tingtool.academy

Social eLearning
with carefully curated content
and supportive facilitation.

29€ / month

Minimum term: 12 months

A preview of our learning media

How to use tingtool for eLearning

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Just as learning needs facilitation tingtool also needs the supervision of an experienced trainer who provides the following elements as a service to the participants.

Step 1: Project Title & Goal

  • A teachers first service is dividing a wide landscape of an entire discipline into units that make sense and creating titles that trigger the participants curiosity.
  • Defining a goal for these units is another important and sometimes difficult job, that trainers do, to get a chance of evaluating success.
  • Trainers also set a time goal to ensure momentum and avoid constant postponing

Step 2: Description

Creating a text about the project in its entirety has several purposes:
a) It serves as an introduction and as a summary.
b) It defines possible boundaries, and distinctions to related topics.
c) It explains the purpose

Step 3: Topics

Breaking down the still rather wide field of a learning project into topics is the next service the trainer is providing. Topics can be theoretical knowledge, executable practices or exercises, examples, case studies and pretty much anything you would expect in a class on a certain topic.

Step 4: Guiding Questions

The trainers encourage a dialogue about the content by asking systemic questions concerning both the content and the participants.
While the learning process moves on, facilitators add more content and change the leading questions.

Step 5: Boards

The so called boards are spaces, where the facilitators provide learning content. It is like a black board in school, a white board in a meeting room or a flipchart. The boards can contain text, images and videos.

Step 6: Comments

Participants discuss and express their thoughts, insights and questions through the comments they write. They can refer to each other and to the content they get

Step 7: Tings

Tings are events that structure the learning process over time. Tings are milestones in the journey such as face-to-face-workshops, webinars, meetings of sub-groups, due dates etc.

Our growing pool

12
categories
125
Topics

Leadership

  • Team-Responsibility („All in one Hand“)
  • Delegation Poker Feedback (Rules & Techniques)
  • Physical Performance
  • Tuckman Team Development
  • Goleman Leadership-Styles
  • Black Box Model
  • Role Canvas
  • Complexity (VUCA Context)
  • Moving Motivators
  • RASCI – Matrix
  • OKRs (Objectives & Key Results)
  • Post-heroic Leadership
  • SMART Goals
  • Drexler Sibbet Teambuilding Model
  • Motivation (Dan Pink)
  • Followship
  • Systematic Garbage Collection (Malik)

Systemic Thinking

  • Question-Techique
  • Coaching-Concept „GROW“
  • Brainstorming (Rules & Techniques)
  • Peer Consulting
  • Triangle-Exercise
  • Cynefin-Model
  • Systemic Constellations
  • Self Organization

Agility

  • Team-Responsibility („All in one Hand“)
  • Delegation Poker Feedback (Rules & Techniques)
  • Physical Performance
  • Tuckman Team Development
  • Goleman Leadership-Styles
  • Black Box Model
  • Role Canvas
  • Complexity (VUCA Context)
  • Moving Motivators
  • RASCI – Matrix
  • OKRs (Objectives & Key Results)
  • Post-heroic Leadership
  • SMART Goals
  • Drexler Sibbet Teambuilding Model
  • Motivation (Dan Pink)
  • Followship
  • Systematic Garbage Collection (Malik)

Corporate Culture

  • Wish-Box
  • Recruiting Barbecue
  • Creative Workspace
  • Homeoffice
  • Development Day
  • Quarantine
  • Working Out Loud
  • Job Rotation
  • Failure Night (F**k-Up Night)
  • Organizational Energy
  • Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Lencioni)
  • Knowledge Management
  • Conflict Management
  • Company Values

Decision Making

  • Integrative Decision Making
  • Consultation
  • Tetralemma
  • Konsent
  • Facilitation

Innovation

  • Design Thinking
  • SIT-Method
  • Lean Start-Up-Methodology
  • Hackathon
  • Cow Business
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Scamper-Method
  • Radical Game
  • Digital Strategy Canvas
  • Co-Creation
  • Meta Trends

New Work Structures

  • Peer Recruiting
  • Relative Goals
  • Communities of Practice (Guilds)
  • Exemplary Companies
  • Peach (Decentralization)
  • Holacracy

Change & Transformation

  • Adaptionskurve
  • Kata Coaching
  • Change Theory (4 Rooms)
  • Viral Change
  • Experiment Design
  • Fearless Journey
  • Encapsulation
  • Legitimization

Communication

  • Business Model Canvas
  • Offsite
  • Sparrings
  • No-Email-Day
  • No-Meeting-Week
  • World Cafe
  • App Space
  • Mind Mapping
  • Brainwalking
  • Six-Thinking-Hats
  • Lego Serious Play
  • Fish-Bowl-Discussions
  • Communication Matrix
  • Presentation Skills
  • Talanoa

Self Leadership

  • Improvisational Theatre
  • Mindfulness
  • Mentoring
  • Getting Things Done
  • Spiral Dynamics
  • Eisenhower-Matrix
  • Neurologic Levels (Dilts Pyramid)
  • Stakeholder Analysis (Sociogram)
  • Intuition & Empathy
  • Paretos Law (80-20-Principle)
  • Simplify Toolbox
  • Ikigai

Customer Centricity

  • Value Proposition Canvas
  • Validation Board
  • Personas
  • Usability Dinner
  • Kill your Darlings
  • Prototyping
  • Kano Method
  • Digital Listening (Social Media Strategy)

Our Journey

  • Participants Topics (Max Mustermann)
  • Principles & Collaboration
  • Ideas and suggestions
  • Crazy Box

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29€ / month

Minimum term: 12 months