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. Here he introduces the Mastery effect. The Mastery Effect. One quintessential dimension of arts learning lies around the ways learners acquire the skills and techniques they need to become fluent in the expression of a particular art form, be that the visual arts and design, the performing arts, the screen-based arts or hybrid arts. Photo by Teddy Kelly / Unsplash.

How The 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 2


s Director of Business Development, to discuss the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. Here he introduces the fictional-reality effect and the reflection effect. Indeed, framing art in this thin and impoverished way steers us away from some of the most powerful benefits of the arts, benefits online learning designers are leveraging to great effect. The Fictional-Reality Effect. The Reflection Effect.

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Music, learning and pedagogy

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The conversation turned to music, my songwriting and performances with various bands during the 80s and 90s. If you decide to go off on your own, there is likely to be discord, confusion and a general loss of tempo or impetus in a performance. Teachers who work with their students tend to be more effective than those who stand apart. 2) Performance is connection. Teaching is often a performance, where the audience needs to be engaged, connected with, and inspired.

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Connected pedagogy: Social networks

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Connected students can become the nodes of their own production, and are creating more content than ever before as they perform their learning for global audiences." Many writers have highlighted the power of the global digital tribe , particularly the way groups tend to solve problems more effectively than individual experts (Surowiecki, 2009). eden19 collaboration collective action connections Digital education learning media pedagogy social networks Technology tribe

Pedagogy in Game-Based Learning – Tips to align ID strategies in Learning Games


But there is often a disconnect between the advances in video game technology and the research on its design and effectiveness. When explained well, these make sure that the learner is charged up and determined to perform well during the course of the game. The game also has a set of tools that enable the learner to perform during the game. These tools include devices like instruments, special effects and so on.

How to Create Effective Test Questions


If every student answers a question correctly, does that mean your question is too easy, or is it a perfect example of an effective test question? How to Create Effective Tests and Quizzes. Accessibility eLearning Tools Instructional Design Online Learning assessment beta testing eLearning evaluation feedback instructional design Pedagogy quiz tests user experience

Performance Architecture

Clark Quinn

Yet the vision driving this is, to me, truly inspiring: augmenting our performance in the moment and developing us over time in a seamless way, not in an idiosyncratic and unaligned way. The pedagogy’s wrong: it’s not a flood, but a drip. The performance model is wrong: it’s not all in the head, it’s distributed across tools and systems. it’s not efficiency, at least until it’s effective.


E-Learning Provocateur

Beyond our misgivings with technology, moreover, the virus has also shone a light on our pedagogy. So instead of joining the rallying cry against training per se, I propose transforming it so that it becomes more efficient, engaging and effective in our brave new world.

The foundations of innovation in L&D

E-Learning Provocateur

There are two sides of the innovation coin in corporate learning & development: technology and pedagogy. I had envisaged an arduous intellectual slog trying to convince my colleagues in the L&D team – let alone in the broader business – of the value of evolving our pedagogy to become more effective in the digital age; and of leveraging technology as an enabler of the outcome, rather than it being the outcome per se.

Informal first

E-Learning Provocateur

Whatever is required to make the learning experience authentic and effective. It is well documented that the vast majority of learning in the workplace is informal. According to extensive research undertaken by the Center for Creative Leadership: • 70% of learning occurs “on the job” • 20% of learning occurs by interacting with other people. • 10% of learning occurs via formal training (eg classes).

Contextualized Learning: Teaching made highly effective!


Even in our everyday lives, we appreciate the effects of contextualization – behaving in one way in one situation, while using another set of behaviors in a different context – although we may not be actively conscious of it. For any teaching and learning approach to be adopted as an acceptable pedagogy, it must demonstrate that its core principles are in keeping with the broader body of pedagogical findings. 2) Design for effectiveness.

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How to Effectively Shift to Online Teaching: The Ultimate Guide

TechSmith Camtasia

You were able to easily measure your content’s effectiveness and student performance. By humanizing your content and leveraging the benefits of asynchronous communication and learning, you can create courses that are as effective — or even more effective — as face-to-face learning. They can also be used to shape and guide a long-term strategy for creating more effective online learning for better student outcomes. How to build an effective online course.

