Professor Karen Pine shared her three behaviour change principles at today’s Meaning Conference. 1 Learn…
Editor’s note: Review of David Mallon’s session at Learning Live in which he talked through Bersin & Associate’s research into what makes a high-impact learning culture.
Editor’s note: A short article introducing Paul Harris’s book Trusting What You’re Told: How Children Learn from Others. ‘Children recognize early on that other people are an excellent source of information. And so they ask questions. But youngsters are also remarkably discriminating as they weigh the responses they elicit,’ says Harris.
Editor’s note: The first in a series of research reports from the Elearning Guild looks at the impact of informal learning, definitions of informal learning and how best to support it.
Editor’s note: The information we learn or remember is processed in the brain through nerve impulses. Researchers have shown how the brain ensures the right impulses get through to neurons.
Editor’s note: A look at learning models that assign responsibility to the learner and how these principles can be applied to online learning.
Editor’s note: This learning infographic explains what learning data is, how it can be used, limitations, costs, why it is not widely adopted and how analytics will affect the future of learning.
Editor’s note: As well as being interesting in its own right, this school project and its use of technology plus its ‘learn, create, share’ approach to learning provides a glimpse into the future for L&D. If this is how five and six year olds learn now, what will the future of workplace learning look like?
Editor’s note: A heads up on an interesting series of debates on the future of education which started on BBC Radio 4 last night. Be sure to tune in to hear what leading thinkers see as the way forward for our schools and our children.
Editor’s note: Marc Rosenberg provides a short analysis of where performance support has come from and where it is now. This is a hot area for L&D as the focus shifts from training to helping colleagues as they perform their day-to-day tasks.
Editor’s note: In this post, Jane Hart, founder of the Social Learning Centre, maps out what a learning community manager does, and could do, and why organisations should be looking to evolve the more traditional role of the training manager.
Editor’s note: A great piece from David DiSalvo on some of the basic elements that help us learn and ultimately become wise. Now look at workplace learning through this filter and what do you see?