Experiential Learning Environments

Coreaxis

Experiential Learning, as its name implies, is a form of learning in which people gain knowledge and expertise in a field or topic by doing, rather than reading about it. This form of learning has proven to yield optimum results.

Experiential Learning Environments

Coreaxis

Experiential Learning, as its name implies, is a form of learning in which people gain knowledge and expertise in a field or topic by doing, rather than reading about it. This form of learning has proven to yield optimum results. Immersive Learning & Innovative Solutions

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3 Tips for Creating the Right Enterprise Learning Environment

Docebo

For success, you need the right environment, one that can accommodate varied learners and program components, delivering powerful experiences and program management at scale. Interactive Learning Experience – Gamification for Instant Gratification.

The evolution of personal learning environments

Origin Learning

A personal learning environment refers to the tools, technologies, resources etc. By and large, this constitutes John’s Personal Learning Environment (PLE). The coming of technology has naturally exposed us to more entertainment, and at the same time, to more learning. Much of our learning is informal and happens online. A lot of learning comes to the people even without them explicitly searching for it.

Virtual Learning Environments for management and leadership training

Learning Pool

These programs offer tailored content, one-to-one coaching, collaborative workshops, and the chance to meet and learn with your peers in the business. At Learning Pool, we’ve invested heavily in developing a virtual learning environment in Stream LXP.

The Complete Guide to Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

What is lecture capture? Lecture capture is the process of recording classroom lectures as videos, and making them available for students to review after the class. Lecture capture solutions take on many forms depending on how each individual intends to use them.

Why lectures?

Learning with 'e's

A recent article on the BBC News website asks why lectures aren't obsolete. It seems strange that although research points to their ineffectiveness as a method of learning, lectures still figure predominantly in higher education. Some academics might argue that when faced with a large group of 150 or more students, the lecture is the only viable method. It should never be used to control learning or to determine the content students to which they have access.

Building a modern Virtual Learning Environment in your LMS

Matrix

There are a variety of e-learning technologies and strategies that can be implemented in corporate education to achieve better results. E-learning today is limitless when it comes to designing creative virtual learning environments (VLE). Digital learning is the future.

7 Technical Tips for Creating Video Lectures

eLearning Brothers

Check out 7 tips for creating video lectures on how to put together text, visuals and audio for the ultimate video lecturing experience. Creating video lectures these days is a piece of cake. The benefits of video classes are many: a comfortable learning environment, catering to personal pace, no pressure, and no strict time constraints, just to name a few. As for recording a video lecture, the first thing that comes to mind is Microsoft Office Mix.

The Complete Guide to Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

What is lecture capture? Lecture capture is the process of recording classroom lectures as videos, and making them available for students to review after the class.”. The term “lecture capture” is actually quite broad and can be used to describe a variety of solutions, software, and hardware. Lecture capture solutions take on many forms depending on how each individual intends to use them. What you’ll learn in this guide. Lecture capture 101.

or not to lecture

Learning with 'e's

In my previous post I wrote that even though research shows lectures to be less than effective in helping students to learn, they still persist in higher education. The key question is: What can replace the lecture? Therefore, although there is great temptation for lecturers to treat 200 students as a group, they should really be trying to reach each individual student, and engage them in learning at the deepest possible level.

The Complete Guide to Lecture Capture

TechSmith Camtasia

What is lecture capture? Lecture capture is the process of recording classroom lectures as videos, and making them available for students to review after the class.”. The term “lecture capture” is actually quite broad and can be used to describe a variety of solutions, software, and hardware. Lecture capture solutions take on many forms depending on how each individual intends to use them. What you’ll learn in this guide. Lecture capture 101.

The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Virtual Learning Environment

KnowledgeAnywhere

Of course, you might also consider a virtual learning platform, in which case you would join the 81 percent of companies who provide at least some of their training online. What is a Virtual Learning Environment? A virtual learning environment is an online system that allows education materials to be transmitted through the internet to transfer knowledge from organization to employee, or teacher to student. Video or Audio Lectures.

