You may have just attended the ISTE Conference. While synchronous live events, such as ISTE and other conferences, workshops, and webinars may be beneficial, it’s not always realistic for us to spend the time or travel the distances to attend them.
Fortunately, there are many e-learning courses out there - for example, if you want to learn how to change a flat tire, remove an appendix, sew on a button, program, or write a business plan, there’s a class for you! But, what types of learning works for you? How do you prefer to learn?
Microlearning is a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small, very specific bursts. The learners are in control of what and when they're learning. Wikipedia
|Social Learning||Social Learning is participating with others to make sense of new ideas. Using social tools, people can gather information and gain new context from people across the globe and around the clock as easily as they could from those they work beside. Marcia Conner, Author of The New Social Learning|
|Project-based||Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an engaging and complex question, problem, or challenge. Buck Institute|
|Digital Game-Based Learning||Digital game-based learning (DGBL) is an instructional method that incorporates educational content or learning principles into video games with the goal of engaging learners. Applications of digital game-based learning draw upon the constructivist theory of education. E Learning NC. Game-based learning includes: Alternate Reality Games, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and simulations.|
|Video-Based Learning||Video-Based Learning is using videos, often found on YouTube to learn from. Video-based learning caters to different learning styles and suits different types of content.|
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