Throwing out the bathwater<br />Carousel Learning<br />
Engaging Learners<br />Part One….Use the Right Tools <br />Active not Passive Learning<br />Use Blogs, Social Networks, Mobile devices and multimedia<br />Get learners to create their own online content: <br />Google groups, Twitter<br />Blogs <br />Image galleries<br />Videos<br />Podcasts <br />Maybe showcase on their own or team webpage….?<br />Not using these Tools? <br />……………….They are!<br />
Dull, text based assignments resulting in a “Tickbox” approach to teaching & Learning.<br />Learner attention span &lack of focus<br />Everything Classroom based. 1 Teacher 20 Learners<br />The “Go and research Tesco” syndrome<br />Paper ! !<br />“Phones , Facebook and YouTube are bad”<br />Issues that need to be addressed….<br />
Engaging Learners<br />Business should be exciting….<br />
Well………<br /><ul><li>Start with conducive modules.
Spread the net for contributors – involve managers as teachers (some were once!)
Minimise paperwork and time commitments.- Planning meetings- Course review meetings- I.V. and second marking meetings- Treat the teachers as guest speakers.</li></ul>Carousel Learning by Jay Glover is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.<br />
Throwing out the bathwater<br />Carousel Learning <br />