Designing Learning Experiences (inspired by @bbetts #AITD2015)

At the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD) Conference 2015, Ben Betts presented a simple and compelling argument: one can design for social learning. The crux of Ben’s argument, to me, was the need to embrace a much broader notion of a learning experience, which he captured in three stages: sparking, poking, proving.

The Spark

 (curation) – the spark for a learning experience still seemed to begin in content, however the idea of curation was that this should facilitate an autonomous exploration of content representing different viewpoints and not just a single trainer perspective. Although it wasn’t explicitly mentioned one would assume that learners would also play a curation role to share content they have discovered following emergent co-creation approaches.

Read the full story by

Tags:

RELATED READS
6 Questions That Will Help You Select The Right LMS – An Infographic Social Learning Cannot Be A Bolt-On Strategy
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK