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The student will become the master! But how? Adapting the Feynman 3-Step Mastery Technique to Online Learning

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So how can we apply this technique toward greater understanding in the eLearning arena? As the old adage goes, “to teach is to learn twice”, and mastery comes to those who apply what they’ve learned. So step one: we want the learner to take an active role in teaching the material that they’ve learned to someone who hasn’t learned it, which is perfect for scenario based learning.

Learning isn’t Linear

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To put this into context, let’s take a broader look at how learning occurs. People sometimes think that the rate of learning (skill, knowledge, wisdom, etc.) They picture a line moving steadily upward as a person learns. Learning isn’t linear. To play the guitar, for instance, one must first learn strumming, fret work, chords, rhythm, etc. Learning something new can be an intimidating process. I heard a quote the other day that really got me thinking. “A

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Knowledge Is in the Cards

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I was recently introduced to a card game called Dixit. The goal is to figure out which picture card another player is thinking of, based on a hint they provide. I figured I’d have some fun playing with friends and then go about business as usual. Instead, it changed how I think about “meaning.”. Here’s a summary of one of the rounds. The hint was, “I have a dream I hope will come true. That you’re here with me and I’m here with you.” The five picture cards were: 1. A couple playing chess.

Knowledge Is in the Cards

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I was recently introduced to a card game called Dixit. The goal is to figure out which picture card another player is thinking of, based on a hint they provide. I figured I’d have some fun playing with friends and then go about business as usual. Instead, it changed how I think about “meaning.”. Here’s a summary of one of the rounds. The hint was, “I have a dream I hope will come true. That you’re here with me and I’m here with you.” The five picture cards were: 1. A couple playing chess.

eLearning Glossary: Definitions for the Most Commonly Used Terms

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If you’re new to eLearning or online training, it can seem like you’re wading through alphabet soup with all the various anagrams and terminology used in this industry. Grab a spoon, and let’s dig in to the soup, with this eLearning glossary. eLearning -Also referred to as internet-based learning, web-based learning, and online learning is any training or education delivered via computer.

Bridge the Skills-Gap with Competency Based Learning

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You can help your members over the skills gap with competency based learning, career focused training, and micro-credentialing. Give me a learning path, a journey, and support that journey with the courses I need to be better, to grow from an entry level marketing associate to a CMO. The opportunity is there, if only he had access to competency based learning. How do you provide this learning journey? Education and the learning journey is future of associations.

eLearning Glossary Part 2: More Commonly Used Terms

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Previously we dug into the alphabet soup of eLearning terms and acronyms. ADDIE- The ADDIE model is a process used by instructional designers and training developers offering guidelines for creating effective training. This model is broken up into 5 phases: Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation. In the first phase, analysis, the problem is defined, the learning goals are established, and the learners preexisting skills are identified.

eLearning Memories of a Millennial Instructional Designer

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What do you picture when you hear the word “eLearning”? I’d like to share my first impressions of it, from back before I’d ever heard of “eLearning.” Kid Learns from Computer Games. Looking back, I now realize that I was raised with game-based learning. That’s where my brain goes when I hear “eLearning,” and I have fond memories of it. What do you think of when you hear the word “eLearning?”.

Competency-Based Learning: How to Bridge the Skills-Gap

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Competency-Based Learning: How to Bridge the Skills-Gap was originally published in the IACET blog as a guest post by Digitec President Jack McGrath. By providing competency-based learning and delivering this through an association.edu model, associations can address the skills-gap, while: – Supplying a skilled workforce to industry. A Social Learning Network. Within this model, Billy can modify his learning profile to target that new role.

Online Academy Helps to Keep Lectures Where They Belong: Out of.

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Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Online Academy Helps to Keep Lectures Where They Belong: Out of the Classroom by Jon on March 21, 2011 in Classroom Learning , Video , blended learning Where do the most innovate ideas in learning come from? Much to his surprise, Khan found his cousins preferred learning from him via YouTube to learning from him in person.

I’m Glad Millennials Scare Learning and Development – Part 3

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Part 2 discussed five outdated Learning and Development (L&D) practices and why they don’t work. Here are five updated practices that will help improve your Learning and Development for everyone, not just millennials. Updated Practice 1: Treat Learning as a Process. After a primary learning event (like a webinar or classroom training) sending learners brief, systematic “boosts” about the topic will improve their ability to recall what they learned.