Mobile Enables Informal Learning
DECEMBER 11, 2012
spoke (for 5 min) on how mobile enables informal learning. Informal Learning. Even though informal learning has been around for as long as we humans have been, the use of the term ‘Informal Learning’ in corporate has grown significantly in the last 5-8 years. 70:20:10 is the most common framework used to help understand informal learning.
Some Differences Between Experts and Novices
SEPTEMBER 20, 2012
As learning professionals, it is important that we understand that novice learners and expert learners demand/require and need a different approach to instruction. In comparing the knowledge structure of experts with the knowledge structure of novices, differences have been observed in both the nature of their knowledge and their problem-solving strategies. For experts, the knowledge structure represents phenomena in the domain in relation to higher-order principles. novice salesperson focuses on “making the sale” an expert develops a relationship with the client.
ELM Expert Series: 3 Fundamental Pillars to Sales Training Success
JULY 20, 2016
Traditionally, sales training teams have relied heavily on subject matter experts (SMEs) from marketing, as well as successful sales reps from the field, to develop and teach their programs. Instructional design uses analysis and instructional theory to ensure higher retention of information through intelligent program design. What’s Your Foundation? Going Mobile With Micro-learning.
Over-teaching experts and under-teaching novices
Clive on Learning
SEPTEMBER 11, 2012
The outcome of this is typically that we over-teach the experts and under-teach the novices. Experts have the benefit of elaborate mental schemas, which have developed over time and enable them to see the important patterns and make sense of all the cause and effect relationships that relate to their areas of speciality. We may be an expert in molecular biology, photography, accounting, office politics, bringing up children or the tactics of football. Because we have these elaborate schemas, we can pretty well cope with any new information relating to our specialisms.
How the right tech tools for your team can power your sales enablement strategy
Dispersed product information. No easy access to experts. right information into the hands of the right sellers at the right time and place, and in. They might not be technical experts in every area, but they know what they need to. team up to date on value proposition and product information extremely. If information is. These experts are often engaged.
20 World-Class Experts Share Their Top Presentation Tips
AUGUST 18, 2014
Presenters that are disorganized, dwell on trivial information and give long winded explanations that lead nowhere? So I decided to consult the world’s experts and ask them for their advice. The “Notes” view of PowerPoint allows you to create a full blown document within the presentation without overloading the slides with information. Original Article published on Forbes.com.
Informal vs. Formal Learning: Creating a Blend!
APRIL 21, 2016
The corporate training world often questions and evaluates the concept of incorporating informal learning. The question always arises whether informal learning can be added to the formal learning and if so, how both can be combined together. Informal learning is the unofficial, unscheduled, and unplanned way to learn and gain knowledge, whereas formal learning is delivered in a systematic, intentional way with a reporting and evaluation process. Arrange for informal workshops or meetings where subject matter experts (SMEs) can share their expertise with co-workers.
Social Learning Has Its Place…And Informal Learning Does Too.
AUGUST 11, 2011
Social media can be an accelerant for social learning, both in formal and informal settings. Jane is describing informal learning, a term most often used by Jay Cross to describe the many forms of learning that take place independently from forced or “pushed” training programs. Moreover, informal learning should not be overcomplicated.
Device Agnostic Content? Ask the Experts
JANUARY 31, 2015
The first level is simply broadcasting information on a mobile screen to build knowledge and comprehension. This level enables learners to glean more out of the information presented. Learning Management Strategy agnostic content broadcasting information broadcasting information on a mobile screen clickable graphics computer based e-learning Device-Agnostic Device-Agnostic Content
New research explores the common myths and realities around the 70:20:10 learning model
through informal channels, on-the-job experience. that’s powered by social and informal learning. Companies should couple social and informal. learners and subject matter experts to collaborate. help of internationally recognised experts Charles. Does it provide essential information at exactly the right time e.g. for appraisals? In-Focus. Report. Foreword.
Teaching Expert Learners
SEPTEMBER 27, 2012
Here are some tips for teaching expert learners. As employees and learners gain experience performing tasks and learning information, they develop mental representations known as mental models or a schema. For example, in a previous blog entry I noted that expert chess players have access to over 50,000 configurations of Chess pieces on a board and can easily remember where chess pieces are mid-game because of these patterns. So the question becomes, what is the best method for teaching experts in a certain domain of knowledge? References.  Clark, R., Pfeiffer.
On open badges and informal assessment
JULY 23, 2013
Although developing informal badges are one of the key debates in MOOCs and online learning in general today, not all institutes belief it to be worth investing. My first encounter with informal badges was through discussion forums where the more reputed, helpful participants got several stars next to their name, indicating their answers were worth reading. quite exciting!
Ideas, Experts and Data
Learning and Working on the Web
OCTOBER 17, 2014
Be wary of Experts : In a study of 64K expert predictions over 16yrs, experts didn’t know better than a monkey throwing a dart at a board – via @rwartzman #PKMastery. Managing the information overload is a real challenge. But we lose in that process a lot of new forms of information that can be very useful. call these Friday’s Finds. Friday''s Finds
Brain science for learning: 10 experts to follow
MAY 26, 2016
More and more L&D professionals are using this scientific-based research to inform their thinking but it can be hard to stay on top of new theories. We’ve curated a list of ten ‘brain science experts’ for learning, including neuroscientists, psychologists and learning leaders who reference research-backed techniques. Follow for: An L&D perspective on cognitive neuroscience.
