Teaching and mentoring is an important part of anyones practice. I started teaching privately and in small groups when I was a musician in Toronto many years ago, and have tried to incorporate as much teaching into my schedule as possible ever since.
In Taiwan I was regularly involved with delivering user experience topics in the form of talks, workshops and classes. Primarily this was intro. level material but I also would deep dive into information architecture and experience analysis.
Unfortunately, for the past 6 years or so there has been scant opportunity, nor have I had time, to teach.
This changed when I moved to China where in additional to my regular mentoring I have started to develop more formal workshops for experienced practitioners.
The first of these which was a series of talks entitled A Model for Experience Design. The goal of these talks was to give a framework to analyse experience, especially real world experiences, in order to apply the findings to our everyday work.
A few screens from the presentation are shown below:
You can grab an abbreviated version of the above topic from my Dropbox.