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Social Media for Trainers: Techniques for Enhancing and Extending Learning by Jane Bozarth

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Before the Training Event

Prior to the first class gathering, use Twitter to do quick introductions and pre-course assessments.

Introductions

Ask learners to introduce themselves. Say:
• Please tell us your name, location, and job title.
• Please tell us your name, location, and one thing you would like to learn in this training.
• Please tell us your name and the “three keywords” that represent your mission, philosophy, focus, or priorities.
• Please tell us your name and single biggest challenge you face in performing at your best.
You can adapt traditional icebreaker topics for use in Twitter: “Share something personal about yourself: your favorite book or movie, your idea of a dream vacation, your best day ever at work, etc.,” or ...

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