Clear about the concept

Clark Quinn

It got interesting when the speaker decided to link CBE to Universal Design for Learning (UDL). For learning. To start, the argument was, you should make the rationale for the learning in multiple ways. There was a brief mention of something like ‘learning styles’, but while now wary, I was ready to let it go. And here the slide explicitly said ‘learning styles’ and used VARK. design meta-learning

Reaction to IMS Learning Impact 2012 Conference

Xyleme

We may have all been drinking the same cool-aid, but at the IMS Global Learning Consortium Learning Impact Conference in Toronto, there was a meeting of the minds. LTI (Learning Tool Interoperability) in particular has cracked the LMS open. The learning tools that were previously only native to the LMS are now are externalized from the LMS, and enabled as cloud-based “tools.” Individualized Learning.

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You’ve Been Learning All Wrong or What I learned from “Make It Stick: the Science of Successful Learning”

Pract.us

Make learning stick with challenging study techniques. Everything you know about learning is wrong. McDaniel explain in their book, Make It Stick: the Science of Successful Learning , a lot of our most commonly employed strategies for learning have proven ineffective in research. And some unintuitive learning techniques yield better results. We’re doing learning wrong. The book stresses two main points: You may think you’re learning when you’re not.

Content as a Service

Xyleme

For better or worse, the development of learning content has been a one-way push process. As instructional designers, we create our learning products, package them up with all the content and media, wish them well, and ship them off to the LMS’s – never to be seen again. To make matters worse, for learners, the sole point of access to learning content has been the LMS. Mash-ups and on-demand publishing.

Learning with people, not technology

Jay Cross

This morning I revisited the delightful story of how people learn to do their jobs at New Seasons Market , a chain of nine natural food stores in Portland, Oregon. New Seasons exemplifies taking a non-training alternative to workplace learning. That New Seasons is a people-oriented business echoes in their approach to learning. New hires receive a brief orientation and are then let loose to learn by walking around and asking questions.

Workforce learning in 2019: Finding patterns in a Clouded Crystall Ball

Adobe Captivate

elearning , Collaboration , NetBooks , Performance Support , GenX , GenY , Immersive Learning , rapid elearning. John Medina in his keynote address at the eLearning Guild November 2008 conference talked about how the fundamentals of how a person learns do not change decade on decade – in fact, it is an evolutionary process. However, our knowledge of this learning process is very far from complete. Mobility and Learning. I mmersive Learning.