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Let Them Choose: Cafeteria Learning Style for Adults by Shannon McKenzie, Jillian Douglas

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WHAT IS CAFETERIA LEARNING?

Think of Cafeteria Learning as a complete dining experience rather than a grab-n-go meal. With Cafeteria Learning you begin with an appetizer (priming), move on to the main course (activities), and finish with dessert (debrief).

Cafeteria Learning workshops begin with a priming activity that engages learners and gets them thinking about the content. This not only prepares learners for the learning that’s to come, but it’s also a great way to involve learners from the get-go and make use of the often overlooked first few minutes of a workshop when learners are settling in.

Research shows that priming, or providing advance knowledge of the information to come, increases learners’ abilities to retrieve this information ...

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