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OCTOBER 3, 2012 5 Ways to Use Goal-Based Learning
Goal-based technology can be invaluable in making sure that the right goals are chosen to ensure performance improvement and in providing a clear route to achieving those goals. by Tess Robinson. Director, L earningAge Solutions). So goal-based learning sounds great but what can you use it for? And how can technology augment this way of learning? Performance support. Performance review.
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APRIL 17, 2013 Power to the People – 5 Reasons to Embrace a Pull Learning Strategy
Where this approach can really add value, however, is in providing additional support and resources to ensure that training is actually implemented and understood in the workplace itself. 'by Tess Robinson, Director, LearningAge Solutions. We’re so used to self-directed learning these days that we forget we’re even doing it. m a trainee silversmith in my spare time. Not convinced?
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SEPTEMBER 30, 2010 How to Harness Informal Learning
Many of the technologies used in elearning can provide answers as to how to harness informal learning. Technology can facilitate collaboration and networking and provide a virtual space in which informal learning can take place and, to a certain extent, be tracked. And most importantly, provide time to allow employees to congregate (physically or virtually) to learn from each other.
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MAY 19, 2011 Brain’s Rule! – How Understanding the Brain Can Improve Your Learning Content
As training providers we can explain the benefits of exercise to our delegates and learners and encourage them to get active. This could be as simple as allowing free navigation in a course, providing additional further reading or resources, and allowing learners to go through material multiple times. Bell bottoms, boot cut or skinny-fit. Rule 1: Exercise boosts brain power.
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MARCH 8, 2012 Breaking Down Barriers Between Learning and Doing
Where you do need to provide knowledge and information make it concise and bite-sized. As humans we understand that we learn skills best by doing, by thinking about what went well and how we could improve, and by trying again, and again, and again. We can take short-cuts to improving our performance by learning what we can before attempting the task. We might read an article, watch some YouTube videos, ask someone’s advice or attend a course online or in person. We can be coached as we undertake the task and talk to someone afterwards who can help us to reflect. So how could you do this?
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ROB HUBBARD Onboarding the Blended Way
| THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2011
well-organised wiki, which is collaboratively edited and improved by employees, can be an invaluable resource for a new starter, providing
just-in-time information as it is needed. Guest post from my LearningAge Co-Director, Tess Robinson. We’ve all been there – the corporate induction that involves eight hours of PowerPoint, form filling and reading manual after manual of processes and procedures. Did it make us feel engaged, enthused and wanted? Did we come out with a deep understanding of our new organisation’s culture, mission and values? ll bet the answer is ‘no’. MORE >>
ROB HUBBARD Transmedia – Immersive Storytelling for Learning
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2010
Henry describes transmedia as ‘the integration of entertainment experiences across a range of different media platforms’ and transmedia storytelling as ‘immers(ing) the audience in a story’s universe through a number of dispersed entry points, providing
a comprehensive and coordinated experience of a complex story’. This is Transmedia Learning, or it could be…. If you google ‘transmedia’ yo u would be forgiven for thinking that this is purely an academic construct. Indeed, it was ‘born’ in academic circles. The first person credited with coining the term ‘transmedia’ is Prof. MORE >>
ROB HUBBARD Trailblazers Wanted
| THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012
looking for an innovative, effective way to deliver their material online. goalgetter is an innovative ‘goal-based learning system’ designed to help people put their learning into pra ctice, improving their performance by completing goals. It can be accessed from computer, tablet or smartphone and allows users to connect socially to other people attempting the same goal. It can be used as a standalone system, as part of a blend with instructor-led workshops, or to support a library of material on a learning management system. What we want from you. Who should apply? MORE >>
ROB HUBBARD New Paradigms
| THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012
it functionally does what it’s supposed to, whether or not it is effective depends on how it is used and for what purpose. Last month I attended the Ufi Charitable Trust launch event where there was a lot of talk about innovative ways to use technology for teaching purposes. Interactive whiteboards were broadly lambasted as waste of resources that are underused in schools. Some even went so far as to say they were a barrier to the adoption of technology, presumably because teachers were so intimidated by using them, it put them off other technology. It should be measurable. MORE >>
ROB HUBBARD Why Use Video for Learning?
| THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2011
tips from subject matter experts. Providing
strategic messages from senior managers. Video has been a passion of mine for a number of years. Because when it’s done well it’s so engaging. We know from research that our brains are hard-wired to take notice of moving images – it might be prey or predator (or even a potential mate). We all now watch tonnes of online video – if I want to know how to do something I’ll generally search YouTube before I search Google. find it frustrating, therefore, that we don’t use it more for learning purposes. Tours of premises. MORE >>
- Ongoing Deep Recon into the World of Transmedia ROB HUBBARD | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2010
- Coactivism – A Learning Model ROB HUBBARD | WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 2011
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