Reda Sadki's blog

I’m an educational innovator with two decades of experience in doing new things in new ways to do more, do better, and reach further – and to do good. On the blog, I share interviews, insights and analysis around humanitarian education, educational technology for development, and other topics.

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Missed opportunities (2): How one selfish learner can undermine peer learning

The idea that adult learners have much to learn from each other is fairly consensual. The practice of peer learning, however, requires un-learning much of […]

Missed opportunities (1): making a dent requires rethinking how we construct medical education

“We are training 30 people to become doctors. My focus is on developing content for open educational resources (OER) that we can use to transmit […]

Why learning professionals should strive to be leaders, not just service providers

The learning landscape is changing fast. Even the most jurassic face-to-face trainers I know are now embracing the digital transformation or at least trying to. […]

Hot fudge sundae

Through their research on informal and incidental learning in the workplace, Karen Watkins and Victoria Marsick have produced one of the strongest evidence-based framework on […]

Why gamification is a dead end for humanitarian learning

Is gamification an advantageous strategy that can help increase knowledge and application when it comes to humanitarian responses? What are these advantages? Can gamification contribute to […]

The future of learning that could have been

In June 2017, the Institute’s president, together with its Chief Learning Officer (CLO), convened an all-hands-on-deck meeting to announce the Institute’s commitment to strengthening its […]

How do we measure the impact of informal and incidental learning on organizational performance?

Evidence from learning science clearly identifies how to strengthen learning culture in ways that will drive performance. However, in a recent study conducted by Learning […]

There is no “Social Age” – and here is why it is a dead end for humanitarian leadership practitioners

“And I can see no reason why anyone should suppose that in the future the same motifs already heard will not be sounding still … […]

I want them to read it

“So… can you tell me how you would like people to use the guidelines?” “Well… it is difficult to say… I am not sure.” “What […]

Implementation of guidelines, officially

This is everything that the World Health Organization’s Handbook for Guideline Development says about implementation.  Implementation of a guideline should be taken into account right from […]

From guidelines to impact

Most global public health organizations issue guidelines that are of a high methodological quality and are developed through a transparent, evidence-based decision-making process. However, they […]

New learning for radiation emergency medical preparedness and assistance

My presentation for the Geneva Learning Foundation at the 15th meeting of the WHO Radiation Emergency Medical Preparedness and Assistance Network (REMPAN), World Health Organization, […]

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