The New R's For Engaging Millennial Learners

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>The New Rs For Engaging Millennial Learners</p> <p>1</p> <p>Chat + Q&amp;A</p> <p>There will be a question and answer period after the event.</p> <p>Recording</p> <p>This recording will bemade available after the event.</p> <p>Polling</p> <p>Tell us what you think,go ahead, dont hesitate!</p> <p>HousekeepingJoin The Conversation!TwitterFollow: @AxonifyTweet: #MillennialLearning</p> <p>2</p> <p>Dr. Christy Pricecprice@daltonstate.edu </p> <p>Please engage me!</p> <p>Engaging &amp; Motivating Millennials</p> <p>Traveling To Share Research.</p> <p>5</p> <p>How do you really feel about corporate learning? </p> <p>2 to 5 Years, In The Swing Of Things</p> <p>1st Year Newbie</p> <p>ABC</p> <p>6 to 10 Years, Seasoned</p> <p>Poll #1 : How Many Years In The Biz? </p> <p>C11 to 15 Years, With Scars To Prove It</p> <p>D16+ Years, Many Moons</p> <p>E</p> <p>7</p> <p>Agree</p> <p>Strongly Agree</p> <p>ABC</p> <p>Neutral</p> <p>Poll #2 : New employees/trainees have changed.</p> <p>CDisagree</p> <p>DStrongly Disagree</p> <p>E</p> <p>8</p> <p>In The Chat Window</p> <p>List Your Top 3 Challenges or Concerns Related to Training Millennials</p> <p>10</p> <p>Baby Boomer [1943 1969] Ages 53 to 70</p> <p>Silent [1925 1942] Ages 71 to 87</p> <p>ABC</p> <p>Generation X [1961 1981] Ages 32 to 52</p> <p>Poll #3 : What Generation Are You?CMillennial (Nexter, Gen Y, Echoboom) [1982 2002] Ages 11 to 31</p> <p>D</p> <p>11</p> <p>Culture Clash: Boomer Employers &amp; Millennial Employees</p> <p>Generational Differences</p> <p>BoomersVietnamCivil RightsCold WarEqualityChangeLatchkeyTelevisionRecessionsEducationExperienceHelicopterParentsTechnologyTeamworkReinforcementGen XGen YAmbitiousWorkaholicFlexibleIndividualistEntitledConfidentLetterheadEmailTextAnnualCurrentInstantAdaptingAdeptSelect SavvyInfluencesValuesTraitsCommsTimingTech</p> <p>13</p> <p>Words To Live By</p> <p>Words To Live ByMom, if you help me clean up my toys, Ill give you a sticker.</p> <p>Just because we are transmitting information does not mean it is being received!</p> <p>I failed a quiz because I didnt realize he was teaching I thought he was just talking.</p> <p>19</p> <p>Learners Are</p> <p>ReadHear - Lecture Images &amp; Audio-VisualView a Demonstration Participate in DiscussionHands-On Experience / Application Design / Create / Present / Teach</p> <p>PassiveActiveSource: Sousa (2011) How the Brain LearnsResearch Based Methods</p> <p>20Dialogue: Here it is again the research says that . How did you do?</p> <p>Resource: National Training Lab Bethesda, Maryland</p> <p>If I only had one hour to liveI would spend it with my professor</p> <p>If I only had one hour to liveI would spend it with my professorbecause he can make an hour seem like a lifetime</p> <p>The Brain is a Novelty SeekerUse varied training activities that actively involve learners.</p> <p>Source: Sousa (2011) How the Brain Learns &amp; Svinicki (2004) Learning &amp; Motivation</p> <p>Stop For ProcessingSource: Bruff, D. (2009) Teaching with Classroom Response Systems</p> <p>Agree</p> <p>Strongly Agree</p> <p>ABC</p> <p>Neutral</p> <p>Poll #4 : My workplace training is highly varied and interactive.</p> <p>CDisagree</p> <p>DStrongly Disagree</p> <p>E</p> <p>26</p> <p>Source: Sousa (2011) How the Brain LearnsListening + Writing = Switch TaskingThe brain cannot carry out two cognitive processes simultaneously</p> <p>27</p> <p>Source: Sousa (2011) How the Brain LearnsListening + Writing = Switch TaskingThe brain cannot carry out two cognitive processes simultaneouslywhat we refer to as multi-tasking is actually switch-tasking</p> <p>28</p> <p>Listening + Writing = Switch TaskingVisual Input</p> <p>Taking Notes</p> <p>Source: Sousa (2011) How the Brain LearnsDual CodingInformation ProcessingVerbal Input</p> <p>ELEV TORV</p> <p>29</p> <p>Vivid Images With Minimal Text</p> <p>30</p> <p>3 DAYS3 DAYS10% Retention65% Retention</p> <p>She acted like she knew more than us.