How Peer-to-peer Components Light up Mobile Learning

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Online Forums 2014 - September 18, 2014
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Thomas Garrod

Organizational Development and Learning Consultant

Most learning is content specific, while the platform is tailor made to support peer-to-peer interaction. But most corporate learning employs the old programmed learning model.

Participants in this session will learn what the problem is and see a proposed solution with examples. You'll get involved in a Pictionary-like experiment that demonstrates the power of group learning. You’ll discover how leveraging peers promises considerably better learner engagement while lowering development costs.

In this session, you will learn:

  • A better learning model, one you can apply to any learning
  • How including learners in the learning process shifts the development burden
  • A simple formula for course design and development
  • Simple video strategies

Novice through advanced designers, developers, managers, directors, VPs, CLOs, executives, and other eLearning professionals. Learners will benefit most if they have some understanding of the course-design process but anyone with a desire to develop learning can benefit. Learning managers can benefit the most.


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