Editor’s note: It’s December so it is Online Educa and also the time of year to publish – and read – trends articles. Here is one for learning trends.
Editor’s note: Dan Pontefract looks at why CEOs need to rethink their approach to learning – or rather why they need to perceive it as learning rather tha training.
Editor’s note: Interesting resource shared by Charles Jennings on helping children become better learners.
Editor’s note: Provocative post from BP’s Nick Shackleton-Jones on where L&D is going wrong, and continues to go wrong.
Editor’s note: Thanks to Donald Taylor for sharing this link, which looks at three myths that you may not have heard talked about before. If you invest training time and money in someone will they take it and then leave?
Editor’s note: Useful run down of myths about memory and learning from Dr Piotr Wozniak. Thankyou to @rapidbi for sharing
Editor’s note: Great ideas for Steve Wheeler which could provoke some useful workplace learning ideas too.
Editor’s note: Thanks to @dsmith_tmaw for sharing this piece on how a teaching professor facilitates a discussion with students on how the group learns as a whole and how the reciprocal nature of learning might work.
Editor’s note: Today’s #chat2lrn Twitter chat is on motivating learners and this post provides some useful references and strategies.
Editor’s note: A great question and some useful insights from Cathy Moore.
Editor’s note: Provocative post by Nick Shackleton-Jones. How do you talk about the learning in the workplace?
Editor’s note: This piece gets under the ‘neuroscience noise’ and looks at what brain science is really telling us about how the brain works. Thanks to @clairewalshlcp for sharing.
Editor’s note: A look at what education, especially higher education could look like. The work at Quest University, Canada, looks compelling.
Editor’s note: Today’s #chat2lrn Twitter chat is on game-based learning. This article shares lots of useful links on the topic.
Editor’s note: Why we need to concentrate on hacking our superpower – our ability to learn.