Author: Kasper Spiro

Blended Learning, 702010

The 70-20-10 Framework Challenge: Implementing User-generated Learning

The 70-20-10 framework inside your organization is a great way to increase knowledge and achieve better results, but it can be a big challenge at first. Specifically, getting your team to actively contribute to user-generated learning might require a major cultural shift. Here are a few practical tips for getting your user-generated learning operation off to a running start. 

Blended Learning, 702010

The Other 70-20-10 Rule

Charles Jennings’ famous 70-20-10 rule explains how we learn new information in the workplace. When learning new skills, up to 70 percent of what we really learn comes from our own personal experience and discovery, up to 20 percent comes from asking others for help, and just up to 10 percent comes from formal training. 

Blended Learning, 702010, e-learning

70:20:10 Challenges: Turning Curation Into Knowledge Sharing

70:20:10 Challenges: Curation Done Right

70:20:10 challenges, come in all shapes and sizes but within the 70:20:10 framework, curation is one of the quickest ways to share knowledge. However, most curated content  does not qualify as knowledge sharing. Here is how to turn content curation into knowledge sharing.

Blended Learning, 702010, e-learning

The 70:20:10 Learning Model Backed by Science

The 70:20:10 learning model has gained much attention over the years and now many huge businesses look to encourage it every day. Essentially, the model says that the majority of learning and development occurs on the job whilst a small percentage comes from mentoring and collaboration with colleagues. Finally, the smallest amount is from formal training and this makes sense as it is where they spend the least amount of time. However, where is the supporting evidence?

Educational technology, Blended Learning, e-learning

7 Tips for creating an effective e-Learning course

Getting started with your first online e-learning course can be a challenging task, but knowing how to get started is half the battle. The good news is that, in today’s world, information is free and easy to find! One quick Google search will yield multiple results with guides on how to create your first e-learning course and you will end up with over a 100 best practices in a couple of minutes! The downside to this is that you might get lost in the vast sea of information. To help you get started, here are 7 of the best tips on creating your first e-learning course with Easygenerator.

e-learning

Guide to copyright-free images and other resources

Images are expensive, and you do not want to violate copyrights. Finding good images that you are allowed to use can be a challenge. Here is a list with free services to images and other resources that you are allowed to use.

Powerpoint, e-learning

Use your PowerPoint as a starting point for an eLearning course

67% of all new users of easygenerator’s Free, Starter and Plus Plan are now people with no background in instructional design. Teachers, trainers, subject matter experts and people who are working in HR departments. Many of them were working in PowerPoint and want to move beyond that. This is the reason we now added a PowerPoint import to all editions of easygenerator.

Blended Learning

Rotate your Classroom with Easygenerator

Imagine a classroom where the students are able to spend their class time passing an engaging online course, collaborating on creative projects with their peers and getting on-time support and assistance from a teacher. No rows of desks lined up facing a wall, no boring instruction anymore. Seems unbelievable? Blended learning makes it possible!

702010

70:20:10 Model: How To Get Practical Within Learning and Development

Applying the 70:20:10 Model in Learning and Development

Blended Learning

Lab Rotation Model

The Lab Rotation model offers personalized instruction possibilities that allow you to adapt it depending on your needs. This keeps in mind both the learning needs of students and the resource abilities of the school.

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