Never in my classroom – Klopp, and is football serious management?

  Recently I had two very successful lessons. One on life hacks and one on management. But let us stick with the latter, and come back to the former at a later date. The management lesson was at the end of a 4-hour block for the equivalent of a distance learners course for MBA for […]

Never in my classroom – top 3 lesson plans 1Qrt 2015

Been kinda quiet on my blog front, as I have been focusing on my non-profit org and creative writing/performing. Time now to share my three most successful lessons from the first quarter of 2015. No1 Local business analysis I have done/run this in two ways, but with the same focus. I work in an Applied Sciences […]

Never in my classroom – organized chaos, and techie assistance

Disclaimer : most experienced trainers probably use all these resources anyway, but read on if you think there may be one gem in this blog. From the outside not all my students realize how unorganized I am in general. This does come from not wanting to have a set plan w hen I walk into […]

Never in my classroom – stick to the plan

  Often as trainers we are told to keep up-to-date with the company website. It certainly has benefits, but is this just a Director of Studies ploy or trainer fail-safe. Yesterday I was searching for input on the theme “Encouraging innovation and independent thinking”. So naturally after scouring resources, and calling out to colleagues on […]

Never in my classroom – mislabelling & moving on

Recently during my local Aldi weekly shop I have noticed a lot of mislabelling going on. Wrong prices, wrong product or product is not what it says on the wobbler. This I think is due to human resources and some restructuring in the store layout. My milk and juice is just not where it used […]

Never in my classroom – inebriation & Create 5

      picture courtesy of the OXID guy; one of my first IT students. Started the ball rolling for this IT English specialist. Germans and IT Geeks have no sense of humour, so they say. One of the reasons I like my job is the surprises. Luv students who are open to new teaching […]