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9 Reasons Why Projects Fail | Nine Plus

9 Reasons Why Projects Fail | Nine Plus | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

9 Reasons Why Projects Fail http://t.co/NuMLKJ4l #projectmanagement #managingpeople #collaboration #agile...


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The 10 Most Misleading Social Media Metrics in the World

The 10 Most Misleading Social Media Metrics in the World | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
Numbers. You want them. I want them. We all want them. But there is a big problem with all these social media numbers that are soooo important to the success of your business—many don’t mean squat.

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Le temps long de l'apprentissage et du changement

Le temps long de l'apprentissage et du changement | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

Vous êtes le dirigeant d’une entreprise renommée. Vous êtes préoccupé par la performance et la compétitivité de celle-ci face à la concurrence (mondiale). Toujours au gout du jour et innovant, vous avez décidé de transformer votre service formation en « Academy » et de mettre en place un réseau social d’entreprise, suivant ainsi à la lettre les préconisations d’un consultant externe réputé.

Mais un an après, vous ne voyez pas apparaître le bénéfice attendu...


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Pas de social learning sans évolution culturelle

Pas de social learning sans évolution culturelle | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
Face au besoin impératif d’innovation, désormais reconnu comme gage essentiel de compétitivité, les entreprises semblent enfin s’intéresser à ce qui de tout temps, a pourtant été leur première richesse : le potentiel de leurs salariés.

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Students Cite YouTube, Google, Wikipedia the Most [INFOGRAPHIC]

Students Cite YouTube, Google, Wikipedia the Most [INFOGRAPHIC] | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
When doing homework, many students turn to the same websites as they do when they're surfing the web.

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Réseaux de Compétences : de l'Analyse des Réseaux Sociaux à l'Analyse Prédictive de Connaissances

Réseaux de Compétences : de l'Analyse des Réseaux Sociaux à l'Analyse Prédictive de Connaissances | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

En 1977, Freeman formalisait les premières mesures génériques d'Analyse de Réseaux Sociaux (ARS). Puis, les réseaux sociaux du Web ' 2.0 ' sont devenus planétaires (e.g., FaceBook, MSN).


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Adulthood: What the Brain Says About Maturity - By Laurence Steinberg

Adulthood: What the Brain Says About Maturity - By Laurence Steinberg | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

If science influenced laws, teenagers wouldn't be allowed to drive before they could see R-rated movies on their own, or go to war before they can buy beer. "Neuroscientists now know that brain maturation continues far later into development than had been believed previously. Significant changes in brain anatomy and activity are still taking place during young adulthood, especially in prefrontal regions that are important for planning ahead, anticipating the future consequences of one’s decisions, controlling impulses, and comparing risk and reward. Indeed, some brain regions and systems do not reach full maturity until the early or mid-20s. Should this new knowledge prompt us to rethink where we draw legal boundaries between minors and adults? Alas, age boundaries are drawn for mainly political reasons, not scientific ones."


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Mobile Learning Links | Upside Learning Blog

Mobile Learning Links | Upside Learning Blog | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
Mobile learning is in the air, almost everyone realizes the potential, and some companies are now taking tentative first steps.

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How People Really View Workplace Learning | Mindflash

How People Really View Workplace Learning | Mindflash | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
Only 14 percent think that company training is an essential way for them to learn in the workplace. That was one of the findings of my recent anonymous survey on how people learn best in the workplace, and even I was ...

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Five rules for the evolution of cooperation

Nowak addresses the interesting question of how cooperation might have evolved and persisted in an evolutionary process apparently dominated by competition -- Howard

 

"Cooperation is needed for evolution to construct new levels of organization. The emergence of genomes, cells, multi-cellular organisms, social insects and human society are all based on cooperation. Cooperation means that selfish replicators forgo some of their reproductive potential to help one another. But natural selection implies competition and therefore opposes cooperation unless a specific mechanism is at work. Here I discuss five mechanisms for the evolution of cooperation: kin selection, direct reciprocity, indirect reciprocity, network reciprocity and group selection. For each mechanism, a simple rule is derived which specifies whether natural selection can lead to cooperation."


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Blog: Rethinking Technology Training for the 21st Century « The ...

Blog: Rethinking Technology Training for the 21st Century « The ... | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

We need to move beyond this and refocus on the user and how digital technologies can can enable a greater and deeper engagement between the learner and the education provider right across the learning journey.


