Technology Enabled Learning: Complementary Training Patterns

Your Training Edge

Can we think of enhancing their value through some training patterns, which compliment them in various aspects? In search of this question, I found some complementary training patterns that go hand in hand in e-learning design. With such complementary elements, the training patterns can surely be made unique. Both these practices don’t complement your training pattern. Color is one of the most important elements itself as a complementary training pattern.

Game Element: Pattern Recognition

Kapp Notes

Many games involve creating, identifying or predicting a pattern. Pattern recognition is the ability to recognize order in a chaos or to see relationships in disjointed information. Patterns can be found in concepts, ideas, and series of words, symbols, numbers, and images.

Technology Enabled Learning: Complimentary Training Patterns

Your Training Edge

Can we think of enhancing their value through some training patterns, which compliment them in various aspects? In search of this question, I found some complimentary training patterns that go hand in hand in e-learning design. Your training pattern must be consistent.

Changing Behavioral Patterns Through Education

Geenio

Fun fact: Whenever you perform the same task, or encounter the same situation a couple of times, your brain inevitably begins forming behavioral patterns specific for the situation or the task at hand.

-Describe and identify patterns in the

E-learning Uncovered

But these are not exclusively patterns of organization. As Hacker herself says, these patterns are sometimes called methods of development. Randall Decker uses the

Using Pattern Libraries for Accessible Elearning: Insights from CSUN 2018

The Learning Dispatch

He’ll introduce using pattern libraries for accessible elearning development, explaining how they can make your development process more efficient. . How Can Pattern Libraries Help Ensure Accessibility? We Build Pattern Libraries for Accessible Elearning Interactions.

Pattern-Based Writing

E-learning Uncovered

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Interesting Learning 2.0 Pattern

Tony Karrer

There's something really nice about this pattern Found via Brent - 23 Microlearning exercises (23 Things). It has 23 Tasks over a 9 week period that helped them get you up to speed on what Web 2.0 is all about. It's a great list and the nice thing is that they offerred a free iPod as a reward for getting it all done. What a great idea. It's a bit similar to what I had done in a learning experience that was a six week online course - see Collaborative Learning Using Web 2.0

Wikipatterns - A Pattern to Emulate

Tony Karrer

Found this via a post on EdTechPost: Wikipatterns It provides patterns for various roles and adoption patterns. What's great beyond just finding out about Wikis is the beauty of how the information is presented - as patterns. FAQs are a great tool, patterns applied like this is also a good tool

Blog Post Updates - Effective Pattern?

Tony Karrer

Is there another Effective Pattern ? As part of the Tools Set 2009 series, my first post was Browser Keyboard Shortcut Basics. I was a little surprised that this didn't come up as one of the more popular items recently when I did my Top 20 Posts for Q1 2009. Now I've got a couple of additional things to add to this information, and it raises a question that I often face: What do you do when you have an update to a prior post? I feel like each of my options have drawbacks: 1.

10 Patterns of Interaction: Implementing Social Learning Strategies in eLearning

eFront

Let’s look at some patterns of interaction. So what are the most common patterns of interaction in a live learning environment that can be recreated in the eLearning context? In the tutoring pattern of interaction, the expert and learner interact on a one-on-one basis.

Creating Digital Learning Content – 4 Useful InfoGraphic Presentation Patterns

CommLab India

This a widely used infographic presentation pattern, where “key” alphabets are used to draw the attention of learners. The presentation pattern can also be used to depict the wrong and right ways of doing something.

Patterns at Play – Fundamental to Games

Upside Learning

However, there were some individuals who went one step beyond – they immediately notice what most term as a ‘pattern’. Perhaps all games can be regarded as composed of patterns of play. Can you see the pattern in the Regifting game? Spoiler Alert : How did I find the pattern?

Collective intelligence patterns

Clark Quinn

In his presentation on The Landscape of Collective Intelligence, he comes up with four characteristics of design patterns (or genes, as he calls them): What (strategy), Who (staffing), How (structure & process), & Why (incentives/alignment). This is a really nice systematic breakdown into patterns tied to real examples. I had the good fortune to get to meet Tom Malone way back when he was working on what makes computer games fun (cited in my book ).

10 Patterns of Interaction: Implementing Social Learning Strategies in eLearning

eFront

Let’s look at some patterns of interaction. So what are the most common patterns of interaction in a live learning environment that can be recreated in the eLearning context? In the tutoring pattern of interaction, the expert and learner interact on a one-on-one basis.

International eLearning Usage Pattern Differences

Tony Karrer

While usage patterns vary quite significantly based on the individual and the content, I've seen similar general patterns. Saw CBT/WBT - who likes it ? where the author states: In Europe and USA many of our on-line students seem to take courses outside work hours. But they do it in short bursts of activity. In Asia (and particularly Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia) we note that students do much longer periods of study in one session, but mostly during work hours.

Informal learning patterns

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Learnscaping describes a dozen learning patterns, e.g. processes that organizations are using to improve performance through networked informal learning. patterns. His recent post, Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 , details two sorts of patterns for optimal enterprise 2.0

How to Mold Smarter Learners by Using Patterns

Vignettes Learning

Your morning routine is an excellent example of a pattern. A pattern is a repeated, recurrent behavior of a group or individual. But patterns are not limited to the things we do. There are also the patterns that we see around us and patterns we use to make sense of the world.

eLearning Manifesto: Can we break the multifaceted pattern of bad eLearning?

