Transcript – March 24, 2016: Learning – Speed and Practice

8:30 PM lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:30 PM MrsMurat Ss combat haters and trolls. Would love your feedback. TY! https://t.co/Ru9BpBE7hm #ctqchat #g2great #lrnchat #precalcchat
8:31 PM JD_Dillon I went outside looking for people who wanted to #lrnchat with me, much more difficult without #LSCon in town. 😫 https://t.co/M82qKA7Uii
8:31 PM lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:33 PM lrnchat Any first-time #lrnchat-ters tonight? Please say hi. Ask for help if you need it. #lrnchat
8:33 PM kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith – getting ready for “go-live” on an extended project. #lrnchat
8:33 PM Quinnovator time for the 60 mins memestream extravaganza that is #lrnchat, apologies in advance, or better yet, join in!
8:33 PM herbRcollins Software Instructor for HPE. Live in MA. #lrnchat
8:33 PM ziolablu Instructional designer in higher Ed – coming off of Spring Break #lrnchat
8:33 PM reward75 Hi! Regina Ward, NYC, Project: working on creating graded quizzes using Google Forms #lrnchat
8:34 PM DrJessupS Stephanie an e-learning manager in snowy cold Wisconsin. Taking a break from work so I can #lrnchat
8:34 PM JD_Dillon JD in Orlando, FL – wondering if I’m the only #lrnchat-er right now … Anyone?
8:34 PM jyoti__gupta #lrnchat Howahyah from Boston
8:34 PM KnowledgeAdvntg Ruth #learning #strategist in #CT. Working on cloud-based survey of #knowledgemanagement and #information sharing do’s and don’ts #lrnchat
8:34 PM lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:34 PM Quinnovator Clark Quinn, L&D status quo malcontent, consultant/author/speaker, learning geek, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
8:34 PM urbie urbie, instructional designer presently doing hard-time as project manager. Passion you ask? Transformational learning experiences #lrnchat
8:34 PM JD_Dillon Woooooo! People! 😜 #lrnchat
8:35 PM Quinnovator a0) I refuse to answer, on the ground that it might incriminate me #lrnchat
8:35 PM Quinnovator a0) learned that @JD_Dillon studied radio in college #lrnchat #secretisout
8:36 PM JD_Dillon A0) Have had some great convos w/ industry peers, adding insight to help evolve my role #lrnchat https://t.co/JleKaNkvyw
8:36 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:36 PM sbruington A0) Today I learned I’m still confused about so many things. Ugh. #lrnchat
8:36 PM herbRcollins A0) Learned to do my best then to let go…of whatever has been the challenge du jour. #lrnchat
8:36 PM reward75 A0) I learned how to display individual results on a page for my Google Form quiz #lrnchat
8:36 PM kregerck A0) Learned that despite best efforts, RFP responses usually result in comparing apples to oranges. #lrnchat https://t.co/74cPdVMmwg
8:37 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A0) Learned that there’s a fair bit more to skipping with skipping rope than I thought. Thankyou Youtube for the lessons #lrnchat
8:37 PM CIO_News https://t.co/TdiZoeoo6t #CiscoVPNSecuritySpecialist #Choice #Forbidden #Noobligation #lrnchat #great! #np #Unsurpas… https://t.co/dLYwiIEb65
8:37 PM DrJessupS A0) I learned who to create IMSManifest files for SCORM courses that don’t have them. #lrnchat
8:37 PM sbruington A0) I also learned that the local library is a *fantastic alternative to working from home. #lrnchat
8:37 PM ziolablu A0) I learned there is never enough time. #lrnchat
8:38 PM sbruington .@herbRcollins Good point #lrnchat
8:38 PM DrJessupS @ziolablu I agree #lrnchat
8:38 PM urbie #lrnchat A0 The NRA likes a good fairy tale.. https://t.co/4yezez3PYr
8:38 PM Quinnovator that’s a continual learning experience #lrnchat https://t.co/wIgWVe2WiP
8:38 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat: #lrnchat tonight’s on changing the way you practice to increase speed of learning. Reading: https://t.co/mSw8tRRhWO
8:39 PM ziolablu @herbRcollins That might help me with my lack of ENOUGH time! #lrnchat https://t.co/Oqweiru7e4
8:39 PM herbRcollins Been thinking about that myself. Gotta give it a try. #lrnchat https://t.co/4B2dqGAyv9
8:39 PM KnowledgeAdvntg A0) I learned yet again about perseverance and resourcefulness. #lrnchat
8:40 PM sbruington A0) I think I learned that caffeine is actually what keeps me tired and left with no energy. #lrnchat
8:40 PM lrnchat Q1) Do you have a defined strategy for learning/practicing a new skill? #lrnchat
8:40 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you have a defined strategy for learning/practicing a new skill? #lrnchat
8:41 PM Quinnovator a1) defined strategy for learning/practicing new skill: Just Do It #lrnchat
8:41 PM urbie MT @christycate: Come join @DCTV430 for some SPRING FEVER! 7:30 PM CST https://t.co/CXkT5EeqAP #blab #lrnchat
8:41 PM jyoti__gupta a0) learned there aren’t too many short courses on ID principles (I looked) #lrnchat
8:41 PM sbruington A1) Ditto. I love to just get in and get my hands dirty. #lrnchat https://t.co/2glJpdvkl5
8:41 PM willconstantine Q0) #tbt two weeks ago: developing a vision for how you make the world a better place takes time and patience #lrnchat
8:41 PM DrJessupS RT @Quinnovator: a1) defined strategy for learning/practicing new skill: Just Do It #lrnchat
8:41 PM jmarrapodi Q0) Jean Marrapodi, Learning Architect from Providence, RI. Learned that a calzone at Tony’s starts with an XL crust. Oh my!
