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designedlearnin
Digital learning architect. Authentic guide on all things e-learning. Technology advocate but with a sprinkling of cynicism about shiny new toys.
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designedlearnin Jul 11
There’s a lot in this post by but it’s worth the effort as there are some valuable insights into the effectiveness of various online learning activities.
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designedlearnin Jul 11
The Learning Scientists Blog
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designedlearnin Jul 4
Letter in response in an article on AI in
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designedlearnin Jul 3
Replying to @wesatkinsonuk
Scary!
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designedlearnin Jun 30
I just caught a brief snippet of Navratilova v Evert...at the time I was smitten by Chrissie😉
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designedlearnin Jun 30
Replying to @JuSummerhayes
Count me in!
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designedlearnin Jun 30
This also applies in e-learning - using the second person helps engagement
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designedlearnin Jun 27
Replying to @shackletonjones
I think that content gets used as a simple proxy for learning. In the workplace people need to be able to do things not know stuff....that’s where action mapping can really help turn the conversation round. A resource is still content in my book though.
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designedlearnin Jun 27
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designedlearnin Jun 25
Replying to @HR_Gem
Sometimes we just use it as a fancy proxy for being honest (with yourself as well as others) but for me as a consultant it’s about being truthful and realistic with clients and specifically not telling people what they want to hear (in as nice a way as possible)😊
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designedlearnin Jun 23
Replying to @DonnaleeAndCo
Exactly😉
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designedlearnin Jun 22
BBC News - TikTok makes moves into education market Now we have nanolearning
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designedlearnin Jun 17
Sounds like a great case study. I like 'innovative' approaches. :-)
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designedlearnin Jun 17
I'm really pleased that it worked...I was just exploring the concept...how did you measure the outcome?
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designedlearnin Jun 17
I made an assumption to play with the math... ;-)
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designedlearnin Jun 17
But it's truly fantastic that we are able to have this 'new normal' conversation about 'innovative' ways to design and deliver learning interventions. :-)
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designedlearnin Jun 17
Ultimately I think your concept is good...if the financials and the logistics are a bit hairy! Generally a shorter time frame works better in my view... normally do a 'course' over 4-6 weeks so there is some pressure to engage and complete.
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designedlearnin Jun 17
I think you probably were crazy....assuming one 45 minute workshop every two weeks that would equate to approximately 23 online workshops (assuming they were 'live' on Zoom or similar) - so a total of 17.25 hours which is about 3 days of usable time. Who was paying?
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designedlearnin Jun 17
The old normal goes online...
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designedlearnin Jun 17
Replying to @kategraham23
I’ve advocated a blended pathway approach for years but clients are wedded to putting people in a room for a day...even to teach people how to build online learning! 😉
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