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10 myths 10 Minutes 10 tweets Presentation Transcript

  • 1. ...for opening night of #swsf Learning... 10 Myths in 10 Tweets in 10 Minutes: t: @davidkoehn l: linkedin.com/in/davidkoehn
  • 2. Myth 1: Learning has no ROI.
  • 3. Myth 2: Follow the data.
  • 4. Myth 3: Teaching is a profession.
  • 5. Myth 4: Progress is inevitable.
  • 6. Myth 5: Graduate at the top of your class.
  • 7. Myth 6: The rich are greedy.
  • 8. Myth 7: eLearning will replace ILT.
  • 9. Myth 8: Video Games are bad for your children.
  • 10. Myth 9: The first budget item to go and the last budget item to get funded is learning.
  • 11. Myth 10: College or an advanced degree from a university is the end of your FORMAL education.
  • 12. Myth 1: Learning has no ROI. Myth 2: Follow the data. Myth 3: Teaching is a profession. Myth 4: Progress is inevitable. Myth 5: Graduate at the top of your class. Myth 6: The rich are greedy. Myth 7: eLearning will replace ILT. Myth 8: Video Games are bad for your children. Myth 9: The first budget item to go and the last budget item to get funded is learning. Myth 10: College or an advanced degree from a university is the end of your FORMAL education.