Thinking, Instructional Design, PWLE, Manufacturing, & Google

Big Dog, Little Dog

Personal Work and Learning Environments (PWLE) - eLearning Technology. Once the brain recognizes the pattern in the rhythm it can relax and understand the whole design. Thinking is so over - Times Online. The idea that content on the web is "free" is mistaken: the hidden cost may be the demise of old media and entire art forms on which the free content depends.

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Blogging Inside or Outside the Corporate Firewall

Tony Karrer

Stephen Downes commented on my recent post - Personal Work and Learning Environments (PWLE) - More Discussion and said - I am opposed to the trend coming from the corporate learning side of the house to treat PLEs as work tools. Certainly, if it's in your brain, you leave with it.

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Top 100 eLearning Items

Tony Karrer

Second Life is not a teaching tool Tool Set 2009 New Design for My Smile Sheet The art of changing the brain Writing Less Objectionable Learning Objectives How to Convert Your PowerPoint Presentation into an Elearning Course Social Media makes this course stand out Should All Learning Professionals Be Blogging? Using eLearning Learning , I thought it would be interesting to go look what it thinks are some of the top items of all time. Learning 2.0 - The Things How we read online. -

Learned about Learning in 2009

Tony Karrer

In 2009, I realized that this same approach is even more valuable for areas where I want to learn more as I described in Learning, Extended Brain and Topic Hubs. It’s very powerful stuff and an important extension to my PWLE. It’s always fun at the end of the year to go back and take a look at what you’ve been working on, what you’ve learned during the year. I’ve been doing this the past few years. And as part of this, I’ve been taking advantage of: 2009 Predictions How Did I Do?

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Hot List - April 1, 2009 to April 11, 2009

Tony Karrer

Brain rules #3 - Clive on Learning , April 1, 2009 Rule 3: Every brain is wired differently In this chapter, John Medina explains how every brain is different from every other: "When you learn something, the wiring in your brain changes." What you do in life physically changes what your brain looks like." "Our Our brains are so sensitive to external inputs that their physical wiring depends upon the culture in which they find themselves."