Transcript: August 29 – “Back To School”

20:31 lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:31 soozietwits RT @lrnchat: #lrnchat now! It’s the most wonderful time of the year……..”Back to School” – hurrah!
20:31 Tracy_Parish RT @lrnchat: #lrnchat now! It’s the most wonderful time of the year……..”Back to School”
20:32 willconstantine I don’t want the summer to be over! #lrnchat
20:32 lodtrain Happy to be #lrnchat ing and back to school from IT global clickity click and tappity tap education
20:32 lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:32 CandiceCPLP Hi, everyone. Happy back to school! #lrnchat
20:32 TriciaRansom woo-hoo….I get to #lrnchat tonight!!!
20:32 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:32 Quinnovator time once again for the memestream extravaganza that is #lrnchat; duck or (better yet), join! Welcome to new and returning participants!
20:32 eLearninCyclops Jeff Goldman – eLearning Designer / Developer (1-man shop) in Baltimore, MD. Lookin fwd to 2nite’s #lrnchat
20:33 willconstantine I have signed up on @odesk for some interesting projects. #lrnchat
20:33 lodtrain Working on iPad mobile tiny sushi bite training using storyline and lectora #lrnchat
20:33 TriciaRansom Next 60 min I’m going to be tweeting the awesomeness that is #lrnchat…come join us to learn about learning!
20:33 Quinnovator Clark Quinn, L&D revolutionary, performance technology strategist, author/speaker/consultant, genial malcontent, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
20:33 MichelleLBaker Watch out for multi-tweets…#lrnchat is starting. Join us!
20:33 CandiceCPLP Candice in NC here. Still working on training non-trainers. Still. Working. #lrnchat
20:33 soozietwits RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 britz Hittin’ some lrnchat tonight. Hittin’ it hard #lrnchat
20:34 willconstantine Come join #lrnchat !!
20:34 MichelleLBaker Michelle, Indy, Learning Consultant. Hiya, #lrnchat!
20:34 anicole87 I am here! glad to be! RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
20:34 melissachess Melissa Hess. Instructional Designer. New to #lrnchat. Recently relocated to Canberra, Australia and am job hunting.
20:35 2be2learn hello #lrnchat. I am a Chief Learning Officer working on digital badging at work and my Ch 2 for my EdD dissertation by night
20:35 britz Mark Britz, Leading L&D in corporate America (Syracuse, NY to be specific)
#lrnchat
20:35 CandiceCPLP Inspired by last week’s #lrnchat, I restarted my language study. Gracias, #lrnchat!
20:36 MattGuyan Hi everyone, I’m Matt an ID from Australia #lrnchat
20:36 britz @anicole87 Hi Allison #lrnchat
20:36 anicole87 Allison Michels. All things Yammer + “social” learning. PHX, AZ where it rained and I heard thunder today! Crazy times #lrnchat
20:36 mobilejson I love learning and mobile #lrnchat http://t.co/iLRaMRhGCY
20:36 soozietwits #lrnchat – Soozie Bea, Networking & Universal Design Ed, too passionate to make any $$ apparently😉
20:36 willconstantine Will Constantine, Senior Trainer for an EMR company #lrnchat
20:37 anicole87 @britz heyo Mark! Pumped to be joining Lrnchat — helps with my twitter addiction… #lrnchat
20:37 lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 _MeredithP #lrnchat Meredith Parrish. L&D consultant to mining and manufacturing companies. Brisbane Australia.
20:37 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 LnDDave Greetings #lrnchat! David Kelly from NY, happy to finally be making a chat!
20:37 eLearninCyclops Learned 2day – Back 2 school means mo forms 2 complete thn last yr. When is schl district getting the forms online? #lrnchat #WritersCramp
20:37 Tracy_Parish Hey everyone. Multi-tasking a bit here. Great to see you all at #lrnchat once again.
20:37 willconstantine Haven’t around in a few months, but here I am! #lrnchat
20:37 Quinnovator a0) learned that I seem to always have a good answer to this sometime in the previous week, but always forget by #lrnchat time!
20:37 MichelleLBaker Q0) I learned the power of a good ol’ needs analysis! #lrnchat
20:38 anicole87 Q0. I learned that sometimes you have it all figured out and sometimes you need to go back to the drawing board. #lrnchat
20:38 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:38 soozietwits RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:38 lodtrain Q0) Learned more about using games with presentations with free tools #lrnchat
20:38 lodtrain RT @MichelleLBaker: Q0) I learned the power of a good ol’ needs analysis! #lrnchat
20:38 lodtrain RT @anicole87: Q0. I learned that sometimes you have it all figured out and sometimes you need to go back to the drawing board. #lrnchat
20:38 TriciaRansom Q0) Thanks to @tmiket, I learned how to put elearning courses on Google drive!! #lrnchat
20:38 Quinnovator a0) learned I can pull off a killer Shrimp Creole when I have to😉 #lrnchat
20:38 2be2learn A0 – I learned to discuss and apply a go-getter balance with a go-giver leadership perspective #lrnchat
20:38 anicole87 Q0. Also learned with how quickly @edmichels can drink Jack Daniels… haha #isItFRIDAYyet? #lrnchat
20:39 Tracy_Parish I’ve been working hard to bend my LMS to my will. It seems to be working. #lrnchat
20:39 MichelleLBaker Looks like some good peeps are here for #lrnchat! Join us for good discussion…(and pardon the tweets!)
20:39 anicole87 @Tracy_Parish those must be strong muscles #lrnchat
20:39 eLearninCyclops Q0) Learned 2day – Than beautiful PPT doesn’t look so beautiful on the big screen in the classroom #lrnchat
20:39 willconstantine I learned more about the critical thinking gaps that our generation (Millienials) has #lrnchat
20:39 britz RT @Tracy_Parish I’ve been working hard to bend my LMS to my will. It seems to be working. #lrnchat / Power!
20:39 soozietwits #lrnchat Q0 – mostly confidence: my own didactic learning is excellent and its beautiful to know my passion and go for it!
20:39 lodtrain “@Tracy_Parish: I’ve been working hard to bend my LMS to my will. It seems to be working. #lrnchat”🙂 u made my day
20:39 LnDDave Q0) I learned that navigation via #GoogleGlass is extremely slick. #lrnchat
20:39 anicole87 @TriciaRansom @tmiket do share! #lrnchat
20:40 melissachess Q0) #lrnchat This week, have learned that I need to be patient. Can’t automatically feel at home in a new place after only three weeks.
20:40 TriciaRansom Q0) Learned I can remove the background from a pic using PowerPoint…see…it’s not all evil! #lrnchat
20:40 soozietwits RT @tracy_parish: I’ve been working hard to bend my LMS to my will. It seems to be working. #lrnchat – YAY! excellent fun! I <3 doing that
20:40 anicole87 @lodtrain HEY Lady! Glad to see you here as well #lrnchat
20:40 mdkemmler Learned Cornerstone LMS has app and was able to launch and complete a test mobile course from it – no plans, just playing #lrnchat
20:40 2be2learn @Tracy_Parish sending you more mental energy for LMS mgmt. #lrnchat
20:40 Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: Q0) I learned that navigation via #GoogleGlass is extremely slick. #lrnchat < so you don’t get glost?
20:40 willconstantine RT @LnDDave: Q0) I learned that navigation via #GoogleGlass is extremely slick. #lrnchat
20:40 GGlassTweets RT @LnDDave: Q0) I learned that navigation via #GoogleGlass is extremely slick. #lrnchat
20:40 soozietwits RT @triciaransom: Q0) Learned I can remove the background from a pic using PowerPoint…see…it’s not all evil! #lrnchat – <3 PPT!
20:40 CandiceCPLP RT @willconstantine: I learned more about the critical thinking gaps that our generation (Millienials) has #lrnchat
20:41 MichelleLBaker Sweeeeeeeet. RT @triciaransom: Q0) Thanks to @tmiket, I learned how to put elearning courses on Google drive!! #lrnchat
20:41 2be2learn @LnDDave cool and jealous #lrnchat
20:41 TriciaRansom @anicole87 @tmiket Here you go…he’s pure genius http://t.co/8sdFUAP7yh #lrnchat
20:41 willconstantine RT @MichelleLBaker: Sweeeeeeeet. RT @triciaransom: Q0) Thanks to @tmiket, I learned how to put elearning courses on Google drive!! #lrnchat
20:41 Tracy_Parish And it’s easy to do. RT @TriciaRansom: Q0) Learned I can remove the background from a pic using PowerPoint. it’s not all evil! #lrnchat
20:41 dayofdoodles And it’s easy to do. RT @TriciaRansom: Q0) Learned I can remove the background from a pic using PowerPoint. it’s not all evil! #lrnchat
20:42 TriciaRansom Super duper easy! RT @Tracy_Parish And it’s easy to do. RT @TriciaRansom: Q0) Learned to remove background from pic using ppt. i #lrnchat
20:42 anicole87 @TriciaRansom PPT is my favorite photo editing tool.. #lrnchat
20:42 soozietwits #lrnchat – love all this talk of making tech work for us, rather then it being an annoying barrier!
20:42 TriciaRansom @anicole87 Mine too #lrnchat
20:42 _Kavi Have a collection of good learnings from Q0! And Q1 will come up on #lrnchat soon. Hmm!
20:42 mplsmaven Angie Elliott in MSP. Learned that you can sync vids w/no playbar in Captivate and have the player skin controls control the video. #lrnchat
20:42 britz A0) The questions, the questions so very important to ask right, right from the start #lrnchat
20:42 TriciaRansom @mplsmaven You can? That’s a great tip…thanks! #lrnchat
20:43 _Kavi @anicole87 @TriciaRansom Will need to figure this out! #lrnchat
20:43 melissachess RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat – love all this talk of making tech work for us, rather then it being an annoying barrier! / #YES!
