Mobile learning – Push or pull?

E-Learning Provocateur

Regular snippets are also useful for reinforcing key messages, assessment, post work, and bridging the knowing-doing gap. m-learning constructivism content development informal learning learning model mlearning mobile mobile learning performance support pull push standardisation standardization trainingThe universal advice for m-learning is to keep it short.

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“I personally believe that one of the areas where learning professionals need the most help is how communities and networks impact learning and building individual and facilitation skills around these: Knowing how to individually leverage Network Skills and Communities to help with work and learning tasks Community and Network Facilitation Skills to help others learn and work using networks and communities.&#. Performance Support Lab - PS Links , July 11, 2009.

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Mobile learning – Push or pull?

E-Learning Provocateur

Regular snippets are also useful for reinforcing key messages, assessment, post work, and bridging the knowing-doing gap. m-learning constructivism content development informal learning learning model mlearning mobile mobile learning performance support pull push standardisation standardization trainingThe universal advice for m-learning is to keep it short.

A Framework For Content Curation

Learnnovators

I should know: I’ve used them as a student, I’ve seen my peers create them, and I’ve created them myself. SUPPORT ME. This content jumps the knowing-doing gap by helping the learner apply the concepts back on the job. In conversation at EduTECH earlier this year, Harold Jarche evoked George E. Box’s quote that “all models are wrong, but some are useful”.

A framework for content curation

E-Learning Provocateur

I should know: I’ve used them as a student, I’ve seen my peers create them, and I’ve created them myself. Support me. This content jumps the knowing-doing gap by helping the learner apply the concepts back on the job. In conversation at EduTECH earlier this month, Harold Jarche evoked George E.

Supercharge your learning programs with follow-up coaching

CLO Magazine

The newly trained people didn’t really have time to figure out why, so they would write off the learning and go back to their old, not-so-great way of doing things. Bridging the knowing-doing gap. Do you have clear goals and tasks for each direct report?”

 Does your leadership development program leverage all five adult learning theories? Here’s why it should

CLO Magazine

The cognitivist orientation focuses on what the learner knows — their internal cognitive structure. To properly support this model, the designer of a leadership development program must design a curriculum that presents theoretical leadership content in a logical, appropriately staged format.

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Louder than words

E-Learning Provocateur

Everyone knows that change management is hard. Well, organisations that focus like an eagle know precisely the capabilities to assess each candidate against, because they are the ones that align to their strategic imperatives. Performance weak spots may be (at least partly) attributable to gaps in specific capabilities; while a strengths-based approach might also be adopted, whereby an already strong capability is enhanced to drive higher performance.

9 Ways to Increase Online Student Engagement

WBT Systems

Or, they don’t get the support they need and lose motivation. These learning outcomes should be included in the course description so students know what to expect and whether the course is right for them. Tell them what they’ll be able to do after taking the course, not what information the curriculum contains. If students know why they’re doing an activity and how it will impact them, they’re more likely to invest themselves in it and complete the work. #3

Free L&D webinars for July 2019

Limestone Learning

Tuesday, July 9, 2019, 11AM – 12PM PT: Choosing an LMS: Five Must-Know Considerations (Free for ATD members) When looking for a new Learning Management System, there are a multitude of questions that must be asked, starting with: What functionality is critical to reach our L&D goals? It’s important to do your research to learn what functionality and tools are now available in the ever-changing elearning market.

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Balancing innovations and implementation

Janet Clarey

Many times, doing it right requires heavy lifting. It’s hard work to do that right with changes coming daily. Why do they fail so often? Maintaining status quo (knowing-doing gap). Manager support of adoption decision. Financial resources for training, support, communications, relaxation of performance standards during learning curve.

Re-imagining the Book

Jay Cross

I thought I’d be able to do this by changing the voice of the Fieldbook. I received these responses: Design with intentional gaps in the knowledge of the book to encourage high bandwidth communication might be fatal. How do you motivate people to re-read? My summary at this point: I’ve been preaching that action is the measure of learning , not knowing. Knowing something but not doing something about it is sterile. Background.

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Free L&D webinars for September 2018

Limestone Learning

Tuesday, September 4, 2018, 11AM – 12PM PT: Using Simulations to Bridge the Gap Between Intention and Action (Free for ATD members) A well-executed business simulation is designed to create aha moments, where knowledge and understanding translate to a change in behaviour. Arguably, these resources can teach us the skills we need to improve the way we operate and the way companies do business. In this respect, there is often a “knowing-doinggap to be filled.