Tapping At My Cubicle (With Apologies to Poe)

Experiencing eLearning

Back in my Baltimore cubicle, I prepared for this pinnacle. Image credit : cc licensed flickr photo shared by J. Quoth the raven, “Nevermore.” ” Several years ago, I collected several e-learning horror stories for a now-inactive group blog. I took a bit of artistic license with this, but this is based on a true story shared by Jeff Goldman. Jeff’s was by far the best (or worst!) story people shared with me, and I’m grateful that he inspired me to this creativity.

#TwistedTropes 24: Maslow's awkward hierarchy

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Photo from Wikimedia Commons Everything was awkward about the famous psychologist Abraham Maslow.

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Just how far can they go?

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The Engagement Pyramid (Adapted from Altimeter Group) The pinnacle of engagement is clearly the ability to generate one''s own content and then add value to it for others. Photo by Brian Auer Just how far can they go?

Get it together

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It replaces evaluation as the pinnacle in this revised model, but many have wondered why Anderson and Krathwohl suggested it in the first place. Photo by Julia Frost Get it together by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Going the extra mile

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Maslow was interested in how people are motivated, and why they reach to achieve the pinnacle of human experience which he called self actualization. This is number 26 in my series on learning theories.

Theory 101

Going the extra mile

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Photo by Steve Wheeler This is number 26 in my series on learning theories. Maslow was interested in how people are motivated, and why they reach to achieve the pinnacle of human experience which he called self actualization.

My top ten tools

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Pinnacle Studio: This is a cheapy video editor. Photoshop Lightroom: I've just got this and now use it to manage and edit my photos. Jane Hart asked me to come up with a list of my top ten tools. Jane has already persuaded Jay Cross to do his (and very interesting it is too, see here ) and now it's my turn. Here goes: Office 07: Unlike many of my colleagues I have never been a Microsoft hater. I use Office so much that it has to be on the list.