More on Personal Learning Environments

Tony Karrer

Ray Sims has a great post on Personal Learning Environment and personal learning environments. His diagram and description that states that we not only each have our own personal learning environment, but that we are interconnected in all sorts of ways and need to be able to group things together for certain kinds of groups (organizational, informal, etc.) I agree with his overall goal, but I'm not sure I separate Learning and Doing.

"Getting" The 3D Synchronous Learning Environment

Kapp Notes

Lately, I've been working with Tony O'Driscoll and the folks at the eLearning Guild on some research and thought leadership around the idea of using 3D environments to teach in a synchronous environment. Talk about a Personal Learning Environment.all the business courses in the world couldn't give him the experience he is gaining just "playing" on the teen grid. I showed the drill and learning spaces we developed to my 13 year old son.

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

Dashe & Thomson

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.

What is Flipped Learning? How Does it Help Create Dynamic Learning Environment?

Impelsys

If we were to look at the evolution curve of learning strategies, we would see tall spikes in the last few decades. Mostly empowered by technology, learning has acquired new shape in the 21st century. The concept of flipped learning which took form in the 90s is widely experimented as an instructional strategy now. Flipped learning was brought into popular attention in 2007 by chemistry teachers Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams of Woodland Park High School in Colorado.

The classroom option you should not ignore

E-Learning Provocateur

Despite my obvious predilection for e-learning, I am actually a fan of the traditional classroom. Taking root in the school and university environments where regular classroom sessions are mandated and homework is the norm, the “flipped” concept posits the content delivery as the homework (typically in the form of a video clip) which frees up the in-person session for value-added instruction such as discussion, Q&A, worked examples, role plays etc.

The Importance of Captioning Videos for the Flipped Classroom

3Play Media

Flipped learning is growing popular in American schools, and videos are a key asset to the flipped learning model. What is Flipped Learning? Before we explore why captioned videos are essential, let’s clarify what Flipped Learning means. And what would normally happen in the classroom (lectures) happens at home. The teacher goes from lecturer to classroom tutor, helping students through the material and engaging them while they’re at school.

The classroom option you should not ignore

E-Learning Provocateur

Despite my obvious predilection for e-learning, I am actually a fan of the traditional classroom. Taking root in the school and university environments where regular classroom sessions are mandated and homework is the norm, the “flipped” concept posits the content delivery as the homework (typically in the form of a video clip) which frees up the in-person session for value-added instruction such as discussion, Q&A, worked examples, role plays etc.

As Featured on Capterra: Flipped Classroom vs. Flipped Learning

DigitalChalk eLearning

*We have partnered up with Capterra to share the difference between a flipped classroom and flipped learning. If you are familiar with the eLearning world, then you’ve most likely heard the terms “Flipped Classroom” and “Flipped Learning”. A Flipped Classroom is “a form of blended learning in which students learn content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and homework is done in class with teachers and students discussing and solving questions.

Online courses must die!

E-Learning Provocateur

If we dispense with online courses in favour of PDFs, how can we incorporate interactivity into the learning experience? Enter the Informal Learning Environment (ILE). Occupying a place on the continuum somewhere between a VLE and a PLE, an ILE is an informal learning environment that a facilitator manages on behalf of a group of learners. An ILE is a scalable and flexible learning environment. In other words, facilitate learning.

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Pros and Cons of Blended Learning

DigitalChalk eLearning

Blended Learning is a term used to describe the way eLearning is being combined with traditional classroom methods and independent study. A blended learning approach ensures that the learner is engaged and driving his/her individual learning experience. In addition, since difference students have unique learning styles, a blended approach is more likely to cater to those needs. Collaborative learning experiences. Learn more about blended learning here.

