Special Topic 12 – Tools for Development – Video Download
This video looks at two valuable practices to get the most from your development, namely reviewing your development and keeping a development journal.
It includes a series of annual review forms plus multiple questions for journalling supplied as PDF documents. It also includes a 3 track audio download titled Questions for Development which is designed to complement the video and allow you to work with the journalling questions in several different ways. The video contents include:
Aspects of Development – Learning Styles – Types of Students – Development Curve – Reviewing Your Development – Review Process and Purpose – Annual Review – Wheels of Development and Mediumship – SWOT analysis – Powerful Questions – Priorities, Goals and Targets – Action Plan – Development Journal – Benefits of Journalling – Practicalities – Asking the Right Questions
Video running time: 1 hr 47 mins
The audio download tracks comprise:
Track 1: Introduction
Track 2: Powerful Questions to Aid Your Development
Track 3: Questions for Overcoming Challenges
Note: The video was recorded during a live class and includes audience interaction.
You can instantly download the video, audios and PDF documents once payment is processed. Your order confirmation e-mail will have links to download them at your convenience.
Note that the video is 892 MB in size so may take some time to download.
It is recommended to download the files to a PC or Mac. You can also download them to phones or tablets if you have sufficient storage space. Alternatively you can download to a cloud storage account with sufficient storage space such as Dropbox, iCloud, Google Drive etc.
When you click on the download links, the files will be downloaded to your default downloads location. To change where the files are downloaded to, you can right click on the link on a PC/Mac or press and hold the link on a mobile device for more options. On Apple devices running older operating systems, you may not be able to download the files but will need to download to a PC or Mac and transfer to your device via iTunes.