20:43 soozietwits #lrnchat – shhhhhhhh, its a secret, but I use PPT instead of Photoshop for most tasks… it is one of my ‘NEED’ software programs
20:43 willconstantine @britz I agree #lrnchat
20:43 TriciaRansom RT @soozietwits #lrnchat – shhhhh, its a secret, but I use PPT instead of Photoshop for most tasks…one of my ‘NEED’ software programs
20:44 CandiceCPLP Q0) Learned that the training I fought to put in place is working. NOW the leadership loves it. Yay, metrics! #lrnchat
20:44 lodtrain “@anicole87: @TriciaRansom PPT is my favorite photo editing tool.. #lrnchat” great for elearning w articulate ex add a floor with a shape
20:44 TriciaRansom I use SnagIt and PPT for all my photo editing. Husband has Photoshop…way too complicated for my needs #lrnchat
20:44 lrnchat Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:44 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:44 _Kavi Q.0. I learnt AGAIN, there is no substitute for conversation #Lrnchat
20:44 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:44 _Kavi RT @lrnchat: Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:44 ednaks Leading for Deeper Learning: 10 Proven Strategies #lrnchat (@tvanderark | Getting Smart) http://t.co/xslFpKVZxq #edtech #elearning
20:44 MattGuyan @melissachess it’s a big adjustment to make #lrnchat
20:44 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:45 TriciaRansom Q1) Always say please, excuse me, and thank you. They really do make life easier #lrnchat
20:45 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:45 Quinnovator a1) motor stuff: riding a bike, swimming, surfing #lrnchat
20:45 anicole87 A1. “i before e except after c and ….” yeah I dont know the rest…. I am a horrible speller… #lrnchat
20:45 mdkemmler RT @lrnchat: Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:45 mplsmaven RT @lrnchat: Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:45 willconstantine I remember the ABCs and I remember that are 5280 ft in a mile due to a jingle! #lrnchat
20:45 Quinnovator a1) how to be a good little cog in the industrial machine, still working to ‘unlearn’ it! #lrnchat
20:45 TriciaRansom Q1) If you put something to a song you’ll remember it. Try saying the alphabet w/out singing it. #lrnchat
20:45 nimblecopy Hello @lrnchat! Q1: What kind of things to you remember learning as a kid that have still stuck with you? #lrnchat
20:45 melissachess A1) #lrnchat I remember learning to step back to take a look at big picture/system. It’s not all about me. Has served me well in life.
20:46 CandiceCPLP #lrnchat Q1) How to bake the best brownies ever; how to set a broken bone; how to train a dog to sit, heel and stay
20:46 nickfloro Hi, learned I mow the grass and entertain the little one by pretending to be part of a alien invasion. #lrnchat
20:46 britz A1) stand up for yourself. Nobody else has to #lrnchat
20:46 melissachess A1) #lrnchat also, how to say my ABCs backwards.
20:46 2be2learn A1: #learning to speed read & to properly place my fingers on computer keyboard to type quickly. Do they teach thumb typing now? #lrnchat
20:46 TriciaRansom Q1) My mom taught us to look at the clouds and imagine. #lrnchat
20:46 lodtrain Q1) Learned to get ready in 10 minutes so I could go to work with my dad (to this day can get ready in 10 mins) #lrnchat
20:46 willconstantine A1) I also remember learning how to drive and am so happy that I know how! #lrnchat
20:46 mplsmaven Q1) Do not swim within 30 minutes of eating. #lrnchat
20:46 _Kavi A1. Have fun! In your own way. Things happen! #lrnchat
20:46 soozietwits #lrnchat Q1 – saw Connections & Connections II as a kid and KNEW that it wasn’t I was dumb, I could learn history & science!
20:47 MichelleLBaker Q1) Tell the truth. Do your share. Smile at people. #lrnchat
20:47 Quinnovator a1) how to revise song lyrics so they’re not PC(™)🙂 #lrnchat
20:47 TriciaRansom Q1) How to roll meatballs. Hundreds and hundreds of meatballs. #lrnchat
20:47 _Kavi A1. Make friends. Good friends. #lrnchat🙂
20:47 britz RT @Quinnovator a1) how to revise song lyrics so they’re not PC(™)🙂 #lrnchat
20:47 _Kavi RT @MichelleLBaker: Q1) Tell the truth. Do your share. Smile at people. #lrnchat
20:47 LnDDave A1) I remember a lot of the Mnemonics. #lrnchat
20:47 anicole87 A1. Share my toys. Treat others as I wanted to be treated. #lrnchat
20:47 2be2learn a1: and learning cursive handwriting, still love to write with a pen #lrnchat
20:47 LnDDave RT @britz: A1) stand up for yourself. Nobody else has to #lrnchat
20:48 willconstantine A1) I learned to push my chair in #lrnchat #attackofthemom
20:48 Quinnovator a1) to take on assignments a bit out of your comfort zone, as it challenges you to learn #lrnchat
20:48 TriciaRansom Q1) “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other’s gold.” #lrnchat
20:48 melissachess This too! RT @britz: A1) stand up for yourself. Nobody else has to #lrnchat
20:48 soozietwits RT @britz: RT @Quinnovator a1) how to revise song lyrics so they’re not PC(™)🙂 #lrnchat — LOL – I do that too!
20:48 MattGuyan A1 rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper and paper beats rock #lrnchat
20:48 TriciaRansom I HATE sharing my toys! RT @anicole87 A1. Share my toys. Treat others as I wanted to be treated. #lrnchat
20:48 lodtrain Q1) Learned to enjoy reading and now my kindle #lrnchat
20:48 _Kavi +1 RT @2be2learn: a1: and learning cursive handwriting, still love to write with a pen #lrnchat
20:48 anicole87 YES! RT @TriciaRansom Q1) “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other’s gold.” #lrnchat
20:48 lodtrain RT @TriciaRansom: Q1) “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other’s gold.” #lrnchat
20:48 LnDDave A1) How to play, and to invent play as I go. #lrnchat
20:48 _Kavi RT @anicole87: YES! RT @TriciaRansom Q1) “Make new friends, but keep the old. One is silver and the other’s gold.” #lrnchat
20:48 iDoThat2RT RT @soozietwits: RT @britz: RT @Quinnovator a1) how to revise song lyrics so they’re not PC(™)🙂 #lrnchat — LOL – I do that too!
20:48 _Kavi RT @LnDDave: A1) How to play, and to invent play as I go. #lrnchat
20:48 Quinnovator a1) that a vivid imagination has it’s upsides and downsides #lrnchat
20:49 TriciaRansom Q1) How to sing 100 bottles of beer on the wall, 100 bottles of beer… #lrnchat
20:49 MichelleLBaker A1) Little sisters should not be stuffed into the dryer. Not that I know from experience.😉 #lrnchat
20:49 anicole87 I hate cursive! And writing with a pen. no spellcheck RT @2be2learn: a1: learning cursive handwriting, still love to write w/a pen #lrnchat
20:49 eLearninCyclops Q1) How to place the needle on an LP without scratching my brother’s records #lrnchat
20:49 _Kavi Especially in exam halls! RT @Quinnovator: a1) that a vivid imagination has it’s upsides and downsides #lrnchat
20:49 willconstantine A1) How to still have an imagination #lrnchat
20:49 anicole87 @MichelleLBakerI wanna hear that story…. #lrnchat
20:49 TriciaRansom Q1) “Only boring people are bored.” #lrnchat
20:49 GGlassTweets RT @Quinnovator: RT @LnDDave: Q0) I learned that navigation via #GoogleGlass is extremely slick. #lrnchat < so you don’t get glost?
20:49 soozietwits #lrnchat Q1 – I didn’t get good social skills when i was a kid — puts you at a very bad disadvantage as a adult! (Fixed now! YAY)
20:49 TriciaRansom RT @eLearninCyclops Q1) How to place the needle on an LP without scratching my brother’s records #lrnchat
20:49 nimblecopy A1. @LnDDave Yep me too. Mnemonics. The Greek alphabet and the Statue of Liberty sonnet because they were put to songs. #lrnchat
20:49 _MeredithP RT @TriciaRansom: Q1) If you put something to a song you’ll remember it. Try saying the alphabet w/out singing it. #lrnchat
20:49 Tracy_Parish I remember my grandfather showing me how to clean a fish. all hands on demo
#lrnchat
20:49 soozietwits RT @michellelbaker: A1) Little sisters should not be stuffed into the dryer. Not that I know from experience.😉 #lrnchat — FUN!
20:49 britz RT @TriciaRansom Q1) “Only boring people are bored.” #lrnchat /If you’re bored, you’re boring
20:50 TriciaRansom Q1) C’mon…who remembers School House Rock? #lrnchat
20:50 _Kavi If there are rules, well, they are meant to be broken! #lrnchat
20:50 soozietwits RT @triciaransom: Q1) “Only boring people are bored.” #lrnchat – YES!
20:50 Quinnovator a1) that exploring can be exciting, and has hazards #lrnchat
20:50 TriciaRansom RT @Quinnovator a1) that exploring can be exciting, and has hazards #lrnchat
20:50 Elham_ab A1) fighting for my right instead of crying over it. #lrnchat
20:50 MichelleLBaker @anicole87 – Just wanted to see if she would fit! (She did) #lrnchat
20:50 anicole87 @TriciaRansom yeah.. I’m just a bill… #lrnchat
20:50 TriciaRansom Q1) How to read a map. #lrnchat
20:50 nimblecopy A1. How to get delightfully lost yet find my way back from other worlds of my own making. #lrnchat
20:50 LnDDave A1) That life is often more fun when you break the rules. #lrnchat
20:50 TriciaRansom Q1) Life isn’t always fair. #lrnchat
20:50 eLearninCyclops Q1) Multiplication tables. They don’t teach those much anymore #lrnchat
20:51 ednaks Most Anticipated Back-to-School Technology Tools #lrnchat (@audreywatters | Hack Education) http://t.co/XxBCCY5eyH #edtech #elearning
20:51 TriciaRansom They don’t? Why not? RT @eLearninCyclops Q1) Multiplication tables. They don’t teach those much anymore #lrnchat
20:51 lrnchat Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:51 CandiceCPLP Q1) also remember French table service (thanks,Mom) and how to balance a checkbook. #lrnchat
20:51 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:51 _Kavi oh! Dont they!? RT @eLearninCyclops: Q1) Multiplication tables. They don’t teach those much anymore #lrnchat
20:51 MichelleLBaker Heck yes! RT @triciaransom: Q1) C’mon…who remembers School House Rock? #lrnchat
20:51 eLearninCyclops RT @TriciaRansom Q1) C’mon…who remembers School House Rock? // Those were the best! #lrnchat
20:51 Quinnovator a1) that I was NOT going to fish; catching was OK, smacking it on the head not so much (also, that I’m softhearted) #lrnchat
20:51 2be2learn @MattGuyan I always picked scissors but I don’t know why #lrnchat
20:51 soozietwits RT @quinnovator: a1) that exploring can be exciting, and has hazards #lrnchat — YAY for exploring
20:51 anicole87 A1. how to eat and drive. Horrible but my parents gave me food bc they knew I would when I drove by myself #lrnchat
20:51 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:51 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:51 Elham_ab “@_MeredithP #lrnchat Storytelling creates such powerful memories. Some ppl are good at it some are not though. It can be an art.”