Move Beyond Learning to Applying: A Modern Management Development Program
Development experts know, however, that. information to application and use cases, we focus the training experience and not. 1 kineo.com email@example.com 312-846-6656 Hard to believe that it’s been almost 20 years since the term “eLearning” entered the corpo- rate learning lexicon. And just in the last five years, the velocity at which new solutions have entered. We now. Right?
What are the Future Trends in eLearning? – Expert Interview
WalkMe Training Station
OCTOBER 13, 2015
At DevLearn, he spoke about integrating formal and informal learning with performance support solutions. – Expert Interview appeared first on Training Station. Eran Gal is the owner of Workplace Learning & Performance Support and a thought leader in learning trends. As an eLearning thought leader, what was your DevLearn experience like? Which trends caught your eye?
Beware who's selling informal learning
Clive on Learning
NOVEMBER 23, 2011
There is no doubt whatsoever in my mind that historically we have underplayed the importance of informal learning, whether that's experiential, on-demand or social. I'm equally convinced that, with the proliferation of great social networking tools and the ever-increasing confidence that learners are displaying when it comes to managing their own learning, informal learning should rightfully play a central role in our future learning architectures. Experts suffer from the curse of knowledge. informal learningTherein lies my concern.
If 80% is #informal #learning, why focus on inner-MOOC actions? #MOOC
MAY 28, 2014
A small ''brain wandering journey'' on why I feel MOOC research should look more intensely at informal learning outside of the actual MOOCs (informal learning generated by the dynamics in MOOCs), and overall lifelong learning in an ever changing online learning environment, for a workforce that is becoming older in an knowledge driven era.
Expert panel joins debate on future for L&D
MAY 9, 2016
NEWS: An expert industry panel will discuss how to equip L&D for the future during a special online event this month. Research-based initiatives, such as the Towards Maturity Benchmarking provides L&D with robust rationale to inform new strategies for effectively developing our people.” The post Expert panel joins debate on future for L&D appeared first on Sponge UK.
Doctoring the Informal Learning Environment
MAY 3, 2011
Recently Anne Marie blogged Location and Learning (which I have reproduced here) and she asked me whether or not I consider her central idea an example of an Informal Learning Environment (ILE). The network will also contain links to information about initiatives that are happening in the ward to address patient safety and quality improvement. They don’t feel part of a team.
Training Managers, Want a Promotion in 2016? Follow these 9 Steps from Training Experts
WalkMe Training Station
JANUARY 7, 2016
spoke to a few training experts in the field, and gathered their advice on how to get that coveted promotion. Follow the blogs of well-known training experts in the field; they might follow you back. Hire external experts to come in and speak about various topics. Consider presenting this information in an infographic to make a strong statement. Create a Personal Blog.
Pulling informal learning
Learning and Working on the Web
JUNE 4, 2012
Informal learning is mostly Pull. They are also more in control of who Pushes to them, through social networks and other sources of online information. For learning & development departments, a Pull workplace changes the traditional expert-led dynamic of content creation. Informal LearningPeople don’t pay attention to knowledge until they actually need it.
ELM Expert Series: How To Teach Millennials With Minute Attention Spans To Be Transformational Leaders
JUNE 2, 2016
Chief Learning Architect of eLearning Mind, Jack Makhlouf states, “Instead of overloading today’s already highly distracted workers, microlearning plays off of short attention spans and the power of retention through spaced out repetition of information.” . It also allows experts to connect throughout the world. The eLearning leadership program of today must combine these massive appeals with experts in leadership training, business simulations, scientific support and high-tech programming for neurolearning modules to truly transform today’s millennial leaders. 2008).
eLearning Student Considerations from MOOC expert—Tina Seeling
Coffee and Design
FEBRUARY 28, 2014
In a previous post, eLearning Principles from MOOC expert—Tina Seeling I discussed some “eLearning principles” from her mini lecture on course design that I think should influence how we design eLearning experiences. Click the link above for more information. Tina has a new MOOC coming up through NovoEd , called Creativity: Music to My Ears.
Harnessing the Power of a Subject Matter Expert (SME)
MAY 25, 2015
What happens when you have a Subject Matter Expert (SME) and an Instructional Designer (or an eLearning program developer) in one room? The goal here is not necessarily to create compelling content with smooth slide turner interactions, but to work with the expert in order to really spin the program towards a very time and cost efficient direction. We all know the usual protocol to contact a subject matter expert. Subject Matter Experts and Instructional Designers have an equal role to play in the eLearning program design. So how do you treat them? 16 hours?
Informal Learning – the other 80%
APRIL 16, 2013
The start-up stiffed me but the paper morphed into the Informal Learning book. think it’s held up rather well. I’ll be leading a series of master classes on informal learning and working smarter in Europe. Informal Learning – the other 80%. Because organizations are oblivious to informal learning, they fail to invest in it. Or voice-recognition experts.
