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Applying K-12 Strategies and Technology in Corporate Learning
DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo - October 31, 2014
Learning Experience Designer
Connect the Dots
A sea change in how children in K-12 learn is underway. Using a variety of strategies and technology, teachers are engaging students to a degree not seen in years, including flipped classrooms, genius hour, differentiated instruction, and project-based learning. While these methods may have academic origins, they have a place in corporate learning, too.
In this session participants will explore a case study where learning and the rate of knowledge transfer and skill building in an adult population was increased through the application of teaching strategies originally developed and used in K-12. You will discover how these methods and strategies can be implemented with minimal impact on your budget. You will examine ways to increase the social learning that is taking place. You will leave this session with a new set of tools to add to your design and development toolkit, and new strategies for doing more with less.
In this session, you will learn:
- To create learning activities on the cheap
- To design social learning into your online training
- To involve peers in an effective model for professional development
- About the third circle of training
Novice to advanced designers, developers, and project managers.
discussed in this session:
Flipped classrooms, eLearning.
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