20:51 soozietwits RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:51 britz A1) How to make cool noises with my hand & arm pit… does that count? #lrnchat
20:51 TriciaRansom Q1) I learned how to drive a stick shift! #lrnchat
20:51 Tracy_Parish Q2) There was a lot more mud and sticks involved as a kid than as an adult. #lrnchat
20:52 nimblecopy RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:52 urbie #lrnchat A1 in penmanship class. The No. 2 pencil with the square rubber thing near the tip. Drawing ovals like mad for neat writing.
20:52 futurethink_ist #lrnchat a1) that learning is forever and there’s no definitive path or way
20:52 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:52 TriciaRansom Q2) Adults are more afraid. It’s harder to get them to try things. #lrnchat
20:52 eLearninCyclops @TriciaRansom Guess they frown on memorization? #lrnchat
20:52 2be2learn RT @TriciaRansom: Q1) C’mon…who remembers School House Rock? #lrnchat
20:52 nimblecopy A2. Adults tend to think of learning as an “event” while kids don’t think of learning as a “thing” at all. #lrnchat
20:52 Tracy_Parish Q2) Structured adult learning does not seem fun. Even when smelly markers are involved. #lrnchat
20:52 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:52 willconstantine A2) when dealing with adults they usually know more than a kid so don’t assume they know nothing #lrnchat
20:52 melissachess A2) #lrnchat Feel like adult lrng is more serious. I know it’s not, but time is so limited. Opportunity costs and all.
20:52 lodtrain RT @TriciaRansom: Q2) Adults are more afraid. It’s harder to get them to try things. #lrnchat
20:52 CandiceCPLP Q2 Adults are less willing to take risks or appear stupid. #lrnchat
20:52 Quinnovator a2) unfortunately, learning as an adult can have the fun extracted; school teaches you that #lrnchat
20:53 _Kavi Adults come with ‘experience’ ! Atleast a mindset! #lrnchat
20:53 nickfloro Q1 I remember when writing you can’t repurpose a word to show how very very very very very much you liked the reading. grd 1 #LRNCHAT
20:53 Quinnovator RT @CandiceCPLP: Q2 Adults are less willing to take risks or appear stupid. #lrnchat
20:53 soozietwits #lrnchat Q2 – for me, informal learning is always key. As an adult, you need to fight to fit in time for informal learning, less so for kids
20:53 urbie #lrnchat A2 adults learning don’t have nearly as much fun as kids. To hear Sir Ken tell it: it’s all downhill after 3rd grade.
20:53 TriciaRansom Q2) You know, an 8 hr “training session” is an awful lot like an 8 hr schoolday #lrnchat
20:53 futurethink_ist #lrnchat a2) purpose, purpose and purpose. Subjectivity is master for adults
20:53 anicole87 A2. Books. Tests. Pride. Ego. Politics. #lrnchat
20:53 katelattuca RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:53 _Kavi RT @TriciaRansom: Q2) You know, an 8 hr “training session” is an awful lot like an 8 hr schoolday #lrnchat
20:53 Elham_ab @_MeredithP, yes and story telling #lrnchat
20:53 Quinnovator a2) adults have more pre-existing knowledge, for better or worse #lrnchat
20:53 Tracy_Parish Sometimes that experience comes with biases though. RT @_Kavi: Adults come with ‘experience’ ! Atleast a mindset! #lrnchat
20:53 _Kavi And not as much fun! RT @TriciaRansom: Q2) You know, an 8 hr “training session” is an awful lot like an 8 hr schoolday #lrnchat
20:53 britz Q2) Adults have many previous experiences that hinder or enhance new learning opportunities #lrnchat
20:53 eLearninCyclops RT @lodtrain RT @TriciaRansom: Q2) Adults are more afraid. It’s harder to get them to try things. // Sadly, often true #lrnchat
20:53 melissachess YES! Def notice this when I teach SUP. RT @candicecplp: Q2 Adults are less willing to take risks or appear stupid. #lrnchat
20:54 lodtrain Q2) You have a different approach with adults and learning – but… I use games now like would with kids like xwordpuzzles 4 lrning #lrnchat
20:54 MattGuyan A2 adults can be affected by their learning experiences as a kid #lrnchat
20:54 TriciaRansom Q2) Kids learn because adults tell them (talking bout school here). Adults learn because they have to. #lrnchat
20:54 _Kavi @Tracy_Parish And yes! Have seen it more as a hindrance to learn new stuff #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator a2) adults *can* have better ‘learning to learn’ skills, but not necessarily #lrnchat
20:54 nickfloro RT @anicole87: @TriciaRansom yeah.. I’m just a bill… #lrnchat
20:54 soozietwits #lrnchat – some (bad) adult learning I’ve experienced have been condescending — not flexible for backgrounds and experiences
20:54 LnDDave A1) Adult learning doesn’t look that different; In both cases the learner is often treated like a child by the instructor. #lrnchat
20:54 anicole87 A. Money. Advancement. Passion. #lrnchat
20:54 2be2learn a2 – self directed adult learning motivates achievement #lrnchat
20:54 CandiceCPLP Q2) Adults have more experiences, biases and cultural baggage than kids, need coaxing to ‘come along’, but like having fun, too! #lrnchat
20:54 lodtrain Q2) Adults mandatory = bad, kids not so much (they take it in stride) #lrnchat
20:55 lodtrain RT @anicole87: A. Money. Advancement. Passion. #lrnchat
20:55 CandiceCPLP RT @MattGuyan: A2 adults can be affected by their learning experiences as a kid #lrnchat
20:55 eLearninCyclops Q2) Adults don’t learn enuf for just learning sake & when it is for the job they get too serious about it. #lrnchat
20:55 Tracy_Parish RT @eLearninCyclops: Q2) Adults don’t learn enuf for just learning sake & when it is for the job they get too serious about it. #lrnchat
20:55 TriciaRansom Q2) Adults are conscious of the ramifications of learning. Kids aren’t. #lrnchat
20:55 LnDDave A2) Adult learning could be great, but we try to shoehorn it into the “school” structure. #lrnchat
20:56 mdkemmler RT @eLearninCyclops: Q2) Adults don’t learn enuf for just learning sake & when it is for the job they get too serious about it. #lrnchat
20:56 willconstantine A2) When kids learn it is amazing, when adults learn it is even more amazing! #lrnchat
20:56 Quinnovator a2) adults often have more resources to bring to bear to learn what they want, kids have time #lrnchat
20:56 lodtrain q2) Adults still want to learn but want shorter bursts low attn span wait kids too🙂 #lrnchat
20:56 CandiceCPLP @eLearninCyclops yes, Jeff WAY too serious! #lrnchat
20:56 melissachess Well said. RT @triciaransom: Q2) Adults are conscious of the ramifications of learning. Kids aren’t. #lrnchat
20:56 TriciaRansom I miss wearing my new “back-to-school” clothes tho. And the smell of a new Trapper Keeper #lrnchat
20:56 _Kavi Adults make meaning out of experiences! The capability for reflection is higher with wider experiences #lrnchat
20:56 Elham_ab “@TriciaRansom: Q1)Always say please, excuse me, and thank you.They really do make life easier #lrnchat” and apologize for sth you did wrong
20:56 TriciaRansom @melissachess Thanks #lrnchat
20:57 nimblecopy A2. Adults are too aware of their perceived limitations. #lrnchat
20:57 soozietwits #lrnchat Q2 – they get obsessed with certificates! seriously! (badges are cooler!)
20:57 MattGuyan @2be2learn interesting. I lost a rock-off last night and had to do the dishes after dinner😦 #lrnchat
20:57 DHL66 A2 adults want to learn in byte sized chunks #lrnchat
20:57 _Kavi RT @Quinnovator: a2) adults often have more resources to bring to bear to learn what they want, kids have time #lrnchat
20:57 lodtrain RT @TriciaRansom: I miss wearing my new “back-to-school” clothes tho. And the smell of a new Trapper Keeper #lrnchat
20:57 Tracy_Parish Ya, if I learn too much they might make me do more.🙂 RT @melissachess: Well said. RT @triciaransom #lrnchat
20:57 MichelleLBaker A2) Kids often take what is given to them from a teacher as gospel. Adults question, reason, compare & sometimes argue…#lrnchat
20:57 LnDDave A2) Adults often lose the wonder of learning because school and work are fill with prescribed learning curriculum. #lrnchat
20:57 willconstantine @TriciaRansom always a pair of new sneakers! And notebooks! #lrnchat
20:57 TriciaRansom RT @LnDDave A2) Adults often lose the wonder of learning because school and work are fill with prescribed learning curriculum. #lrnchat
20:57 anicole87 A2. Wait. When do we become adults? High school? College? Corporate world?! #lrnchat
20:57 TriciaRansom pens/paper RT @willconstantine @TriciaRansom always a pair of new sneakers! And notebooks! #lrnchat
20:58 britz RT @anicole87 A2. Wait. When do we become adults? High school? College? Corporate world?! #lrnchat
20:58 soozietwits RT @lnddave: A2) Adult learning could be great, but we try to shoehorn it into the “school” structure. #lrnchat – agreed!