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Is e-learning effective?

Clive on Learning

and ' Will e-learning put me out of a job? ', my focus today is on another question that I am frequently asked by l&d people: ‘Is e-learning effective?’ On balance, the evidence would suggest that the medium, the delivery channel, is much less important in determining effectiveness than the learning strategy you choose to address the task in hand (exposition, instruction, guided discovery, exploration, etc.), Is e-learning effective?

How Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction Can Make Your Online Courses Better


This famed nine-step process can be adapted to help instructional designers and trainers in all fields create highly-effective courses in any topic. But effectively gaining students’ attention in eLearning is not that simple, because students have many more stimuli competing for their attention beyond just what you want them to see onscreen. For example: Establish your standard criteria for in-class performance in layman’s terms that your eLearner can easily grasp.

Improvising our way beyond emergency remote teaching


Increasingly there will be a move to quality in pedagogy ; to what effective online learning requires, to use research to inform online practice and to an overarching learning design best suited to taking your discipline online. The creative disciplines can only be effectively taught on a platform possessing particular capabilities demanded by the long standing principles of effective creative education. Image by Nathan Dumlao / Unsplash.

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Embodiment Online


We had been using Zoom for meetings for a far-flung Board and Staff, and the Global Water Dances program, a bi-annual global event, had been exploring a variety of live-streaming tools for the 2013-2015-2017-2019 performances. Three areas of concern and ultimately, intersection emerged: the pedagogy (teaching practice), the methodology (curriculum delivery) and technology (what is possible in the two-dimensional world?).

How to Make Sure Your Course Meets Its Learning Objectives


To be effectively measured, these objectives must be framed in terms of the ABCD guidelines proposed by educational psychologist and theorist Robert Mager to include: A = Audience. For each of the learning units that learners will be exposed to, your mapping will offer an overview of the competencies required, the topics to be discussed, and the activities to be performed.

3 Basic Forms of Effective eLearning Activities


In this article, we’ll share with you the basic three forms of eLearning activities that aid in creating memorable learning experiences – which is what effective eLearning is all about. Moreover, it shows the degree to which you understand the learner’s psychology and are able to articulate pedagogy effectively. How can you really come across as an eLearning superhero and supply truly effective eLearning?

7 Instructional design principles for professors and teachers looking to create effective eLearning modules


As teachers and professors, was today begin incorporating eLearning as a key part of their curriculum, what are the instructional design principles they must keep in mind to make learning most effective? Teachers and professors who are talking to Generation Z students in their classroom, cannot afford to only depend on conventional pedagogy. Use strategies to present and cue lesson content to provide more effective, efficient instruction. Principle 6: Assess performance.

How to Plan a New Online Course, Part 1: Establishing the Basics


Unlike a conversion, where you already have a solid base of effective content to build upon, designing a course from the ground up means you need to start by building the basics. While some of these steps can be performed concurrently, your workflow will generally follow this pattern: 1. You can read our detailed tips on creating effective learning objectives here.

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6 Immersive Self-paced Learning Strategies to Maximize the Efficiency of Virtual Training Programs

EI Design

Instead, you need to: Use effective Digital pedagogy to manage Virtual Training Transformation. Determine training and learning effectiveness – through online assessment strategies. Introduction.

How to Plan a New Online Course, Part 2: Goals and Assessments


Now let’s explore the process of assessing your learners’ progress to make sure your course clearly and effectively delivers its intended lessons. For example, you may decide that 50% of each student’s final grade will be derived from his or her performance on assignments, 30% from tests, and 20% from their active participation in class discussions.

Informal first

E-Learning Provocateur

Whatever is required to make the learning experience authentic and effective. It is well documented that the vast majority of learning in the workplace is informal. According to extensive research undertaken by the Center for Creative Leadership: • 70% of learning occurs “on the job” • 20% of learning occurs through feedback from others. • 10% of learning occurs “off the job” (eg attending classes, reading).

6 Essential Steps for a Successful Digital Transformation of Your Corporate Training Programs

EI Design

How Can You Ready Your Organization for a Successful and an Effective Digital Transformation? How aligned are our learning goals to our corporate performance measures? Remember, this exercise will require a reconsideration of Digital pedagogy to achieve the same mandate.

