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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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aWrap) Clark Quinn, advocating we #revolutionizeLnD http://RevolutionizeLnD.com, hope to see you at DevLearn #lrnchat
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aWrap) thanks to new and returning participants for another wise and witty #lrnchat!
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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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a5) sometimes forgetting might lead to serendipitous untried alternate #lrnchat
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RT @LnDDave: A5) forgetting can be useful when you need to break a habit. #lrnchat < maybe not forget but over learn on top of
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a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
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RT @ryantracey: I forgot the question. #lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
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RT @breecouch_: @Quinnovator same with video games. I bet I could pick up the original Mario game today and run through it perfectly after 15+ years.
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a4) how many of you remember stupid ad jingles owing to repetition, despite mute button, etc? #marketing #lrnchat
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a4) associations between patterns can only be strengthened so much in any one day, need sleep before can strengthen further #lrnchat
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a4) it’s based upon our neural architecture: the links between neurons can only be strengthened so much in any one day #lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
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RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Focus on application, not facts #lrnchat < yes
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RT @trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a "course." #lrnchat
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RT @lodtrain: Q3) Remember = supporting materials, forgetting = train once no support #lrnchat
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a3) use SERIOUS (e)Learning (#elearningmanifesto; http://elearningmanifesto.org) #lrnchat
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a3) make meaningful, provide repeated spaced practice, anticipate misconceptions, provide feedback, maintain engagement #lrnchat
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a3) externalize memory when possible (‘in the world’), make meaningful (and spaced) processing when not #lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
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RT @JustStormy: a2) my working memory only has so much real estate. wish i could buy more #lrnchat < chunking means more real estate
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RT @ryantracey: A2) I try not to learn everything in one hit, if I can avoid it. #lrnchat < that
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a2) diagram, reprhrase, revisit, mindmap, mentally simulate, look for links, abstract the model, … #lrnchat
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a2) take a note, snap a pic, make an audio note, bookmark/tweet a link, email self a message, make a reminder, put in calendar … #lrnchat
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a2) externalizing: notes, diagrams, photos, links, etc. Processing: reactivating, recontextualizing, reapplication #lrnchat
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a2) external memory (cognitive prostheses) if I can, meaningful processing if necessary #Lrnchat
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RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
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