20:58 TriciaRansom Who said we ARE adults anyway? RT @anicole87 A2. Wait. When do we become adults? High school? College? Corporate world?! #lrnchat
20:58 Dcope24 “@lrnchat: Q2: that is supposed to not be fun. A stigma to it that we are adults. Afraid to let others know you don’t know. #lrnchat”
20:58 LnDDave RT @Quinnovator: a2) adults often have more resources to bring to bear to learn what they want, kids have time #lrnchat
20:58 urbie #lrnchat A2 the colorful 8 1/2 x 11s from 2nd grade are 2×2 yellow stickies in adult school. No crayons. Smelly dry erase markers. #yuck
20:58 Quinnovator a2) particularly before schooling extinguishes the love of learning, kids learn joyfully #lrnchat
20:58 lrnchat Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:58 willconstantine RT @anicole87: A2. Wait. When do we become adults? High school? College? Corporate world?! #lrnchat
20:58 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:58 MarieKenerson A2) Wonder #lrnchat
20:58 _Kavi RT @lrnchat: Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:58 soozietwits RT @LnDDave A2) Adults often lose the wonder of learning because school and work are fill with prescribed learning curriculum. #lrnchat TRUE
20:58 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:58 TriciaRansom Q3) I was that prissy type…always in the “smart groups”…made me feel good. #lrnchat
20:59 melissachess A2) #lrnchat So, consensus is that adults are generally too serious abt lrng & need to embrace wonder and fun.
20:59 2be2learn @soozietwits agree Soozie, I am a validated credential junkie, morphing to concept of badging and learning chunks😉 #lrnchat
20:59 nimblecopy RT @lrnchat: Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:59 LnDDave A2) We have more acceptance of ‘play’ as a source of learning for kids that we do for adults. #lrnchat
20:59 eLearninCyclops Q3) It was all new! #lrnchat
20:59 anicole87 @TriciaRansom @britz right? ? ! #lrnchat
20:59 Quinnovator a2) reminded: 7 C’s of natural learning: choose, commit, crash, create, copy, converse, collaborate http://t.co/wloADIv60B #lrnchat
20:59 Tracy_Parish Q3) When you are learning as a kid nothing seems out of your “realm” of possibility. As an adult we stop ourselves. #lrnchat
20:59 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:59 TriciaRansom Q3) You didn’t even know it was happening…learning that is. It was all exciting and new #lrnchat
20:59 Elham_ab RT @lrnchat: Q2: How does adult learning differ from kid learning? #lrnchat
20:59 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
20:59 soozietwits #lrnchat Q3 – I’ve learnt better as an adult when I get back to informal ‘kid learning’ style
20:59 nickfloro 2 Designing for kids you have to think how to have fun & explore. Need to use the explore + informal and mix into our learning #lrnchat
20:59 bulldog2332 “@Quinnovator: a2) particularly before schooling extinguishes the love of learning, kids learn joyfully #lrnchat” #truth
20:59 TriciaRansom Q3) There seemed to be so much more imagination in my life when I was a kid. #lrnchat
21:00 willconstantine Q3) Something about it now makes it seem easy because we know, but when we were kids, it had relative challenge to what we face now #lrnchat
21:00 CandiceCPLP RT @LnDDave: A2) We have more acceptance of ‘play’ as a source of learning for kids that we do for adults. #lrnchat
21:00 lodtrain RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) It was all new! #lrnchat
21:00 eLearninCyclops Q3) Much more hands on – Nothing better than building an exploding volcano🙂 #lrnchat
21:00 Dcope24 “@lrnchat: Q3: fearless and freedom to not know everything. #lrnchat”
21:00 nickfloro RT @willconstantine: A2) When kids learn it is amazing, when adults learn it is even more amazing! #lrnchat
21:00 TriciaRansom Q1) Just remembered “Run, duck, and cover” #lrnchat
21:00 LearnNuggets Q3) There were no HR policies when I was learning as a kid.
#lrnchat
21:00 nickfloro RT @lodtrain: q2) Adults still want to learn but want shorter bursts low attn span wait kids too🙂 #lrnchat
21:00 MarieKenerson RT @_Kavi: Adults make meaning out of experiences! The capability for reflection is higher with wider experiences #lrnchat
21:00 anicole87 A3. You had an invested teacher. That you saw more than once a year. #lrnchat
21:00 DHL66 A3 I learn better when it’s a game, or I make it into a game in my head #lrnchat
21:00 LnDDave A3) Kids are not hampered by their ego and what “they should know”. #lrnchat
21:00 TriciaRansom RT @LearnNuggets Q3) There were no HR policies when I was learning as a kid.
#lrnchat
21:00 eLearninCyclops RT @TriciaRansom Q3) There seemed to be so much more imagination in my life when I was a kid. #lrnchat
21:00 lodtrain Q3) You learned in groups in a classroom more than individually #lrnchat
21:00 MichelleLBaker A3) No fear! #lrnchat
21:00 Tracy_Parish Q3) When I watch kids learn they seem to pick anything up instantly. It seems to take longer as an adult. #lrnchat
21:00 briandusablon The next great elearning “focus” feature? “Researcher Controls Another Person’s Brain Over the Internet” http://t.co/7MmOL3duCy #lrnchat
21:00 Quinnovator a3) we chose what we cared about, committed to it, were willing to crash, created, copied examples, conversed, & collaborated #lrnchat
21:00 DHL66 RT @LearnNuggets: Q3) There were no HR policies when I was learning as a kid.
#lrnchat
21:00 eLearninCyclops RT @CandiceCPLP RT @LnDDave: A2) We have more acceptance of ‘play’ as a source of learning for kids that we do for adults. #lrnchat
21:01 2be2learn a3: we can suck the life out of #learning at any age – keep it a quest, keep it fun, keep it “kid friendly” #lrnchat
21:01 LearnNuggets Q3) Innocent discovery as apposed to mandated compliance. #lrnchat
21:01 nimblecopy A3. As kids we’re not so aware of “mistakes” or the judgments we assume will result from them. #lrnchat
21:01 melissachess A3) #lrnchat Perceived lower stakes = better. I remember not understanding why I was having to learn that particular subject. #context
21:01 Dcope24 RT @LnDDave: A3) Kids are not hampered by their ego and what “they should know”. #lrnchat
21:01 LnDDave RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) It was all new! #lrnchat
21:01 soozietwits #lrnchat Q3 – I love CoP and PLN because it is the best of ‘kid learning’. Soooo passionate about this, it’s what I use my superpowers for!
21:01 TriciaRansom Q3) as a kid, I didn’t really care if I learned or not. My parents did…the whole ramification of learning thing again. #lrnchat
21:01 lodtrain Q3) Parents were your support group, your sponsors, great grades = rewards #lrnchat
21:01 MarieKenerson @_Kavi #lrnchat meta cognition is higher level order thinking available to adults in ideal world.
21:02 2be2learn @TriciaRansom Tricia – I try to make “white space” on my calendar to imagine, innovate, and find inspiration #lrnchat
21:02 MichelleLBaker A3) We actually played outside. Faces weren’t constantly in a device. Unplugged. #lrnchat
21:02 TriciaRansom Q3) The only ramification in school was a bad grade (lecture, grounding). Now it’s money, shelter, food. #lrnchat
21:02 2be2learn RT @LearnNuggets: Q3) Innocent discovery as apposed to mandated compliance. #lrnchat
21:02 LnDDave A3) Kids allow themselves to be amazed by discovery; we adults are skeptical of everything. #lrnchat
21:02 atomic_learning How does your district support accessible instruction? http://t.co/mzY1d7OhkC #spedchat #edchat #cpchat #lrnchat #edtech
21:02 TriciaRansom @2be2learn smart! #lrnchat
21:02 Tracy_Parish Q3) Every small success is huge in the eyes of a kid, as an adult we forget to celebrate the little learnings. #lrnchat
21:02 _Kavi RT @LnDDave: A3) Kids allow themselves to be amazed by discovery; we adults are skeptical of everything. #lrnchat
21:02 _Kavi RT @Tracy_Parish: Q3) Every small success is huge in the eyes of a kid, as an adult we forget to celebrate the little learnings. #lrnchat
21:02 CandiceCPLP @LearnNuggets Agreed, and oh, those compliance courses – murder! #lrnchat
21:02 MattGuyan @soozietwits me too. Just be open to new things and give them go #lrnchat
21:02 lodtrain RT @MichelleLBaker: A3) We actually played outside. Faces weren’t constantly in a device. Unplugged. #lrnchat
21:02 willconstantine Q3) “You know the names of all the Pokemon but you don’t know dates In history” interest and grabbing the right brain waves #lrnchat
21:02 lodtrain RT @Tracy_Parish: Q3) Every small success is huge in the eyes of a kid, as an adult we forget to celebrate the little learnings. #lrnchat
21:02 melissachess RT @lnddave: A2) We have more acceptance of ‘play’ as a source of learning for kids that we do for adults. #lrnchat
21:03 Quinnovator a3) if you understand alignment, best learning IS engaging experience, see Raph Koster’s Theory of Fun #lrnchat (and http://t.co/xfugi8fonX)
21:03 DHL66 I tell my team to stop thinking they know everything and go explore and play #lrnchat
21:03 LnDDave A3) Kids just try things, adults run everything through risk and fear filters before acting. #lrnchat
21:03 _MeredithP RT @LnDDave: A3) Kids allow themselves to be amazed by discovery; we adults are skeptical of everything. #lrnchat
21:03 LnDDave RT @LearnNuggets: Q3) There were no HR policies when I was learning as a kid.
#lrnchat
21:03 TriciaRansom Q3) When I was a kid, we had to play. Who else heard “Change out of your school clothes and go play”? #lrnchat
21:03 britz Q3) The feeling of failure to learn easily evaporated as a child #lrnchat
21:03 soozietwits RT @dhl66: I tell my team to stop thinking they know everything and go explore and play #lrnchat – YAY!
