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A Primer on Organizational Learning
Organizational learning is the ability of an organization to gain insight and understanding from experience through experimentation, observation, analysis, and a willingness to examine successes and failures. There are two key notions: organizations learn through individuals who act as agents for them; at the same time, individual learning in organizations is facilitated or constrained by its learning system.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 12/14/2009
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Drawing Learning Charters
Despite competing demands, modern organizations should not forget that learning is the best way to meet the challenges of the time. Learning charters demonstrate commitment: they are a touchstone against which provision and practice can be tested and a waymark with which to guide, monitor, and evaluate progress. It is difficult to argue that what learning charters advocate is not worth striving for.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 10/14/2009
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Conducting Peer Assists
Peer assists are events that bring individuals together to share their experiences, insights, and knowledge on an identified challenge or problem. They also promote collective learning and develop networks among those invited.
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Learning Histories
How can we gauge the successes and failures of collective learning? How can the rest of the organization benefit from the experience? Learning histories surface the thinking, experiments, and arguments of actors who engaged in organizational change.
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E-Learning and the Workplace
Many work arrangements discourage learning. In organizations, classroom instruction is obviously not the most efficient method. However, if e-learning is to justify the publicity that surrounds it, there is a great need to understand its organizational environment and to evolve design principles.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 11/14/2010
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Learning Within a Connectivist Educational Collective Blog Model: A Case Study of UK Higher...
Abstract: The use Web 2.0 technologies and specifically blogs has become increasingly prevalent within the Higher Education (HE) sector within recent years as educators begin to maximise the opportunities such tools can provide for teaching and learning and to experiment with their usage in a wide range of context. The use of such technologies has been shown to promote learning (Garcia, Brown & Elbeltagi, 2012) however currently the manner in which these tools can be best used to promote teaching and learning is not entirely clear. It is within this context that Connectivism, a learning theory for the digital age (Siemens, 2004) has been developed as a theory which aims to provide a model through which teaching and learning using digital technologies can be better understood and managed. Connectivism is however as yet still a relatively new learning theory and not without criticism. Therefore this theory must be considered more fully before it can be accepted fully as a learning...
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Gryphon Press Release
Gryphon Design Collective recruits exceptional artists from around the world and designs original personalized children’s books and learning games. Their hope is to reinvent the bedtime story by creating a deeply personal experience for parent and child.
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Learning for Change in ADB
The rapidly changing–and, at times, excessively complex–nature of development work demands diverse competences from aid agencies such as ADB. The learning challenges these present require the ability to work more reflectively in a turbulent practice environment. This publication broadly defines a learning organization as a collective undertaking, rooted in action, that builds and improves its own practice by consciously and continually devising and developing the means to draw learning from its own (and others') experience. It identifies the 10 challenges that ADB must overcome to develop as a learning organization and specifies practicable next steps to conquer each. It can help deliver the increased development effectiveness that Strategy 2020, ADB's long-term strategic framework for 2008–2020, seeks.
Uploaded by celcius233 on 03/30/2009
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Collective Impact: GLISI Research Brief
How can districts make their partnerships designed to improve student learning more effective? One new promising strategy is collective impact. Collective impact is a recently developed strategy that shows how like-minded organizations can join forces to bring about long-lasting positive change in their communities. Particularly, this brief examines how collective impact works in an educational context to improve student achievement and suggests ways to adapt the approach for success in rural settings.
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The Learning Rep Magazine – Winter 2011
In this issue: ULR News; Skills strategy; WorldSkills 2011; Collective Learning Funds; Apprenticeships; Quick Reads; Learning centres; ULR profiles; Next Step; Get Online; TUC Education Round-up...and more.
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