Human enough #edcmooc

E-Learning Provocateur

It is with glee that the proponents of e-learning trumpet the results of studies such as the US Department of Education’s Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies , which found that, on average, online instruction is as effective as classroom instruction. If humans are gregarious beings and learning is social, how can face-to-face instruction possibly fail to out perform its online equivalent?

What students need

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Although grades matter, more important still is the feedback students receive on their work and performance, and the interventions that teachers can make to support those they see struggling. One MIS which was created by RM Education , enables teachers to see at a glance, not only a student's current performance, but their past progress and potential trajectory. assessment education feedback Integris learning MIS pedagogy performance progress RM school students teachers Technology

Performance - Collaboration - Social Network Analysis - eLearning Hot List

Tony Karrer

yes, they went there - WISE Pedagogy , June 1, 2009 Time Spent - The Learning Circuits Blog , June 1, 2009 Top Other Items The following are the top other items based on social signals. eLearning Learning Hot List June 1, 2009 to June 12, 2009 Top Posts The following are the top posts from featured sources based on social signals.

Podcast 24: DNA of High-Impact Learning – With Paul Morton of CrossKnowledge

Talented Learning

You get an email message that says, “Thou shalt perform this compliance training immediately or be punished.” So I think we find high-impact learning in the difference between two wonderful terms: pedagogy and andragogy. (Or You won’t get meaningful, lasting skills improvement or effective business results. So we have an opportunity to help the next generation of adults learn much more effectively.

What is authentic assessment?

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I acknowledge that there are attempts to introduce new modes of assessment that draw on long-term development of knowledge and skills (project work), and team work (peer and collaborative work), as well as presentational skills (performance work), but essentially, high stakes testing (the one that really counts towards a 'grade') is still very much the preserve of the exam or essay. These have their uses, but there is much more available in the assessment repertoire of effective teachers.

The disillusionment of training

Learning Cafe

As I look back now it was a great introduction and foundation to understand the principles of training and learning pedagogy. Some would argue that actually these two stages of the Kirkpatrick model are pointless and the only thing that we as learning professionals should focus on is performance and capability. More specifically how we can improve peoples’ performance through developing new skills, knowledge or changing behaviours.

Andragogy in the Modern E-Learning Setting


Andragogy vs. Pedagogy. In comparison, the word pedagogy , is also of Greek origin but means leading children. Now, here are three ways how you can develop an engaging e-learning course for adults, following the tips given in Effective Adult Learning , developed by Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, School of Public Health, University of Washington. eLearning adult elearning androgogy elearning for adults elearning localization elearning translation Pedagogy

Tested to distraction

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The side effects of over-testing are that children become victims of the scramble to be best in the league tables. They are forced to teach to the test , which detracts from good pedagogy and also leads to higher stress and anxiety levels, not only for the teachers themselves, but also for many of their students. Everyone is forced to perform at a level that aligns to what those in power expect. Everyone is distracted from the business of learning by the need to 'perform'.

Passion for education

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We all need inspiration, and many would argue that we perform better as educators when we have passion. Unconditionally regarding each child with positivity is key to good pedagogy (Rogers, 1983). Effective pedagogy not only has impact, it's contagious. assessment education inspiration learning passion pedagogy schools teaching

What teachers need

Learning with 'e's

Recent research carried out by C3 Education and RM Education with a sample of 575 teachers across England revealed that technology effectiveness was uppermost in teacher perception (Connor, 2019). When asked which technology they thought might have the most impact on their effectiveness, 64 per cent selected school management information systems. RM's Integris platform clearly performs these roles in combination. 2019) RM Effectiveness Review.

6 interactive whiteboard tips

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Thirdly, teachers need time to tinker, experiment and test out new ideas and new pedagogies. I have seen some incredibly effective teaching that involves students taking turns to use the board to present their ideas, perform their work and interact with content on the screen. To bring this Cinderella technology to the ball, teachers need to spend some time and energy preparing it and practising its use, exploring the possibilities and testing out new ideas and pedagogies.