The Flipped Learning Revolution — Coming to a Brain Near You?

Dashe & Thomson

Instead, instructors can deliver lectures via YouTube as homework, and then spend the next day in class helping their pupils work through sticking-points. As Daniel Pink writes in an article for The Telegraph , the flipped classroom is so intuitive that when you hear about it “you want to slap your forehead at the idea’s inexorable logic.” Classroom Learning Innovation Video YouTube blended learning elearning innovation instructor-led training video web-based training youtube

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Brain Rules for Learning: Who Knew? We All Did. | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Brain Rules for Learning: Who Knew? by Andrea on April 15, 2011 in Classroom Learning , Informal Learning , Training Development , blended learning , eLearning , social learning Recently, I was lucky enough to attend a keynote speech by Dr. John Medina on his book Brain Rules at the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions 2011 conference. Blog this!

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What Does Your Brain Learn from Multi-tasking?


Neuroscience has discovered what psychology long suspected – our brain doesn’t really perform multiple cognitive tasks at the same time. Repeated multi-tasking could even be causing physical damage to your brain. This realization has been the basis for multiple blog posts, articles and books urging us to become more productive through “ single tasking.” I have no idea how YouTube videos of baby pandas and puppies keep popping up on my screen.). LearningToGo Blog

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Work as Improv Theater: Teaching the Right-Brained Learner.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Work as Improv Theater: Teaching the Right-Brained Learner by Jon on January 11, 2011 in Informal Learning , social learning The idea that right brained thinkers will dominate business in the coming century has been gaining momentum since it was first popularized several years ago by Dan Pink in his bestselling book A Whole New Mind. Blog this!

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

accessible YouTube tutorials and Netflix-style. to associate that content with the pre-existing schema in their brains, helping them to. Google AI Blog (2014), ‘A picture is worth a thousand (coherent) words: building a natural description of images’ 4 Give Your Video.

Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training | Social Learning Blog

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Analyzing the ROI of Social Media in Training by Jim on May 3, 2011 in social learning A continuing theme among my blog posts has been the difficulty of demonstrating the ROI of social learning initiatives. As she writes: “A recent Gallup study found that firms with engaged workforces have 2.6 Blog this! Download the whitepaper » Blog this!

9 Top eLearning Trends of 2017 from 49 Experts


He also hosts the L&D Talk Youtube channel and is a popular blogger. Tony is best known in the eLearning industry for founding eLearning Learning , which pulls in blog posts from the most popular eLearning bloggers. You can read more about Clive on his blog. He’s also the author of the popular Learning & Collaboration blog. She’s the “brain lady” and brings her insights from the neurosciences to enhance learning and performance.

Is the Learning Tech Industry Failing Us or Are We Failing Ourselves?


Lately things seem to be coming to me in bunches – ideas that appear at first to be distinctly different subjects are starting to merge inside my brain. They will be unable to write! When they run out of ink they will be unable to write words or ciphers until their next trip to the settlement. They can no longer write with a straight pen and nib (not to mention sharpening their own quills). – YouTube?

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The Psychology and Neuroscience of the Underdog Effect: Why We’re all Leicester City Football Fans!


I am writing this post on the day that the 5,000 to 1 longshot Leicester City Foxes football (in the U.S. This tendency seems to validate the statement that our brain is hard-wired for survival , an observation made by John Medina and others. Your brain wants to keep you alive above all else; an attractive next-best option is to keep other members of the species alive. LearningToGo Blog

30 Day Brainstorm Challenge!

Learning Rebels

In the last month, I’ve been in writing mode. Although, here’s the down side – I’ve gotten out of the habit of writing this blog. I couldn’t believe when I went to the stats on this blog page and realized a MONTH had blown past me since my last post. Now’s the time to wake up your blog, LinkedIn feed, YouTube channel, or Facebook page. When writing this post, I had a thought about if inspiration should be easy.

How to Design Workplace Learning Like a Pro – Start with These 5 Dangerous Questions


Now the production people are thinking that something online—“You know, like a YouTube video!”—would In fact, why not start here where you are, at the eLearningArt blog, doing some reading, learning, and inspiring? Write those things down, too. When you feel satisfied that you’ve emptied your brain, take one last step and imagine how it could all come together in a really successful project. series on YouTube. Posts blog

Neurology Should Drive Corporate Training Design


When it comes to designing engaging and effective corporate training, the best place to start is by looking at how the human brain works – neurology. Just like vehicles need the right type of fuel to run smoothly, your brain requires the right input to for its learning processes to work as efficiently as possible. Your brain loves variety! Although the popularity of YouTube has a lot to do with why we love video, ultimately, it is your brain’s input preference.

Taking Time to Learn with Alex Salas

TechSmith Camtasia

Alex explained to us the interesting research into the effect of learning on the brain. The more you do that, the more you train your brain to give up. Your brain starts to learn that when we try something that’s difficult, we give up and then the difficult thing stops.”. You need the time to reflect in order for your brain to retain the new information. YouTube is awesome. It’s important to give your brain the best chance you’ve got.

