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Transform Deck: Combined All-in Set
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Transform Deck: Combined All-in Set

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This combined set brings you all 104 cards from both Transform Decks. The Transform Deck is a practical tool to inspire you to transform learning content into engaging activities. Curated from twenty years of learning design experience, each card is a path to take content and shape it into a different kind of interactive learning experience.

The combined decks include 90 activity types in six 'suits', that each focus on a different type of learning, as well as fourteen 'how-to' cards detailing a range of ways to combine, lay out and play with the cards to transform your learning.
The decks come with 'digital mini' versions of each card for online use, and access to a digital vault of tips, resources and content.

"The Transform Deck will inspire you, probably for many years to come, to create compelling and engaging activities for your learners. Review by Sarah Le-Fevre in Ludogogy Magazine"

"As soon as mine arrived I had it open and all over the floor - loved them from the second I received them. The quality is fantastic and the prompts and content on each card are brilliant. I had an idea about a Career Development course I’m building that really helped make one piece much more interactive and thought provoking." Angus Gray, Career Coach, 'Learning Leading Loving'

"The ideas are flooding" Kizzy Harris, Executive Coach and Leadership Trainer

"I’ve been running allyship training, and I'd gotten stuck on the intro. I couldn’t figure out how to make it engaging. After some suggestions in the community about which cards to use with info-heavy content, I came up with an idea, and it worked really well. It was really interesting to see what the different groups came up with." Jasmine Gartner, Unconscious Bias Trainer