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Curation, as a Pedagogical Tool To Embolden Critical Thinking in Education

Curation, as a Pedagogical Tool To Embolden Critical Thinking in Education | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Exploring Curation as a core competency in digital and media literacy education

Via Robin Good, Diane Kashin, Devrim Ozdemir, Ph. D., Lori Cheezem
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Right, this is a topic I've been thinking and working with a lot lately. The authors discuss this as a tool for secondary school (mostly), but the principles apply equally to adult learners and collaboration, learning communities and communities of practice.

 

The reference list is also a valuable resource. More to add to my reading list...

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COMMENT :)
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WOAH flash back from last year thanks Dannielle :P
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WOAH flash back from last year thanks Dannielle :P
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Let the Learner Experience Drive Design

Let the Learner Experience Drive Design | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
By Eric Hudson, Dean of Instruction The other day, I came across this photo on Twitter: The photo comes from a Pinterest page, “UX Design Explained,” dedicated to best practices in product and web ...
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"No matter how you design a learning experience, the key is to demonstrate empathy for the learner, to understand what it is like for a [learner] to interpret your goals, your instructions, and your meaning."

Absolutely right!

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Research for Practitioners: Are There Basic Principles Across All Instructional Design Models? by Angela van Barneveld : Learning Solutions Magazine

Research for Practitioners: Are There Basic Principles Across All Instructional Design Models? by Angela  van Barneveld : Learning Solutions Magazine | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
RT @nicole_legault: Research: Are There Basic Principles Across All Instructional Design Models? http://t.co/AnL7ELr337 #elearning #instruc…
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A nice distillation of the heart of any learning endeavor. As my colleague Sarah always used to say: It's not rocket science!

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The Next Generation of Corporate Learning: Building an Adaptive Learning Organization

The Next Generation of Corporate Learning: Building an Adaptive Learning Organization | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
At its best, corporate learning can help business leaders acquire new knowledge, skills and tools within a “safe zone” that enables effective adaptation and experimentation.
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This jives with a lot of what I've reading and thinking about lately. I draw your attention to the last section in particular: "Empower self-driven learning."

 

"...expectation for self-propelled learning experiences, as well as providing a variety of educational paths and offerings through personalized technology, engaging communications and success stories."

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The Manifesto

The Manifesto | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
We believe that learning technology offers the possibility for creating uniquely valuable learning experiences. We also believe, with a sense of sadness and profound frustration, that most elearnin...
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Four major-leaguers  in the e-learning industry rolled out the "Serious eLearning Manifesto" today. I hope this will prove to be a valuable instrument. Time will tell, but I like what I read here. Check it out.

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Ricochet Partners's curator insight, March 14, 5:38 PM

Four major players in our industry have penned this manifesto.  It's worth a read.

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Webbie Winners: Are IDs and e-learning folks keeping up?

Webbie Winners: Are IDs and e-learning folks keeping up? | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
I had the good fortune to squeeze out 45 minutes to breeze over the latest Webbie Award 2013 winners. It was not nearly enough. However, as is my habit, I diligently clipped the winners or nominees...
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Why you should add video to your teaching | The Edynco blog

Why you should add video to your teaching | The Edynco blog | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Why you should add video to your teaching http://t.co/K46M2ZRdXK via @EdyncoTeam
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Video is a great way to enhance, amplify and enrich learning. Simple productions and thoughtful video curation are within the reach of most of us, so let's use it.

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Anthropology and ID: Design for people and the culture they work in

Anthropology and ID: Design for people and the culture they work in | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
I’m not the first to see the strong ties between instructional design and social–ethnographic anthropology. But, a commercial application that evolved out of the marketing and advertising industrie...
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Another in the occasional "shameless self-promotion bucket." Here is my post about throwing a little anthropology into your next learning project. Would love to hear what you think.

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How-to Become a Master Instructional Designer

Thoughts about instructional design. Instructional design is a profession that is getting a rebirth due to the internet; this leaves many trying to get a car...

Via Paulo Castro
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Not breaking any new ground here, but solid advice for those looking to begin their careers in ID, or thinking about how to deepen their skills. In short: Less talk, more action. Create, solicit feedback, iterate, improve. Being a "master" means constant learning and growing.

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MOOCs: The Adult Learning Renaissance | Envisioning Online ...

More and more it is becoming evident that the impact MOOCs will have is on adult (lifelong) learners and not on your typical undergraduate. I am currently participating in Kathy Davidson's wonderful MOOC entitled, “History ...
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Great insight on MOOCS and adult learning. Check it out.

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Effective Performance with A.G.I.L.E. Instructional Design by Jennifer Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine

Effective Performance with A.G.I.L.E. Instructional Design by Jennifer  Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
#eLearning Effective Performance with A.G.I.L.E. Instructional Design - by Jennifer Neibert http://t.co/l4RWNcabJE via @eLearningGuild
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A very thoughtful piece on how AGILE and PSS (Performance Support Systems) play out at an enterprise level.

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It's Not eLearning On A Phone: The eLearning Coach: Instructional Design and eLearning

It's Not eLearning On A Phone: The eLearning Coach: Instructional Design and eLearning | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Yet another outstanding article from Connie Malamed : RT @elearningcoach: mLearning Is Not eLearning On A Phone > http://t.co/wS5UnsZO...

Via Helen Farley, Mark E. Deschaine, PhD
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Mobile learning is not "eLearning light" but it's own construction. Nice discussion here.

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A Framework for Using Content Curation in a Lea...