21:03 willconstantine @LnDDave it also depends on how you were raised and the perspectives that were bialy taught to you #lrnchat
21:03 mdkemmler That’s why we had memorize state capitols! “@LearnNuggets: Q3) Innocent discovery as apposed to mandated compliance. #lrnchat”
21:03 lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: a3) if you understand alignment, best learning IS engaging experience, see Raph Koster’s Theory of Fun #lrnchat (and http:…
21:04 Tracy_Parish Play for kids is always and open door to learning – adults feel too self-conscious to let themselves just have fun and learn. #lrnchat
21:04 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3: What’s better about “kid learning” or learning when you were a kid? #lrnchat
21:04 LnDDave RT @TriciaRansom: Q3) The only ramification in school was a bad grade (lecture, grounding). Now it’s money, shelter, food. #lrnchat
21:04 Quinnovator a3) learning without fear, from passion, is best learning #lrnchat
21:04 anicole87 RT @Tracy_Parish Q3) Every small success is huge in the eyes of a kid, as an adult we forget to celebrate the little learnings #lrnchat
21:04 MattGuyan A3 less self conscious as a kid, more open to trying new things #lrnchat
21:04 LearnNuggets Q3) The fear of ‘not’ learning something is absent #lrnchat
21:04 eLearninCyclops Q3) More diversity in topics – As adults we sometimes focus too much on 1 field or area of expertise #lrnchat
21:04 Dcope24 “Crash and burn was reveried. @Quinnovator: a3) we ..were willing to crash, created, copied examples, conversed, & collaborated #lrnchat”
21:04 LnDDave RT @LearnNuggets: Q3) Innocent discovery as apposed to mandated compliance. #lrnchat
21:04 soozietwits RT @lnddave: A3) Kids allow themselves to be amazed by discovery; we adults are skeptical of everything. #lrnchat – sad but true
21:04 melissachess RT @lnddave: A3) Kids just try things, adults run everything through risk and fear filters before acting. #lrnchat
21:04 anicole87 And selfish! RT @LnDDave A3) Kids allow themselves to be amazed by discovery; we adults are skeptical of everything. #lrnchat
21:04 LearnNuggets Q3) Kids don’t “expect something in return.” #lrnchat
21:04 Quinnovator @TriciaRansom actually, it was ‘go outside and play’😉 #lrnchat
21:04 LnDDave RT @Tracy_Parish: Q3) Every small success is huge in the eyes of a kid, as an adult we forget to celebrate the little learnings. #lrnchat
21:04 eLearninCyclops Q3) More art #lrnchat
21:04 lodtrain Q3) We have a game room at work and folks really play – good to have this recess #lrnchat
21:04 MarieKenerson A3) It was a wide open field of potential connections for making meaning. Full of sparks! #lrnchat
21:05 TriciaRansom Q3) Kids don’t have filters, life experiences, and other baggage. #lrnchat
21:05 MichelleLBaker A3) We could learn without jargon like, “We should be vetting this, so we can grab the low-hanging fruit.” #lrnchat
21:05 2be2learn @MichelleLBaker and our parents could not call or text us – those were the days #lrnchat Learning limits/boundaries of growing up
21:05 _Kavi That ‘outside’ has been taken over by a screen! RT @Quinnovator: @TriciaRansom actually, it was ‘go outside and play’😉 #lrnchat
21:05 soozietwits RT @learnnuggets: Q3) Innocent discovery as apposed to mandated compliance. #lrnchat – yes yes yes
21:05 DHL66 Remove the fear of failure, kids don’t ave fear #lrnchat
21:05 CandiceCPLP RT @eLearninCyclops: Q3) More art #lrnchat
21:05 willconstantine Q3) Criticism of accomplishments as an adult. A small win is a big win to a kid. #lrnchat
21:05 lrnchat Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:05 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:05 urbie #lrnchat A3 kids learning are fearless/clueless. Adults have regulatory mandated training.
21:05 DHL66 RT @lodtrain: Q3) We have a game room at work and folks really play – good to have this recess #lrnchat
21:05 _Kavi RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:05 anicole87 @Quinnovator cant remember much passion in K-12… I had a passion for being the social butterfly and popularity. #lrnchat
21:05 eLearninCyclops RT @LearnNuggets Q3) Kids don’t “expect something in return.” // Maybe a gold star🙂 #lrnchat
21:05 Quinnovator a3) bad first attempts were still ‘good’, doing something bad (at first) was better than not doing anything #lrnchat
21:05 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:05 TriciaRansom Q4) I know WHY I’m learning something. It is meaningful to me. #lrnchat
21:06 soozietwits #lrnchat Q3 – failure is about learning
21:06 willconstantine Q3i think that concept of small win = big win is a block for Millienials #lrnchat
21:06 LearnNuggets RT @eLearninCyclops RT @LearnNuggets Q3) Kids don’t “expect something in return.” // Maybe a gold star🙂 < or Happy Meal. #lrnchat
21:06 melissachess I hate that we/adults overcomplicate things. RT @triciaransom: Q3) Kids don’t have filters, life experiences, and other baggage. #lrnchat
21:06 Quinnovator @anicole87 am comparing pre-schooling to post-schooling, passion pre-K is pretty high, only learn what you want to #lrnchat
21:06 eLearninCyclops RT @TriciaRansom Q3) Kids don’t have filters, life experiences, and other baggage. #lrnchat
21:06 nimblecopy RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:06 soozietwits RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:06 LnDDave A3) As a kid, you’re often starting to learn something new from a blank slate; we don’t get that chance as often as adults. #lrnchat
21:06 TriciaRansom Q3) “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” #lrnchat
21:06 MarieKenerson A3) adults and kids are always learning, humans make meaning nonstop. so is it quality, quantity, velocity? #lrnchat
21:06 lodtrain Q4) For adults there seems to be so much more to learn and sooo many sources i.e. social and global reach easier now YAY #lrnchat
21:06 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:06 CandiceCPLP @MichelleLBaker Ugh. and ‘leverage the assets’ #lrnchat
21:06 _Kavi RT @MarieKenerson: A3) adults and kids are always learning, humans make meaning nonstop. so is it quality, quantity, velocity? #lrnchat
21:06 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:06 TriciaRansom RT @CandiceCPLP @MichelleLBaker Ugh. and ‘leverage the assets’ #lrnchat
21:06 urbie #lrnchat A3 kids running around at recess, tongue sticking out = frolic. An adult does it during break = trip to HR or worse.
21:06 LearnNuggets Q3) Kids fail = “Lemme try again.” Adults fail = “This material is incorrect.” #lrnchat
21:07 _Kavi RT @LearnNuggets: Q3) Kids fail = “Lemme try again.” Adults fail = “This material is incorrect.” #lrnchat
21:07 soozietwits #lrnchat Q4 – I know my passions and interests better now… and I have the technology nodes/network to achieve it!
21:07 willconstantine Q4) you can reflect on past experiences to help you. Sometimes it can be a road block though #lrnchat
21:07 anicole87 RT @LearnNuggets Q3) Kids fail = “Lemme try again.” Adults fail = “This material is incorrect.” #lrnchat
21:07 MarieKenerson A3) as an adult I can learn what I care about. #lrnchat
21:07 2be2learn a4: I appreciate #learning as an adult. I seek things that interest me and people who challenge & expand my thinking #lrnchat
21:07 Quinnovator a4) have better learning skills, able to distinguish must from wanna, relearning to learn with passion #lrnchat
21:07 Dcope24 A3) badges of honor vor failing. #lrnchat”
21:07 DHL66 A4. I learn because I can and want to explore different subjects it isn’t always about what’s good for me at work #lrnchat
21:07 urbie #lrnchat A3 kids have report cards. Adults have LMS.
21:07 melissachess A4) #lrnchat As adult, I can pursue/learn what I like and generally disregard things I don’t. Luckily, my work & personal interests overlap.
21:07 Tracy_Parish As and adult I can often control what I learn and how I want to learn it. #lrnchat (no calculus theory)
21:07 soozietwits RT @learnnuggets: Q3) Kids fail = “Lemme try again.” Adults fail = “This material is incorrect.” #lrnchat
21:07 LnDDave A4) Context. I learn more from reflecting and building connections between topics than from the raw content itself. #lrnchat
21:07 nickfloro A4 The integration of technology + learning blows me away today compared to what we had as kids and applies to adult + kids today #lrnchat
21:07 CandiceCPLP Q4 – now there’s the interwebs! Hours of fun for everyone! #lrnchat
21:07 LearnNuggets RT @urbie #lrnchat A3 kids have report cards. Adults have LMS. < LOL
21:07 eLearninCyclops Q4) Getting more decisions on what to learn – what’s relevant to me. #lrnchat
21:08 TriciaRansom Q4) Think learning as an adult is like Pandora. I pick what I like and stick w/it, and don’t get that eureka moment of discovery. #lrnchat
21:08 mlisle @lrnchat q3) marshmallow experiment sums it up nicely http://t.co/v6SrgGY2u0 #lrnchat
21:08 melissachess RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat Q4 – I know my passions and interests better now… and I have the technology nodes/network to achieve it!
21:08 lodtrain RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat Q4 – I know my passions and interests better now… and I have the technology nodes/network to achieve it!
21:08 nimblecopy A4. The Internet was not around when I was a kid! Excellent tool for self-directed learning. Still seems crazy that it even exists. #lrnchat
21:08 willconstantine Q4) there is also some kind of span of control with how much you have to learn. Forcing anything creates a wall. #lrnchat
21:08 soozietwits RT @dcope24: A3) badges of honor vor failing. #lrnchat”
21:08 nickfloro A4 I guess that can be another #lrnchat discussion how technology has changed how we learn…
21:08 TriciaRansom RT @urbie #lrnchat A3 kids have report cards. Adults have LMS.
21:08 lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: a4) have better learning skills, able to distinguish must from wanna, relearning to learn with passion #lrnchat
21:08 eLearninCyclops RT @anicole87 RT @LearnNuggets Q3) Kids fail = “Lemme try again.” Adults fail = “This material is incorrect.” #lrnchat
21:08 MichelleLBaker A4) I know myself. That I’m easily distracted. That I learn better in certain environments. What I’m passionate about. #lrnchat
21:08 MarieKenerson A3) kids have humility. #lrnchat
21:08 willconstantine @DHL66 this is true #lrnchat
21:08 melissachess #yes RT @lnddave: A4) Context. I learn more from reflecting & building connections between topics than from the raw content itself. #lrnchat
21:08 Quinnovator a4) much better learning to learn skills, know how to use diagramming, notes, reflection, etc; able to have avocation be vocation #lrnchat
21:08 MichelleLBaker A4) That it’s okay to be a little bit introverted. No need to be self-conscious about it. #lrnchat
21:09 TriciaRansom Q4) Make conscious connections now. #lrnchat
21:09 LearnNuggets Q4) I have more appreciation for knowledge than when I was struggling with World History in H.S. #lrnchat
21:09 Dcope24 A4) i love that I choose what to learn! #lrnchat”
21:09 _MeredithP A4) Sometimes we will learn without realising it. #lrnchat
21:09 LnDDave A4) As an adult, your interests are more formed, and you are fully empowered to explore them. #lrnchat
21:09 Tracy_Parish Q4) I seek out the people that will show me what I want to learn more about. #lrnchat
21:09 lodtrain RT @MichelleLBaker: A4) That it’s okay to be a little bit introverted. No need to be self-conscious about it. #lrnchat
21:09 MattGuyan A4 I have more freedom to choose what I want to learn about, just need more time to do it #lrnchat
21:09 CandiceCPLP @MichelleLBaker Indeed! #lrnchat
21:09 melissachess A4) #lrnchat Technology as adult is cooler. Still waiting for Matrix like plug-in tho.
