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Jay Cross
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You're one of 1,797 members of the Learning in Organizations Community on Google Plus. 

Since its founding two years ago, our community has morphed into a place to post wisdom, schlock, and self-boosterism. Some days you get lucky and discover a gem in the flow; other days you don't find anything worth your time.

We can make a lot more out of what we've started here if we like. (We've been around longer than most Silicon start-ups.)

For example, this is a spot where you can ask questions and seek advice. Why not? Our group's intimate. We'll always be a safe place, out of the limelight, to float new trial balloons.

We can help one another find things. You might get the real skinny on a vendor, an event, or a service by talking with someone who knows them from experience. As we grow to trust one another, we will form deep relationships. Maybe. At least it wouldn't hurt to post a few questions and see what happens. 

We need not continue to be just a place to read funky articles. The network will come to life when some of us use it as a springboard and become connected by phone and skype to start changing the world together. 

We would benefit from a larger, more diverse membership. Free thinkers. People on the thin end of the Long Tail. Please promote us on your streams. 

Finally, please contribute to the community if you're good at that type of thing. You got great ideas and stories? Post them. Please share your most exciting, zany projects. You show me yours; I'll show you mine. 

By the way, I'm getting very interested in Curation. It's another way to weave information flow and discussion. I'll post a link to my curation or inquiries about informal and experiential learning.  If you're aggregating or curating L&D content, too, please share what you're finding.

If you have suggestions, post them right here. We are an open community. I'm cutting the balloons loose. 


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Experiential, non-sanctioned & accidental learning
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Is anyone here up for the challenge of making more of this community?
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Quizzes and games can distinctively help to grab your learners attention. Check out the research that proves it. http://j.mp/1Svuh4x
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Mikhail Morozov

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"Fractions. Smart Pirates " - popular educational app for iOS and Android devices.

App "Fractions. Smart Pirates " makes learning fractions fun with lots of colourful Caribbean Pirates. Its concept is really easy for children understand and doesn't present anything too complex.

"Fractions. Smart Pirates " is a great tool for teachers and parents who are looking to give children an app for practicing a variety of fractions skills. "Fractions. Smart Pirates " content is aligned with CCSS Mathematics Standards. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fractions.-smart-pirates/id905173962?mt=8. #edapp #eduapp #kids #homeschool #math #fractions #iPad #Android #mac #mathteacher #mathhomework
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Shaona Williams

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Many peoples want to get a well paid job, but some of them don't get a job that they like. You have a well qualified but you are not getting. Then please upgrade your CV to make sure it will give you an edge over your competition. Read on. #career #CV 
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Social Learning

'...most human behaviour is learned observationally...'

Pragmatically:
https://julianstodd.wordpress.com/2014/11/05/scaffolded-social-learning/ #soclrn #socialage #ns
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Shaona Williams

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The trend of taking education through online is growing. Numbers of learners globally are enrolling to #OnlineLearningPogrammes   and other online courses to advance their career.
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Shaona Williams

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With the current progress rate of #education, it would not be before 2080s that every child gets an opportunity to attend a primary school. If it still does not raise your concern, then read on...
If the people thought this is a syndrome infecting the lives of a large population, there must be calls for urgent remedies. But, the deliberate, menacing deterioration of literacy, unawareness and detachment continues decade after decade.
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About this community

This is a place to discuss how people learn to improve their work in the 21st century. I expect we'll talk about social learning, sims, Pull, self-directed, customers, crowdsourcing, complexity, performance support, story-telling, collaboration, internships, reaching the extended enterprise, the convergence of work and learning, the changing nature of knowledge, complexity, and more. This is not the place to post ads for services and courses that have nothing to do with learning in organizations. We will delete them.
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Gerfried Reis

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Want to create online courses?

If you want them to be successful, incorporate feedback from the start!

https://soloprenaut.com/teaching-online/the-online-course-feedback-guide/
Online course feedback is essential to build a successful online course. Find out how to get it right from the start!
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anny gordon

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A huge amount of Americans with #student debt are finding it hard to keep up with their loans.
Only 12.5 of about 22 million borrowers are fully up-to-date.
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Gyan Yagya

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Windows 10 introduction
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Shaona Williams

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Many students can work while they are studying in the UK. Take a look how can you do. 
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Jenny Thompson

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Free eBook—Engagement Tips from Learning Solutions Thought Leaders. http://bit.ly/1Ro91zl
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Gyan Yagya

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42 - Beginners' English Grammar - Clauses - Adjective Clauses
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Mikhail Morozov

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"The best educational apps to kick start learning this summer"
 
"Fractions. Smart Pirate"  #Android

Fractions aren’t the easiest area of maths to get to grips with. This app makes learning fractions fun with lots of colourful Caribbean Pirates. Its concept is also really easy for children understand and doesn’t present anything too complex. Definitely worth purchasing!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ru.vspaces.fractions&hl=en

-Tutor Doctors, UK
http://www.tutordoctor.co.uk/the-best-educational-apps-to-kick-start-learning-this-summer/
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John Miller

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A great way to give students voice and choice.
I would love to hear your thoughts on the Wonder Cafe.
I think you might love it....
 
The Wonder Cafe | Learning Driven by Wonder, Lead by Students | Free at http://www.agileclassrooms.com/#!wonder-cafe/kdp2t

The Wonder Cafe is a structured, expedient, and light way for students and staff to drive their own learning and discussions.
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Shaona Williams

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The academic professionals especially the primary teachers express their grave concerns regarding children's excessive usage of smartphones. 
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