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The Power of Scenario-Based Learning (SBL)

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What is Scenario-Based Learning? Ruth Colvin Clark cites a study of two-year level electronics apprentices accelerating their technical knowledge to a ten-year expert level over a period of 25 hours of carefully-structured scenario-based learning interactions www.clarktraining.com/content/articles/ScenarioBasedLearning.pdf   If the definition of learning is to facilitate permanent changes to the long-term memory of the learner, then [...]

Big Blue Button www.bigbluebutton.org

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      This is the welcome from www.bigbluebutton.org: BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for distance education.It supports sharing of slides (PDF and any document readable by OpenOffice), webcams, whiteboard, chat, voice over IP (using FreeSWITCH), and presenter’s desktop. It can record and playback sessions (slides, audio, and chat), runs on Mac, Unix, and [...]

E-Learning Project Management in under 10 Minutes

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  Claudia Dornbusch gives an overview of the e-learning development process. A useful reference for developers and all other e-learning stakeholders.

Melbourne Moodle Users Group

The Melbourne Moodle Users Group (MMUG) met last night at CLB Training & Development in Dorcas St, South Melbourne. This was the first of a series of face-to-face meetings for 2013. Each alternate month, the meeting will be held as an online webinar. Graham Clark, MMUG coordinator, facilitated the meeting. There was an opportunity for [...]

Learner Defined Curriculum: Heutagogy and Action Learning in Vocational Training

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Learner Defined Curriculum: Heutagogy and Action Learning in Vocational Training Hase, S. (2011), Learner defined curriculum: heutagogy and action learning in vocational training, Southern Institute of Technology Journal of Applied Research, Special Edition on Action Research. Available at Sitjar.sit.ac.nz. Abstract This paper describes the application of learner-centred learning techniques in the conduct of short to [...]

Heutagogy and e-learning in the workplace: some challenges and opportunities

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  Impact: Journal of Applied Research in Workplace E-learning, 1(1) – Hase (REFEREED) 43 Heutagogy and e-learning in the workplace: some challenges and opportunities Stewart Hase Beyond the Break Australia Abstract: It is clear that e-learning offers tremendous opportunities in terms of access in a global environment as well as in terms of the economics [...]

Pedagogy, Andragogy and Heutagogy – A Necessary Split?

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Andragogy – A Theory of Adult Learning (Malcolm Knowles)

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Article by Assoc. Prof. Stewart Hase: Moving from Andragogy to Heutagogy in Vocational Education

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Kenyon, Chris, and Hase, Stewart. (2001). Moving from Andragogy to Heutagogy in Vocational Education. In Research to Reality: Putting VET Research to Work. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED456279). Moving from andragogy to heutagogy in vocational education Wing Commander Chris Kenyon, RAAF Stewart Hase, Southern Cross University It is thirty years since Knowles introduced us [...]

Melbourne Moodle User Group (MMUG) Event – 11 Feb. 2013

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Melbourne Moodle User Group (MMUG) Hosted at CLB Training & Development, Monday 11 Feb 2013, 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm. This workshop is for anyone interested in learning about Moodle and e-learning in general. Moodle is a powerful Learning Management System that is one of the industry standards, being used internationally by corporations, universities and [...]

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