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Webinar by Float Mobile Learning with Gary Woodill and I - Jeff TIllett. I high level discussion of instructional design and mobile learning. …

Webinar by Float Mobile Learning with Gary Woodill and I - Jeff TIllett. I high level discussion of instructional design and mobile learning.

@gwoodill
@mojotillett
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@floatlearning

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  • A little about our company
  • Think of this webinar as sort of a learning cocktail party…without the cocktails. I guess we cant be sure about that can we.
  • Recommended reading specific to mobile learning
  • In order be able to execute great learning on the mobile platform you should understand a bit about mobile design and mobile user interface as well.Here are some books that have influenced us.
  • There is no doubt that technology has played an important roll in furthering options for learningBut are we still in a classroom or tied to a desk?
  • Can we take the shackles off now Can we learn what we need and when we need it Further engagement Just in time Performance support Better performance support to reduce and support other learning Does not have to replace
  • BOOK - Brain rules by Dr. John Medina Rule #1 Exercise boots brain power – which means we learn better when we are on the moveQuote – There is no greater anti-brain environment than the classroom and the cubicle ~ Dr. John Medina http://www.slideshare.net/garr/brain-rules-for-presenters
  • Types are based on new uses of technology – new things you can do with the technologyPotential to be much more disruptiveWe will go through each of these new uses
  • Types are based on new uses of technology – new things you can do with the technologyPotential to be much more disruptiveWe will go through each of these new uses
  • What does it take for mobile to be scalable?-Chad Notes:Post next course date.What about Homework for next week?
  • What does it take for mobile to be scalable?Chad Notes: Get image from Matt.
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    • 1. Instructional Design and Mobile Learning:
      a conversation
    • 2. A little about us
      Gary Woodill
      Senior Analyst
      Float Mobile Learning
      @gwoodill
      Jeff Tillett
      mLearning Strategist and Evangelist
      Float Mobile Learning
      @mojotillett
    • 3. Float guides industry-leading companies to understand and leverage the power of mobile learning. We help companies meet their business strategies by making useful information accessible, anytime, anywhere. We are mobile learning strategy specialists.
      @floatlearning
      www.floatlearning.com
    • 4. Agenda - conversation points
      Where we came from?
      Where we are at?
      Where we are going?
    • 5. How to Participate
      Chat box – add questions or comments – we will monitor
      Twitter - #floatlearning
      Email - gwoodill@floatlearning.com
    • 6. Resources
    • 7. Resources
    • 8. What is Instruction?
    • 9. What is
      Instructional Design?
    • 10. Setting the Stage - a Brief History of Instruction
    • 11. Setting the Stage - a Brief History of Instruction
    • 12. Setting the Stage - a Brief History of Instruction
    • 13. Setting the Stage - a Brief History of Instruction
      Normal, IL
    • 14. Setting the Stage - a Brief History of Instruction
      B. F. Skinner - Behaviorism and Programmed Instruction – 1940s
      Benjamin Bloom - Taxonomy of Intellectual Behaviors – 1956
      Robert Mager - Learning Objectives – 1962
      Robert Glaser - Testing – 1962
      Robert Gagne - Instruction Design – 1965
      ADDIE Model – 1975
      ADDIE and the 5 Rules of Zen – 2002
    • 15. Growth of Corporate Classroom Training
      • Factory Schools – Robert Owen
      • 16. Westinghouse – 1890s
      • 17. GE – 1910s
      • 18. National Association of Corporation Schools – 1913
      • 19. ASTD founded – 1944
      • 20. Growth of classrooms in corporate training
      • 21. Corporate university movement
      • 22. Increased professionalization
      Founded in 1961
    • 23. We’ve come a long way…
    • 24. Technology Advancements
      Computers
      Internet
      Gaming & interactive
      Social or informal
    • 25. Are we still here?
    • 26. What if we can learn anytime any where?
    • 27. Brain Rule # 1
      “1 Exercise boots brain power” - which means we learn better when we are on the move
      by Dr. John Medina
    • 28. A Brief History of Mobile Learning
    • 29. Change and Technology
      “We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future.”
      ~ Marshall McLuhan
    • 30. 4 Conventional Learning Applications for Mobile Devices
      Instructional support uses – delivery of courses, lectures, video, audio, notes, e-books, instructor evaluation, class management - “e-learning on a small screen”
      Personal Organizers – for teachers and students
      Learning Management Systems – LMS on a mobile device
      Assessments – especially multiple choice tests, training supervision
    • 31. New Learning Application Categories
      Micro-blogging and text messaging – “social media”
      Research tool – data collection
      Trend tracking and analysis
      Just-in-time Information Retrieval – structured and unstructured
      Augmented Reality
      Mobile Gaming and Virtual Worlds
      Contextual learning – personalization and location
      User Controlled Media Production/Playback
    • 32. …but wait there is more
      Performance support and coaching
      Social networking and communities
      Environmental Controls
      Haptic Feedback
      First person Documentation
      Coordination and cooperation
      Collaboration
      Collective behavior
    • 33. Keep in touch!
      www.floatlearning.com/blog
      Gary Woodill@gwoodill
      Jeff Tillett @mojotillett
    • 34. Keep in touch!
      Thank you!