5 Positive Reasons To Get An eLearning Education In Design

Dan Keckan

Today’s learning environment is not what it used to be. Learners and students are not responsive to classroom lectures and tend to gravitate toward disruptive habits. eLearning Solutions eLearning Benefits eLearning Best Practices eLearning Career Online Learning

This time it's personal

Learning with 'e's

That means that when you learn, you do it differently to everyone else. If you are a student you may be sat in the same classroom or lecture hall as many other students, and listening to the same content, but you interpret it differently to everyone else. It follows that the tools and technologies you use for learning are those you have selected to use because you are (or should be) comfortable with them, personally. Posted by Steve Wheeler from Learning with e''s.

Learners as producers

Learning with 'e's

For the longest time teachers and lecturers have held the monopoly on the production of academic content. They have the tools, they own the technology, and they have the confidence to use them, not only informally, but increasingly in formal learning contexts. Teachers won''t be redundant in the new technology rich learning economy, but they will need to adapt as conditions change, becoming guides and mentors rather than instructors.

Why Colleges Should Think Long-Term with Online Education

LearnDash

We want to learn together, and most of us want to learn in person. Education aside, work environments across a range of industries are moving online. For many students, online education has made learning more accessible than previously possible.

8 Benefits of Gamification in eLearning

DigitalChalk eLearning

Increases learning retention. Students are able to better learn and retain the content when they relate to it differently than just reading or watching a lecture. Having a non-traditional learning experience with leaderboards, badges, points, and rewards is a major plus in your students’ eyes and makes it more enjoyable to everyone. Online Training Software Tips and Tricks Effective eLearning Gamification Learning Environment

Student voices unheard?

Learning with 'e's

Students should be at the centre of the learning process - where else could they legitimately be? However, if they don't have a voice in their own learning, they are peripheral to the process, and education fails them. If we ignore student voices, we will miss some valuable insights into the way they learn. Students bring their personal devices into formal learning spaces, but institutional infrastructure sometimes fails to support the use these new technologies.

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Interactivity and the Flipped Classroom

Raptivity

Flipped Classroom, as defined by Wikipedia , is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional learning environment by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home and engage in concepts in the classroom with the guidance of a mentor.

The Value of Using Technology Designed for Virtual Learning

Jigsaw Interactive

By using a virtual learning environment, your employees can benefit from a dynamic virtual training program that prepares them for a new position, builds on their existing skills, or readies them for exciting advancement opportunities within your company.

How to Incorporate Flexible Learning Into Your Online Courses

LearnDash

Here’s how flexible learning can help. Flexible learning is naturally suited to e-learning and online courses. With the focus on mastering the material and online studies, flexible learning naturally lends itself well to this type of educational course.

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What Is the Difference Between Hybrid and Blended Learning?

Cloudshare

Years ago, learning was consigned to the classroom. While many thrived under this setup, not everyone prefers this type of learning. We live in a world of on-demand services and internet-connected devices, so focusing on a lengthy lecture probably isn’t a suitable way to learn for most.

3 Ways to Use Video in Moodle

Lambda Solutions

Video is one of the most effective ways to keep students engaged and interested in the learning material, and can be used to provide students with lectures they missed, or to deliver learning videos (Eg. We’ll show you how to prepare your Moodle site to use multimedia, and then demonstrate three simple ways you can add video to your learning environment. One of the greatest benefits of eLearning, is the ability to incororporate multimedia like audio, and video.

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Asynchronous Vs. Synchronous Learning: What’s Best for Your Students

Hurix Digital

These schedules are – synchronous and asynchronous learning. While synchronous learning subscribes to the conventional mode of real-time teaching, asynchronous learning is highly non-traditional and learner-centric in context and approach. What is Synchronous Learning?

Why Virtual Education Requires an Actual Virtual Classroom

Jigsaw Interactive

Although online learning has experienced a steady increase over the past decade, it was the COVID-19 pandemic that undeniably spurred its meteoric rise around the world. Here’s where the problem lies in not choosing the right learning technology.

Five Benefits of Immersive Learning

CraneMorley

Is Immersive Learning the future of education and training. The impact of the pandemic has left a dramatic effect on learning. The world has had to adjust and this change in learning style breeds new opportunities. Immersive learning is one of these new opportunities.