Reforming in-class

How To Use Emotions As Learning Superpowers 

If you ever delivered a workshop, you know that feeling when your participants engage with materials,  participate actively, are curious and focused, and enjoy the learning process. It’s a joy! You also know that oftentimes it takes a lot of preparation. Knowing the participants and their needs, carefully designing activities, interesting content, and materials to […]


Reforming in-class

Learning experiences: an alternative to one-time learning events

I often come across titles such as “The Importance of Training Employees”, “The Importance of Workplace Training and Development”, or “Why employee training is important”. I deliberately choose to stay away from them. I think they never reached the Offbeat shortlist, not even when I was desperate about not finding high-quality resources for the newsletter […]