Interesting Learning 2.0 Pattern
FEBRUARY 21, 2007
Tools - A Summary. There's something really nice about this pattern Found via Brent - 23 Microlearning exercises (23 Things). It has 23 Tasks over a 9 week period that helped them get you up to speed on what Web 2.0 is all about. It's a great list and the nice thing is that they offerred a free iPod as a reward for getting it all done. What a great idea. It's a bit similar to what I had done in a learning experience that was a six week online course - see Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0 I also somehow ran across Matt's Learning 2.0
How to Mold Smarter Learners by Using Patterns
JUNE 6, 2015
Your morning routine is an excellent example of a pattern. A pattern is a repeated, recurrent behavior of a group or individual. But patterns are not limited to the things we do. There are also the patterns that we see around us and patterns we use to make sense of the world. Smarter Learner Pattern-Building Ideas and Activities 1. I know I do.
Stop Abandoning Your Learners!
MAY 10, 2016
The pattern outlined above is most commonly seen in the context of live training events, but it can apply to a variety of teaching methods. Immediately after the training takes place the attendees should start receiving communications around the content they learned, the first of which should be a summary (with answers to the frequently asked questions). Clarification webinars.
The 2 views of workplace learning: L&D and Employee
FEBRUARY 11, 2016
In summary then, employees are now well ahead of the game! Modern views about workplace learning are very different – rather than forcing employees to do things in the traditional ways that L&D can manage and control, L&D practices now move in line with employee working and learning patterns. L&D also encourage and support independent personal learning.
6 Best Practices For Applying Spaced Learning In Online Training
MARCH 1, 2016
Douglas Fields introduced us to the temporal pattern of stimuli related to the long-term memory , while Paul Kelley and his team developed the method that relies on Field’s research. If you simply ask them to read through a brief summary or test their knowledge with a multiple-choice exam , they are not going to be able to commit the ideas to long-term memory.
Tin Can: My First impressions from mLearnCon 2012
JUNE 21, 2012
Given below is a short summary of what I gathered from this session and is my first impression. Post the summary I also raise a few questions. Summary: Tin Can is designed to provide a common data storage for learning experiences across a number of devices/platforms/media/information systems. Tin Can is not a replacement of SCORM but it’s a whole new API. How will Tin Can help?
Instructional Design in the VUCA World
DECEMBER 6, 2014
Learning design has to take these new usage patterns into account. A summary of how these paradigm shifts may impact the work and skills required of instructional designers are given in the table below. The current trends of technology, globalization, shifting demographics and a connected globe clearly portend a dramatically changing world. Some are yet to become recognized roles.
Myth of the "Relevant Experience"
NOVEMBER 9, 2014
As long as experience makes one resilient, quick to adapt and learn, a good leader and empathetic manager, and increases one''s ability to connect the dots and see the pattern, the experience is relevant. It misallocates power, since promotions often go to the most politically astute rather than to the most prescient or productive."~ Kodak and Borders are glaring examples. It does.
A Conversation with Reuben Tozman
MAY 9, 2011
Here is a summary of a great conversation I had with Reuben Tozman who I met one night at a conference (actually, we weren’t at the conference venue we were out getting a bite to eat and something to drink). The curation process is one of determining patterns in content that draws links between content objects in a variety of ways. One of the great things about my travels is that I get to speak with all kinds of interesting folks who are thinking about learning is new and innovative ways. It’s the holy grail for learning on demand and enabled through very modern technology.
The Learning and Forgetting Curve: How to Make eLearning Memorable
FEBRUARY 2, 2015
Another good habit to adopt when developing eLearning content, is to add a summary section in which you repeat these points again. Frequent assessments not only help gauge progress but also create a stronger memory pattern. You haven’t had a good night’s sleep in a while. Tell us something new. Sleep deprivation is nothing uncommon anymore. The culprit? References Yang, G., Lai, C.
6 Critical Factors that Affect How People Learn
JUNE 5, 2014
Here are just some principles you can use to improve retention of the material and help learners make meaning out of the material: association, organization, visualization, familiarity, frequency, rhymes, patterns, and acronyms. A lot of research actually goes into a well-designed eLearning material. Pay attention to these factors if you want to explore more about the subject. Hari Sriniva
Cammy Beans Learning Visions: 31 Days: Day 25 (Go Shopping)
SEPTEMBER 4, 2007
Go to a mall and spend 30 minutes observing shopping patterns, merchandising schemes, etc. As I think about my own blog-reading habits, I see the same patterns. Darren did a great summary of his lessons learned while shopping as did Michele Martin. Do you notice similar patterns in your blogging? I like to go to stores where I know the layout. They have just what I need.
