. How does it apply to being a trainer? Trainers will learn a strategy to preserve and generate the kind of energy they need to maintain their self-directed learning efforts.…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? Once I compared a process of creativity with a process of learning, it came out that those two processes are not only similar, but are mainly the same. We can’t skip creativity just as much as we can’t skip learning. We can try to close our eyes and repeat the same words, thoughts and…

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  • Why did I choose this tool? This tool is an integration of 4 different models describing how to cope with transition and merged with the concept of learning zones. This is the first time it is published, in the Trainers’ Library. How does this apply to being a trainer? The trainer as a facilitator of the group process is also…

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