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Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
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Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
Outcome learning by kasper spiro with extra texts
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  • Curation moderation
  • Curation moderation
  • Cathy Moore – Action Mapping toevoegen
  • Cathy Moore – Action Mapping toevoegen
  • Cathy Moore – Action Mapping toevoegen
  • Cathy Moore – Action Mapping toevoegen
  • Learning nuggets
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    • 1. Outcome learningA foundation for the next level ofe-LearningOr:How to keep formal e-Learningrelevant in the futurebyKasper Spiro
    • 2. Outcome learningA foundation for the next level ofe-Learning I have added my textOr: remarks to thisHow to keep formal e-Learninggive you presentation to more insight in therelevant in the future meaning of the slidesbyKasper Spiro
    • 3. About
    • 4. About Just some background info on me. If you want to know more check my LinkedIn profile.
    • 5. Why?
    • 6. Why? When I was considering becoming CEO of easygenerator in 2010 I wanted to have a clear Vision and Mission to base our product development and marketing on.
    • 7. Trends
    • 8. Trends I started looking at some trends to see what was happening. My conclusion: Control is shifting to the learner and we (e-learning professionals) are having a difficult time catching up.
    • 9. The big question Is there a future for formal e-Learning? Or is it something that will lose it’s relevance?
    • 10. The big question Is there a future for formal e-Learning? Or is it something thatSo this lose it’s relevance? will became the central question. Is there a future for formal e- learning? And if there is, what do we need to do to make that future happen?
    • 11. Yes if, My assumption was that formal e-Learning could be still relevant, if we where able to: • Change the learning experience (more individual) • Connect learning to the business • Bring didactics back into e-Learning, stop with the PowerPoint like page progress • Increase the speed of course production and the way we control that process
    • 12. Yes if, My assumption was that formal e-Learning could be still relevant, if we where able to: • Change the learning experience (more These challenges had a individual) familiar sound, so… • Connect learning to the business • Bring didactics back into e-Learning, stop with the PowerPoint like page progress • Increase the speed of course production and the way we control that process
    • 13. The search I started looking for answers: – Management – Didactics – E-learning – Software development The bundled answers form: Outcome learning
    • 14. The search I started looking for answers: ‘Outcome learning’ is still developing. But for me it now – Managementframework I can built on. forms a – Didactics The great thing is that everything I – E-learninghave used is invented by – Software developmentresearched somebody else. It is and proven. Al I did was combine them and apply them to e- Learning The bundled answers form: Outcome learning
    • 15. Change• In order to keep e-Learning relevant we need to change the way we: – Manage – Develop – Learn
    • 16. Change• In order to keep e-Learning relevant we need to change the The way our learners learn has changed. We need to adapt to this way we: change by adapting the way we – Manage manage and develop e-learning. – DevelopIn this presentation I will look at this challenge from the – Learn perspective of the manager, the e- Learning developer and the learner.
    • 17. The manager • A way to steer without control – Output management by Filip VandenDriessche • A way to connect learning to the business and to steer by: – Action mapping by Cathy Moore – Learning objectives
    • 18. The manager • A way to steer without control Key elements are giving – Output managementto theFilip control by VandenDriessche learner, connecting learning to the business and to make • A way to connect to get meaningful it possible learning to the business and to steer by: on the results of our reports e-Learning courses. – Action mapping by Cathy Moore – Learning objectives
    • 19. Output management The manager • Filip Vandendriessche: – Output management – Leading without commanding
    • 20. Output management The manager When I followed a course in ‘change management’ in 1998, Filip was one of my teachers. His book became my ‘management bible’ and huis approach my management style. • Filip Vandendriessche: – Output management – Leading without commanding
    • 21. Output management The manager • Set (business) goals • Determine output criteria • Do not interfere with the solution; accept any solution that matches your criteria
    • 22. Output management The manager • Set (business) goals • Determine As a manager you have output criteria to be authoritative on the • Do not in strategic level, beinterfere with the control on the accept any solution; requirements (you do need acceptance) but that matches solution you your criteria don’t mingle in the ‘how’
    • 23. Output management The manager • Set (business) goals The conflict pyramid • Determine indicates that the biggest output criteria • Do not interfere with the chances for conflicts are at the operational level. So stay away. accept any solution; solution that matches Let the experts do their work, just steer with your your criteria requirements
    • 24. Output management The manager • Set (business) goals • Determine It came to me that this output criteria • Do managing would work for not interfere with the e-learning processes as solution; accept any well, as long as we would have proper that matches solution requirements. your criteria
    • 25. Action mapping The managerand learning objectives • Define a business goal, that solves a problem • Identify what people need to be able to do = learning objectives • Set other criteria and let go
