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Ironic Influences: On the Proliferation of Personalized Learning Initiat...
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The irony of personalized learning's proliferation with digital technologies and the basis of ideas from Marc Prensky about generational sty

Open-Access Journals for Learning, Teaching, and Instructional Design - ...
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Listing of open-access journals related to learning, teaching, and instructional design practice and research!

Facilitating Online Learning - reflectivelearning
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Many times, without even knowing it, a facilitator will ascribe to a specific theory of combination of theories of learning....

Copyright Considerations and Resources for Instructional Designers - ref...
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Copyright is a very complicated area of the law because, especially with the growth of online learning and increasingly digital instructiona

Learning Theory Resources - reflectivelearning
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A learning theory is a theory about how learning occurs. A learning theory is different from an instructional design model, but the two are

Writing Effective Learning Objectives - reflectivelearning
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Learning to write effective learning objectives is a fundamental skill for instructional designers because ...

ID Model Resources - An Overview - reflectivelearning
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...begin exploring ID models and poses a question for you to consider about the ADDIE Model and whether components are the essence of all ID

Welcome! - reflectivelearning
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My research interests include the study of presence in distributed learning environments, access and portability as it relates to all forms

Why "Due" Dates need not be "Do" Dates for Online Class Discussions - re...
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Please do NOT treat the "Due Dates" for participation in our course discussions as the "Do Date"- A reminder to students in online discussio

Thoughts on Your PLC and using SoMe as an ID Professional - reflectivele...
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Occasionally students in my EDU652 Instructional Design & Delivery course express hesitation about obtaining a Twitter and Facebook account

AECT 2014: Learning Summary - reflectivelearning
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This post includes a video presentation of highlights from my experience at the 2014 International Convention by AECT. Thanks to all who pre

Blog Archives - reflectivelearning
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Links to posts by Lisa Johnson, Ph.D. and invited authors on the blog published via http://reflectivelearning.net

Describing the Resource Driven-Learning Centered (RD-LC) Instructional D...
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This paper describes an instructional design model that could meet the design needs of institutions of higher learning using online learning

Describing the Resource Driven-Learning Centered (RD-LC) Instructional D...
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This paper describes an instructional design model that could meet the design needs of institutions of higher learning using online learning

Why to Use Discussions - reflectivelearning
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The literature is firm about the importance of transactional, social, and cognitive presence in online learning as it relates to the online

Commentary: Selective Pressures Affecting Global Higher Education in 201...
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Commentary about the evolution of higher education in 2014 and the selective pressures affecting the learning sector.

Commentary: A Common Misconception About the Cognitive Taxonomy in Instr...
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Seems to me there is a widespread ineffective-practice at many institutions of higher education in course, program, and learning experience

Expectations in Education
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http://www.state.tn.us/education/core_values.shtml Two weeks ago I discussed the continuing struggles Tennessee is having implementing a sch

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Learning is changing
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Learning is changing. In some ways learning has no need to change. In other ways, it is vital. The human race still has an innate desire to