A Framework for Using Content Curation in a Lea... | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
A framework for using Curation in a learning organisation (Curating = learn from each other RT @RobinGood A Framework for Using Content #Curation in a #Learning Organization http://t.co/Ypbk2t1RQ6)...
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A very thoughtful and interesting article about learning through curation, a topic I'm very interested in.

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Resources for Developing Online Interaction

Resources for Developing Online Interaction | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
This page features a collection of carefully selected resources specific to fostering interaction and building a community of learning—targeted to educators seeking skill development for creating m...
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Some good references and ideas here.

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Moving social learning from tadpoles to guppies: First the bucket, then the pool

Moving social learning from tadpoles to guppies: First the bucket, then the pool | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
I saw a great quote from a presentation by Jane Hart the other day, via a tweet by Tracy Parish (@Tracy_Parish): “You can’t train people to be social, only show them what it is like to be social.” ...
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A new post about ideas to lift a nascent social learning effort into harder to reach corners of an organization.

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Theory of Online Learning - ETEC 510

Theory of Online Learning - ETEC 510 | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it

In theory, online learning is "largely student-centred requiring personal engagement, high level of authorship, peer review and mediation. Teachers act as mediators and facilitators in a somewhat shared role in an environment that is based on

~ i) Knowledge Building/construction, through critical inquiry;

~ ii)Collaborative Learning and problem solving involving discussion, clarification and debate; and

~ iii) a knowledge forum that is open and decentralized but also directed at times.

 

Persons interact with the same content at different times and locations (distance) and are able to track thoughts or ideas and how they develop and change, based on what/ why that change was made.

 

Tasks need to be open enough to facilitate personal constructive engagement; provide a narrative vs propositional support structure; and place the locus of control in the hands of the user. Learners thus become more intrinsically motivated, indepenent and critical thinkers.


Via Sue Hellman2
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While it is a little hard to digest quickly (and looks an awful lot like a kabbalah depiction), this started to make good sense after a while.

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Linear vs Non-linear learning design | The Edynco blog

Linear vs Non-linear learning design | The Edynco blog | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Linear vs Non-linear learning design http://t.co/fph8l8Rkid #edtech #edtechchat #blendedlearning #flipclass #flipclassuk
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This is an interesting take on the advantages on learner-directed ID (non-linear).

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14 E-Learning statistics you need to know for 2014

We all know that the E-Learning landscape is rapidly changing. With so much information available, staying up-to-date with the latest information and statist...
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Some stats for your e-learning/training budget arsenal.

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Metacognition And Learning: Strategies For Instructional Design

Metacognition And Learning: Strategies For Instructional Design | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Many adult learners don't know how to look inward to examine how they learn and to judge what is effective. Metacognitive strategies can help.
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Another thoughtfully presented topic from Connie Malamed. She has a way of taking potentially difficult subjects and suggesting easy steps to put them into action. If you are not following her blog, you may want to consider it.

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Elements of Learning Experience Design — Corporate Learning — Medium

Elements of Learning Experience Design — Corporate Learning — Medium | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
The process of designing any sort of human experience, regardless of purpose or platform, is centered around reaching a desired outcome…
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A thoughtful shift in approach to e-learning or training... but it is still ID!

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Nice: a free e-book on applying science of learning in Education

Nice: a free e-book on applying science of learning in Education | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
When a book is giving an overview of what we know on learning that’s good. If it’s written with nonexperts as target, than it’s great. When that book is been giving away for free, than it’s pretty much fantastic news.
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I just came across this free publication, so I have not yet had time to read any of the chapters carefully. At first blush, some chapters look engaging and applicable to adult/workplace learning. And, the price is right!

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Beyond the Course: The Learning Flow – a new framework for the social learning era

Beyond the Course: The Learning Flow – a new framework for the social learning era | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Learning is a process not an event. Learning is a destination not a journey.
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This is an idea deserving more thought and exploration.

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Interactive: Gagne's Nine Events of Instruction

An interactive way to explore Gagne's Nine Events of Instructions!
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Nothing ground-breaking here, but a nice presentation of Gagne.

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JEAMMY SIERRA's curator insight, March 13, 1:46 PM

Uno más  de los tres trabajos en E-learning  según Waterhouse (2005) que revisten de importancia:

 

1) Siete Principios de Gamson para  la buena práctica en la educación 2) La Taxonomía de Bloom

3) Nueve eventos de Instrucción de Gagnes.

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Nuts and Bolts: Happy New Year 2014 by Jane Bozarth : Learning Solutions Magazine

Nuts and Bolts: Happy New Year 2014 by Jane  Bozarth : Learning Solutions Magazine | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Think about the nuts and bolts of instructional design http://t.co/k98X9fozpe #elearning #assessment #training #instruction @JaneBozarth
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Thanks, Jane!

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MOOCs Come of Age - T+D

MOOCs Come of Age - T+D | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
MOOCs Come of Age
T+D
... when they wish, and complete the course at their desired pace.
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I'm still holding back final judgement, but this is nutritional food for MOOC thought.

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Instructional Design Team | Visualization

Instructional Design Team | Visualization | Training, Learning and Instructional Design | Scoop.it
Delivery of course content with infographics. Download: TT-Infographic. If an image is worth a thousand words, let's get those images into our courses! How do I start? Think about the content you want to delivery visually.
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I was all hot-and-bothered by infographics a couple of years ago, but with the rise of great tools for the masses came a lot of (predictably) bad inforgraphics. Here are some good pointers on how to think about infographics, and how to keep them simple.

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