I’m a visual learner with a limited attention span, and I like to draw. So, when I teach and train, I use cartoons, visual metaphors, and pop culture references as (hopefully) entertaining mnemonic devices. Above is a picture of me spieling about Community Cooperative Advocacy (more on that in an upcoming post) with some of my drawings in the background. It’s big fun getting participants to guess what in Sam Hill the pictures have to do with anything.
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