Jane’s Pick of the Day: 31 July

1 - Innovating Pedagogy 2012 – Open University

The first report proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education.

2 – Let’s stop pretending – Craig Wiggins, Learning Circuits Blog

  • Let’s stop pretending that the answer to 70-20-10 is to double down on formal learning hierarchies.
  • Let’s stop pretending that social learning’ is something new (or something that can only be achieved using social media).
  • Let’s stop pretending that what you’re collecting with your LMS has a lot to show in terms of learning analytics, ROI, or business intelligence.
3 – The other 90 percent of learning – Jay Cross, CLO Magazine
Knowledge workers learn three to four times more from experience than interaction with bosses, coaches and mentors. And they learn about twice as much from those conversations compared to structured courses and programs.

Company social networks can drive collaboration and innovation — or they can wither on the vine. These tips can help make yours a success.

5 – Infographics inside the organisation – Social Media Explorer

Infographics aren’t just for marketing and link bait. They are also a very effective internal communication tool.

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