21:10 LearnNuggets Q4) I today’s era, if you’re not in love with the ability to learn ANYTHING at a moment’s notice, you may need a Dr. #lrnchat
21:10 TriciaRansom Q4) EVERYONE has more appreciation for learning than suffering thru World History in HS. #lrnchat
21:10 soozietwits #lrnchat Q4 – as an adult, I’ve been able to explore my own learning gifts and disabilities, and make choices with ADHD that kids can’t
21:10 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:10 LearnNuggets RT @melissachess A4) #lrnchat Technology as adult is cooler. Still waiting for Matrix like plug-in tho.
21:10 anicole87 A4. Learning Just in Time. vs Just in case. #lrnchat
21:10 lodtrain Q4) Mentors, Conferences, Online learning, Flipping… so much to learn and so amazing #lrnchat
21:10 Quinnovator a4) we now have the internet, far better ability to tap into the wisdom of others (ok, so I am old enough to be pre-internet😉 #lrnchat
21:10 soozietwits RT @lnddave: A4) As an adult, your interests are more formed, and you are fully empowered to explore them. #lrnchat – YES!
21:10 britz A4) whats better about adult learning? meta-cognition #lrnchat
21:10 DHL66 @MattGuyan #lrnchat are the magic word, time. A constant battle to fit everything in
21:10 ESNDivas RT @anicole87: RT @LearnNuggets Q3) Kids fail = “Lemme try again.” Adults fail = “This material is incorrect.” #lrnchat
21:10 Tracy_Parish Q4) I’m waiting for a halodeck I can use in my basement.🙂 #lrnchat
21:10 willconstantine A4) Choosing is better because there is so much to choose from #lrnchat
21:10 TriciaRansom Q4) I’m an adult and can advocate for myself when I’m in a bad learning situation. #lrnchat
21:10 LearnNuggets RT @anicole87 A4. Learning Just in Time. vs Just in case. #lrnchat
21:10 Social_LMS How much can the right #LMS save you? Check out this free ROI Calc : http://t.co/5mH6BN4otN #HR #lrnchat #smb
21:11 DHL66 RT @anicole87: A4. Learning Just in Time. vs Just in case. #lrnchat
21:11 Dcope24 RT @LnDDave: A4) As an adult, your interests are more formed, and you are fully empowered to explore them. #lrnchat
21:11 nimblecopy RT @anicole87: A4. Learning Just in Time. vs Just in case. #lrnchat
21:11 lrnchat Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:11 melissachess RT @anicole87: A4. Learning Just in Time. vs Just in case. #lrnchat
21:11 Tracy_Parish And a speederbike. RT @Tracy_Parish: Q4) I’m waiting for a halodeck I can use in my basement.🙂 #lrnchat
21:11 willconstantine @Quinnovator no judgement here #lrnchat
21:11 TriciaRansom Seriously? You’re pitching an LMS to this group? #lrnchat
21:11 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:11 mdkemmler A4) broader network to learn from as an adult #lrnchat
21:11 urbie #lrnchat A4 learning as an adult means many many many more choices. At first. Then it’s More of the Same, Piled Higher and Deeper.
21:11 soozietwits RT @michellelbaker: A4) That it’s okay to be a little bit introverted. No need to be self-conscious about it. #lrnchat – YES!
21:11 lodtrain Learning at work from others with social such as with #Yammer #lrnchat
21:11 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:11 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:11 Tracy_Parish More smelly markers. (I kid) RT @lrnchat: Q5: How can we tap back into the good parts of learning like kids and use it today? #lrnchat
21:12 TriciaRansom Q5) Make everyone get new Trapper Keepers before they attend mandatory compliance training! #lrnchat
21:12 reubentozman Apropos for this evening’s #lrnchat thnx to @GuyKawasaki http://t.co/n0ObeSzMhb
21:12 Quinnovator a4) now I can assess my ‘learning style’ and categorize myself into a limiting hole! #lrnchat #sarcasm
21:12 LearnNuggets Q5) Find your curiosity again. #lrnchat
21:12 soozietwits RT @lrnchat: Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:12 Tracy_Parish HA
RT @TriciaRansom: Q5) Make everyone get new Trapper Keepers before they attend mandatory compliance training! #lrnchat
21:12 willconstantine A5) find out what really excites you about learning and twist that into adult learning theory to make it fun #lrnchat
21:12 LearnNuggets RT @lrnchat Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:12 nickfloro @LearnNuggets @melissachess We’ll have holograms within 5yrs and instant access to data, plug-ins I estimate <10 #lrnchat
21:12 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:12 mlisle @lrnchat q4) self directed learning. More pull, less push #lrnchat
21:12 soozietwits #lrnchat Q5 – that’s my passion/work/destiny! kid-learning for adults!
21:13 britz Q5) Break up the formal, allow for more experiences, questions, conversations, criticisms #lrnchat
21:13 lodtrain Q5) Teach visual presentations engaging, add games, and get discussions and collab going in trng #lrnchat
21:13 anicole87 A. Easy to comprehend and understand. More pictures. #lrnchat
21:13 LearnNuggets Q5) Remember the stories you told playing with household objects? Bring stories back into your adult learning. #lrnchat
21:13 eLearninCyclops Q5) Using storytelling – something u c more in childhood than adult learning #lrnchat
21:13 TriciaRansom Q5) learning from each other rather than a powerpoint. #lrnchat
21:13 melissachess A5) #lrnchat Hm. Lower the stakes when possible. Encorporate play. Have fun.
21:13 nickfloro a5 it’s ok to color outside the lines, think creative and look for new ways to deliver learning #lrnchat
21:13 urbie #lrnchat A4 adults have #MOOCs. Motivated to succeed’ collaborating with 14,000 or so like-minded peers. Motivation yields results.
21:13 Tracy_Parish More play time, meaning more time to just explore. Sad to hear Google’s dismissing the 20%. #lrnchat
21:13 nickfloro RT @LearnNuggets: Q5) Find your curiosity again. #lrnchat
21:13 LnDDave A5) Play with a kid and follow his or her lead. #lrnchat
21:13 lodtrain RT @eLearninCyclops: Q5) Using storytelling – something u c more in childhood than adult learning #lrnchat
21:13 Quinnovator a5) help establish intrinsic value, make failure safe, understand that it takes time #lrnchat
21:13 Quinnovator RT @TriciaRansom: Q5) learning from each other rather than a powerpoint. #lrnchat < hear hear!
21:13 TriciaRansom Q5) Incorporate more of the “So what this means is…” rather than the SME definition. #lrnchat
21:13 soozietwits #lrnchat Q5 – for me, its informal learning; Communities of Practice, Personal Learning Networks, etc
21:13 _Kavi RT @Tracy_Parish: More play time, meaning more time to just explore. Sad to hear Google’s dismissing the 20%. #lrnchat
21:13 nickfloro RT @LearnNuggets: Q5) Remember the stories you told playing with household objects? Bring stories back into your adult learning. #lrnchat
21:13 CandiceCPLP A5 #lrnchat Some would have us buy a gaming system. Blerg.
21:13 melissachess RT @tracy_parish: More play time, meaning more time to just explore. Sad to hear Google’s dismissing the 20%. #lrnchat
21:13 LearnNuggets RT @Quinnovator a5) help establish intrinsic value, make failure safe, understand that it takes time #lrnchat
21:14 anicole87 A5. Social Learning. You used to do it on the playground. how soon we forget that social learning isnt new… #lrnchat
21:14 LearnNuggets RT @LnDDave A5) Play with a kid and follow his or her lead. #lrnchat
21:14 eLearninCyclops RT @lodtrain Teach visual presentations engaging, add games, and get discussions and collab going in trng / Yes, especially games #lrnchat
21:14 soozietwits RT @elearnincyclops: Q5) Using storytelling – something u c more in childhood than adult learning #lrnchat – storytelling ROCKS as a tool
21:14 Tracy_Parish Don’t box yourself in with visions of the impossible. (reminded of this watching nephew play with lego and make his own creations) #lrnchat
21:14 soozietwits RT @anicole87: A5. Social Learning. You used to do it on the playground. how soon we forget that social learning isnt new… #lrnchat YES
21:14 TriciaRansom Q5) Empower people to play with the “whatever” it is. Let them go down a path and LEARN the results vs “that is incorrect” #lrnchat
21:14 britz RT @soozietwits RT @elearnincyclops: Q5) Using storytelling – something u c more in childhood than adult learning #lrnchat –
21:14 CandiceCPLP @soozietwits I’m with you, Soozie. #lrnchat
21:14 LearnNuggets Q5) Play. Learn how to cook and make a game of it. Learn how to garden and make a game of it. Play. #lrnchat
21:14 MarieKenerson A4) higher order critical thinking allows me to evaluate my own assumptions & biases of others, opening my mind to more creativity #lrnchat
21:14 Quinnovator a5) make it more like play #lrnchat
21:14 LnDDave A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously. #lrnchat
21:14 willconstantine A5) Gamification can always help. Use some of the games as a kid and make it informal. A fun party game instead of group discussion #lrnchat
21:14 Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously. #lrnchat
21:15 willconstantine RT @britz: Q5) Break up the formal, allow for more experiences, questions, conversations, criticisms #lrnchat
21:15 melissachess A5) #lrnchat Push selves to set aside ego and pride and try something new. Be willing to act silly.
