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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning 22h
New Post! If Your Training Doesn’t Stick, You Need Microlearning
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 18
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 17
Replying to @MrKMaston @trishuhl
Souls lost to horribly designed compliance training.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 17
Replying to @trishuhl
Yes to all. If your job duties can be charted on a flow chart or decision tree, then automation is coming your way. Like the Eye of Sauron, the gaze is here and only the one’s who have adapted their skills will progress.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 17
Okay L&D researchers. Time to belly up to the bar. thought you would be interested in this not as a job but in general.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
Replying to @bschlenker
Do people need lessons on microlearning itself? No. That said, lessons are needed to help people learn to scale down curriculum( then decide on modality)to the smallest bit necessary to solve the problem at hand. No more, no less. This is harder than one thinks.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
Replying to @bschlenker
The line between and performance support is quite thin. I find the confusion comes from appropriate applicability. When is it performance support and when is it learning reinforcement?
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
Rebel on!
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
I completely agree! I wrote a long time about what it takes to be a learning rebel. This was the image I used. So glad to see I’m not the only one who believes this!
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
😂😂😂
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
LOL. Could be!
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
I would add, listen without emotion and without need to respond.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
OMG. So true. It’s like the plane is going to leave without them. I know it’s about overhead space, but don’t bring the kitchen sink with you.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
I thought it was on point! I may turn it into a check list, with proper credit if you don’t mind. I’m creating a training needs assessment worksheet(s) for a giveaway and your questions would be a nice add-on.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
It is. Perhaps that is something worth mentioning. How do we learn from failures? We all say we do, but how? Do we document the failure? Keep the lessons upfront in our brains.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
I’m with you Kate. My default question about anything I need to learn (after using the google machine) is ... Isn’t there a book out there I can read? LOL.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
Hi Krystyna! What habits do you have to support those wonderful traits?
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
^^^THIS! ^^^ This is exactly what allows us to grow and develop our skills as learning professionals. This is not the industry to be rigid in thinking. I am not the smartest person in the room. There’s always someone with a clever thought & idea.
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
Replying to @SimonBlairTrain
LOL! Perfect!
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Shannon Tipton #Microlearning Jun 16
It’s those very sorts of habits/skills that makes the difference between good and great. Taking note of what’s happening around you, what are ppl talking about, why is the conversation important? Skills not to be underestimated. 😉
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