KEVIN THORN – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

As learning designers, it’s impossible to learn, know, and keep up with all the advancements and innovations in our industry, but I do think it is important to be aware of the ever-changing landscape. The initial request was an explainer video with follow up game-like interactions.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: Cognitive Flexibility Theory & Multiple Representations

Learning Visions

Wednesday, May 09, 2007 Cognitive Flexibility Theory & Multiple Representations After reading Clarks comment on my posting from yesterday , Ive been looking into Cognitive Flexibility Theory (Spiro), trying to better understand the notion of "multiple representations." (You 5 Myths About Rapid E-Learning Learning Styles Cognitive Flexibility Theory & Multiple Representa. Cammy Beans Learning Visions Musings on eLearning, instructional design and other training stuff.

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WHEN YOUR LEARNERS ARE ENGINEERS… BETTER KNOW YOUR AUDIENCE

Wonderful Brain

Content would have: Objectives achieved through both cognitive learning and intuitive understandings. In the current screen learners are told after CM has been added as a Managed Element it is cued up for synchronization. While this seems to have logic and order, it is a mashup of too many ideas in one space. Change Cognition Development ELearning Instruction Instructional DesignIt can’t be a secret that stereotypes are often well proven by personal experience.

More Marketing Malarkey

Clark Quinn

” This seems a bit of a mashup. However, my inclination would be to suggest that ramping up the WIIFM and engagement are the solution. As has become all too common, someone decided to point me to some posts for their organization.

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Clear about the concept

Clark Quinn

I argue you should hook learners in emotionally and cognitively, and those can be separate activities. One was casually mashing up a couple of essentially incommensurate ideas. I went to hear a talk the other day. It was about competency-based education (CBE) for organizations. Ostensibly. And, while I’m now affiliated with IBSTPI , it’s not like I’m a competency expert.

The case for PKM

Clark Quinn

We’re often no so meta-reflective, yet that ends up being a critical component to improving. There are lots of people who talk about bits and pieces, but what Harold’s done is synthesize them into a coherent whole (not a ‘mashup’). I said: “I realize mine is done on sort of a first-principles basis from a cognitive perspective, while his is richer, being grounded in others’ frameworks.”

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What’s in an image?

Clark Quinn

So let’s talk about the presumed cognitive processing that goes on. They’re a mashup of text and info, but that doesn’t make it any faster. My post earlier this week on the images processed 60K faster prompted some discussion (over on LinkedIn ;). And there appears to be some debate about the topic. I think it revolves around the issue of just what’s in an image. So let’s unpack that.

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You’ve Been Learning All Wrong or What I learned from “Make It Stick: the Science of Successful Learning”

Pract.us

Louis, have spent years researching how people learn and retain information, and Brown, a novelist, has helped them distill their findings along with other cognitive science research into this book. Make a mash-up of practice. You might have to look it up. Just as spacing out recall adds challenge to study, mixing up different topics or “interleaving,” stresses the brain and improves learning results. Make learning stick with challenging study techniques.

ARTICULATE NON EST REX – 3 REASONS HIGHER ORDER LEARNING IS BEYOND THE MOAT

Wonderful Brain

What I call ‘low-level’ elearning is the product of 3 conditions; the desire to move content to delivery as fast as possible, using the most basic software tools from which this can be accomplished, and lastly if something important is being tee’d up online but the development tool isn’t up to the task, the organization puts up fierce resistance to deliver learning in a different medium.

Wikis and Learning – 60 Resources

Tony Karrer

October 23, 2008 Using Toolkits to Aggregate Learning Resources , February 6, 2009 Enterprise Wiki as Intranet - a success story , September 20, 2007 Lurking and loafing , March 9, 2010 Activities, Workflows and Structured Wikis (Augmented Social Cognition) , February 9, 2009 Wikis for Improving Productivity - Experiencing eLearning , June 10, 2008 Wiki's For Professional Development - Learnadoodledastic , September 26, 2007 One more time: what's the difference between a blog and a wiki?