21:15 MattGuyan A5 make it more fun #lrnchat
21:15 soozietwits #lrnchat Q5 – its never about the technology… that is just a tool
21:15 MichelleLBaker RT @anicole87: A5. Social Learning. You used to do it on the playground. how soon we forget that social learning isnt new… #lrnchat
21:15 _Kavi RT @LnDDave: A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously. #lrnchat
21:15 TriciaRansom Q5) Remind people that the only reason it’s impossible is because someone told you it was impossible. #lrnchat
21:15 Tracy_Parish That’s rule 6. RT @LnDDave: A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously.http://t.co/rrBCLCIqxw #lrnchat
21:15 _Kavi RT @Quinnovator: a5) make it more like play #lrnchat
21:15 DHL66 A5-leave the classroom behind and collaborate, communicate and stop being precious about content #lrnchat
21:15 Quinnovator RT @mlisle: @lrnchat q4) self directed learning. More pull, less push #lrnchat
21:15 urbie #lrnchat A4 downsides AL: finding out learning styles I had so much success with in the 90s, underlining, highlighting, have no real basis.
21:15 willconstantine RT @LnDDave: A5) Play with a kid and follow his or her lead. #lrnchat
21:15 Dave_Ferguson When you say “make it more fun,” tho’, keep in mind that fun, like learning, is in the mind of the learner. #lrnchat
21:15 soozietwits RT @lnddave: A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously. #lrnchat YES YES YES
21:15 melissachess RT @learnnuggets: Q5) Play. Learn how to cook and make a game of it. Learn how to garden and make a game of it. Play. #lrnchat
21:15 Dcope24 “@lrnchat: a5) first you have to make it safe for other to learn with you. Then you have to step up and be willing to have fun.#lrnchat”
21:16 urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5: How can we tap back into (repurpose) the good parts of learning like kids and use it in learning today? #lrnchat
21:16 Quinnovator RT @soozietwits: #lrnchat Q5 – that’s my passion/work/destiny! kid-learning for adults! < rock on!
21:16 TriciaRansom Q5) But there were bullies on the playground, and emotional scarring. Play wasn’t always fun for everyone. #lrnchat
21:16 MichelleLBaker RT @triciaransom: Q5) Incorporate more of the “So what this means is…” rather than the SME definition. #lrnchat
21:16 CandiceCPLP @TriciaRansom – yes, give them permission to fail. We don’t have to hold everyone’s hand or ‘connect the dots.’ #lrnchat
21:16 eLearninCyclops Q5) It would be great if the L&D dept was designed more like the children’s museum #lrnchat
21:16 Tracy_Parish http://t.co/EVVvoKBoHA RT @willconstantine: @Tracy_Parish 20% ? #lrnchat
21:16 Dave_Ferguson I like to think I’m good-humored, but institutionalized fun sounds like compliance with clown noses. #lrnchat
21:16 LnDDave RT @Tracy_Parish: That’s rule 6. RT @LnDDave: A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously.http://t.co/rrBCLCIqxw #lrnchat
21:16 LearnNuggets RT @LnDDave A5) Stop taking yourself so seriously. #lrnchat < What? Me serious?!
21:16 soozietwits RT @mlisle: @lrnchat q4) self directed learning. More pull, less push #lrnchat — push doesn’t work – lots of evidence!
21:16 LearnNuggets RT @Dave_Ferguson I like to think I’m good-humored, but institutionalized fun sounds like compliance with clown noses. #lrnchat
21:16 melissachess #agree RT @triciaransom: Q5) But there were bullies on the playground, and emotional scarring. Play wasn’t always fun for everyone. #lrnchat
21:16 Quinnovator @Dave_Ferguson “you are here to have fun, and fun begins with *discipline*” #lrnchat
21:17 TriciaRansom Q5) Silence. Like in kindegarten when whole room had to be quiet to hear the feather. Silence is the birthplace of wonder. #lrnchat
21:17 LnDDave RT @eLearninCyclops: Q5) It would be great if the L&D dept was designed more like the children’s museum #lrnchat
21:17 MichelleLBaker A5) Just have FUN once in awhile. Try something new! When did everything become so policy-driven, homogenized & CORPORATE? #lrnchat
21:17 urbie #lrnchat A5 designing an adult learning experience where there’s a real good chance you’ll get your school clothes dirty = win!
21:17 anicole87 @CandiceCPLP @TriciaRansom And give people opportunities to DIY. A bit of autonomy would be good #lrnchat
21:17 soozietwits RT @Dave_Ferguson I like to think I’m good-humored, but institutionalized fun sounds like compliance with clown noses. #lrnchat – YAY
21:17 LearnNuggets RT @eLearninCyclops Q5) It would be great if the L&D dept was designed more like the children’s museum < I always learn at those! #lrnchat
21:17 MissShuganah RT @Dave_Ferguson: I like to think I’m good-humored, but institutionalized fun sounds like compliance with clown noses. #lrnchat
21:17 mlisle @lrnchat q5) more multiple choice quizzes #sarcasmdetector #lrnchat
21:17 CandiceCPLP A5 – ASK people what they can DO with what they’re learning. Invent their own objectives. #lrnchat
21:17 Quinnovator @melissachess @triciaransom has to be ‘safe’ to play, fail, share #lrnchat
21:17 soozietwits RT @elearnincyclops: Q5) It would be great if the L&D dept was designed more like the children’s museum #lrnchat – EXPLORE AT WILL!
21:17 melissachess RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 designing an adult learning experience where there’s a real good chance you’ll get your school clothes dirty = win!
21:18 TriciaRansom lawsuits MT @MichelleLBaker A5) Just have FUN once in awhile. When did everything become so policy-driven, homogenized & CORPORATE #lrnchat
21:18 anicole87 @MichelleLBaker when you only have an hour. and no budget. and a big bad legal person screaming down your neck. #lrnchat
21:18 Dcope24 Perfect statement “@eLearninCyclops: Q5) It would be great if the L&D dept was designed more like the children’s museum #lrnchat”
21:18 urbie #lrnchat A5 story driven scenario-based training where the learner gets their butts out of seats and makes something with others = win!
21:18 Dave_Ferguson @elearnincyclops: it would be great if so many L&D departments weren’t just “corporate training” with a golf shirt. #lrnchat
21:18 soozietwits RT @mlisle: @lrnchat q5) more multiple choice quizzes #sarcasmdetector #lrnchat – LOLs :: video + quiz = blergh!
21:18 MattGuyan A5 bring back discovery into learning #lrnchat
21:18 JaneBozarth sup #lrnchat? I’ve been off presenting at an astd chapter meeting
21:18 Quinnovator RT @eLearninCyclops: Q5) It would be great if the L&D dept was designed more like the children’s museum #lrnchat < er, a *good* one
21:18 mdkemmler A5) @school they never had me fill in a smile sheet….hmmmmm #lrnchat
21:18 soozietwits RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 designing an adult learning experience where there’s a real good chance you’ll get your school clothes dirty = win!
21:18 TriciaRansom Q5) Never liked kids museum, even as a kid. Was too small and un-aggressive to get my turn. #lrnchat
21:19 LearnNuggets @JaneBozarth ‘Sup. Have fun? #lrnchat
21:19 TriciaRansom True, True. RT @mdkemmler A5) @school they never had me fill in a smile sheet….hmmmmm #lrnchat
21:19 Dave_Ferguson @mlisle Just today I saw a tweet about YET MORE fun Jeopardy games to enhance learning. #lrnchat
21:19 MarieKenerson A5) cultivate more genuine wonder, curiosity, & inquiry skills and less posturing for branding in social media. #lrnchat
21:19 TriciaRansom @JaneBozarth Hey there! Have fun? #lrnchat
21:19 Quinnovator RT @JaneBozarth: ‘sup #lrnchat? I’ve been off presenting at an astd chapter meeting < was it fun for them too?
21:19 melissachess #yay RT @mattguyan: A5 bring back discovery into learning #lrnchat
21:19 eLearninCyclops @Dave_Ferguson Not kidding – today my entire team were given golf shirts with the corp logo and our dept name🙂 #lrnchat
21:19 soozietwits #lrnchat – I love that! Learning WHERE it happens rather then a separate room… very cool
21:19 Tracy_Parish Or even bottom line (but that’s a dream)RT @MarieKenerson: A5) less posturing for branding in social media. #lrnchat
21:20 Dave_Ferguson @eLearninCyclops you know what I meant, though. #lrnchat
21:20 TriciaRansom Q5) Interweave. Science: osmosis. English: essay on trees. Math: area of a leaf. Interweave so everything is relevant. #lrnchat
21:20 soozietwits @Dave_Ferguson Not kidding – today my entire team were given golf shirts with the corp logo and our dept name🙂 #lrnchat ::blink::
21:20 eLearninCyclops @Quinnovator Of course a good one… like we have in Baltimore #lrnchat
21:20 willconstantine @Tracy_Parish say goodbye to innovation at Google #lrnchat
21:20 ESNDivas RT @anicole87: A5. Social Learning. You used to do it on the playground. how soon we forget that social learning isnt new… #lrnchat
21:20 Tracy_Parish RT @mdkemmler: A5) @school they never had me fill in a smile sheet….hmmmmm #lrnchat
21:20 soozietwits RT @tracy_parish: Or even bottom line (but that’s a dream)RT @MarieKenerson: A5) less posturing for branding in social media. #lrnchat
21:20 CandiceCPLP A5) All this talk about corporate compliance is making me want to retire. Sigh. #lrnchat
21:21 Quinnovator @eLearninCyclops have also seen bad ones, hence my comment (let alone a museum *of* children, kinda creepy to think about😉 #lrnchat
21:21 LnDDave A5) Try not to look at learning as having correct or incorrect outcomes. #lrnchat
21:21 JaneBozarth wow look at all the old friends in #lrnchat tonight. Good to see y’all
21:21 MarieKenerson A5) include more auditory, visual, experiential, kinesthetic, etc. #lrnchat
21:21 Elham_ab A4) adults have purpose/reason to learn #lrnchat
21:21 Elham_ab RT @lrnchat: Q4: What’s better about “adult learning” or learning now that you are an adult? #lrnchat
21:21 eLearninCyclops @Dave_Ferguson Yes, I thought it was funny u mentioned it. At least it was not another coffee mug #lrnchat
21:21 MichelleLBaker @candicecplp – Me too! Le yuck. #lrnchat
21:21 soozietwits #lrnchat Q5 – destroying subject silos!
