33 Ways to Boost Your Career When You're Bored at Work. You’ve taken on new projects.
You’ve gone above and beyond. You’ve talked to your boss about additional responsibilities and gotten the old “definitely—once we have a position open / more budget / don’t need you to focus on X anymore.” Frankly, you’re bored with your job. And while sometimes, that’s a sign that you should hightail it out of there, others it’s a matter of keeping yourself moving forward (and not gouging your eyes out) until the next busy season, new client, or promotion comes along. Digital Learning Skills for the Networked Age (Online Workshop) Next public workshop runs Part A: 13 October – 7 November 2014 (4 weeks) Part B: 24 November – 19 December (4 weeks) In this fast moving age, it is no longer just about studying existing bodies of knowledge and acquiring existing skills in formal courses but adopting a new set of learning strategies to constantly discover new ideas, new thinking, new resources in order to stay up to date in your industry or profession.
Digital Learning Skills for the Networked Age (Online Workshop) Digital Learning Skills for the Networked Age. LearningaboutLearning.pdf. Publications - Research Matters - to the Science Teacher. Research Matters - to the Science Teacher No. 9802 March, 1998 Metacognitive Strategies To Help Students Learning How To LearnJoseph D.
Novak, Department of Education, Cornell University Introduction Strategies to help people learn go back to our educational origins. For example, Socrates developed the technique of Socratic questioning, where he sequentially asked questions to draw out the knowledge he believed was in the minds of all persons, slave or emperor. Metacognitive strategies include metalearning, or learning about meaningful learning, and metaknowledge, or learning about the nature of knowledge. Metaknowledge strategies help students to understand that concepts are constructed from perceived regularities in objects or events and that we use language or symbolic labels to designate these regularities. Metacognition.pdf. Book/chapter6.pdf. PKM in 40 Days. How do you make sense of all the data, information, and knowledge that passes by you each day?
How do you connect with other professionals outside your organization? How do you stay current in your field and ready for career changes? The discipline of PKM helps to develop four core work skills, identified by the Institute for the Future: sense-making; social intelligence; new media literacy; and cognitive load management.
The Personal Knowledge Mastery workshop, conducted over 40 days, comprises 18 activities (60–90 minutes each), spaced through six weeks, in addition to resources, links, and tips. Each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday a new assignment is posted in the online community space. This workshop has had hundreds of participants from around the world. See workshop outline below. The current workshop started on 11 April 2016 (registration closes Friday, 15 April) Registration: $(US)329 per person. Recommended Reading List. Here are some brief reviews of some books we've recommended that aim to support your 70:20:10 implementation journey.
We encourage members to share their insights into these books and any others that have helped shape their thinking and drive action. Don't forget to follow this post to receive updates with new books and comments from members. Full list: Informal Learning: Rediscovering the Natural Pathways That Inspire Innovation and Performance Jay Cross Most learning in the workplace is informal.
Jay Cross is one of the ‘fathers’ of modern workplace learning. “Formal learning is like riding a bus: the driver decides where the bus is going; the passengers are along for the ride. Ask what value you can add. Remember when someone older than you first got an email account?
They probably sent you at least one joke, and it was likely to a long list of recipients. Actually, they probably sent a lot of jokes. There is a similar phenomenon with social media. While it may not be jokes, we are inundated with over-sharing of the same stuff. First of all, there is a difference between sharing and making something public.
100 Life Goals list - Below Zero to Hero. In late 2004, just before I turned 30, I started a life goals list which later became the basis of this site.
My intention is to accomplish all my goals in ten years, just before I turn 40. I highly recommend making your own list. Besides the clarity and direction you will experience in the goal setting process, you are more likely to accomplish your goals if you make them public. Download my FREE ebook, Design Your Dream Year, to help you set and achieve those goals. Fitness Goals. Leadership to Freedom. One of the things I’ve learned about success from all the reading I’ve been doing is the importance of thinking big, setting goals, and programming your subconscious mind.
One of the ways I’m doing that is by creating a list of some of the accomplishments I plan on achieving, including some BIG ones. Napoleon Hill, in ‘Think and Grow Rich’ said “What the mind can conceive and believe it can achieve”. In the ‘The Magic of Thinking Big’ David Schwartz goes into the importance of having big goals, of constantly telling yourself that you can achieve them and that you will achieve them. He goes into the concept of having two different voices in your mind, the negative – which tells you why you can’t do something, and the positive, which will tell you how you can.
Tools and Products of Seek-Sense-Share. Do I need another online tool for work or learning?
I use or have used a little over half of the Top 100 Tools for Learning in 2014 compiled by Jane Hart. Becoming-a-social-learning-practitioner.pdf.