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How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 4


discusses the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. From ‘learning to improve your kissing technique’ to ‘learning to train your brain to be smarter’, as though all learning involves the architecture of human cognition in the same ways. The answers to that question provides the substance for the eighth and final effect discussed in this series, the Mastery effect. The Star Power of Cognitive Overload.

How our learning theories shape how we use technology for learning

Joitske Hulsebosch eLearning

I read a paper called Perspectives on learning and technology: A review of theoretical perspectives "This paper provides a review of literature pertaining to theoretical references on educational practice and technology from perspectives of learning theories of the 20th and 21st centuries." A learning theory (or theories) helps understand how people learn, thereby assisting educators, trainers and facilitators reflect on their educational practices.

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How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 3


discusses the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. For in their quest to realize coherence amid the impulses of emergence, artists experience sensuous cognition at its fullest; where the hand and body work with the imagination, complex judgement, advanced reasoning, and emotional intelligence to generate… creativity! Photo by W / Unsplash. In this third of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc.

E-Learning Design Part 2: Observable and Measurable Outcomes


At CDSM, we draw on a range of theories – from the past and the present – to form the method and practice behind our award-winning e-learning. This is known as our ‘ pedagogy ’. In our last post ( E-Learning Design Part 1: Structure, Repetition and Reinforcement ), we gave you an insight into how we use some of the essential aspects of the theory of ‘behaviourism’ in our digital learning solutions.

Video: The power and the story

Learning with 'e's

As politely as I could, I explained to him that making his students sit through a full 90 minutes of video was not particularly good pedagogy. Notwithstanding the student attention issues, I explained that video can be at its most effective when it is used in short bursts as a stimulus to enrich and extend learning, to promote discussion, encourage collaboration and to challenge students' thinking - but definitely not as a replacement for the teacher. Cognitive Science 12, 257-285.

Clark Quinn – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators


He integrates creativity, cognitive science, and technology to lead development of strategic solutions including award-winning online content, educational computer games, and websites, as well as adaptive, mobile, and performance support systems. It comprises stimulating discussions with industry experts and product evangelists on emerging trends in the learning landscape. ABOUT CLARK QUINN (Learning Technology Strategist): Clark Quinn, Ph.D.,

Best Practices for Effective Online Course Development

Hurix Digital

Pedagogy has since long been an overly debated subject. The phenomenon of digitalization has arguably gifted pedagogy its greatest strength, i.e., online learning. People study for many reasons.

Connected learning

Learning with 'e's

Through technology, we can connect not only with content but also context - people, resources and ideas, and we can also share our own ideas for discussion and further learning. There are many theories and constructs that can inform us of the nature and potential impact of connected learning. The latter implies that new learning is 'bolted onto', or constructed within, existing cognitive structures known as schemas.

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Experiencing eLearning

Neuroscience research is used to explain results from cognitive psychology research. They also try to connect cognitive research on the other side with classroom experience. Constructivism is a theory of learning, not a theory of pedagogy. tags: constructivism neuroscience schema pedagogy learningtheories.

5 Ways to Ensure Student Engagement in Online Learning

Hurix Digital

You might be interested to know that a majority of classical learning theories, practices, and pedagogies seem to fit in just right in an online learning scenario. Focus on an in-depth discussion on a simple topic, rather than working on multiple concepts at once.

Learning and instructional design strategies for adult learners


Education in the light of present-day knowledge and need calls for some spirited and creative innovations both in the substance and the purpose of current pedagogy.”, Pedagogy and Andragogy: are they different sides of the same coin, or are they different coins altogether? Let’s look at some industry-accepted definitions: As indicated above, pedagogy and andragogy focus on different, but not opposing, learning models. Re-envisioning Dated Learning Theories.

That’s not my style: Learning preferences and instructional design

Obsidian Learning

As we discussed in an earlier article , adults learn for specific reasons, and they bring unique talents and abilities to the table. Vermunt’s (1994) Inventory of Learning Styles (ILS) uses questions to elicit information on four learning components: cognitive processing strategies, metecognitive regulation strategies, conceptions of learning, and learning orientations (Vermunt, 2005). Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences.

Do humour and learning mix well?


In the context of pedagogy and learning, subject of our interests here, a few studies seem to support the idea that learners better perceive a teacher who makes good use of humour in the classroom than a one who makes little use of it. Learning requires effort, and this is a serious activity.

The Mosaic of Learning Styles

Big Dog, Little Dog

Perhaps the most critical study on learning styles is Coffield, Moseley, Hall, and Ecclestone's Learning styles and pedagogy in post-16 learning: A systematic and critical review. But even this conclusion needed to be qualified as it applied only to higher-order cognitive outcomes and not to basic knowledge.” Intuitive learners prefer abstract concepts, theories, and mathematical formulas, and seek innovation and new ideas when solving problems.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms


This approach prompts learners to read, discuss, and solve problems in order to synthesize course content. Cognitive Load. A theory developed by John Sweller that describes the strain working memory experiences when information is being processed. Involves applying a methodology based on cognitive psychology and instructional theory to create learning content. Pedagogy.