One Easy Way to Help Subject Matter Experts Produce E-Learning That Works
JULY 2, 2013
In fact, the way Mindflash is designed, you can provide access to subject matter experts (product managers, for example) in your organization, and they can publish important content in the form of e-learning. Teach Subject Matter Experts This One Thing. However, you can help subject matter experts produce effective e-learning courses by giving them a simple nine step check list.
Engage Business Matter Experts in Learning Design
JANUARY 16, 2014
Subject matter experts are no longer enough to affect performance. The acronym SME, or subject matter expert, has been used in our industry for as long as I can remember. BMEs, or business matter experts, walk hand in hand with a SME in the new world of agile design. A BME is your learner. Adding a BME to our already well-informed SME creates a solid team that helps us cover it all. Involving someone who has mastered the content you intend to teach in the development and design process is pretty much a no-brainer. But it may be time to consider some new approaches.
6 Benefits of Informal Learning
NOVEMBER 25, 2015
Perhaps the highest level of learning with the deepest cognitive impact is informal learning. In this article, we’ll share with you the strategies to embed informal learning in your eLearning environment to capitalize on this excellent motivating learning style. Let us explore informal and formal learning further to determine the pros and cons of each.
Come Train With the Experts at the LUC 2016
MARCH 30, 2016
This could be you, except with beachfront views instead of office walls*: Our Lectora® experts will be warming up for the 2016 Lectora User Conference by putting on a whole day of training in Fort Lauderdale. You’ll use variables to track user interactivity, display both generic and user information, and conditionally branch within a title. Guess what? Questions (e.g., Training.
Micro-Learning: Its Role in Formal, Informal and Incidental Learning
AUGUST 7, 2014
Wikipedia With the rise of social and informal learning, and ubiquitous mobile devices (tablets, phablets, smartphones and everything in between), micro-learning as a concept and practice has taken off. Typically, micro-learning or learning bytes or learning capsules work well as a component of informal learning where the learner pulls what they need to solve an immediate problem. Thus, micro-learning can play a crucial role in both formally designed performance support as well as in informal learning, with the latter focusing on user-generated content.
How To Brain Sync With A Subject Matter Expert
The eLearning Coach
AUGUST 3, 2011
Short of performing a science fiction mind-meld, how can you efficiently transfer content from the brain of a subject matter expert (SME) into a form you can use? In case you’re new at this, instructional designers often interview subject matter experts to access their stream of knowledge. The Expert Brain. Review your notes and clean them up so the information is clear.
Excerpts from Experts
MAY 2, 2014
So here are a few excerpts right from the experts: Webinar – Making Learning Stick April 2013 Jay Cross You tend to forget almost 50 – 80% of what you learn if you don’t revisit it within 24 hours of learning. Present small bites of information to your learners at regular intervals to help them retain the same. To master a topic, curate information about it, write about it, share it with others or give your opinion. hope you had a good time reading all these useful nuggets of information. eLearning eLearning Industry Experts eLearning Influencer Free webinar
eLearning Glossary Part 2: More Commonly Used Terms
JUNE 9, 2016
SME- Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) provide the content that makes a course informative. Your SME knows what learners need to know to be experts. Train-the-trainer lessons typically prepare instructors to present information effectively, respond to participant questions and lead activities that reinforce learning. But you weren’t full. You asked for seconds.
Epic Meaning and Engagement: What the Experts Say
MAY 18, 2016
It’s all to do with how we connect information to what we already know in our brains… and form connections that are building on top of other things that are familiar. The post Epic Meaning and Engagement: What the Experts Say appeared first on Growth Engineering. Most of you spend a good 8 hours per day at work. “Efforts and courage are not enough without purpose and direction.”
Comparison of Novice and Expert And Why Games Can Help.
MARCH 22, 2011
Looking through my old “Learning and Instruction:Theory into Practice book by Margaret Gredler, written in 1997, I came across an interesting comparison of novice vs. expert thinking (page 188). Expert. Knowledge structures of experts represent phenomena in the domain in relation to higher-order principles. Expert. Novice. What this means? Teaching Implications.
Become an Expert in Instructional Design
AUGUST 18, 2014
Instructional designers are not traditional teachers where information are just downloaded by the students. You must make sure that information is not pushed to the learners’ mind but instead you pull it out of them. You must treat your learners as individuals that are already informed and well-versed with your course. What are the stakes to be an instructional designer?
Jump-Start Your Journey to Become an Expert in Human Lie Detection
MARCH 27, 2014
Vanessa Van Edwards, OpenSesame’s newest seller, is an expert in body language and nonverbal communication. If a job candidate is crossing their arms and hiding their hands, they might be withholding information from you. When you look back on the last time you interviewed a candidate for a position in your company, did you wonder whether the applicant was telling you the truth?
You Don’t Need to be an “Expert”
MARCH 1, 2016
In the context of creating and selling an online course, the most common insecurity I come across is that people believe they are not enough of an “expert” in the topic of their course. People who convince themselves that they aren’t experts potentially miss out on a lot of money. Expert is a Loaded Term. What makes an “expert”?