Does Engagement Lead to Actual Learning? – Workshop Tip #244

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We often hear the word “engagement” when we talk about designing and delivering effective learning.  Within a learning context, engagement refers to the degree of attention, curiosity, interest, and passion that learners show when they are in the process of…

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Can you explain the “Fiscal Cliff Crisis” to an Eight-year old?

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The title of this article is a challenge to educators, designers, and developers on how to turn complex financial subjects into simple understandable lessons. Finance matters are very important in current real life situations as America continues to thread the tightrope…

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Are You Riding the Waves or the Ripples? Tracking Learning Trends

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Synthesis: The Thought/Action Wave and the Brain/Technology Wave are two particular learning principles that enable faster, cheaper and easier learning. The speed at which innovations propel these learning concepts are discussed here. __________________________________________________________________________ I am not a surfer. The closest…

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Instant and Rapid One-Minute Learning for mLearning and eLearning

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Synthesis: In a rapid, constantly-changing, technology-enabled work environment, which one works best – linear or random learning? How do we rethink or reformulate to make the linear content friendly to random learning?  How does this benefit instant learning for busy…

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Divergent Thinking – RSA Animation; Visualization of Stories

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You probably have seen this.  Sir Ken Robinson has a compelling message on rethinking learning, teaching and our educational institutions. RSA Animation did a fantastic job visualizing the ideas. Ray Jimenez, PhD Vignettes Learning. See more eLearning stories: Story Impacts…

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