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8:42 PM JD_Dillon A1) Depends on the skill but try to employ spaced practice, retrieval practice, and support aids #lrnchat https://t.co/azCRgYRofs
8:42 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you have a defined strategy for learning/practicing a new skill? #lrnchat
8:42 PM sbruington A1) I typically go into learning a new skill knowing I’ll be on YouTube at some point during the process. #lrnchat
8:42 PM JD_Dillon RT @Quinnovator: a1) defined strategy for learning/practicing new skill: Just Do It #lrnchat
8:42 PM kregerck A1) Explore through reading, talk with others who may have skill, try… #lrnchat https://t.co/j55LwbhB1h
8:42 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you have a defined strategy for learning/practicing a new skill? #lrnchat
8:42 PM KnowledgeAdvntg I agree @Quinnovator depending on what it is- do it until you get it. #lrnchat https://t.co/5GPYVl7Lbh
8:42 PM CynnamonStelly A1) I usually do what the article said “isn’t super effective” … repetition. #lrnchat
8:42 PM ziolablu A1) It depends on what I need to learn – I approach something I need to understand differently than something I need to do. #lrnchat
8:42 PM hjarche @lrnchat a single strategy would be rather limiting #lrnchat
8:42 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A1) Yes, it’s Nike’s slogan. #lrnchat
8:42 PM willconstantine Q1) make sure actually need the skill before you learn it. Then full steam ahead! 🚂 #lrnchat
8:42 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q1) Do you have a defined strategy for learning/practicing a new skill? #lrnchat
8:43 PM reward75 A1) No, I’m usually too busy trying get something to work to realize I’m learning #lrnchat
8:43 PM Quinnovator a1) set yourself a stretch goal, then struggle to achieve it; repeat #lrnchat
8:43 PM herbRcollins A1) Depends on the skill. But, I tend to make an aggressive plan and stick with it. #lrnchat
8:43 PM sbruington A1) While I do tend to jump in early, I prefer to read first…unless it’s directions, I tend to ignore those. #lrnchat
8:43 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a1) defined strategy for learning/practicing new skill: Just Do It #lrnchat
8:43 PM JD_Dillon A1) Ex: didn’t take piano lessons – just sat down w/ video and tried. Then tried again. And again. Then removed the video aid. #lrnchat
8:43 PM KristiBroom Hi all, Kristi Broom from MN here after way too long away. #lrnchat
8:43 PM AdamTilted Hi #lrnchat! Can’t make it tonight but wanted to say hi. Be well!
8:43 PM JD_Dillon RT @Quinnovator: a1) set yourself a stretch goal, then struggle to achieve it; repeat #lrnchat
8:43 PM KristiBroom RT @sbruington: A1) I typically go into learning a new skill knowing I’ll be on YouTube at some point during the process. #lrnchat
8:43 PM Quinnovator agreed, I *do* tend to read the manual in many cases #lrnchat https://t.co/e1iGprmPEC
8:44 PM sbruington .@KristiBroom Hey, Kristi from MN! 😉 #lrnchat
8:44 PM jmarrapodi Q1) I immerse myself in the topic to learn something new.
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8:44 PM jyoti__gupta a1) i’m kinda lazy about it. I prefer to learn by observation. #lrnchat
8:44 PM KristiBroom @JaneBozarth thanks! Great to be here! #lrnchat
8:44 PM kregerck RT @Quinnovator: a1) set yourself a stretch goal, then struggle to achieve it; repeat #lrnchat
8:44 PM sbruington .@Quinnovator My wife is the “manual reader.” Incidentally, she ends up knowing more about stuff than I do. #lrnchat
8:45 PM JD_Dillon A1) Never took skating lessons. Tried. Fell. Hurt. Tried again. Fell better. Repeat … #lrnchat
8:45 PM KristiBroom @sbruington hello! Great to see you here! #lrnchat
8:45 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 Yes.. This, inspired by Josh Kaufman’s TEDx.. Learn Anything in 20 Hours https://t.co/j34ZbVZ5AG
8:45 PM DrJessupS A1) I like trying it and seeing what happens then adjust and try again. #lrnchat
8:45 PM sbruington A1) Technology! I’m learning to play the ukulele, @JaneBozarth! I’m using the @YousicianApp. #lrnchat
8:45 PM Quinnovator @sbruington if model is relatively complex, or steps rather arbitrary, but often use manual as performance support, not learning #Lrnchat
8:45 PM willconstantine Q1) sometimes we have to also stop and realize that we are learning something new, even if it seems minute. #lrnchat
8:45 PM willconstantine RT @Quinnovator: a1) set yourself a stretch goal, then struggle to achieve it; repeat #lrnchat
8:46 PM JD_Dillon A1) Always try to find people who have experience/skill, ask for insight and/or model performance #lrnchat
8:46 PM sbruington Great point, and important distinction. #lrnchat https://t.co/hbQnOXE5rk
8:46 PM willconstantine @Quinnovator I like that approach. That’s also a principle of strength training! #lrnchat
8:46 PM JeremyDBond Jeremy, CT. Dinner winding down and checking into #lrnchat.
