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Considering Bloom's Taxonomy When Implementing Micro-Learning

  • Tuesday, January 12, 2016
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, 2301 Main Street, Kansas City, MO 64108
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January Chapter Meeting

Micro-learning is the delivery size of choice. If you are, or would like to, deliver your content in a more manageable micro size it can be quite a big undertaking to revamp an entire course or program. This session helps make that transition by finding places where micro-learning is appropriate and then helping you plan for successful implementation.

Speaker Bio

Ayana Azim currently shares her talents at the University of Farmers. She’s been involved in education nearly 20 years. Her experience in content development and knowledge transfer spans all ages from early childhood to high school to adult learners.

Her passions include facilitation, coaching, and process improvement. You may hear her ask “What is it about your process that makes that happen?” One of Ayana Azim's goals is to find and share effective, reusable, and engaging methods with new and eternally curious developers, trainers and educators.

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