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AUGUST 11, 2010 What's Your Objective?
They provide a good basis for looking at just a couple of common problems. Jeffery Goldman @minutebio, Johns Hopkins Healthcare LLC: “Not setting them at all, not measuring whether they are met in the final assessment, and not providing content to meet objectives.” [Note: This originally ran on Training Magazine’s former “Training Day” blog on 2/12/2010] Discussion of objectives in training could be a topic for a book all by itself, but lately I’ve run across 2 excellent examples of problems with learning/performance objectives. Her objective: “Max will understand about snakes.”
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SEPTEMBER 19, 2010 If You Force Them, They Won't Learn
From my dissertation: "Pastoors (2007) found that motivation to participate in bootlegged CoPs was high, that the bootlegged CoPs allowed for sharing of tacit knowledge and provided a welcome arena for those who shared common interests and “passions” (p. A link on Twitter caught my eye this morning: "5 Hallmarks of Good Homework" , Much of the content is applicable to L& D (make assignments relevant, have a purpose, that kind of thing). If you're interested in workplace learning I encourage you to take a look. Reading has become a chore, like brushing your teeth."(Kohn, 2006). 2007).
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JANUARY 17, 2009 Alternatives to Kirkpatrick
His CIPP model , originally covering Context-Input-Process- Product/Impact, and later extended to include Sustainability, Effectiveness, and Transportability, provides a different take on the evaluation of training. While the Kirkpatrick taxonomy is something of a sacred cow in training circles—and much credit goes to Donald Kirkpatrick for being the first to attempt to apply intentional evaluation to workplace training efforts—it is not the only approach. What on-the-job behavior/performance change will this require? Enough already, Jane! Yes, there are more. Pfeiffer, 2008
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MARCH 27, 2010 And ADDIE wasn't even there to see it.
Basically: --the 'trainer' (more experienced server) was the performance support --as a peer,actually doing the same job, the trainer was able to provide real-world suggestions --the learning experience appeared to be a successful one --as a side effect, the experience appeared to be forcing better performance from the trainer --and I'm afraid ADDIE wasn't anywhere to be found. saw it all hit overlap this week in 2 separate encounters with service employees. In the first, I was purchasing a prepaid gift card at a drug store. Sorry, but I forgot." Answer: "Would you like cream?").
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NOVEMBER 1, 2009 What I learn from #lrnchat
lrnchat gives me all-at-once access to some of the best minds in the field, directs me to new ideas, provides alternative points of view, and sends me looking for a new book or article. Every Thursday evening there's a great fun live gathering on Twitter called #lrnchat. It's a fast free-for-all organized around a theme, like instructional design, virtual worlds, social learning, or e-learning myths, structured around 3 general questions. If you're in the training/learning/Ed business, folks you've heard of often drop in, as do many folks you haven't heard of. Warning: #lrnchat is messy.
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FEBRUARY 22, 2009 E-Learning and the Panopticon
Bentham developed the idea of the panopticon , a prison design that provided a single central point from which all prisoners/cells/activities could be observed. Consider universities providing "distance education" courses via a course management tool like Blackboard, into which administration can ostensibly drop at any time to read student discussion comments, watch instructor videos, review recordings of virtual classroom meetings, and access other daily course activity. Many American shopping malls adopted this as a design guide, too.)Foucault And it extends to a new realm, now.
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BOZARTHZONE Join me at eLearn Magazine!
| THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2011
eLearning has evolved so much since 2001, from “CBT” and the early days of “distance education,” through virtual classrooms and virtual worlds to, now, the brave new frontier of handheld devices and mLearning, in an age with so much being created, shared, and curated through the new channels provided
by social media. I have recently taken on a new role as Editor in Chief of eLearn Magazine and hope you'll be a partner with me on this new journey. Here is part of my welcome message: "I’m thrilled to be coming on board as Editor in Chief. She is not a schoolmarm with a ruler. MORE >>
BOZARTHZONE PowerPoint Converter for 2013
| SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2013
was pleased with the audio recording and editing tools and allow that it is much better than the minimal funcitonality provided
by the old Windows Sound Editor. The Quizmaker provides
options to create graded multiple choice, matching, hotspot, even text entry items or ungraded survey-style quizzes. With the 2 nd edition of Better Than Bullet Points: Creating Engaging eLearning with PowerPoint (updated for PowerPoint 2013) going to press in August I’ve been busy learning PowerPoint 2013 and testing out converter tools. Disclosure: I made it known that I was working on this. link]. MORE >>
BOZARTHZONE Blog Book Tour: Karl Kapp's "Gamification of Learning and Instruction"
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2012
Chapters open with questions, which provides
a nice advance organizer for the information to come. The author has called in some big guns in terms of expertise, with Alicia Sanchez providing
a chapter-length case study from Defense Acquisition University, and a chapter on virtual reality games from expert Koreen Olbrish. Blog book tour stop 3: I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advance copy of Karl Kapp’s new book, “The Gamification of Learning and Instruction” (Pfeiffer) (also see the book's Facebook Page ) just in time for a long plane ride. What a delight! MORE >>
BOZARTHZONE Talking is Easy. Do Your Objectives match Your Strategies?
| TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2011
Figuring out how to reach the other domains – to provide
psychomotor practice or to elicit an emotional response – is your challenge in developing effective eLearning New "Nuts and Bolts" column today! Do your learning objectives match strategies and outcomes? Talking is easy. Presenting bullet points is easy. MORE >>
BOZARTHZONE Social Media in Training
| MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2009
Here are just a few: Twitter -- provide
activities that recognize the 140-character constraint Get-to-Know-You, Advance Assessment: "Please tell us your name and the ‘3 keywords’ that represent your mission, philosophy, focus, or priorities."; "Please state the one thing you most hope to get out of this class". Blog Create a blog post asking learners to provide
a 100-word recap of the critical takeaways from the past session. I keep seeing lots of "tips for using social media tools in training" but not many concrete examples. But there are plenty of strategies for using Web 2.0 MORE >>
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