Coffee and Design

Michael points out that the problem is multifaceted and he wonders if we can we break this regrettable pattern that has such “deep roots?” While the pattern seen below is bad, the opportunity for learning is so wonderful.

Create Custom Art and Pattern Brushes in Illustrator Part 2

Adobe Captivate

Here, I’ll discuss some tools I use when creating my airplane “profile style” art. These are my techniques, and by no means the only way to get the job done. I hope these help you with your projects! Video illustrator

Create Custom Art and Pattern Brushes in Illustrator Part 1 of 2

Adobe Captivate

Here, I’ll discuss some tools I use when creating my airplane “profile style” art. These are my techniques, and by no means the only way to get the job done. I hope these help you with your projects! Video illustrator

Thoughts on Patterns and Writing on Medium

Mark Oehlert

So I wrote a post about patterns , something I actually think is very important. Now I have to decide if I'll use it more.that would be a pattern. I'm not breaking up with Typepad but I did want to try out Medium. I hope you enjoy the post but I also wanted to mention my thoughts about using Medium as a publishing platform. . First reaction - look to blank to me - where are all the WYSIWYG editor toolbars?

Thoughts on Patterns and Writing on Medium

Mark Oehlert

So I wrote a post about patterns , something I actually think is very important. Now I have to decide if I''ll use it more.that would be a pattern. I''m not breaking up with Typepad but I did want to try out Medium. I hope you enjoy the post but I also wanted to mention my thoughts about using Medium as a publishing platform. . First reaction - look to blank to me - where are all the WYSIWYG editor toolbars?

Wikis, Learning, Pattern Maker, & Ideas

Big Dog, Little Dog

Pattern Maker - Repper. A free-to-use pattern creator that turns your images into eye-catching designs. Control and Community: A Case Study of Enterprise Wiki Usage - Matthew Clarke in Boxes and arrows.

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Experiencing E-Learning » Patterns in Instructional Design Responses

Experiencing eLearning

Patterning, Layoffs, Corporate Culture, & Science

Big Dog, Little Dog

Meaning is made through patterning - Live Journal. Jeff Knight's video on instructional design. More Companies Are Cutting Labor Costs Without Layoffs - New York Times.

Looking for patterns in clouds

Jay Cross

Wordle creates beautiful word clouds from text, tags, or RSS feeds. This morning I pasted the URLs of fifteen blogs I frequent into Wordle just for the hell of it. Here's the result. Here's a larger pdf of the same image.

Pattern Recognition, Neoterics and moving on.

Mark Oehlert

Now I'm thinking about my fav passage from William Gibson, @GreatDismal, and his book Pattern Recognition : “We have no idea, now, of who or what the inhabitants of our future might be. Pattern recognition” . Between Neoterics and Pattern Recognition.we Like a lot of people, I read Anil Dash's " The Web We Lost " and I read Hugh MacLeod's corollary piece. I'm split on how I feel here.

A social interaction pattern language 2 of 2

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

A group is working to develop a pattern language for group process. A Pattern Language is an attempt to express the deeper wisdom of what brings aliveness within a particular field of human endeavor, through a set of interconnected expressions arising from that wisdom.

A social interaction pattern language 1 of 2

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Pattern Language ? That said, I’ve read Alexander’s A Timeless Way of Being and A Pattern Language twice.

Informal Learning Blog » Recognizing patterns

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

I see a pattern here.

The Learning Circuits

In this year's Brandon Hall awards , all of the winning simulations were sales simulations. Discuss

"Understanding individual human mobility patterns" (nature article)

Mark Oehlert

After correcting for differences in travel distances and the inherent anisotropy of each trajectory, the individual travel patterns collapse into a single spatial probability distribution, indicating that, despite the diversity of their travel history, humans follow simple reproducible patterns. This inherent similarity in travel patterns could impact all phenomena driven by human mobility, from epidemic prevention to emergency response, urban planning and agent-based modelling

SimWord of the Day: Higher Level Patterns/ Emergence

The Learning Circuits

When capturing what domain experts know/do for a simulation, one has to interview/watch for high level patterns. What are the patterns that they see play out time and time again, and what are the variations of that pattern? There are basic patterns, like bell curves. There are higher-level patterns, like people hiring other people that are similar to them, or the fact that new technology is always over-hyped.

CCK09: Connectivism and Constructivism

Experiencing eLearning

From a connectivist standpoint, the response to a huge amount of information isn’t to look at the individual pieces, but to look at the patterns. The human brain is designed to look for patterns, and that’s a big part of connectivist theory. Magnetix.

Internet Time Blog » Looking for patterns in clouds

Jay Cross

Cartoon: ‘We’re all about ‘no fear of failure,’ but this pattern of intentionally screwing up…’

Mindflash

Everyone’s afraid of something. Personally I’m afraid of snakes, heights, and poor writing (so you can imagine how I felt about Snakes on a Plane !). But failure has never bothered me much. In fact, I’m kind of a fan.