70:20:10 Guide: Provide Structure to the 70%

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70:20:10 Guide: Provide Structure to the 70%
One of the biggest challenges of using the 70:20:10 framework is how to do it. Read Cindy Pascale, CEO of Vado, discussing the nature of this training model and how to improve your informal training program.
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What Is The Value Of Instructional Design?

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What Is The Value Of Instructional Design?
The role of the instructional designer is to take complex ideas and repackage them in a way they can be understood and remembered.
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Interview with Suzie Boss: All About PBL

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Interview with Suzie Boss: All About PBL
Suzie Boss, an expert in PBL, tells us about what project-based learning is, how it can benefit students and teachers, and shares tips for trying PBL.
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Putting Together the Perfect Portfolio

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Putting Together the Perfect Portfolio
The field of L&D is vast from Instructional Designers to Graphic Designers and Course Developers to Curriculum Developers but we have all one thing in common. Landing the perfect job or client! The first step is to narrow down your target audience and understand their demographics and expectations.
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Online Collaboration in E-learning: Tips and Tools - Fedena Blog

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Online Collaboration in E-learning: Tips and Tools - Fedena Blog
  All around the globe we are witnessing a transition towards collaborative learning. Our idea of collaborative learning arises from problem-based, case-based learning, team work, discussions, and other ways in which student is an active part in the learning process.…Read more ›
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The Power of eLearning Templates

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The Power of eLearning Templates
Creating online courses just got better with the many eLearning templates available for use. They make eLearning courses more dynamic and engaging for both the teacher and his students. Know more about the power of eLearning templates with this article from 360training
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The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning

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The Changing Face of Work and Workplace Learning
As working professionals and L&D personnel concerned with training and organizational learning, capability building and talent development, we cannot ignore the implications of this changing landscape.
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Item Development in Large-Scale Assessments

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Item Development in Large-Scale Assessments
This final post concludes Psychometrician Austin Fossey's series on item development in large-scale assessment. Content: Cover key processes in developing items, drafting items, reviewing items, editing items, and conducting an item analysis.

The goal: to fine-tune a set of items so that test developers have an item pool from which they can build forms for scored assessment while being confident about the quality, reliability, and validity of the items.
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