March for Science (for Learning Science too!)

For those of us who straddle the worlds of research and practice in the learning field, we would be remiss if we didn't acknowledge and encourage our compatriots to support this Saturday's March for Science. And, even if we can't go to one of the 400 marches around the world, at least we can support the effort financially or with our words and reflections. Here's how...

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Apr 19, 2017
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As the organizer of The Debunker Club, I'm encouraging our members and like-minded people to support this Saturday's March for Science. We've compiled a list of web pages where you can learn more, make a donation, buy a t-shirt, etc. AND, we've created a web page where you can leave your reflections about the importance of science for learning practice.

Here's the link: http://www.debunker.club/2017/04/march-for-science...


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Will Thalheimer

President, Work-Learning Research, Inc.

Will Thalheimer, PhD, is a consultant and research translator, providing organizations with learning audits, research benchmarking, workshops, and strategic guidance. Will shares his wisdom through keynotes, research reports, job aids, workshops, and blog posts. Compiler of the Decisive Dozen, one of the authors of the Serious eLearning Manifesto (eLearningManifesto.org), founder of The Debunker Club (Debunker.Club), and author of the highly-acclaimed book Performance-Focused Smile Sheets (SmileSheets.com), Will blogs at WillAtWorkLearning.com, tweets as @WillWorkLearn, and consults through Work-Learning Research, Inc. (Work-Learning.com). Will regularly publishes extensive research-to-practice reports—and gives them away for free.

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