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Are you interested in improving your online learning agility and extending your knowledge in the ever-changing world of online learning or distance education. Today's challenge is for you, the online learner, to identify which elements in an online learning solution provide the best payoff for your personal learning needs. Your task is four fold. You need to determine which environmental factors, type of instructional presentation, and level of social interaction best match and support your interests, values, expectations and other learning requirements. Moreover, you need to define which elements will help you increasingly improve your ability (over time) for more successful online learning. Click here for more information.
We will help you design an online orientation course for students new to online learning. Research demonstrates that there is a need for training online learners before they commit to the online learning experience. Some learners may have difficulty in the areas of online learning ability, time commitment, and time management. Our instructional design team make recommendations about the appropriate design, development and implementation of a comprehensive orientation for online learning. Our goal is to help you foster student online learning success with training to enhance their learning ability.
Due to popular demand from attendees of The Training Place, Inc. seminars and workshops at leading e-learning industry events, the following one-day workshops are available as on-site workshops when you have a minimum of 6 attendees.
In the study of individual learning differences, too many investigators are ignoring the complete set of higher-order psychological factors in their constructs, theories, and solutions. They are especially omitting the more dominant conative, affective, and social factors in the explanations that describe how individuals individually approach learning and performance.
"Learning Orientation" is a new perspective that integrates the recent advances in the neurosciences (biological perspective) with the higher-order psychological dimension. This perspective differentiates learning audiences to guide analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of learning environments and instructional solutions. Understanding the impact of learning orientations allows us to understand how to create more successful learning environments for online learners.
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An e-mail listserv for discussions about Adaptive Learning Systems. This is an open list, anyone can subscribe. Adaptive Learning Systems (ALS) address the fact that individuals learn differently by adapting the presentation of learning content to meet the varying needs and learning preferences of different individual learners.
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