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Bruno Winck

'SMART' Goals Can Sometimes Be Dumb - Forbes - 0 views

    "skills-forward" approach
Bruno Winck

Designed for Learning!: From Dependence to Interdependence: The Changing Role of Learni... - 0 views

  • y role as a facilitator of the process of learning and not necessarily the provider of information or knowledge
  • one that connects learners and creates opportunities for interaction and engagement
  • There is a greater need for content curation and presenting information in the context of learning and performance.
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  • symbiotic give-and-take with peers, teachers, trainers etc. And self-organizing skills, interpersonal skills, thinking skills, etc. are all a part of this transition.
  • creating and developing my PLN to move towards interdependence
  • need to tag this knowledge/information with a purpose
  • we need to train our learners to make better connections – in thoughts
Bruno Winck

Why You Should Design Something New Every Day: 20 Awesome Case Studies To Inspire You -... - 0 views

    Why You Should Design Like this idea of doing a daily design (and possibly #ShowyourWork) to keep racticing basic designing skills and awareness
Michelle Ockers

The urgent-important matrix and your time management skills - 0 views

    Covey's urgent / important matrix for prioritisation and time management - a tool to help with focus.
Michelle Ockers

Visual Practice | G-log - 0 views

    Giulia Forsythe works out loud about her visual practice - why and how she sketchnotes, who she has learned and drawn inspiration from.  Joyce Seitzinger shared this on Twitter in June 2015. At this point I am curious about sketchnoting, and love seeing other peoples sketchnotes. But feel very inhibited myself about sketching and feel like it would be a big effort and a lot of practice to get good at this. I am trying to consolidate some other PKM skills right now and deferring getting started seriously with this.
Bruno Winck

Agile Learner; Agile Leader - The Performance Improvement Blog - 0 views

  • a third definition of learning agility. This is the ability of leaders to find the information they need when they need it, to use a wide range of methods of learning (technology, social, practice, etc.), and turn that information into the knowledge and skills they need to be effective leaders in the situation.
Bruno Winck

Eisenhower's Urgent/Important Principle - Time Management Skills - 1 views

    Eisenhower's Urgent/Important Principle Using Time Effectively, Not Just Efficiently
Bruno Winck

ID and Other Reflections: Uberizing Organizational Learning - Thinking Beyond Courses - 0 views

  • shelf-life of knowledge and skills are rapidly shrinking, where best practices of yore yield increasingly little or no return on investment, where exceptions are the norm, and constant change and flux the new normal, designing set courses using SME-defined content is like trying to build a dam to rein in the surging waves of a tumultuous ocean
  • agile, instant, accessible, contextual, micro-sized, real time
  • Take a mobile-first approach
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  • Build communities
  • Curate from existing source
  • Build a culture of feedback
  • Make it an ongoing effort
Bruno Winck

Recognizing Self-Directed Learners with Open Badge eCredentials | Littoraly - 1 views

  • But get out there, get a domain, and show the world what you can do. That is evidence
    • Bruno Winck
      Back to #WOL and #PKM
  • sometimes even self-directed learners need to be recognized
    • Bruno Winck
      Often true for every achievement. What's made public must support public's recognition at some stage. so an independent learner need peers to make public his achievements?
  • industrial welder
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  • I’m not even sure that passive is the right word. I think what Alan and Stephen mean is dependent, as in not independent or self-directed; what Serge Ravet referred to in his comment to Alan’s post as an asymmetrical power relationship where:
  • There are times when even self-directed learners need to have their learning and capabilities formally or semi-formally assessed and recognized for specific purposes, such as a mid-careerist transitioning to back to education or to a new occupation, or a skilled immigrant transitioning to a new workforce.
    • Bruno Winck
      In the case of learning outside of an organizational context badge issuance would be peer-to-peer, like recommendations on LI.
  • “Targeted Evidence Packages” to avoid the word “portfolio”, which has baggage in some circles as being synonymous with sprawling life stories in loose-leaf binders (or piled up in a blog, or scattered across the Internet).
  • evidence of their capabilities is in their output
    • Bruno Winck
      Agreeed, it's a special cases that don't translate to most people, left alone welders
  • Open Badges can be like structural supports for a person’s body of work,
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