</p> <p>This learning experience was very easy. I didnt know what he was talking about most of the time, but I still made an A.</p> <p>Relevance</p> <p>Relevance</p> <p>Source: Duarte, N. (2010) Resonate</p> <p>Trainee MentorSource: Duarte, N. (2010) Resonate</p> <p>Source: Duarte, N. (2010) Resonate</p> <p>TraineeHero PrevailsTrainer Mentor EncouragesObstaclesThe Call</p> <p>Guide Trainees on a Heros Journey</p> <p>Contrast the what is with how it could be.Source: Duarte, N. (2010) ResonateCreate Relevance With A Call To Action</p> <p>What isWhat isWhat isWhatcould beWhatcould be</p> <p>She wants us to no how to spell.</p> <p>RELAXED Learning Environments</p> <p>Decline In Social Rules and Formality</p> <p>FLEXIBLE</p> <p>Relaxed =Non- Authoritarian</p> <p>45</p> <p>Knowledgeable</p> <p>Approachable</p> <p>ABC</p> <p>Flexible / Not Rigid</p> <p>Poll #5 : When asked to describe their ideal educator/trainer, which of the following did NOT make the top 5?</p> <p>CNice / Caring / Friendly / Helpful</p> <p>DAlert To Whether Trainees Understand</p> <p>E</p> <p>46</p> <p>Knowledgeable</p> <p>Approachable</p> <p>ABC</p> <p>Flexible / Not Rigid</p> <p>Poll #5 : When asked to describe their ideal educator/trainer, which of the following did NOT make the top 5?</p> <p>CNice / Caring / Friendly / Helpful</p> <p>DAlert To Whether Trainees Understand</p> <p>E</p> <p>47</p> <p>Raised Central to their Parents Lives Most Relational Generation thus far</p> <p>Expect Us to Care &amp; Connect with Them</p> <p>Millennial learner comments suggest we have a rapport problem.</p> <p>Not only is the book a better teacher</p> <p>Millennial learner comments suggest we have a rapport problem.</p> <p>Not only is the book a better teacherit also has a better personality!</p> <p>5Displays a sense of humor and is entertaining.Millennials Ideal Educator/Trainer Countdown</p> <p>4Energetic, Enthusiastic and Positive.Millennials Ideal Educator/Trainer Countdown</p> <p>3Open Minded and FlexibleNot RigidMillennials Ideal Educator/Trainer Countdown</p> <p>2Alert As To WhetherLearners UnderstandMillennials Ideal Educator/Trainer Countdown</p> <p>1Nice, Friendly, Caring, Helpful and ApproachableMillennials Ideal Educator/Trainer Countdown</p> <p>Develop Positive Rapport.Every interaction we have with a learner / trainee will typically produce distance or produce closeness.There Is Little Neutrality</p> <p>RELAXED Learning EnvironmentsGreatest challenge is not assisting them in achieving outcomes, Its getting them to WANT TO.</p> <p>RELAXED Learning EnvironmentsEducation is not the filling of a pail; it is the lighting of a fire. W.B. Yeats</p> <p>So glad to be back in one of your classes. I forgot how great the energy in your class makes me feel.</p> <p>Create A Positive Emotional Experience With Your Training Sessions</p> <p>Ask Yourself</p> <p>Are my best training days ahead of me, or behind me?</p> <p>Summary of The New Rs:</p> <p>Research Based MethodsRelevanceRelaxedRapport</p> <p>Case Study</p> <p>How Does Pep Boys Engage Learners?</p> <p>Issues</p> <p>Incidents increasing </p> <p>Issues</p> <p>Shrink rateSafety incidents</p> <p>No retention</p> <p>Incidents increasing </p> <p>Issues</p> <p>Shrink rateSafety incidentsKnowledge gapsNo operational transfer</p> <p>Solution</p> <p>Research-based</p> <p>Solution</p> <p>Bite-sizedSpaced-repetition</p> <p>Relevance</p> <p>Research-based</p> <p>Solution</p> <p>Bite-sizedSpaced-repetitionPersonalizedAdaptive</p> <p>ResultsLoss Prevention</p> <p>An increase in calls to theIntegrity Pays hot line of up to60%</p> <p>Safety Incidents &amp; Claims</p> <p>Despite growing headcount a reduced claim count of</p> <p>45%Shrink</p> <p>Inventory shrink reducedby over55%</p> <p>ResultsLoss Prevention</p> <p>An increase in calls to theIntegrity Pays hot line of up to60%</p> <p>Safety Incidents &amp; Claims</p> <p>Despite growing headcount a reduced claim count of</p> <p>45%Shrink</p> <p>Inventory shrink reducedby over55%Over 19,000 Pep Boys Employees Engaged Daily</p> <p>Questions &amp; Answers</p> <p>cprice@daltonstate.edu | axonify.com/blog</p>