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Bruno Winck

Designed for Learning!: From Dependence to Interdependence: The Changing Role of Learning Consultants - 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

Designed for Learning!: Interdependence in Learning - 0 views

  • Since learning involves developing new meanings or new relations with knowledge, process or people, it cannot be an independent activity
  • Interdependence brings everyone to the same table
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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