    • 26. Action mapping The managerand learning objectives • Define a businessmapping ties solves a Action goal, that learning to the problem business, learning objectives are a mean to • Identify what peopleget reported be able to do steer by and need to = learning objectives form the on. Together the ultimate ‘learning’ • Set other criteria and a manager requirement for let go
    • 27. The developer • Action mapping combined with learning objectives • Use new learning metaphors • Develop in an agile way • Curate and moderate information
    • 28. The developer • Action mapping combined with learning objectives developer: wechanges create more The biggest need to are for the • Use new learning metaphors we attractive, individual learning experiences in a faster way. And • Develop innavigate through the ever increasing an agile way learner to need to assist the • Curate andinformation flow at the same time. moderate information
    • 29. Action mapping The developerand learning objectives • Business goals translated into learning objectives • Translate objectives into activities • Choose didactical and presentation format • Supply information that is needed for these activities
    • 30. Action mapping The developerand learning objectives • Business goals translated into learning objectives The combination of action mapping and learning • Translate objectives intoclear objectives gives a activities direction to development • Choose didactical and presentation format without any interference by the manager. • Supply information that is needed for these activities
    • 31. New learning metaphors The developer • Gives the learner a complete overview = control • Enables the learner to create his own learning path • Non linear representation of a didactic format • Intuitive design and easy to use
    • 32. New learning metaphors The developer • Gives the learner a complete overview = control In order to give the learner insight and control we need • Enables thenew learning to create his own learner metaphors. learning path scenario’s, serious Maps, games are all examples of • Non linear representation of a didactic this. format • Intuitive design and easy to use
    • 33. Learning metaphor The developer
    • 34. Learning metaphor The developer A learning map designed by the Fraunhofer Institute. It will show the learner possible learning paths and access to all kind of information.
    • 35. Learning metaphor The developer
    • 36. Learning metaphor The developer A tube map designed by my colleague ‘Beatrijs van der Giendt’. Because the map is more abstract it will give a clearer overview.
    • 37. Agile The developer • Software development method: – Set goals – Create backlog with user stories – Build in small iterations (2 – 4 weeks) – Include the client (demo with approval)
    • 38. Agile The developer • Software easygenerator we develop our At development method: software in an agile way. It has – Set goalsadvantages above a ‘waterfall great – Create backlog or external) client, to model’. It connects development your (internal with user stories it – Build in small iterations (2 – up weeks) improves quality and it speeds 4 the process. – Include the client (demo with approval) We can apply this to e-Learning as well.
    • 39. Curate and moderate The developer • Information overflow – Curate it – Moderate it
    • 40. Curate and moderate The developer • Information the increasing amount of With overflow – Curate it information it is almost impossible to find relevant information through – Moderate it search engines. There are more and more content curators (people). Elearninglearning is one for the elearning community. They will find relevant information for you.
    • 41. Curate and moderate The developer • Information overflow – Curate it the information filtered for Having you is just step one. Analyzing and – Moderate it it in a way that enables presenting learning is a second. This moderation role becomes more and more the territory of the e-Learning developer.
    • 42. The learner • Learner in control • Selection, learning and reporting based on learning objectives • Learning content presented in new metaphors • Instant connection and collaboration between learners
    • 43. The learner • LearnerAin control learners have large part of our already changed. All we need to do • Selection,facilitate them in a better way. is to learning and reporting based on Most of the needed elements are in learning objectives approach. the ‘Outcome learning’ • Learning biggest problem at the moment new The content presented in is the connection and collaboration metaphors in a course, SCORM does not really allows that. We need a new • Instant connection and collaboration standard. between learners
    • 44. Outcome learningManage Develop Learn Output management Action mapping and learning objectives New learning metaphors Agile development Curation and moderation
    • 45. Outcome learningManage Develop Learn Output management Action mapping and learning objectives This gives you an overview of all elements of ‘Outcome learning’ learning metaphors New and which phases they influence. Agile development Curation and moderation
    • 46. Conclusion Formal e-learning will remain relevant, just as all forms of formal learning will. But we need to change the way we manage and develop formal e-Learning in order to make this happen.
    • 47. Conclusion Formal e-learning will remain relevant, just as all forms of formal learning will. It is my personal (and But we need to change the way we manage easygenerators) mission to make this possible in an and develop formal e-Learning in order to easy way for both make this happen. and developers managers
    • 48. Used sources • Filip VandenDriessche: – Book: Leading without command • Fraunhofer Institute: • Cathy Moore Action mapping • Easygenerator: www.easygenerator.com • Relevant posts on kasperspiro.com: – Output management: – Agile development: Software, e-Learning – Learning metaphors, learning maps – Outcome learning (series)
    • 49. Contact info Kasper Spiro CEO easygenerator K.Spiro@easygenerator.com or Mail@kasperSpiro.com Linkedin, Twitter and Skype: KasperSpiro Blog: www.KasperSpiro.com

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