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Deep Learning: Crafting The Total Transformative Learner Experience

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What percentage of your conference education falls into each of the following three categories?
• Shallow Learning
• Advancement Learning
• Deep Learning
Would you even know the differences between the three? Or why it matters? And which of these would lead to authentic, transformative, participant learning? Well, you need to know if you want to compete in today’s experience-driven society! Discover how to apply UXD (User Experience Design) concepts to LXD (Learner Experience Design) to create transformative learning experiences.

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Deep Learning: Crafting The Total Transformative Learner Experience

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  2. 2. About MeAbout Me • Nonprofit Junkie • Meeting & Event ProfessionalProfessional • Education Evangelist 2
  3. 3. About USAbout US 3
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  8. 8. Y TYour Turn Which of these LOs are important to you? 9
  9. 9. 1 Compare/ contrast current conference1. Compare/ contrast current conference experiences to 21st Century 4Dp y experiences. 2. Identify the four components of authenticy p 4D experiences. 3. Discuss how and why to implement 4Dy p experiences. 10
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  31. 31. 1. Receive info 2. Integrate it (reflect/connect)g ( ) 32
  32. 32. 1. Receive info 3. Integrate it (make sense) 2. Integrate it (reflect/connect)g ( ) 33
  33. 33. 4 T t id k it4. Test ideas as we speak or write. 1. Receive info 3. Integrate it (make sense) 2. Integrate it (reflect/connect)g ( ) 34
  34. 34. 4 T t id k it4. Test ideas as we speak or write. 1. Receive info 3. Integrate it (make sense) 2. Integrate it (reflect/connect)g ( ) Clasp Hands! 35 C asp a ds
  35. 35. 4 T t id k it4. Test ideas as we speak or write. 1. Receive info 3. Integrate it (make sense) 2. Integrate it (reflect/connect)g ( ) What step do conference 36lectures/panels provide? at step do co e e ce
  36. 36. 1. Receive info What step do conference 37lectures/panels provide? at step do co e e ce
  37. 37. U d t diU d t diUnderstandingUnderstanding Great TeachingGreat TeachingGreat TeachingGreat Teaching Ken Bain &Ken Bain & J ZiJ ZiJames ZimmermanJames Zimmerman cc: DFAT photo library ‐ https://www.flickr.com/photos/106853342@N04
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  40. 40. Surface Learners want the shortcuts, the high Surface Learners want the shortcuts, the high  points, the handouts, the tips. They often say, points, the handouts, the tips. They often say, points, the handouts, the tips. They often say,points, the handouts, the tips. They often say, "Just tell me what and how to do it.""Just tell me what and how to do it." cc: Chris Nuzzaco https://www flickr com/photos/46925679@N04
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  42. 42. Surface or shallow learning is Surface or shallow learning is  driven by a fear of failuredriven by a fear of failure aadriven by a fear of failure, driven by a fear of failure, a a  need need to survive and a quick to survive and a quick  shortshort‐‐term fix.term fix. cc: Chris Nuzzaco ‐ https://www.flickr.com/photos/46925679@N04
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  46. 46. This rote memorization has This rote memorization has  little sustained or substantiallittle sustained or substantiallittle sustained or substantial little sustained or substantial  influence on theseinfluence on these learners’learners’influence on these influence on these learners  learners   attitudes, behaviors or attitudes, behaviors or skillsskills cc: havens.michael34 ‐ https://www.flickr.com/photos/128733321@N05
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  49. 49. Deep Learners connect the newDeep Learners connect the newDeep Learners connect the new Deep Learners connect the new  information with their past experiences information with their past experiences  d k l dd k l d ThTh tl ithtl ithand knowledge. and knowledge. They They wrestle with wrestle with  changing their current mental models changing their current mental models  when considering when considering the new information.the new information. cc: Kumweni ‐ https://www.flickr.com/photos/76338186@N03
  50. 50. Deep Learning involves Deep Learning involves  f l i h d hf l i h d hformulating how to adapt the formulating how to adapt the  information to one's challengesinformation to one's challengesinformation to one s challenges information to one s challenges  and consider the and consider the consequencesconsequences..qq cc: Kumweni ‐ https://www flickr com/photos/76338186@N03
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  53. 53. Wh tt d i th h tWh tt d i th h tWhen attendees are given the chance to When attendees are given the chance to  try, fail, receive feedback, and try againtry, fail, receive feedback, and try again—— before anyone makes a judgment of their before anyone makes a judgment of their  effortsefforts——they are they are more likely to learn more likely to learn yy yy deeply.deeply.
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