Social learning employs things like peer feedback and review, ranking and awards to engage students in the material and learning process. It’s been making the rounds in many elementary and high school classrooms, but can you incorporate it into your online training too?
Today, while we are in the midst of designing our first performance support mobile app for our employees (as part of our internal app store), we set out on a quick journey to revisit our most precious resources on informal & social learning in order to see how to integrate these learning approaches into our solution to leverage the power that they offer. Read on...
In the Singaporean culture where individuals in a group do not automatically collaborate and act as a group, we found the RCKI model practically useful by providing a structured process for collaborative activities and critical thinking.
There are ways in which to use online assessment in regulatory compliance: Testing out of training, understanding what your workforce knows while helping them retain critical information, reduce human error and preserve your reputation-- Assessment thought leader John Kleeman breaks it down with links to his SAP articles in this blog post: http://bit.ly/1osGJSs
March 12th 2014 marked the 25th birthday of the World Wide Web. Over these last 25 years, we have seen huge technological growth that affects every individual and organisation in society. The way that we communicate and convey information has totally changed. As a result, the ways in which we learn have also changed.
In this post, we consider how engaging and stimulating learning content must incorporate informal social learning and embrace the technologies which assist it.
We, like many out there, are of the view that, though most learning designers possess good levels of skills around the traditional training (formal learning) area, their skill levels fall short around the informal or social learning areas. Read on...