The Critical Connection between Good Listening and Great Training
JANUARY 17, 2017
For example, you will absorb more information if you break the habit of formulating an answer when another person is speaking (a pattern called interruptive thinking). In Summary. Many brilliant thinkers have offered good advice about how to improve your listening skills. They have also noted that you will hear better if you eliminate interruptions and distractions. Those steps produce dramatic improvements in listening, and I recommend them. I call this approach “looking for kernels of wisdom,” and it has improved the way I listen and the way I lead.
Only 14% think that company training is an essential way for them to learn in the workplace
APRIL 16, 2012
Firstly, this same pattern of results was visible across all functions. Summary. That was one of the findings of my recent anonymous survey on how people learn best in the workplace, and even I was surprised by the results. So in this blog post, I want to share the data from my survey, some of my thoughts about the results, and the importance of undertaking your own survey. Ranking.
Easily Turn a Technical Subject into an Interesting eLearning Course
MARCH 13, 2014
Add Infographics and Visual Summaries. Compared to lengthy verbal or textual content, visual summaries and infographics make learning much easier; for instance, education psychologist Richard Mayer discovered that visuals with a small amount of text are more effective than visuals with a large amount of text. Although photos and videos are both very useful, sometimes infographics and other forms of visual summaries are the only way to illustrate complex concepts as they allow the message to be transferred more concisely by: Providing context and perspective. WBEC 2000).
How To Measure The ROI Of Online Training?
FEBRUARY 29, 2016
In this article, I will begin with a quick summary of the benefits that eLearning offers, what ROI is, and how you can measure it. Level 2: Learning can be easily measured through scoring patterns in the end of course assessments. Today, most organizations use eLearning as a significant part of their training delivery. Measuring The ROI Of Online Training. Do refer to this article.
Why Content Curation Should be in Your Skillset
APRIL 29, 2015
meeting summaries. Sorting through posts made me think critically and see patterns. Curation can boost your profit and help your people grow. It can save millions, reduce frustration, and boost the velocity of information in your organization. It starts in a gallery. You expect the curator of an art gallery to know the collection and to: search out the best items. publicize viewings.
Make Your Software Training Handy with These 10 Job-aids
FEBRUARY 7, 2017
It can be a worksheet, diagram, summary, checklist, and more. A mnemonic is a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations which assists in remembering concepts. Formal training will help your employees acquire knowledge and the much-needed skills to improve their performance at the workplace. To this end, providing performance support is as important as providing formal training.
BIG DATA, GOOD INFORMATION & A WAY FOR YOU TO USE IT
JANUARY 13, 2014
By summary then, we face three elements in our quest to make big data work for organizations: Gathering information factoring the effect gained when combinations of content reveal even newer more, newer, meaningful data. In this article I want to explore 3 connected ideas. So the era of big data is here. It would be impossible to know it all.
IBM Watson And The Future Of Learning
FEBRUARY 24, 2011
I’ve banged on about intelligent personal learning agents based on semantic technologies in the past , and Watson – a ‘natural language processing’ ‘pattern recognizing’ ‘world aware’ engine – is a huge step towards making that happen. Do research – find patterns, trends and be able to make effective recommendations for tasks in the workplace based on pertinent internet data sets.
Creating Visual Stories That Resonate
MAY 9, 2012
An image of this shape is found in this summary of Duarte’s book. Filed under: Lifelong Learning , Patterns , Social MediaThese are my live blogged notes from the webinar Training Online: Creating Visual Stories That Resonate by Nancy Duarte. My side comments are in italics. Any errors, typos, and incomplete thoughts are mine, not Nancy’s. Check out Cammy Bean’s notes too. She started with her personal story, told mostly with old photos on the slides and very little text. Story: likeable hero, encounters roadblocks, emerges transformed. Ordinary world. What is.
Learning Vs. Performance -- The Dichotomy
JULY 30, 2014
Training didn’t teach the meta-skills of learning nor did it foster the abilities for creative thinking, innovation and pattern sensing – all necessary 21C skills. A quick summary of each of the paradigms mentioned above shows how these could probably have an impact on the overall performance of each individual, and on the organization as a whole: Growth mindset - Carol Dweck , in her research, differentiated between Fixed Mindset and Growth Mindset. The shift has happened. The focus has moved from “learning” to “performance”. It was “learn, then work.” Training is an event.
Design Considerations for Content Delivery
SEPTEMBER 16, 2014
In a recent research piece on the role of digital content delivery (DCD) platforms in corporate learning environments, we not only learned that tools were being adapted in many learning organizations, but there is a clear pattern emerging in terms of the role DCD platforms have in the learning initiative and how effective they are in playing that role. Summary. Search text 5.
