That everyone learns differently is no secret; it likely comes up in your everyday conversations with friends, peers, and colleagues. Phrases such as “I have to see it to remember it” or “I never forget a face” or “Once I hear something, I’ve got it” are probably familiar declarations of learning style to most of us.
By using an innovative, research-based teaching model known as 4MAT, Hold On, You Lost Me! pushes this common understanding to a new level by presenting a practical and easy-to-implement eight-step process for designing effective training programs.
April Michelle copyedited the manuscript and worked with the two authors to prepare it for publication. April Michelle’s expertise in all these areas along with her excellent interpersonal skills allowed her to complete the project in only five weeks.