Using Technology So We Can Put Down Technology


Sometimes I am watching tv while sending texts, checking my Instagram feed, checking my email and playing a brain game. We need to let our brains rest and recharge. Using it all the time is likely not only bad for your health, but it allows us to be brain lazy. You never have to strain your brain to think up the answer to anything you just google it. Please try and understand the irony in writing a blog post about using more technology to use less technology.

How to Build Your Audience Your Way with Linda Puig


And so social media has all the different platforms that are involved, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, et cetera, YouTube, LinkedIn, those are the primary ones. Maybe more so than being a YouTube star like you mentioned, maybe.

How to Create a Hobby Niche Training Based Membership Site with Steady Lead Flow with Fisherman Devin Denman


He also has a YouTube channel that covers his topic. As Devin tried to monetize his fish blog, he worked with selling t-shirts and hated that. He thought about writing a book, but didn’t think it made sense. Is it the YouTube channel, or is it the idea of making courses?

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The Top 78 Captivate Features

Adobe Captivate

Hi, all, I’ve been working on finishing the writing of my first Captivate manual and I thought this portion of it might be helpful to anyone who needs to know or be reminded me of all of Captivate’s features. Publish – to HTML5, Flash, YouTube, PhoneGap (for devices) and more. This Adobe Captivate workshop not only taught me how to razzle and dazzle eLearners, it sparked imagination in my dry procedure writing brain.

Multimodal Learning: Engaging Your Learner’s Senses


There are four main methods of multimodal learning; visual, auditory, reading and writing and kinesthetic (VARK). Reading and writing. Reading and writing – the type of learning we’re most familiar with. We suggest you start small by repurposing the content you already have and taking advantage of resources outside of your organization, like YouTube videos and podcasts on the subject of focus. Best Practice Blog

How to Add Videos to KITABOO eBook Platform


In this blog, we explore the benefits of including video content in the learning curriculum and how you can add videos to KITABOO’s interactive eBook platform. Visual processing makes a large part of the human brain.

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Making Engaging Video

TechSmith Camtasia

Suppose your video is on YouTube and a person watching likes the video or leaves a comment about the topic, this would show that they’re engaged. We’ve used storytelling throughout history to draw in audiences and spread messages, and it’s how our brains like to digest information.

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Creating Passionate Learners 2005 = same in 2011

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Let me start with why I am blogging on this topic. If you are new to Kathy Sierra, after listening to the recording above, you should read the archives of her blog at My favorite moment in blogging. I started blogging in August 2005 and I did not have anyone "following" me at the time. So you can imagine how psyched I was when, after 4 months blogging, Kathy posted a comment on my post 2005 Review of eLearning. Cubicles Cause Brain Damage.

How to Look Professional On Camera

TechSmith Camtasia

In this blog, I’ll outline 9 steps to help you look professional on video. Watch “How to look good on camera” on YouTube. Oftentimes with business owners we see the “ I know my content so well I don’t need to write it down” syndrome. Recite Tongue Twisters to get your brain and mind working together in harmony. Think of your format like a skeleton or a checklist for writing content. YouTube: [link].

Multimodal Learning: Definition, Benefits, Types & Uses


Every human brain processes information differently. A 2018 study by the University of Zurich shows that, like fingerprints, every human brain has a unique anatomy. Reading and Writing. Reading and writing is the more traditional method of learning.

The Forge: Jamie Nast – What is mind mapping and how do I get started

TechSmith Camtasia

I typically make a list and write down the thoughts that come to me. Jamie is the author of Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power, Learn Faster, Remember More, and Achieve Success in Business. Watch it on YouTube. You can get tips and learn more about ‘idea mapping’ from Jamie’s blog here. Happy summer everyone! As we mentioned in the June episode, we’re taking a break from full episodes of the Forge.

Morning Routine for Entrepreneurs by Chris Badgett and LifterLMS Black Friday 2020


Chris: Before you go there, if you are listening to this in your earbuds, or watching this on YouTube, we do have a special Black Friday, Cyber Monday sale. That’s our blog. I like to listen to podcasts, audio books, my YouTube subscriptions.

How Avaya Built Its Own Version of Khan Academy

TechSmith Camtasia

This post originally appeared on the Avaya blog on May 15, 2013 by Carl Knerr. Those are the key stats around the Avaya Mentor program, our fast-growing set of how-to YouTube videos for Avaya products that my team and I have been producing. Below is a YouTube video of me doing the presentation (not at TSW), which I’ve also summarized, along with more success metrics, for those who prefer to read. We get these comments on YouTube, Twitter, and via email.

#ICELW Opening Keynote with Steve Wheeler @timbuckteeth "The Future is Mobile…Social…Personal"

Learning Visions

These are my live blogged notes from the International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace (ICELW) , happing this week in NYC. Wires connecting the book grinder to the kids brains. E.g., Thomas Edison did NOT write or talk about the Internet. All of these tools are available: twitter, fb, youtube, instagram, linkedin… The more people you connect to, the more noise there is, but your friends help you filter it out.

