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Which aspect of your work as a trainer you want to see improved?

Which aspect of your work as a trainer you want...

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My partner and I are building a tool for trainers to get more productive. We are in the research phase, and I'd love to get some advice what are the main things trainers care about, so we don't build the wrong thing.
Please drop me a message if you are interested, I'd very be happy to listen in a short chat what are the problems we can solve for you!
Have a nice day!
Robert

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By Jenny James
18th Feb 2015 19:08

Could you clarify what you mean by "tool"?  I initially assumed you meant an on line tool, or a piece of software, but maybe you mean a piece of kit, or activity set or something?

Thanks

Jenny

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Steve
By SteveRobson
19th Feb 2015 07:05

If you can come up with something as useful as Magic Whiteboard please come back and let us know. Simple is best usually!

http://www.magicwhiteboard.co.uk/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ol4Y9JkCOCc

 

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Robert Cserti
By Rcserti
19th Feb 2015 22:06

Hi Jenny,

Yes, I was referring an online tool, not a physical kit, so practically a software that helps you as a trainer to get more productive / achieve better learning results / manage your work easier, etc.

So if you have any suggestion for that, you're more than welcome to share!

(Though the magic whiteboard is obviously very hard to beat in utility :-)

cheers,

Robert

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Steve
By SteveRobson
20th Feb 2015 08:47

Hi Robert

I know Chippendale didn't say let's not make tables because we already had tables but there is so much already out there I have no idea where you would start to come up with something original?

http://www.teachertrainingvideos.com/top-20-videos.html has some really useful reviews of learning software

http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ probably the biggest list available of learning software

 

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Robert Cserti
By Rcserti
22nd Feb 2015 21:46

Hi Steve, thanks for the links with huge collection of tools that can be used to support learning. Actually I was thinking more in terms of tools/softwares specifically for trainers (in contrast to generic solutions - e.g. twitter - that can be used in training, too), some examples like: www.promoteint.com www.learningstone.comwww.trainedon.com If you know any other solution that is specifically designed for trainers, I appreciate your suggestions!

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By Mahatre
01st Mar 2015 10:09

Frankly speaking the its too much of PPT to read. 131 ppt doesn't convinced me at all.

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