When you think of your own most fun learning experiences, what do you remember?
As a young student, I remember fun in learning mean my friends and I were talking and laughing, reading books and talking about them, drawing using smelly Mr, Sketch markers, and blanks sheets of paper - creating with a few simple things.
As an adult learner, not much has changed expect now the learning includes the deep discussions and laughter, talking about books, and writing - on the laptop and by hand with a particular book and a set of pens.
Can we think for a moment how the fun in learning doesn't really come from the things we hold in our hands but the people we are with and the sharing of ideas?
During a season of giving, what fun or gift can you give your learners that is going to add the greatest value?
A little comment in the chat box telling them how much you appreciate their thoughts?
A wink to let them know you get their joke?
A link to an e-book that you know they would love to read?
A wish for good health and happiness over the holidays?
Simple gestures sometimes get forgotten, thinking they are not enough. But the sharing of a thoughtful appreciation or something to read or listen to can have a profound impact on someone.
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