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How to Design the Perfect Business Model Around Content, Courses, Coaching, Community, and Retreats with Josh Hall and Chris Badgett


Josh picks Chris’s brain in this episode on some strategies he can use to further his membership site platform and community. He also has a YouTube channel with 23k+ subscribers with all kinds of content around the WordPress and Divi space.

The Forge: Jamie Nast – What is mind mapping and how do I get started

TechSmith Camtasia

I typically make a list and write down the thoughts that come to me. Jamie is the author of Idea Mapping: How to Access Your Hidden Brain Power, Learn Faster, Remember More, and Achieve Success in Business. Watch it on YouTube. You can get tips and learn more about ‘idea mapping’ from Jamie’s blog here. Happy summer everyone! As we mentioned in the June episode, we’re taking a break from full episodes of the Forge.

Millennials + Video = Love


If cool people in the '90s were blogging, millennials are vlogging now. Who has time for writing when you can talk faster? YouTube is the second largest search engine. According to a Google Consumer Survey from April 2015, “ 67% of millennials agree that they can find a YouTube video on anything they want to learn. ” ” There are great chances that millennials are at work when they need to learn something and turn to YouTube. Millennials.

Top 100 eLearning Items

Tony Karrer

Introducing The Conversation Prism eLearning Trends 2007 and 2008 TechCrunch White Label Social Networking Platforms Chart How to Insert YouTube Videos in PowerPoint Presentations LinkedIn Tips and Tweaks: Do More with your LinkedIn Account Introduction to Wikis, Blogs, Social Bookmarking, Social Networking and RSS Corporate Policies on Web 2.0 Mathemagenic " PhD conclusions in a thousand words: blogging practices of knowledge workers Web 2.0

The #blimage list

Learning with 'e's

The challenge is this: Send an image to friends in your personal learning network and ask them to write a learning related blog post about it. All the posts are labelled with the hashtag #blimage (blog-image) so they can be easily discovered and aggregated. Several are destined to become classics of educational blogging. blimage blogging challenge education image learning PLNThe #blimage challenge was started as a bit of fun between Amy Burvall and I.

Closing Out 2014 With Learning Reflection

Nick Leffler

I’ve made the last two months of the year an extremely prolific writing two months (for me). My goal was to write at least every two weeks which would have put me at 26 posts for the year. If I foresee a problem with my next post due to scheduling of events then I’ll have to write it ahead of time. I’m going to link to each of my posts then write a brief summary of what I remember of that post and the key highlights for it.

Differentiation Through Flipped Out Collaboration

TechSmith Camtasia

As I was about to enter my second year of teaching and first year teaching AP Calculus, I called my former teacher, coach, and mentor Steve Kelly to pick his brain about some aspects of the curriculum. Watch it on YouTube. We had students create presentations, videos, Glogs, prezi’s, blogs, and live demonstrations. We had students write about the mathematics. If we pool our brain power, then we have greater potential to be successful than if we work in isolation.

Why micro-learning works for me

Clive on Learning

Not quite so often (because it takes a lot of concentration), but still regularly, I do brain training using Peak. Peak may not be making me cleverer but is definitely improving my ability to do brain training exercises. Who does not watch videos on YouTube to see a demonstration of how to do something or an explanation of how something works? Who does not read web articles, blogs, forum posts and wiki pages to obtain factual information?

10 Spaced Repetition Websites

Ed App

EdApp , and its Brain Boost feature, stands out on our list of spaced repetition websites for many reasons. All you need to do to utilize spaced repetition with EdApp is to go to the administration portal and select the feature called Brain Boost. In addition to the multimedia aspect, you can also use the canvas feature to practice writing or drawing your answers. The post 10 Spaced Repetition Websites appeared first on EdApp Microlearning Blog.

10 Game Based Learning Platforms

Ed App

With its intuitive user interface, you can easily copy and paste Youtube links or upload classroom notes, PDFs, and other digital resources that your learners will need to complete their training. It featuresgamification elements which include brain games, learning paths, and quizzes.

4 Reasons to use video for business training


I then spent a few minutes on YouTube looking for fancy ways to tie a scarf, and then a couple more on actually doing it. And I have to thank YouTube for that. The second largest search engine, YouTube offers much more than cat videos or funny fails. The how to … search query returns over 400 million results at the time of writing. I guess YouTube can teach us how to do millions of things!

How to Build Side Hustle Recurring Revenue, WordPress White Label Services, and Online Course Cashflow with Divi Power User Keegan Lanier


The best way to get started is to build a list of agencies you like and respect and reach out to them asking if you can pick their brain about their process, how they manage clients, what platforms they use, how they invoice, etc. What’s your… You said YouTube?

17 Ideas for How to Market Your Online Course and Scale with Facebook Ads with Liana Ling


For example, if you record a podcast, take the transcript and summarize it into a blog post. Put the full video onto your YouTube channel and on LinkedIn. Chris Badgett: Do you have any thoughts on which ad system to use, whether it’s Facebook or YouTube ads or Google Search ads?