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Playing the Role of MOOC Skeptic: 7 Concerns | Inside Higher Ed

Playing the Role of MOOC Skeptic:  7 Concerns | Inside Higher Ed | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

Joshua Kim's Key points

1. Education Requires Dialogue:

2. Authentic Learning Does Not Scale:

3. More Inputs, Not Less, Equates to Better Educational Quality:

4. MOOCs Come With Opportunity Costs:

5. MOOCs Should Align with Strategic Goals:

6. The Danger Of MOOCs as a Money Saving Substitute:

7. Be Cautious about Commercial Partners:

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How to run a virtual classroom - Five ways to make virtual classroom events come to life.

#HowTo run a virtual class http://t.co/dITKGu5W via @trainingzone - I dislike #3, I find 'trainer cam' is distracting, swap w demo.

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How to train your mind to remember anything - CNN.com

How to train your mind to remember anything - CNN.com | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

Joshua Foer says remembering vast amounts of information is a skill you can teach yourself..."Over the last few millennia, we've invented a series of technologies -- from the alphabet to the printed book to the photograph to the iPhone -- that have made it easier and easier for us to externalize our memories and essentially outsource this fundamental human capacity.
These technologies have made our modern world possible, but they've also changed us. They've changed us culturally, and I would argue that they've changed us cognitively. Having little need to remember anymore, it sometimes seems as if we've forgotten how."


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Brains’ Social Network Formula Dates Back 450 Million Years | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network

Brains’ Social Network Formula Dates Back 450 Million Years | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
Newts aren't doing a lot of Facebook friending, and last time I checked, the cormorant had not updated its relationship status. But a new neural analysis ...

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brain_basics_know_your_brain.pdf

Simple explanation of the brain and its functioning, written for teens.


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The Learning Style Neuromyth

The Learning Style Neuromyth | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

Neuromyth: There is a visual, auditive and a haptic type of learning...The type of learner theory states that learning occurs through different channels of perception. Under consideration of the right channel of perception, the individual learning efficacy can be improved. This theory dates back to Frederic Vester , who distinguished an auditive, a visual/optic, a haptic and an intellectual type of learner. According to Vester, the type of learner is biologically determined and can be characterized by the predominant use of one channel of perception: The auditive type of learner learns by using the ears, the optic type of learner by using the eyes, the haptic type of learner through usage of the skin (i.e. by touching), while the intellectual type of learner learns in a more abstract way: through understanding itself.  They are e.g. paying close attention which student uses which channel of perception in order to provide the student with the best-fitted input. This shows good will. However, even though this theory is quite plausible for laymen, experts do not accept this theory and its application in the classroom


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Bionic Brains and Beyond

Bionic Brains and Beyond | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

Our 'superabled' future. New technologies like neural implants are about to make themselves at home under our skin—creating new life for the disabled and elderly, and ethical challenges for everyone else. High-tech implants will soon be commonplace enhancements under our skin and inside our skulls, making us stronger and smarter. 


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Andragogy na pagina de Teorias sobre Design Instrucional

Andragogy na pagina de Teorias sobre Design Instrucional | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
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Digital Futures: Innovations in Mobile Learning -Steve Wheeler on slideshare

A presentation to Sheffield Hallam University on...

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Learning & Development: Myths About Hard and Soft Skills in the ...

Learning & Development: Myths About Hard and Soft Skills in the ... | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
A tad off-topic from our usual ERP, technology and software focus, but worth sharing: a recent article by author M.S. Rao on “Myths and Truths About Soft Skills” and how they affect learning and development in the workplace.

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Jack and the Magic Beans: The Importance of Workplace Training for

Jack and the Magic Beans: The Importance of Workplace Training for | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
A study by Olivero, Bane and Kopelman (1997) found that a classroom training exercise results in 22.8% improvement in performance. If that classroom exercise is matched with effective, solutions-focused coaching and ...

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Red Social 'Sociedad y Tecnología': APRENDIZAJE ORIENTADO A PROYECTOS, PBL, POL

Red Social 'Sociedad y Tecnología': APRENDIZAJE ORIENTADO A PROYECTOS, PBL, POL | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it

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elearn Magazine: A Practitioner's Dilemma: How can I calculate the value of communities of practice?

elearn Magazine: A Practitioner's Dilemma: How can I calculate the value of communities of practice? | Aprendizagem de Adultos | Scoop.it
On these pages of eLearn Magazine, many authors have written about the challenges of calculating the return on investment in technology and human capital development. For example, Dan Kossman suggest...

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RSA Animate - How Our Natural Empathy Could Save Our Planet

Empathy. Mirror neurons. Bestselling author, political adviser and social and ethical prophet Jeremy Rifkin investigates the evolution of empathy and the profound ways that it has shaped our development and our society.
How thanks to empathy we could save our fellow humans and our planet. (RSA Animate Video)


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