As we put the Christmas tree and light the candles of the Advent crown, we reflect back on the past year to start projecting the new year. I would like to start a dialogue with YOU and collect your inspiration of 2016 and share this with my family, my friends, colleagues and customers.
To get you started, I have listed my top 10 of 2016.
Belinda would like to have the superpower “More Time”. More time will allow the girls to get equal opportunities in our community. In poorer countries, housework still comes first over homework. Global statistics show that it’s increasingly girls, not boys, who don’t know how to read. I can only recommend you to read the newsletter and buy a Wakawaka light !!
I’m counting on your 2016 inspiration, so do not hesitate to provide me your list and send it to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
In return, I'm giving away the following books:
All you need to do is to sent your list by January 2nd, 2017. The most inspiring list will be selected and rewarded with one of these wonderful books that have been part of my journey in 2016.
Kindest Regards, Ilse
Well, I hope to get some awakening and answers in Orlando. Will Dan and Patrick be able to enlighten me on the use of Netflix for eLearning? Will I be able to make an interactive eBook after the session on Wednesday?
I do not know, but I do know that I will show up in the arena and conquer my inner critic and bring the best from Orlando to my creative eLearning desk.
If you have a question, and want to know more about certain aspects of eLearning, let me know and I will leverage the conference to bring it back to you.
n the meanwhile, please feel free to browse the conference with this link:
And yes, I will bring a visit to Mickey and congratulate him for his 60th birthday and indulge myself in the future of Star Wars. [https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/]
Your questions and feedback are always welcome.
On this grey autumn Friday Cook & Book in Brussels filled with "straffe madammen" for a lunch meeting. My solitude in burn-out depression has converted to a warm feeling of recognition. My "petite" challenge is universal. I'm not alone. Many others have done this before me. Genius talented people have shown the example. I should not be afraid, because this is not the end, this is the beginning.
Take a look for yourself on:
And the TED talks of the inspiring speakers of today:
Liesbeth Dillen and Elke Geraerts
Thank you !
I realized last year that I missed my vocation to become a teacher. I love to help students young and less young with understanding the principles of supply chain planning. I used intuitive methods to dump my experience, but I felt that I could not always get the message through in a sustainable way. That is when I started to look for creative ways of bringing boring messages. My adventures started with fancy authoring tools like Captivate. As I missed the essentials of engaging e-learning, this was only a page turner conversion from power point to a more advanced form of power point in Captivate. If you know me better, you can imagine that I was not impressed with the results. The “mighty” internet then opened a can of worms or perhaps the box of Pandora. The tools keep floating in as a tsunami. The learner inside me was overwhelmed and then decided to stop and focus on getting a good education in the e-learning field. I’m so grateful for this opportunity that is really changing my view on education and effective engaging learning. The team at UC Irvine is really great and providing a very nice example of engaging e-learning.
Check out this link for more information:
The little girl in me has always looked up to the big ladies in the world. One goddess recently grabbed my attention Jackie Van Nice. Her blog has inspired me in a lot of ways. Although, I have no degree in English grammar, I hope this blog will help me with my instructional design trip to Boston, MA next summer.
Take some time to check out http://www.jackievannice.com/
I’m an expert in supply chain planning and a newbie instructional designer who loves continuous learning and development. I blog about my passion and my road to achieving my personal goals and whatever I'm working on.