Breaking 10 Training Rules Using Micro-Learning - Tip #105

Vignettes Learning

M icro-Learning will only work if we break adherence to the 10 Training Rules. If we slot in or force Micro-Learning within the confines of these training rules, it will fail. Micro-Learning advocates that immediate application of small ideas at work or in practice is good learning. Testing slows down micro-actions and is anti-micro-learning. See more about Instant Learning.) It is incremental learning.

Are Instructional Designers Incapable of Micro-Learning Design? - Tip #124

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Why is it difficult for instructional designers to think and do micro-learning? I define micro-learning closely to that of Theo Hug's description : Micro-Learning is: Low effort Fast Easy Immediately applicable At the heart of this definition is the focus on what workers and learners actually do in very short, rapid and almost instantaneous basis while trying to fix, change and improve something. The above situation involves a Micro-Action.

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Instant Learning Impacts Performance: One Idea, One Action Learning Events

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How does the concept of Instant Learning impact performance? How do we utilize the brain's tendencies to maximize its ability to learn? What has been learned though is that the perceptions of people, which are based on the experiences of the viewer, provides context to the images viewed. This would show that the brain is constantly changing and these changes are the learning and lessons it has picked up in each and every day.

Micro-Instant Learning - Tip #123

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Instant learning suggests a sense of immediacy and urgency. The increasing complexity of jobs and the accelerating advances in technology necessitate workers to learn fast and develop skills needed to perform efficiently. In essence, there is a demand for the implementation of micro-learning to enable better workflow learning. Here are some steps you can take to ensure you’re facilitating micro-learning in the workplace.

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Untidy, Disorganized, Unexpected Learning Works! - Tip #112

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Impacts of Task Analysis and Needs Analysis in Micro-Learning What is Task Analysis? Task Analysis evolved as part of training and learning science because of the need to identify the activities that learners needed to be trained on. The following are anecdotes that we often hear and observe: “Learners must learn the step by step process.” Consider These Reflections “Learners must learn the step by step process.”—The See a video on recursive learning.

Stop That Dump Truck! Ask Questions to Know What is Important for Learners

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What changes can we do to our design to eradicate bloated content and make learning more manageable and enjoyable? The Dump Truck Syndrome Both Subject Matter Experts and Instructional Designers have insights and knowledge that make learning design valuable and worthwhile. Granted that these information may all be important and valid, what happens though, is that instead of learning they suffer from information overload. Why do learners experience overload?

6 Steps To Creating Learning Ecosystems (And Why You Should Bother)

Learnnovators

70:20:10 has shone a spotlight on the limits of formal learning. In contrast, social and experiential learning continue to be veritable goldmines of productivity, placing learners at the centre of their story and demanding a major shift from Learning & Development professionals. Central to this cultural shift is the understanding that learning happens by learners, not to them. That’s where learning ecosystems come in.

Free L&D webinars for November 2017

Limestone Learning

As learning specialists, we’re always thinking about how to make knowledge digestible and palatable—like those chocolate bars you wish you hadn’t eaten, only good for you! Unstable skills mean workers need to continuously learn to keep up with changes happening in the world, their industry, and their company. One of the most important ways that L&D practitioners can help with the current and coming job and skill chaos is to help people learn faster, easier, and with less stress.

Reframing 70:20:10, The Anatomy of Workflow Learning

Design 4 Performance

As a designer of 70:20:10 influenced solutions, I’ve found myself increasingly using the concept of ‘workflow learning’ to inspire, explain, and frame my approach. Workflow learning begins and is framed by the dynamic interplay between behaviour and mindset. That’s worth emphasising because, in my opinion, the relationship between experience and reflection is the key driver of learning and change. SOCIAL LEARNING IN THE WORKFLOW.

Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

New learning helps too, and September is full of free webinars that can add to your knowledge stores! The key to learning success in these instances, though, is getting this high-quality material to trainees as quickly as possible. During the session, you will learn: About the latest eLearning trends, tools, and strategies to consider when building an engaging and future-proofed training program. the webcast will also examine elements of a live simulation in action.

Virtual Reality and Micro Learning: Ready. Set. Engage. - Tip #145

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What are the possible benefits of using VR within the learning space? Using Augmented Reality to play Pokemon Go on a mobile device Using Augmented Reality To Explore and Learn AR is already being used to provide people with an immersive learning experience. This level of engagement deepens your learning because the experience is multisensory and authentic and encourages you to create your own insights and connections.