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Awesome Chart on " Pedagogy Vs Andragogy " Adult learning is a vast area of educational research and probably one of the most complicated. Adults learn differently and have different strategies in learning. Adults Learning Theory and Principles explain in details these strategies and sheds more light on how adults cultivate knowledge. Talking about adult learning brings us to the concept of Andragogy. SIGNPOST: Workplace skills are learnt in classrooms A CLOSE relationship exists between the evolution of the classroom and that of the workplace. But it is not a pleasant relationship. Neither has evolved in more than 100 years. There are glowing exceptions: workplaces that are held up as models of motivational environments and classrooms that combine the best learning methods with the best teaching technology. But the vast majority reside somewhere in the 19th century. The significance of this relationship lies in the fact that the classroom prepares the student for the workplace.

What did Einstein know about Knowledge Management? Quite a lot, it appears! Here are my top ten favourite “Einstein on KM” quotes, which I have roughly curated into a journey from information to knowledge, through to learning and simplicity, experimentation, failure, curiosity and imagination… Information is not knowledge.The only source of knowledge is experience.Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler.If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.Knowledge of what is does not open the door directly to what should be.Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted, counts. Genius.

Three Places to Search for Free Online Courses The summer is a great time for us to learn new skills, refresh our memories on topic that we'll be teaching in the fall, and just satisfy intellectual curiosities. The boom in MOOC and other online course offerings means that we don't have to go far to find courses that meet our needs. Here are three places to find your next free, online course. Open Culture , which I've featured here many times, has a list of more than 700 free online courses .

Debunking the Genius Myth Picture a “genius” — you’ll probably conjure an image of an Einstein-like character, an older man in a rumpled suit, disorganized and distracted even as he, almost accidentally, stumbles upon his next “big idea.” In truth, the acclaimed scientist actually said, “It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” But the narrative around Einstein and a lot of accomplished geniuses — think Ben Franklin, the key and the bolt of lightning — tends to focus more on mind-blowing talent and less on the hard work behind the rise to success. A downside of the genius mythology results in many kids trudging through school believing that a great student is born, not made — lucky or unlucky, Einstein or Everyman. Harvard-educated tutors Hunter Maats and Katie O’Brien began to notice that this belief about being born smart was creating a lot of frustration for the kids they tutored, and sometimes unwittingly reinforced by their parents. Related

The Importance Of Mobile Learning In (And Out Of) The Classroom There has always been at least some sort of disconnect between how things are taught in a classroom and how things work in the ‘real world’. In some cases, the disconnect is very distinct (how many people took four years of high school language classes only to be able to barely introduce yourself in the language?). Many newer pedagogical models aim to be more practical (like Project Based Learning or Challenge Based Learning ). 7 Micro-eLearning Techniques to Improve Performance In this article, I will offer you an in-depth look at how you can integrate Micro-eLearning techniques into your eLearning course, in order to improve performance and provide your students or employees with the most beneficial eLearning course design. There are a variety of benefits associated with Micro-learning, particularly in eLearning environments. In essence, micro-eLearning offers students and employees the opportunity to more easily absorb and retain the information that is being offered, by making lessons and course activities more manageable and “digestible”.

How to Give a Killer Presentation A little more than a year ago, on a trip to Nairobi, Kenya, some colleagues and I met a 12-year-old Masai boy named Richard Turere, who told us a fascinating story. His family raises livestock on the edge of a vast national park, and one of the biggest challenges is protecting the animals from lions—especially at night. Richard had noticed that placing lamps in a field didn’t deter lion attacks, but when he walked the field with a torch, the lions stayed away. From a young age, he’d been interested in electronics, teaching himself by, for example, taking apart his parents’ radio. Adult Learning Methods and Technology Skip to main content Adult Learning Methods and Technology Adult Learning Guide This webpage is the result of a Northeast SARE Professional Development Grant. Seth Wilner received funding for this three-year program that focuses on teaching agricultural professionals effective adult education principles based on brain science and research.

Social Gaming for Learning: a practical exploration of #gamification The appeal of gaming has, it’s safe to say, not gone unnoticed by the wider world. Gamification and the use of game dynamics in learning design is one of the hottest topics on the board right now, despite the fact that my spell checker insists it isn’t real at all. Example of a Social Gaming approach, where the core event is surrounded by social inputs and social learning spaces One of my areas of interest is in social gaming, introducing both social learning elements and game dynamics to learning solutions, so in this article i want to introduce one such approach in the form of scaffolded simulations with a social learning backbone. I do this to illustrate some of the potential and some of the challenges, but also to give what i hope is a practical illustration of something that, with a little work, you could implement this year. What can it look like?

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