Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

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How To Facilitate Distance Learning In Your School Community

COVID-19 has caused many in the higher education community to move their face-to-face lectures and meetings to Zoom or other online meeting platforms.[1] While this […]

Preparing For Distance Learning: A Checklist

Right now, administrators are doing everything in their power to provide ongoing education to their students. In some states, like Minnesota, schools are planning for […]

Blended Learning Solutions Provide the Most Bang For Your Training Buck

For years one of our clients delivered a one-and-done instructor-led classroom training seminar that prepared learners to pass an exam and achieve a professional certification. […]

Why Gamification for Onboarding/New Hire Training Works

The first, and perhaps most important, outcome of new hire training is an employee who feels integrated into the team and believes that their role […]

Learning & Development Resolutions for 2020

Henry Kingman Learning Experience Designer/PM 2019 was a transformational year in so many ways: technology changed, procedures changed, even teams changed. The one consistency I […]

Corporate Training Video: 8 Effective Styles To Engage Your Learners

During our annual development team retrospective, we realized that video has begun to comprise an increasingly larger share of our project portfolio. The growing demand […]

How To Train Your Millennial

There are 83.1 million millennials in the U.S., and they get a bad rap. They are often characterized as a generation continually over-rewarded for under-performance. It’s […]

Who Is Derailing Your Learning Project? (And How Can You Stop Them?)

Great news! That learning project you’ve nurtured through countless meetings and rolls of red tape has finally come to fruition, and you’re starting to get […]

How to Apply Reflective Learning to Corporate Training

In 1910, John Dewey, a noted psychologist, philosopher, and educational reformer, said, “We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience.” Over 2000 […]

Why Gamification Doesn't Mean Serious Games

Clients often come us to develop their learning solution saying they already know what they want. They want gamification. We ask what they mean by […]

Maximize Learning With a Training Needs Assessment

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Using the Scrum Process to Manage eLearning Projects

Introduction Let’s face it: as helpful as ADDIE is as an instructional design methodology, it doesn't really guide the the project management process. That’s because […]

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