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For years the eLearning industry has categorized custom e-learning into three or more levels of interactivity.  The implication also being that that learning effectiveness increases with each higher level of interactivity. You don’t have to look hard to find them: > 4 Levels Of Interactivity...
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My son is in a graduate program in Medical Physics at the University of Toronto.  I sent him this recent article from the Atlantic on the concept of the flipped classroom (in higher education). The Post-Lecture Classroom: How Will Students Fare? He sent a thoughtful...
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I did a three part interview series recently with HRM Online introducing emerging approaches to learning.  You can probably guess what they are: Informal Learning Social Learning Mobile Learning Virtual Learning Gaming and Simulation Performance Support Part one introduces the new paths to learning at work....
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The language of employee engagement is growing in HR and training circles.  Engagement is being used both as an explicit goal and measure of successful interventions.  But what is the relationship between engagement and performance?  Can we assume that more engaged employees perform better?  Taking...
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We all make mistakes. We know better, but we follow old ways or accept cultural practices that don’t work. There are patterns that produce successful projects and those that lead to failure (see the project death march). I did a recent presentation on the classic...
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