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Disruptive change and the growing need for e-learning innovation

ENROLO

In these circumstances, there is a growing number of reasons why traditional education can’t keep up. Another related strategy might be to parallel the concept of “mashups”, creatively mixing this free content to support a specific learning need and context. Today’s corporate leaders recognise that the pace of technological change is creating a major skills problem for their organizations.

E-Learning Trade Shows + Product Reviews 4 #TK11

eLearning 24-7

The Swipe Rule – Vendors need to swipe your card to follow up with you; which is fine; but I cannot tell you the number of times when I was a Director of Training and told the vendor in the face to call me or email me, and never heard from them. Cognition LMS by Reflection Software. 10th – Virtual Worlds, Mashups & M-Learning - Add a splash of GeoLocation. I was planning on writing about emerging technology and virtual worlds.

Social Media…outside, inside, upside down

Janet Clarey

I am seeing a lot of mashups. Is informal learning sufficient for cognitive development for all learners ? An excellent post from Leigh Blackall at Learn Online , which includes a break down of the three well- established learning theories (which, as we know, inform our instructional design), is built around the premise that social media is a product of social constructivism yet is being (mis)adopted into behaviorist practices.

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Semantic technologies and learning

Learning with e's

collaborative tagging, social networking, mash-ups, and wikis), lightweight representation of semantics and metadata is used in the form of folksonomies, user comments, and ratings. background knowledge or various cognitive traits) and curricula that educational institutions may offer. The January special issue of Interactive Learning Environments is out right now.

Free L&D webinars for December 2019

Limestone Learning

Keeping up with the pace of change can feel next to impossible. In this session, Katrina Baker, Lead Learning Evangelist, Adobe, will discuss how to: Prevent cognitive overload by spreading out the onboarding process. The result is a hit-or-miss mashup and a messy learner experience.

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Free L&D webinars for July 2018

Limestone Learning

This webcast will clear up some of the confusion and provide a window into how coaching can help, and explore how to build an effective coaching culture in your organization. Monday, July 9, 2018, 10AM – 11AM PT: Manager Onboarding: 5 Ways to Set New Leaders Up for Success (Free for ATD members) The worst thing organizations can do is hire or promote the most technically competent person to management and not give them the tools for success. What about mash-ups?

Blurring boundaries

Clark Quinn

Given that they’ve just turned up as the lowest rated carrier of the major four here in the US, according to leading consumer champion Consumer Reports , it’s a step in the right direction. We’re beginning to see a new notion of mashup that combines functionalities that might normally be seen in separate organizational areas, but from a customer perspective, they’re linked. I just downloaded a couple of new apps onto my iPhone.

Commonly Used Training Evaluations Models: A Discussion with Dr. Will Thalheimer

Convergence Training

Convergence Training: I’m sure people will be like sponging that up. And last year, I thought I would capture maybe 15 to 20 of these, but I came up with 54. They’re all mashed together. And then level two learning is mashed up. These planes, they go up into the, I don’t know, stratosphere or somewhere up there, and they’re spewing a lot of pollutants into the air and causing global warming and things like that.

A day with Dave Snowden

Jay Cross

Dave Snowden is a compelling storyteller, mad genius, and irascible Welshman who has pioneered the mash-up of complexity theory and management practice. For the real deal, visit the site of Dave’s company, Cognitive Edge. Dave clarified what comes next, something he calls the era of cognition and complexity. “the magic roundabout&# CAS with distributed cognition. Distributed cognition. End up with agile framework.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

Mark Oehlert

e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Edu-Gaming in the latest Escapist | Main | Article comparing new Mash-Up tools (Popfly, Pipes, Google) - thanks Sam Adkins » June 03, 2007 Here at ASTD.first session reviews.Ruth Clark and Tony Karrer.

2008 in retrospect

Jay Cross

I’m closing the chapter on 2008 and gearing up for 2009 and beyond. Marc Rosenberg, Allison Rossett, Barbara Pellow, and I led Up to Speed, an event in NYC for Mimeo. Posted my first video mash-up to YouTube. Its dimensions are emotional, cognitive, physical, sensory, and social. Looking back, I see lots of smoke but little fire.

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