Will it blend?

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Will it blend? Innovative course designs for today's knowledge workers
This is a presentation I gave at the PLE conference in Cologne, Germany in Sept. 2011.

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Will it blend?

  1. 1. Will it blend?Innovative course designs for todays knowledge workersDr. Roman Götter,At Professional Learning Europe, Köln, 21. September 20111
  2. 2. • Blended Learning How should you structure training offerings to meet the needs of todays knowledge workers? • Cross Cultural Trainings Lessons learned from two distant learning programs: Innotalk: Innovation & Technology Management for Latin America • Mobile Learning with an iPad Insights from an effort to create a learning App for the iPad2
  3. 3. Definition of Blended Learning: Just a Mix? Computer Based Interaction Class Room Interaction Face-to-Face Blended - Learning E-Learning 20-80% mix3
  4. 4. Definition of Blended Learning: Just a Mix? Computer Based Interaction Class Room Interaction A bit simple! Face-to-Face Blended - Learning E-Learning 20-80% mix4
  5. 5. Quantitative Dale‘s Cone: People Learn… 10% by Reading 20% by Seeing 30% by Hearing 50% by Seeing & Hearing 70% by Collaboration 80% by Doing5
  6. 6. Quantitative Dale‘s Cone: People Learn… 10% by Reading 20% by Seeing 30% by Hearing 50% It is a myth! by Seeing & Hearing 70% by Collaboration 80% by DoingWill Thalheimer: No quantitative research was used:http://www.willatworklearning.com/2006/05/people_remember.html6
  7. 7. Quantitative Dale‘s Cone: People Learn… 10% by Reading 20% by Seeing 30% by Hearing It is a myth! 50% by Seeing & Hearing 70% But not wrong! by Collaboration 80% by DoingWill Thalheimer: No quantitative research was used:http://www.willatworklearning.com/2006/05/people_remember.html7
  8. 8. Will it blend? Of course it does!8 www.willitblend.com
  9. 9. Mixing the right ingredients Source: Forrester Research9
  10. 10. Mixing the right ingredients Is there a standard recipe? Source: Forrester Research10
  11. 11. Technical Dimensions11
  12. 12. Technical Dimensions Is there a one technical standard?12
  13. 13. Technical Dimensions Is there a one technical standard? No, and it is not a technical problem!13
  14. 14. Coaching Seminar My My Life Work Team Work- shop Short term Chat Online/ Offline Blog Just in Mobile time Online Every- Forum where14
  15. 15. Source: testbag.com15
  16. 16. Always have your customer in mind!16
  17. 17. Example 1: Mastering a Cross Cultural Challenge17
  18. 18. Inwent International Leadership Training See also: http://www.academy.fraunhofer.de/innotalk/18
  19. 19. Can we teach Innovation Management to this group? Yes we can!19
  20. 20. Well mixed groups (Source: Master thesis Karla Sosa, 2011)20
  21. 21. Understanding Latin America (Source: Master thesis Karla Sosa, 2011)21
  22. 22. Human development Index (Source: Master thesis Karla Sosa, 2011)22
  23. 23. Stages of development in Latin America (Source: Master thesis Karla Sosa, 2011)23
  24. 24. People in Latin America are different (Examples) Cultural dimensions High Low Power Distance Latin America Germany Beliefs about how power should be distributed within a society. Uncertainty avoidance Latin America Denmark Extent to which uncertainty Germany Sweden can be tolerated and its impact on rule making within a society. Time Polichronic: Monochronic: Extent to which individuals Latin America Germany approach one task at a time or multiple tasks at the same time. (Source: Master thesis Karla Sosa, 2011)24
  25. 25. Learning Environment JOSEF (JOSEF, © Fraunhofer Academy)25
  26. 26. Main elements of success 1. A lot of Multimedia 5. Rich Resources 2. Simulation Techniques 6. Many different exercises 3. Customized Content 7. Interaction and Feedback 4. Short Logical Sequences 8. Individual and teamwork (Source: Master thesis Karla Sosa, 2011)26
  27. 27. Main elements of success 1. A lot of Multimedia 5. Rich Resources 2. Simulation Techniques 6. Many different exercises 7. Interaction and 3. Customized Content Feedback 8. Individual and teamworkBlended Learning works 4. Short Logical Sequencesfor Latin America! 27
  28. 28. Example 2: Mobile Learning with iPad Fraunhofer Learning App: iAcademy A current project (Release planned end 2011)28
  29. 29. Mobile Learning the latest Trend?29
  30. 30. Mobile Learning the latest Trend? Chasing the next pig?! German saying for: Jump the bandwagon30
  31. 31. Mobile Learning is a Trend ! The Horizon Report consistently describes the changes in the learning landscape • Mobile Learning • Open Content • Electronic books31
  32. 32. 32
  33. 33. Mobile Learning is a stable Trend !33
  34. 34. Apple iPad Most successful technical innovation Apple sold more than 25 Millionen iPads already Sales quarters since launch34
  35. 35. Mobile Learning flexible in time and space Lokal mit Lernapp iAcademy35
  36. 36. Fraunhofer Learning App iAcademy Native App with elegant and intuitive User Interface for many learning units (iAcademy prototype, © Fraunhofer Academy)36
  37. 37. Appealing Design Different layouts allow a flexible design (iAcademy prototype, © Fraunhofer Academy) 37
  38. 38. Learning Map provides intuitive access • Short sequences • Interactive content • Glossary • PDF Library • Questionnaire • Games • Non linear sequence • Learning progress is indicated Learning Map (iAcademy prototype, © Fraunhofer Academy)38
  39. 39. Story telling: Let your target group act Guiding the user through the lessons (iAcademy prototype, © Fraunhofer Academy)39
  40. 40. Interactive Games (no Adobe Flash needed) Drag & Drop Games are fun repetitions MJ(2009) (iAcademy prototype, © Fraunhofer Academy) 40
  41. 41. iAcademy architecture iAcademy is a native App for the Apple iPad Learning units are iAC Files (ZIP Container) which are stored on the iPad (iAcademy prototype, © Fraunhofer Academy)41
  42. 42. (List by Martin Fischer, Fraunhofer Academy)42
  43. 43. Thank you for your attention!43
  44. 44. Contact and further information Dr. Roman Götter Managing Director Fraunhofer Academy Hansastraße 27c 80686 München +49 89 1205 1515 roman.goetter@fraunhofer.de www.academy.fraunhofer.de44

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