A close look at training and mobile technology
FEBRUARY 4, 2016
Once each client’s needs are identified, the team targets participant usage patterns and how best to maintain an uninterrupted training program: In different locations. For example: Key Points summary in PDF format – 2 minutes. Short video summary of content – Memorable storytelling format. But, where to start? Where should companies invest? . using authoring tool).
Engage Your Online Classroom With These 10 eLearning Tools
OCTOBER 1, 2015
The vocabulary-memorizing platform is patterned in a way that every student can memorize the spelling by ease because it provides a series of games and satisfactory dictionary. Plan and view your academic year, add items for each class, and view weekly or daily summaries in just one click. Learning Tools. So, everyone can organize their notes in their own way.
How humor helps + Powtoon review
JULY 21, 2013
The same pattern would probably work in any training trailer to boost enrollments. The article “How Laughing Leads to Learning” offers a readable summary of some research and makes several points that are relevant to corporate training. I recently created a funny (I hope!) If you don’t see the cartoon below, you can watch it here. (If What research says about humor.
Adobe InDesign: Nested Styles
I Came, I Saw, I Learned
APRIL 24, 2015
Nested styles are ideal when the paragraphs being formatted follow a consistent pattern such as entries in a catalog, directory, or bibliography. Notice the summary of formatting properties in the Style Settings section of the dialog. Nested styles take Paragraph styles to a whole new level with complex formatting you can apply with the click of a button. Adobe InDesign
10Q: Cathy N. Davidson
Learning with e's
JANUARY 17, 2012
When I read the summary, I remembered that Cathy had been the prime mover in one of the first large scale iPod education projects at Duke University several years before. Yes, there’s a pattern here!) Cathy N. Davidson first flashed on to my radar last year when the Times Higher Education news magazine invited me to review her new book Now You See It. Then it all clicked. browser).
Web 2.0 Applications in Learning
MARCH 3, 2008
I discussed the fact that there was a common Adoption Pattern that went from personal adoption to work groups to organization. Tools - A Summary and particularly my use of the course wiki as the basis for putting course notes, having each team put up their work, etc. Adoption Patterns Clearly to increase the chances of successful adoption, you should use patterns that are more likely to succeed. A few of the interesting patterns that I commonly think about: Starting Point - Never give people a blank page. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 Tools?
Effective Learning – Musings from the UnConference
MARCH 6, 2012
This blog post is a summary of the “ Effective Learning ” stream of the Learning Cafe UnConference which was led by Bob Spence. This stream, which was well attended all day, was concerned with how we can make learning more effective and to this end five separate Sessions dealt with some of the many and various aspects of effectiveness. This was not unexpected. Frith, C (2007).
Ten Commandments of eLearning Design
APRIL 25, 2009
Here’s a summary of the Ten Commandments, but be sure to read Cath’s post for detailed information on each of the items: Put the pedagogy (not the technology) first. Be aware of workloads and work patterns (yours and theirs). Establish patterns and stick to them. Cath Ellis has a great post outlining her Ten Commandments of eLearning. These basic principles, if adhered to, can make a huge difference in whether or not a project will be successful. a blog, wiki, discussion board, etc.). Balance risks with safety. Balance obligations with rewards.
Are We Approaching Collaborative eLearning Wrong? - The Individual is the New Group
JUNE 22, 2006
Instead, " emergence " - the ability of the system to be fairly open and allow patterns to emerge. Tools - A Summary makes me wonder if maybe we aren't being too groupware/Enterprise IT oriented (too restrictive) and not soloware/emergent oriented I ran across a recent article by Stowe Boyd - Matthew Glotzbach on Consumer Collaboration that is an interesting look at how the workforce is changing and it has some implications for learning professionals. A lot of his rationale for the shift echos what I've been reading from Andrew McAfee around Enterprise 2.0
Idea nodes & innovation
JULY 8, 2008
Below the fold, my summary of Ogle’s thesis. one that is becoming fitter), learning — the system's capacity to change effectively — thus takes the form of the alignment of lower-level elements with what lies in the future, a growing but as yet unseen pattern. I am a wanderer, enthusiastically trudging wherever my curiosity leads me. In Australia last month, a client gave me a copy of Smart World , Breakthrough Creativity and the New Science of Ideas by Richard Ogle. Permit me to lead you down the path. An idea space is social. Enter tipping points.
Getting Started With Working Out Loud
JUNE 29, 2015
The diagram below by Dion Hinchcliffe is a good summary of why one should practise working out loud and what are the likely benefits of this habit. It hones critical skills like reflection, pattern sensing and synthesis, provides insights into our own working process and helps us to improve it. My posts are usually pretty detailed, researched, and long. WHAT DO I SHARE?