Technology Enabled Learning: Complimentary Training Patterns

Your Training Edge

Can we think of enhancing their value through some training patterns, which compliment them in various aspects? In search of this question, I found some complimentary training patterns that go hand in hand in e-learning design. With such complimentary elements, the training patterns can surely be made unique. Both these practices don’t compliment your training pattern. Color is one of the most important elements itself as a complimentary training pattern.

GE TV: An Coppens on Engaging the Brain with Gamification

Growth Engineering

This week we’re joined by An Coppens , the Chief Game Changer at Gamification Nation. At Gamification Nation, An offers gamification design services, gamification membership communities, and online learning programmes. Watch this interview to find out: How gamification helps the brain learn. The most powerful ways to apply gamification to learning. Could you tell us a little bit about how gamification helps the brain learn?

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How to Align Gamification with Business Objectives

Growth Engineering

Find out how to use the power of gamification to transform your business. Many companies throughout the world have turned to gamification for the answer. How Gamification Helps Solve Seven Business Dilemmas. We explore how you can use gaming mechanics to bridge the skills gap, defeat the ‘brain drain’ and more! The Gamification Solution. The Gamification Solution . The Gamification Solution. The Gamification Solution. Gamification Business

The psychology of gamification in education: why rewards matter for learner engagement.

Paradiso

So is gaming or gamification as big as we think? The reality is that the video game (gamification) industry is twice the size of the movie industry and three times the size of the music industry, going on 2013 figures. billion worldwide, and their growth over the next decade is set to rise exponentially as they become even more immersive, expansive and, most importantly, rewarding with Gamification. Its Gamification everywhere. Games & Gamification in eLearning.

Agile Microlearning Explained

retention, including: › Gamification of learning › Deep encoding › Instructional scaffolding › The spacing effect › Adaptive training › The testing effect › The interleaving effect › Applied forgetting › Formative feedback These learning theories, combined with big data analysis and machine learning.

3 Brain science insights about adult learning

Matrix

Not so long ago people believed that we only use around 10% of our brain capacity and that once a neuron dies, the brain loses it forever. And neuroscience placed the 10% usage of the brain right next to the other erroneous beliefs. Although the brain is involved in almost all aspects of the good functioning of the human body, it is probably the organ we know least about. Neuroscience — the science studying the physical brain — is a rather young science.

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How Gamers Learn: The Game Player’s Brain

Growth Engineering

Gamers look for patterns. Gamers are used to observing a system as a whole and in most cases, pattern-recognition is essential to beating the game. Serious games, game-based learning and the use of gamification in learning platforms have given rise to a learning revolution that’s showing just how effective games can be. The post How Gamers Learn: The Game Player’s Brain appeared first on Growth Engineering. Gamification engaging learners Game-based Learning

What You Need To Know About Corporate Gamification of Learning

eLearningMind

The word “gamification” has received a lot of hype over the last few years, and as designers and developers we continue seeing the term misused and misunderstood in the media and in conversation. Gamification deserves a much better fate than becoming a watered down buzzword with no substance, and we will explain why. Gamification in its true application can be a viable and effective solution to these two inevitable problems. Contrary to popular belief, gamification is not….

What You Need To Know About Corporate Gamification of Learning

eLearningMind

The word “gamification” has received a lot of hype over the last few years, and as designers and developers we continue seeing the term misused and misunderstood in the media and in conversation. Gamification deserves a much better fate than becoming a watered down buzzword with no substance, and we will explain why. Gamification in its true application can be a viable and effective solution to these two inevitable problems. Contrary to popular belief, gamification is not….

The Benefits of Gamification for Online Training

Growth Engineering

Gamification is when gaming mechanics are used to enhance traditionally non gaming environments. Today, car insurance companies use gamification to stop speeding. Even health services use gamification to encourage healthy eating. So, why is gamification picking up fans faster than Sonic the Hedgehog in Power Sneakers ? Let’s look at some of the benefits of gamification. Engaging Brain Chemistry. You can use gamification to dish out real world rewards.

Implementing Effective Game-Like mLearning Content

Ed App

Enter, gamification! Gamification refers to the integration of gaming elements into course content, such as leader boards, point scores, star bars and real-rewards. Some almost immediate effects of the successful implementation of gamification are better information retention, increased motivation, and boosted productivity. Brain Boost. Brain Boost is a concept developed by EdApp, revolved around spaced repetition.

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The Top 3 LMS Features Requested? Survey Says…

Mindflash

So, in instructional design terms, learners are asking for microlearning , gamification and social elearning. Why Learners Like It: Microlearning matches the way the human brain prefers to process information (in short, manageable chunks). GAMIFICATION. Gamification is the technique of using game elements (e.g., Games can be addictive, so gamification in learning can make learning addictive. See how we define gamification.

