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Learning Trends

Learning Trends

This room is pulling together tidbits from the Learning Trends and Innovations 2008 online conference.
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Must reads from July 2014 http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/blog...
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lovely example of tangible experience design via @moehlert: http://blogoehlert.typepad.com/eclippi...
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a simple model with lots of implications, PKM ala @hjarche: http://www.jarche.com/2014...
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Thanks for another wise and witty #lrnchat to all new and returning participants!
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RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It's that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?
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a6) talk the value, and don’t ignore intangibles. Customer satisfaction ties to integrity, commitment, etc. #lrnchat
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RT @JD_Dillon: A6) Do your homework, disagree with solid facts/data, and be consistent. You still may be fired, but then it's not you. #lrnchat
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RT @willconstantine: @Quinnovator @aaronesilvers that's crazy! #lrnchat #LearnHaus < been called worse ;)
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a6) make the discussion about values and goals. #lrnchat
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a5) believe there are things that are consonant with a successful society on a finite planet, won’t do what’s in conflict #lrnchat
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a5) channeling @stipton: integrity, honesty, ethics. #lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q5) What professional principles will you just NOT compromise on in your work? #lrnchat
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a4) start from values & outcomes, work for common ground, not differences #lrnchat
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RT @jyoti__gupta: a1) try to make evidence based decisions -- #lrnchat Sorry I'm late. < works for a3, too!
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RT @stipton: A3) Tho there are certain things one cannot compromise on, Ethics, integrity, honesty etc. Don't lie, steal, or cheat. #lrnchat
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a4) and the cliche’ but nonetheless relevant “agree to disagree” #lrnchat
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a4) truly believe, however, that we share meaningful values, find those and work from there #lrnchat
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a4) only compromise within your range of acceptability. If the intersection is null, so is the deal #lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q4) When your principles conflict with another's, how/where do you compromise? #lrnchat
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a2) had a boss who said “life’s too short to work with <unpleasant people>”. Yep. #lrnchat
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RT @stipton: A3) I have to be able to look myself in the mirror each morning and know that I'm doing right by the learner and by the business. #lrnchat
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a3) the only person you are guaranteed to have to wake up with is yourself. Make that person someone you *want* to wake up with #lrnchat
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a3) live your values. (aka be true to yourself :) #lrnchat
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RT @AllisonAnderson: A3) But compromise is the art of balancing multiple needs, and that in itself is also rewarding. #lrnchat
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a3) back to core values: what can live with other people seeing? If living publicly (#showyourwork), have to consider consequences #lrnchat
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a3) has crossed my path. And generally when I got kinda persnickety about the details, the situation evaporated (happily) #lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q3) Have you ever been asked to compromise them? How did you adjust or hold to them? #lrnchat
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RT @DanHirtEsq: @Quinnovator But the Status Quo is how we've ALWAYS done things! #Lrnchat < :) and keep screwing it up!
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a2) being a professional. Reflective practioner. Responsibility. What have you… #lrnchat
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RT @DanHirtEsq: a2) Reviewing my mistakes & learning from others. #Lrnchat < what he said
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