21:21 TriciaRansom Q5) Remove branding! What we learn as adults is usually applicable across entire life. Why brand it w/logos, orgs, et #lrnchat
21:22 LnDDave RT @JaneBozarth: wow look at all the old friends in #lrnchat tonight. Good to see y’all
21:22 Quinnovator a5) NO bullet points! #lrnchat
21:22 soozietwits RT @mariekenerson: A5) include more auditory, visual, experiential, kinesthetic, etc. #lrnchat – YAY for Universal Design Learning!
21:22 DHL66 Ooh 02:22am time. Was asleep… #lrnchat
21:22 MarieKenerson RT @melissachess: #yay RT @mattguyan: A5 bring back discovery into learning #lrnchat
21:22 Dcope24 Wondering where your wisdom was tonight @JaneBozarth: ‘sup #lrnchat? I’ve been off presenting at an astd chapter meeting”
21:22 Dave_Ferguson @CandiceCPLP Some stuff has to be complied with: pharma, HIPAA. But the default mode to “train” is preaching. #lrnchat
21:23 CandiceCPLP RT @Quinnovator: a5) NO bullet points! #lrnchat
21:23 Quinnovator a5) challenge at the right level: problem-based learning that’s meaningful #lrnchat
21:23 MattGuyan When you were a kid anything seemed possible, lets put possibilities into learning #lrnchat
21:23 TriciaRansom And no reading every word RT @Quinnovator a5) NO bullet points! #lrnchat
21:23 Quinnovator RT @MattGuyan: When you were a kid anything seemed possible, lets put possibilities into learning #lrnchat
21:23 urbie #lrnchat A5 adult learning experience where learner demos critical thinking by writing how they got answer. More than 1 right answer.
21:23 JaneBozarth @Dcope24 sellin’ the new book…. #lrnchat
21:23 Tracy_Parish We need something “Better than Bullet Points” http://t.co/ivVqOpPOo5😉 RT @Quinnovator: a5) NO bullet points! #lrnchat
21:23 mplsmaven A2) Kids’ minds are fresher, more able to accept a new concept than adults’ minds. As adults, personal experience can cloud. #lrnchat
21:23 Quinnovator @Tracy_Parish ‘xactly #lrnchat
21:23 soozietwits RT @mattguyan: When you were a kid anything seemed possible, lets put possibilities into learning #lrnchat – love it!
21:24 LnDDave A5) Don’t accept being spoon fed. Take back the spoon. #lrnchat
21:24 melissachess No more death by Power Point preaching. RT @quinnovator: a5) NO bullet points! #lrnchat
21:24 TriciaRansom Good one! RT @Tracy_Parish We need something “Better than Bullet Points” #lrnchat
21:24 CandiceCPLP @Dave_Ferguson Too true. and I’m tasked with ‘training’ that out of them. Fun. Frustrating. but working. #lrnchat
21:24 Tracy_Parish And share what you find. RT @LnDDave: A5) Don’t accept being spoon fed. Take back the spoon. #lrnchat
21:24 MarieKenerson A5) cross-functional, interdisciplinary, experiential and social was always fun!!! #lrnchat
21:24 soozietwits RT @quinnovator: a5) challenge at the right level: problem-based learning that’s meaningful #lrnchat – yes yes yes!
21:24 Quinnovator RT @MarieKenerson: A5) cross-functional, interdisciplinary, experiential and social was always fun!!! #lrnchat < and effective!
21:24 Dcope24 Its a must have too! “@JaneBozarth: @Dcope24 sellin’ the new book…. #lrnchat”
21:24 TriciaRansom Yank it if you hafta RT @LnDDave A5) Don’t accept being spoon fed. Take back the spoon. #lrnchat
21:25 CandiceCPLP @LnDDave ..and beat them over the head with it (?) #lrnchat
21:25 willconstantine @melissachess @Quinnovator I say no PowerPoint! It is a tool not a trainer, that us! #lrnchat
21:25 lrnchat QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 TriciaRansom RT @lrnchat QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 LearnNuggets RT @lrnchat QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 mplsmaven A3) I miss the incentivizing! Reading Rainbow and Pizza Hut ring a bell anyone? #lrnchat
21:25 soozietwits RT @melissachess: No more death by PowerPoint preaching.RT @Quinnovator: a5) NO bulletpoints! #lrnchat -better get my PPT training finished!
21:25 LnDDave RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 Quinnovator RT @MarieKenerson: A5) include more auditory, visual, experiential, kinesthetic, etc. #lrnchat < er, only when indicated, not gratuitous!
21:25 MattGuyan @Quinnovator just bullets (the choc covered liquorice kind) #lrnchat
21:25 urbie RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:25 melissachess .@willconstantine Even better! #lrnchat
21:25 TriciaRansom I don’t wanna go home yet! #lrnchat
21:25 willconstantine QWrap) great chatting with all of you! #lrnchat
21:26 MarieKenerson RT @MattGuyan: When you were a kid anything seemed possible, lets put possibilities into learning #lrnchat
21:26 eLearninCyclops RT @LnDDave RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:26 soozietwits #lrnchat – its been an hour again? the clock liiiies!
21:26 lodtrain QWrap thanks for the back to #lrnchat school from IT clickity click global education – packed a lot of knowledge into my backpack tonite
21:26 Tracy_Parish QWrap) That went fast. Good luck sending your little ones off next week to learn and expand their minds with wonder and excitement. #lrnchat
21:26 melissachess Wrap) Melissa Hess. ID. New to Canberra, Australia. Job hunting. Great to meet y’all! #lrnchat
21:26 LearnNuggets QWrap) Chief NuggetHead at NuggetHead Studioz – http://t.co/KzIJSEFcn5. Elearning, Comics, and a hoot to hang out with! #lrnchat
21:26 eLearninCyclops RT @MattGuyan @Quinnovator just bullets (the choc covered liquorice kind) #lrnchat
21:26 CandiceCPLP Wrap) Thanks for an interesting discussion, all! Keep learning! #lrnchat
21:26 Quinnovator RT @MattGuyan: @Quinnovator just bullets (the choc covered liquorice kind) #lrnchat < ooh, don’t know those, but sound intriguing!
21:26 Dave_Ferguson Dave, uncharacteristically quiet near DC, still working on being in Canada instead. #lrnchat
21:27 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
21:27 Dcope24 “@lrnchat: A Wrap) leanring is my passion. Career student and learning professional in houston. See you all at DevLearn2013 #lrnchat”
21:27 TriciaRansom Qwrap) This is Tricia in San Francisco Bay area. I like to think of myself as Supreme Ruler, but guess ID does just as well. #lrnchat
21:27 LnDDave QWrap) Good to see a lot of old friends and new friends tonight. Hope to see you all next week! #lrnchat
21:27 LearnNuggets If you’re in Chicago next month, come find me > http://t.co/4y5oRhv8KR #lrnchat
21:27 willconstantine QWrap) maybe a good time to mention that I am the new President Elect for 2014 @nnjastd #excited #lrnchat
21:27 mlisle @lrnchat qwrap) speaking of kids and learning… my 2 yr old daughter pooped in the potty this week #veryexciting #lrnchat
21:28 TriciaRansom @willconstantine CONGRATS!!! @nnjastd #lrnchat
21:28 soozietwits #lrnchat wrapup – Soozie Bea, kid who never grew up just got more awesome! http://t.co/MGvOtVE9P3 – #mutantlab
21:28 Quinnovator aWrap) already? great to see many old friends, and plenty of new ones. Thanks for another wise and witty #lrnchat!
21:28 mplsmaven Q4) Technology. YouTube. I can learn just about anything at any time of the day if I have an internet connection. #lrnchat
21:28 eLearninCyclops QWrap) Jeff – eLearning Designer in Baltimore. Heading to Vegas soon for #DevLearn & presenting too http://t.co/n9o5EeJtZS #lrnchat
21:28 Dcope24 “@lrnchat: QWrap) thanks to all you pros for letting me play #lrnchat”
21:28 urbie #lrnchat urbie delgado, instructional designer, weekend home visit after months away.. organic, sustainable learning rules.. urbie dot com
21:28 willconstantine RT @TriciaRansom: @willconstantine CONGRATS!!! @nnjastd #lrnchat
21:28 LnDDave “@LearnNuggets: If you’re in Chicago next month, come find me > http://t.co/xtM5gMHa5p #lrnchat” or me… Or @JaneBozarth
21:28 melissachess #kudos! RT @willconstantine: QWrap) maybe a good time to mention that I am the new President Elect for 2014 @NNJASTD #excited #lrnchat
21:28 Elham_ab A4) my wanna learn made me miss my stop tday. Am late to work! #lrnchat
21:28 MichelleLBaker Wrap) Thanks for the great topic! Michelle, signing out from Indy. Check out a recent post on this topic! http://t.co/ZhPxCECkOW #lrnchat
21:28 MarieKenerson Joined late but always great – thx. QWrap) great chatting with all of you! #lrnchat”
21:29 LearnNuggets Don’t forget the @ElearningGuild #DevLearn13 conference coming up end of Oct. Bring your sketchbooks > http://t.co/Xi33icrKYP #lrnchat
21:29 Plock2009 RT @LearnNuggets: Q5) Play. Learn how to cook and make a game of it. Learn how to garden and make a game of it. Play. #lrnchat
21:29 Quinnovator please, *please* , if you’re in L&D, take this survey: http://t.co/BMg3ia0VoD And encourage others! Trying to get good data… #lrnchat
21:29 eLearninCyclops Great #lrnchat and good to c so many tweeps back in tonight. Thanks everyone, c u next week.
21:29 MattGuyan Time to go already! Thanks for another great #lrnchat everyone
21:29 britz Qwrap) Mark Britz, Syracuse. Leading learning the traditional way – social & informal as much as possible #lrnchat
21:30 MattGuyan Check out my latest blog post on Video Games and Motivation research http://t.co/WOW4srmo6H #gamification #elearning #lrnchat
21:30 BestVacaRentals #bones #dwts #glee #gossipgirl #graysanatomy #idol #lrnchat #mlearning @Mayerjs #sharktank #survivor #teachers #theoffice #thevoice #xfactor
21:30 lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week!