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Skills-Based Approach
Expand what you learn. Choose how you learn. Keep learning.
Standard Education Work Tasking
Self-Gui...
Expand Learning Horizons
Use Skills-Based Approach with traditional and emerging learning channels.
Rather than thinking i...
Standard Education
 A majority still earn higher education degrees.
 With Skills-Based Approach, always track what skill...
Work Tasks
 With Skills-Based Approach, think in terms of skills as you work on discrete tasks at
work.
 Become an intra...
Self Guided Learning
 Research online. Read books, blogs, articles, etc. Participate in discussions.
Copyright 2015 Ryan ...
Professional Online Learning
 Explosive growth in online learning platforms for professionals and teams.
Copyright 2015 R...
MOOCs And Paid Online Courses
 MOOCs are an amazing, free resource to take beginner and advanced college level
courses. O...
Gamification
 Build and validate skills through games. (Try Game Learn to build soft skills;
try Badgeville to validate s...
Extracurricular Activities
 Acquire skills through participating in sports, playing instruments, joining
organizations, e...
Volunteering
 An opportunity to give back to the community while honing your skills.
Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
Conclusion
Combining traditional and new ways of learning. Traditional ways of
learning are still valuable, but there are ...
Photo Credits
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 Page 4: Copyright Depositphoto Image #13933062
 Page 5: C...
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Skills-Based Approach is relevant in education and career development because it merges traditional and emerging learning channels. Let a student or professional choose his or her own way of learning whenever possible.

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Skills Based Approach Learning

  1. 1. Skills-Based Approach Expand what you learn. Choose how you learn. Keep learning. Standard Education Work Tasking Self-Guided Learning Online LearningMOOCsGamification VolunteeringActivities Lifelong Learning Emerging… Traditional… Trends… Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann Ways of Building and Validating Skills Personalized Learning Adaptive Learning
  2. 2. Expand Learning Horizons Use Skills-Based Approach with traditional and emerging learning channels. Rather than thinking in terms of grades, subjects, degrees, and professions, translate everything into skills. When possible, choose your own way to build and validate skills – what best fits you (based on your personalized learning style). Track the progression of learning a skill throughout your education, employment, and other experiences. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  3. 3. Standard Education  A majority still earn higher education degrees.  With Skills-Based Approach, always track what skills you are building and validating. Make an impact with each course. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  4. 4. Work Tasks  With Skills-Based Approach, think in terms of skills as you work on discrete tasks at work.  Become an intrapreneur if necessary. Be proactive by taking tasks that work towards career objectives. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  5. 5. Self Guided Learning  Research online. Read books, blogs, articles, etc. Participate in discussions. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  6. 6. Professional Online Learning  Explosive growth in online learning platforms for professionals and teams. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  7. 7. MOOCs And Paid Online Courses  MOOCs are an amazing, free resource to take beginner and advanced college level courses. Of course, plenty of paid online course too. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  8. 8. Gamification  Build and validate skills through games. (Try Game Learn to build soft skills; try Badgeville to validate skills).  Use games to discover behaviors, interests, or personality traits. Use results to plan what skills to target. (Try Knack to discover competencies.) Use Badges.Assess skill levels.Make it fun. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  9. 9. Extracurricular Activities  Acquire skills through participating in sports, playing instruments, joining organizations, etc.  With Skills-Based Approach, get credit for and keep track of the skills. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  10. 10. Volunteering  An opportunity to give back to the community while honing your skills. Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  11. 11. Conclusion Combining traditional and new ways of learning. Traditional ways of learning are still valuable, but there are many emerging ways of learning. Individuals should plan their learning based on personal needs, behaviors, and preferences. Thinking in skills makes this possible. Knowledge pendulum favors skills. It is more important to build skills as opposed to accumulating facts and information. (There are huge information reservoirs online accessible instantly via mobile devices.) Lifelong learning is a requirement for most professionals. Constantly cycle through Skills-Based Approach stages to stay relevant and focused on career progression. Skills-Based Approach is about translating everything into skills, then moving through the four stages throughout a lifetime (education and career). Learn more about Skills-Based Approach: www.skillsbasedapproach.com Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann
  12. 12. Photo Credits  Page 3: Copyright Depositphoto Image #6599436  Page 4: Copyright Depositphoto Image #13933062  Page 5: Copyright Depositphoto Image #50892949  Page 6: Copyright Depositphoto Image #52138859  Page 7: Copyright Depositphoto Image #76325823  Page 8: Copyright Depositphoto Image #19389725  Page 9: Copyright Depositphoto Image #22122061  Page 10: Copyright Depositphoto Image #39180781 Copyright 2015 Ryan M. Frischmann

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