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Revisiting Learning Styles

Experiencing eLearning

As a music teacher, that might mean something like teaching rhythms through multiple channels. After several minutes of echoing rhythms with a specific type of pattern, I’d draw a rhythm on the chalkboard (yes, actual chalk) and connect how it looks to how it sounds (visual and auditory).

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Taxonomy of Learning Theories

E-Learning Provocateur

It’s important to note that Social Learning Theory now extends beyond the behaviourist domain to encompass cognition, particularly through the work of Julian Rotter and Albert Bandura. . Cognitive load . In 1988, John Sweller synthesised key principles of memory and schema under a new proposal called Cognitive Load Theory. .

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My post-pandemic learning list

CLO Magazine

There are new patterns emerging that indicate learners are overriding step-by-step content and skipping to the elements they need immediately in that moment – often bypassing the introductions and driving their own learning on a more personalized basis. Arts expand the emotional impact of cognitive mastery.

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Employee Spotlight : Elias Jackson

OpenSesame

I knew my career would follow one or both of my passions — computer software and music. I love music and podcasting. One of the podcasts I host is a roundtable music industry discussion. It inspired me to be a better critical thinker and learn more about cognitive biases. How did you get into the field you’re in?

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A Comprehensive Guide to the 3 Levels of Interactivity in eLearning Content Development

Thinkdom

Enhances Motivation: Interactive eLearning content development incorporates elements like music, themes, and gamification, which add a fun dimension to learning. Classification Or Sorting: This is a learning activity where learners group items into categories (classification) or arrange them in a pattern (sorting).

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Cognitive Fitness

Clive on Learning

Chris Brannigan of Caspian Learning alerted me to Cognitive Fitness , an article by Roderick Gilkey and Clint Kilts in the Harvard Business Review, which you can download online for US$6.50. Search for patterns: challenge and expand your mindset by experiencing new places and listening to alternative viewpoints.

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Revisiting Learning Styles

Experiencing eLearning

As a music teacher, that might mean something like teaching rhythms through multiple channels. After several minutes of echoing rhythms with a specific type of pattern, I’d draw a rhythm on the chalkboard (yes, actual chalk) and connect how it looks to how it sounds (visual and auditory).