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.
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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.