Alex Terego

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DEGREES FROM ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES. TAUGHT FOR FIVE YEARS, SIX YEARS WITH IBM. HEADHUNTED TO THE USA. SOLD MY VOICE MAIL COMPANY TO LUCENT-ALCATEL. TAUGHT AT BUSINESS SCHOOLS. DEVELOPED A METHOD FOR TEACHING/LEARNING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS.

eLearning Articles by Alex Terego

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Instructional Designers: Harness The Power Of Scientific Thinking

Wednesday, 8 February 2017 by Alex Terego

To be clear, scientific thinking and thinking about science are not the same. Here I am describing and discussing how…

Instructional Design
Thinking In Teams: A Vital Survival Skill For Modern Life

Thinking In Teams: A Vital Survival Skill For Modern Life

Thursday, 12 January 2017 by Alex Terego

If you google “the most important survival skills in modern life” you will come up with everything from searching the…

Corporate
Leveraging Diversity

Leveraging Diversity

Friday, 30 December 2016 by Alex Terego

Diversity is the key to evolution. And all organisms and all organizations must continuously evolve or perish. Here as some…

Corporate
The Pleasure-Pain Principle

The Pleasure-Pain Principle

Friday, 9 December 2016 by Alex Terego

The pleasure-pain principle applies to all instruction. Here is how to set your group’s mood to optimum learning.

Corporate
eLearning As A Way To Improve Employee Engagement

eLearning As A Way To Improve Employee Engagement

Wednesday, 15 June 2016 by Alex Terego

If eLearning is the next major paradigm shift in Western economies, and employee engagement is a major problem in Western…

Corporate
Improving Employee Engagement: Is It A Major Goal?

Improving Employee Engagement: Is It A Major Goal?

Wednesday, 8 June 2016 by Alex Terego

Is improving employee engagement a major goal for organizations? If it isn’t, maybe it should be. Here’s why.

Corporate
Socrates Knew A Thing Or Two About Training Minds: Questioning As The Engine Of Training

Socrates Knew A Thing Or Two About Training Minds: Questioning As The Engine Of Training

Friday, 3 June 2016 by Alex Terego

As can be seen from the quote below, Socrates celebrated questioning. 2500 years later, we have displaced questioning and instead…

Corporate
Team Building: 8 Fundamentals, 6 Best Practices

Team Building: 8 Fundamentals, 6 Best Practices

Saturday, 28 May 2016 by Alex Terego

Teamwork by its very nature is a highly leveraged activity: People from diverse backgrounds contributing their skills and knowledge whilst…

Project Management
Instructional Designers: Should Improving Thinking Skills Be Your Topmost Priority?

Instructional Designers: Should Improving Thinking Skills Be Your Topmost Priority?

Wednesday, 25 May 2016 by Alex Terego

If your answer is “no”, but you are curious, or if you answered “yes” and want to know more about…

Instructional Design
Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Four: Logical - Mathematical Intelligence)

Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Four: Logical - Mathematical Intelligence)

Wednesday, 18 May 2016 by Alex Terego

In this article I am going to focus on logical / mathematical intelligence and why it is so important for…

Instructional Design
Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Three: Literacy Literally Matters)

Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Three: Literacy Literally Matters)

Saturday, 14 May 2016 by Alex Terego

In this article I will focus on why literacy saves money and why it is so important for Instructional Designers.

Instructional Design
Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Two: Emotional / Intrapersonal Intelligence)

Instructional Designers: We Have More Than One Intelligence (Part Two: Emotional / Intrapersonal Intelligence)

Thursday, 12 May 2016 by Alex Terego

In this article I am going to focus on emotional / intrapersonal intelligence, what are the intrapersonal skills, how to…

Instructional Design
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