How do you create a perfect blend of the various learning components?

Origin Learning

In Harry Potter movies, Severus Snape’s classroom has a perfect mix of very traditional teacher-pupil relationship, coupled with experiential learning, where Snape is in complete control of the student’s behaviour, presenting an opportunity for the young wizards to mix ingredients and create potions. The learning landscape is not constant, shifting the learning focus on learners, learning, skills, goals and attitude.

The Emergence of Learning Engineering

Knowledge Avatars for Training

Developing an excellent learning experience is not unlike developing a great movie. How does the relationship between students and their mentors affect learning: How do students stay motivated?

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Micro-Learning as a Workplace Learning Strategy

ID Reflections

A mentor giving feedback on a task done can be micro-learning unless it is an extended feedback session. I saw the movie Cinderella over the weekend which has this line: Just because it is done doesn’t mean it should be done. Can managers and mentors be taught to think in terms of micro-learning? The manager could wear a mentor’s hat and the conversation could revolve around 3~4 key questions with a time limit of 10~15 mins.

5 Onboarding Training Challenges and 5 Opportunities Today’s Workforce Faces

Obsidian Learning

Consider developing a virtual buddy system or a more formal mentoring program if your organization doesn’t have one already. You can invite colleagues to introduce themselves virtually in a way that best reflects your culture—a one-slide bio or maybe a silly home movie.

Micro-Learning as a Workplace Learning Strategy

Learnnovators

A mentor giving feedback on a task done can be micro-learning unless it is an extended feedback session. I saw the movie Cinderella over the weekend which has this line: Just because it is done doesn’t mean it should be done. Can managers and mentors be taught to think in terms of micro-learning? The manager could wear a mentor’s hat and the conversation could revolve around 3~4 key questions with a time limit of 10~15 mins.

MICRO-LEARNING AS A WORKPLACE LEARNING STRATEGY

Learnnovators

A mentor giving feedback on a task done can be micro-learning unless it is an extended feedback session. I saw the movie Cinderella over the weekend which has this line: Just because it is done doesn’t mean it should be done. Can managers and mentors be taught to think in terms of micro-learning? The manager could wear a mentor’s hat and the conversation could revolve around 3~4 key questions with a time limit of 10~15 mins.