2. Последипломное и корпоративное обучение. Управление знаниями.
i 5 Votes Kevin D. Jones and I are doing a session at Training 2010 titled Defining Your Social Learning Strategy . As prep for this, we’ve put together a comprehensive checklist of Social Learning Strategy topics that learning professionals and executives should consider when thinking through their objectives and plans. Here is a link to the doc, but if you would prefer to read it in-line, the full body of the doc is below.
This report entitled "Building a High-Quality Teaching Profession: Lessons from around the World" presents the best current evidence about what can make teacher-oriented reforms effective and points to examples of reforms that have produced specific results, show promise or illustrate imaginative ways of implementing change. Written by Andreas Schleicher and published in November 2011, the report contains four chapters. These cover recruitment and initial preparation of teachers; teacher development, support, careers and employment conditions; teacher evaluation and compensation; and teacher engagement in education reform. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
i 6 Votes I’m presenting a new deck tomorrow at a pretty big company. I’m not sure that I can name them so I’m going to err on the side of caution.
Feb 1-3 I will be presenting at the Training 2010 conference with Dave Wilkins ( @dwilkinsnh ). In preparation, we came up with a bunch of things that one would need to know when creating a social learning strategy. Each one could take a deep dive, but we wanted to make the list available. We hope this will help to spark some imagination and help you see, as you plan and implement, some areas you may have missed. ( Here is the list in document form. This work is under the Creative Commons Share Alike license. )
March 2, 2008 at 5:05 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 3 Comments Tags: e-learning strategy Things change quite quickly in my workplace – one of the things the L&D team are looking at is boosting our capabilities in the e-learning space. I mentioned a few posts ago that we purchased Lectora, this is part of our e-learning strategy. Below is an edited presentation that outlines where we are heading with our e-learning plans. We have a lot of work to do but the possibilities are huge and the benefits for the business exciting! So Lectora training is in a week’s time – we’re also about to launch a diversity initiative that has an associated website.
Те же немногие, кто действительно это делают, — делают это пока плохо и . А родители (читай ) тихо отмораживаются и, чтобы не создавать себе дополнительных проблем, делают вид, будто ничего не происходит. Правда, как и в голливудских сказках, бывают редкие исключения феерического подросткового любовного счастья (упор делаем на слове — «голливудских»). Бум «оценки эффективности обучения» В идеале обучение компании не должно стоить ничего! Это базовый эталон.
The goal of learning in the workplace is performance–individual and organizational. If we’ve learned nothing else in recent years, we’ve learned that learning is most effective when it is integrated with real work. Learning pundits encourage the this integration but don’t always offer practical strategies that busy learning professionals can to use to make it happen. How can we begin to truly reduce the number courses and catalogs in enterprise training and find ways to bring learning to the job? In a series of following posts I’ll share some practices and approaches that have worked for me. There is incredible variety in the business settings where we work, the jobs we support and the latitude we have to build our solutions.
In my last post I listed ten strategies for integrating learning with work. They are a combination of concepts and methods that build knowledge and bring learning into day to day activities and workflow. I discussed the first three strategies in Part 1 .
This post continues the Ten Strategies for Integrating Learning and Work series. Last post I discussed communities of practice and social media, two strategies focused on collaboration and networks where learning and knowledge are a natural byproduct. This post shifts focus to how structured problem solving and Action Learning approaches can intimately wed learning with working. I’ll discuss strategies 6 and 7 from the list. Each uses problems and work tasks as the subject matter for learning, reflection and behaviour change. 1.
Дистанционное обучение все чаще используется для развития персонала компаний. В России активная фаза его внедрения пришлась на 2006–2007 гг. В это время рынок автоматизированных систем предлагал интересные решения в данной области.
Прогресс или деградация. К чему ведет оцифровка знаний? Образовательной системой XXI века специалисты считают дистанционную форму обучения. Она получила интенсивное развитие во всем мире в виде различных форм: дистанционное заочное обучение, e-learning, модели смешанного обучения… В век технического прогресса, роста мобильности, доступности и скорости получения информации знания стареют каждые три-пять лет, тогда как их объем регулярно удваивается. Поэтому качество подготовки специалистов на рынке труда требует реформ в области форм преподавания. На данный момент выявлено, что усвоение информации с помощью информационных и коммуникационных технологий происходит на 40-60% быстрее, чем при использовании стандартных схем обучающего процесса, так как не затрачивается время на лишние операции.
Businesses talk about adapting to change quickly, but they don’t take advantage of it. When a practice is not producing results, it’s time to unlearn it. Organizations that don’t embrace new ways of operating and radically different approaches to corporate learning will not survive for three reasons: 1. We’re witnessing a dizzying rate of change. Business people are being overwhelmed by the pace of progress and the explosion of knowledge.
“ERP systems constantly change due to upgrades, additional features, or addition of new functionalities. In addition, knowledge leakage due to employee attrition can be as high as 25% in any given year. Consequently, ERP training is an ongoing business requirement and not a one-time event.” As if designing and deploying a comprehensive software training program isn’t challenging enough, creating such a program for an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation provides its own unique and additional problems.
Update on 01/04/2012: We have just published a free ebook for our readers. This ebook has all the skills mentioned below and many more facts about both the 21st century skills students and teachers need to have and not only teachers. Here is the ebook. Feel Free to download and share it The 21st Century Skills Teachers and Students Need to Have -
The new mantra, the next big thing, among educators who need a serious sounding phrase to rattle around in reports is ‘ 21 st Century Skills ’. I hear it often, almost always in some overlong, text-heavy, Powerpoint presentation at an educational conference, where collaboration, creativity and communication skills are in short supply. Thank god for wifi! But does this idee fixe bear scrutiny? In a nice piece of work by Stepahnie Otttenheijm, she asked (radical eh?) some youngsters what 21 st C skills they thought they’d need.
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