The Suncoast Chapter of ATD invites you to explore how using art in training can engage your learners and allow them to individually connect to learning in a much deeper way.
During this workshop, we will review the science of using art, examples of how its been used in training, and experience three hands-on activities using photography, visual art and movement.
At the end of the session you will be able to incorporate art into your own sessions and understand how to use art to meet your learning objectives.
- Introduce facilitators to several art activities they can use in their learning workshops
- Allow facilitators to experience how art can not only enhance the learning experience, but also encourage a deep, individual learning experience
- Share design tips for using art
Speaker: Sherri Sutton runs The Nature of Habit, a consulting company that uses Appreciative Inquiry (AI) and positive psychology to change cultures.
Sherri has her certificate in expressive arts from the Expressive Arts Florida Institute, and has combined expressive arts with her love of interactive learning. Sherri uses art in every training course she facilitates because art increases the speed of the learning transfer and allows each learner to embrace their own experience.
Sherri has her BA from Florida State University and is certified in True Colors, DiSC, Leading Change, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Crucial Conversations, Instructional Design, ASTD ROI Measurement, Master Trainer with Langevin, and a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP). She is also an active member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and a board member of the International True Colors Association (ITCA).