Grovewell’s Blended-Learning Possibilities

Grovewell’s Blended-Learning Possibilities

  1. Appreciative inquiries
  2. Brainstorming [where culturally applicable]
  3. Buddy system for between-session projects
  4. Case studies or critical incidents & debrief
  5. Charting exercises
  6. Check-lists and inventories
  7. Coaching: individual & small group
  8. Contracting
  9. Demonstrations and skits
  10. Development-plan / action-plan creation
  11. E-learning: synchronous and/or asynchronous *
  12. Field trips within company or other nearby site
  13. Gaming applications *
  14. Guided analyses and applications
  15. Guided practicing of new competencies
  16. Individual & small-group creations
  17. “Kick-off” events
  18. Learning Management System (LMS) applications *
  19. Lessons-learned debriefs
  20. Mentoring: by trainers or in-company authorities
  21. Observation of exemplary in-company practices
  22. On-the-job applications & report-backs
  23. Panel discussion by in-company authorities
  24. Personal & team assessments & upgrades
  25. Presentations, using multimedia as appropriate
  26. Readings: on-line and hard-copy
  27. Role-modeling
  28. Role-playing, including simulated phone calls
  29. Self-assessments
  30. Self-reflections
  31. Simulation exercises with debrief
  32. Small-group discussions & report-out
  33. SMART goal-setting
  34. Social networking applications *
  35. Story-telling
  36. Strategy mapping
  37. SWAT analyses & discussion
  38. Team internal-relationship assessments
  39. Three-way practice sessions with observer
  40. Value-dilemma explorations
  41. Values in Action surveys
  42. Videos/DVD clips & discussion
  43. Visual mapping
  44. Webinars *
  45. Web searches
  46. “Work-outs”

* E-learning strategies can be expensive; they are used with prior client agreement.

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