Clark Quinn – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

We were not only embedding the best research into our rules, but were adding machine learning to look for emergent patterns and tune our rules. What would be your predictions on the future of organizational learning based on the present trends and emerging technologies (such as Ubiquitous Learning, Social Learning, Gamification and Game-based Learning, Learning Analytics, Personalized and Adaptive Learning)? ABOUT CLARK QUINN (Learning Technology Strategist): Clark Quinn, Ph.D.,

Why We Like ELearning Engagement

LearnDash

The three popular methods at the moment include: Gamification. Gamification most often involves adding points, badges, and leaderboards to course content. Our brains are hardwired to be receptive to these strategies. Which highlights a key takeaway: learner engagement is often easiest when you can tap into basic human psychological patterns with course content. If you are creating an online course then the most important thing you can do is foster learner engagement.

CLARK QUINN – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

We were not only embedding the best research into our rules, but were adding machine learning to look for emergent patterns and tune our rules. What would be your predictions on the future of organizational learning based on the present trends and emerging technologies (such as Ubiquitous Learning, Social Learning, Gamification and Game-based Learning, Learning Analytics, Personalized and Adaptive Learning)? ABOUT CLARK QUINN (Learning Technology Strategist): Clark Quinn, Ph.D.,

Hook elearners by shattering their expectation

Vignettes Learning

Amazon gives this glowing review for Cron’s book: "Imagine knowing what the brain craves from every tale it encounters, what fuels the success of any great story, and what keeps readers transfixed. This is exactly where many aspiring writers fail--they strive for beautiful metaphors, authentic dialogue, and interesting characters, losing sight of the one thing that every engaging story must do: ignite the brain's hardwired desire to learn what happens next.

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Joe Ganci – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Tool vendors that allow for social collaboration to be built into eLearning lessons, thereby giving learners the ability to converse with each other, build teams, and collaborate on projects, help to establish a lifelong pattern of continuous learning. We used to say that the instructional designer was more of a right-brain, creative type and the developer was more of a left-brain, logical type, though of course the division isn’t really that clear cut.

JOE GANCI – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

Tool vendors that allow for social collaboration to be built into eLearning lessons, thereby giving learners the ability to converse with each other, build teams, and collaborate on projects, help to establish a lifelong pattern of continuous learning. We used to say that the instructional designer was more of a right-brain, creative type and the developer was more of a left-brain, logical type, though of course the division isn’t really that clear cut.

Use Your E-Learning Course to Change Behavior

LearnDash

If someone signs up for an online fitness course, or for life coaching, or for meditation, they’re trying to learn new behaviors that will replace existing patterns of behavior. Many learners turn to online courses to gain a new habit, lose a bad one, or change their lifestyle for good.

The Power of Surprise in Story-based design

Vignettes Learning

Surprise is like crack in your brain. Scientists at Emory and Baylor used MRIs to measure changes in human brain activity in response to a sequence of pleasurable stimuli, using fruit juice and water. The patterns of juice and water squirts were either predictable or completely unpredictable. Contrary to the researchers'' expectations, the reward pathways in the brain respond most strongly to the unpredictable sequence of squirts.

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Bring the Science of Learning into Your Employee Training

eLearningMind

How Our Brains Like to Learn. The science of learning comes down to knowing how our brains like to learn. Our brains crave repetition and patterns —with a bit of the unexpected thrown in to wake us up to alternatives we haven’t thought about. Artwork by Kevin Bannister.

Chunking learning method: what is it & research

MobileTrain

How the information that allows you to do these things is built up in your brain, until it becomes a skill you no longer have to think about? Your working memory helps the brain organise and mould this information. Parlez vous français ? Or, do you play an instrument perhaps?

VR Innovation

CHRP-INDIA

As a result, there is a better level of brand engagement among users and a higher likelihood of conversions emanating from VR applications and gamification. The tactile sensation and its impact on the brain to trigger action/ reactions was sorely missing in the initial forms of VR implementation. As such, the brain wasn’t able to register the impact of their action on the virtual objects. A Look at Path-breaking VR Solutions for Inspiration.

Things to Consider When Choosing Online Kindergarten Platform

Dynamic Pixel

Apart from text, video, and audio; don’t forget to include the gamification techniques. Therefore, make sure that the e-course must include content in the form of puzzles, brain break videos, quizzes, and graphics.

A Conversation with Duncan Lennox

Kapp Notes

Price Kerfoot, and a pioneer at blending aspects of mobile, gamification, big data and neuroscience to boost on-the-job performance. Lennox: Based on the results of more than two dozen randomized clinical trials comparing Qstream’s approach to traditional reinforcement methods, the most efficient path to sustainable learning starts with knowledge of how the human brain forms patterns – and optimally encodes information into memory.

Adaptive Learning vs Personalized Learning: A Guide to Both

eLearningMind

Data analytics detects patterns in learning data, identifies learners’ skills and needs and delivers content based on those needs. If you practice something over and over again, eventually, it sticks to your brain. Artwork by Kevin Bannister. Share on facebook. Facebook.

