Social Learning Truths | Socializing Workplace Learning

We hold these truths to be self-evident:

1. That learning is the individual’s right
2. That learning is also the individual’s responsibility, not that of a teacher or organization…

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Learnlets » Reconciling Formal and Informal

Reconciling Formal and Informal learning http://t.co/kV6vA4qc #elearning #sociallearning #education…

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Why We Shouldn’t Brand Instructional Designs | Socializing Workplace Learning

Learning is learning, whether an approach includes social, collaborative, instructor-led, or online components. But labels, I concede, can help describe an approach to peers and others who understand learning strategies, helping to quickly focus attention on the core techniques we used. The problem is we often use labels outside our industry. Whether it’s management or our intended audience, people outside our industry care very little what we call our programs.

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Nuts and Bolts: Selling It by Jane Bozarth : Learning Solutions Magazine

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What we find cool, others find intimidating. What we find useful, others find threatening. What we find magical, others find scary. And the very benefits we tout are sometimes exactly what others fear…

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The corridor of uncertainty: Face-to-face meetings – think first

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…students…will question the need to attend classes that don’t provide added value. They can already access information, link up with experts around the world, form their own learning groups and collaborate so we’re going to need to sell the added value of classroom time in the near future. We need to start reviewing what the role of campus really is and make sure that class time is indeed unmissable.

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What is learning? (Adelaida’s LogBook)

Observational (Social) Learning; Constructivist Theory (J. Bruner); Social Development Theory (L. Vygotsky)

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Revising Maslow’s Hierarchy for a Socially-Connected World

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Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is a significant and broadly applied cultural rule of thumb. While memorable, this model undervalues the role of social connection.

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Anne’s Spot: My own serendipitous opportunities

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An amazing share, spotted by Harold Jarche. Strong implications for amplifying signal buried in the noise (HT @hjarche for amplifying this signal)

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The 3 People That Stand In Your Way Of Business Success (and How To Push Them Aside) | TerryStarbucker.com

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For every person that can help on your way to success, there are more that do just the opposite.

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