Sarah Marnewick

Six Visual Storytelling Elements to Say Less and Show More in Your Learning Experiences

I remember my first digital camera. It was a silver Kodak EasyShare. Small – pocket-sized. A little rope loop on one corner for on-the-go memory-making. That little camera saw me through 3 years of high school, a year living abroad in Germany, and barely survived my first year at university. This was back when we […]

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3 Ways to Combat the Corporate One-Size-Fits-All Approach to Learning Experiences

Who doesn’t love a good origin story? Let me tell you my vocational one. I met learning design by accident. I was straight out of university, the ink barely dried on my degree, when I walked into my first grown-up job. The idea of learning design, instructional design, eLearning – well, those things weren’t around

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Pride of Place

Pride of Place

Dusk falls over a grassy plain. A young antelope looks up, startled.  We hear the voice of David Attenborough narrating the graceful dance of a lioness stalking her prey. A rustle, a leap, the kill. We see the strategy, power, and skill, and we’re left in awe. The lion makes it look effortless. But the

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Emotional Education

Emotional Education

Storytime, ft. Ada, 6 Earlier this year, my 6-year-old daughter, Ada, had Career Day at school, and they were instructed to dress up as their dream job. I was really interested in what she would choose, for two reasons: First, selfishly, I needed to know how much crafting I would have to do on this

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