Monthly Archives: September 2012

Global Competency

The world is demanding citizens and workers have the knowledge, skills and dispositions to act creatively and effectively on issues of global significance.  Corporate America is ignoring this issue because they don’t see that it is in their best interest … Continue reading

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Find Educational Resources via the Smithsonian

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SHOUT! is modeling some great online teaching methods

As I was checking out the Smithsonian website, I stumbled upon an environmental education site called ShoutLearning.org.  They emphasize cultural competency, global collaboration in an effort to take better care of the environment.  Here’s two things I think this site does … Continue reading

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Presentation Development Model

Jason Bickel is an educator with Rapid Intake.  This morning, Jason presented a eLearning webinar on how to deliver content on mobile devices.  One of the concepts he presented a model on how to develop mobile presentations.  There are four parts … Continue reading

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Education: Finnish Style

For Pasi Sahlberg, director of the Finnish Ministry of Education’s Center for International Mobility, Americans are consistently obsessed with certain questions: How can you keep track of students’ performance if you don’t test them constantly? How can you improve teaching … Continue reading

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Is Tin Can the Next SCORM?

Headline: ADL (the inventor and organization behind SCORM) is backing SCORM’s, Tin Can API. If none of those words mean anything to you, let me explain what Tin Canis and why it might possibly be the best learner-tracking option for your organization: Every … Continue reading

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The Truth about Telecommuting

The Truth about Telecommuting

Source: http://www.learndash.com/the-truth-about-telecommuting-infographic/?goback=%2Egde_2672881_member_164767753

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40 Free eLearning Books and Articles

Just follow the link: http://blog.efrontlearning.net/2010/11/free-e-learning-books.html Here are some of my favorites: Synchronous E-Learning offers a comprehensive and business-case-detailed introduction to the topic of live, online instruction.   98 Tips for Selecting and Working with e-Learning Service Providers is what you need to … Continue reading

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Michael Allen’s Book, Leaving ADDIE for SAM

Michael Allen’s recently released book, Leaving ADDIE for SAM, is evolutionary!  The fundamental instructional design concepts are the same as they’ve always been, but supported by tools/technology that accelerates communication and mockups, Allen has given the old ADDIE model a face lift.  SAM … Continue reading

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Don’t Discount the “B Players” in your Organization

Especially in times of recession, it is the company’s B Players who deserve executive attention. These supporting actors of the corporate world determine your company’s future performance far more than A players—volatile stars who may score the biggest revenues or clients, but … Continue reading

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