How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 4

Kadenze

In this final vodcast of the series, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. discusses the distinctive effects arts-led learning is having on online learning design. You can view the three earlier vodcasts – Part 1 here , Part 2 here , and Part 3 here. Have you also noticed the same approach is used over and over to teach about ‘learning’? Digital Learning arts education online learning pedagogyPhoto by Teddy Kelly / Unsplash.

Examples of eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

We use podcasts to release information on department updates wikis for SMEs to submit content/feedback project Wikis ; resource / tools sharing on wiki online reference for patient care using podcasts for our ASTD chapter to introduce upcoming speakers wikis, blogs, jing to capture best practices, conduct training and elearning resources virtual learning environment that encompasses social tools Use discussion boards and blogs for reflection and share learner experience A great list of examples.

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Flipped Classroom Model: The Future-Present of Blended Learning

Leo Learning

Joanna Kori, Global L&D Manager for LEO Learning’s parent company Learning Technologies Group , looks at what she calls ‘the future-present of blended learning’. Joanna draws on her experiences as a blended learning specialist, as well as her work with the Flipped Classroom Model of blended learning and how it’s very relevant to L&D today. Technology has revolutionized the way employees learn, and yet traditional learning methods continue to be popular.

Google-Assisted “Search� Learning…but pls don’t say “according to Google�

Janet Clarey

Although it is a huge part of my personal learning and work environment I’m just well, blah. While some would argue that a Google search is not ‘real learning,’ search (and other) tools from Google appear to have pedagogical uses. The ubiquity of the platform is what makes it worthy of consideration for supporting workplace learning. For language learning, Google has Language Tools.

Myths about online learning

Janet Clarey

I think many of these myths can be applied to corporate e-learning. I'm thinking here about a vodcast with group communication around its content. Myth : Online courses are OK for learning Microsoft Word, but you cannot possibly teach real science (which translates into higher thinking/very technical content in the corporate world). which translates into SMEs unwillingness in the corporate environment to train because they ‘have a job to do.’)