Learning curve

Ed App

One more type of curve is a complex curve, which shows a more realistic pattern of development that can be slow or fast at different times. One of the features of EdApp that can assist learners is the Brain Boost feature.

Using Game Design To Create Accomplishment Based Learning, Julie Dirksen #astdtk13 @usablelearning

Learning Visions

Gamification has gotten conflated with the idea of extrinsic rewards: badges, points, etc. You have a rider -- the conscious, verbal thinking brain -- and the elephant -- the automatic, emotional, visceral brain. We think it has to do with brain glucose. When you use a regular pattern you already know, it's the cognitive equivalent of coasting. Your brain on Tetris. Kineo. Normal. false. false. false. EN-US. X-NONE.

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Why You Need an eLearning Modernisation Strategy

Ed App

Gamification. Gamification is a major element of microlearning, whereby gaming elements are incorporated into serious course content. To put it simply, it strengthens the mental pattern of retained information in the human brain. If there is one change you would like to make to the functionality of your enterprise, look no further than the implementation of an eLearning modernisation strategy for the training of your employees.

How to Use Spaced Repetition for Staff Learning

Ed App

Spaced repetition strengthens the mental pattern of retained information in our brains, allowing for the consolidation of greater amounts of new knowledge in a shorter amount of time. Recalling is often mistaken for rereading, however rereading does not stimulate the brain, having hardly any impact on strengthening recall from memory whatsoever.

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How to help the modern learners with microlearning

Ed App

Edapp is a pioneering mobile-first digital learning solution for the modern workforce that’s based on the latest science on adult learning, gamification, and spaced repetition, Edapps modern learning methods are bite-sized, collaborative and drive ‘just in time’ training for greater performance.

Keynote Resources from #LUC2017

Kapp Notes

Research indicates that our brains grow when we make a mistake because it is a time of struggle. Our brains react with greater electrical activity when we make a mistake than when we are correct. Also see Create Autonomy in Gamification and Other Learning Environments. Researchers have found that the human brain has a natural affinity for narrative construction.And that, people tend to remember facts more accurately if they encounter them in a story rather than in a list.

How to capture and hold learners attention span

Matrix

Located in a very low region of the brain, acts as a filter for all incoming stimuli and decides what we ignore and what we mind. There are four main categories of things that trigger or focus the attention of the RAS in the human brain: physical need. According to the brain specialists , one of the things that prompts information transmission is novelty. Our brain understands best by decrypting real (or at least believable) situations.

Enhance Your Employee Engagement with These LMS Features

Hurix Digital

The simple reason that micro-learning is effective and helps to drive employee engagement is that it plays to the fact that our brains naturally work by processing and storing small chunks of information at any given time. Gamification.

How to Teach Music Online & Monetize Your Skills (Guide)

learnWorlds

Depending on which one(s) you go for, as a guitar teacher you can start offering video lessons to students on how to hold or tune the guitar, how to read guitar tabs, play chords and progressions, or how to get various strumming patterns, finger-style techniques and guitar riffs right.

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How Quiz Maker Can Help Businesses to Generate Leads

ProProfs

Quizzes add an element of gamification too, which makes them fun. Businesses better comprehend their buying behavior and patterns over time. Sales increase only when you are well aware of their buying patterns. Brain T.Edmondson Best Selling Author & Online Business Expert. When you know about the customer profile, their taste, and preference, buying behavior and patterns, you can effectively deal with them.

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18 Amazing Outline Templates to use in Course Design [3 Downloadables]

learnWorlds

While that information may be very neat in your brain, unpacking it for the people who don’t have the expertise you do, is a different story. We have researched several online courses and concluded to specific activity patterns (templates), each of which correlates to a particular course type.

Deeper eLearning Design: Part 2 – Practice Makes Perfect

Learnnovators

What makes learning stick is spacing out the practice so that there is time for the brain to rest and then get reactivated. At the neural level, what happens in learning is that links between neurons get strengthened to create patterns of activation. Learners (typically) don’t make random mistakes, but instead they make patterned mistakes that reflect misconceptions. This is the second post in a series of six that covers Deeper eLearning.

Evil Design

Clark Quinn

I think such a design takes advantage of our cognitive architecture, falling into a pattern, in unconscionable ways. If you didn’t remember (and our brains aren’t good at rote memory) that the site is singular (Xtollway.com) and instead type Xtollways.com (a reasonable and even likely mistake), you end up at a site that looks like it can help, but instead seems to have sponsored ads and looks for clicks.

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9 Cutting Edge Training Trends to Watch Out For

KnowledgeAnywhere

This computerized, digital system is meant to mimic human brain function to come to conclusions using a mix of artificial intelligence, neural networks, machine learning, natural language processing, sentiment analysis, and contextual awareness. Gamification was introduced.