8:46 PM kelly_smith01 If I do practice it is not an organized practice #lrnchat
8:46 PM Quinnovator @willconstantine well, I wouldn’t know about *that* 😉 #lrnchat
8:46 PM sbruington Another great point! And, hello, Will! Long time… #lrnchat https://t.co/FWOv5wPwPq
8:46 PM willconstantine Oh yea…I’m back… #lrnchat
8:46 PM jmarrapodi A1) I also sign up for a bunch of online classes. I have a mess of them now on @udemy and @becraftsy as a recut. #learningjunkie #lrnchat
8:47 PM JD_Dillon A1) Also set progressive goals – define what I’m trying to achieve then re-assess #lrnchat
8:47 PM KristiBroom A1) it kinda depends…if it’s a “do” thing, I jump in and do. If it’s a “ know” thing, I do tend to skim reading materials first. #lrnchat
8:47 PM kregerck RT @JD_Dillon: A1) Always try to find people who have experience/skill, ask for insight and/or model performance #lrnchat
8:47 PM sbruington Hmmm. I try *not to do that because I end up with a bunch unfinished…that I then feel compelled to finish. #lrnchat https://t.co/JGkEG4gNAD
8:47 PM sbruington .@JaneBozarth How does one join that? #lrnchat
8:47 PM JD_Dillon A1) How quickly do I need to apply the skill and at what level? Changes the process … #lrnchat
8:48 PM lrnchat Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:48 PM sbruington RT @KristiBroom: A1) it kinda depends…if it’s a “do” thing, I jump in and do. If it’s a “ know” thing, I do tend to skim reading material…
8:48 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:48 PM kelly_smith01 I try and practice part of the entire process or job I am trying to learn #lrnchat
8:48 PM dhwelcome RT @JD_Dillon: A1) Always try to find people who have experience/skill, ask for insight and/or model performance #lrnchat
8:48 PM kregerck RT @JD_Dillon: A1) Also set progressive goals – define what I’m trying to achieve then re-assess #lrnchat
8:48 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A1) To be honest though, I don’t really have a strategy for learning/practicing a new skill, though perhaps I should? #lrnchat
8:48 PM willconstantine @Quinnovator depends on the context of “strength” 😄 #lrnchat
8:48 PM Quinnovator a2) varying practice decouples from context, helps you abstract and transfer #lrnchat
8:48 PM jmarrapodi @willconstantine Hi Will! #lrnchat
8:49 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:49 PM willconstantine @sbruington yes it has been. Sometimes you fly under the radar! #lrnchat
8:49 PM KristiBroom RT @lrnchat: Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:49 PM CynnamonStelly A2) It helps me experience the skill in a new way that produces different emotions to the learning process. #lrnchat
8:49 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:49 PM Quinnovator @willconstantine guess it’s my ‘weakness’ #lrnchat #seewhatIdidthere
8:49 PM kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:49 PM ziolablu A2) I focus on individual pieces, practice intermittently, then put it together. #lrnchat
8:49 PM dhwelcome RT @kelly_smith01: I try and practice part of the entire process or job I am trying to learn #lrnchat
8:49 PM DrJessupS A2) Helps you see the problem from different angles and find different ways to accomplish a task. #lrnchat
8:49 PM chrisstjohn RT @Quinnovator: a1) defined strategy for learning/practicing new skill: Just Do It #lrnchat
8:49 PM JD_Dillon A2) Rarely a straight line to mastery. Practice specific components/behaviors to build overall skill. #lrnchat https://t.co/4YEdNlK75q
8:49 PM Quinnovator RT @DrJessupS: A2) Helps you see the problem from different angles and find different ways to accomplish a task. #lrnchat
8:50 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q2) Does/How does varying the way you practice a new skill help you learn faster? #lrnchat
8:50 PM sbruington RT @JD_Dillon: A2) Rarely a straight line to mastery. Practice specific components/behaviors to build overall skill. #lrnchat https://t.co…
8:50 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A2) What @Quinnovator said, and I read a great example of this in Make it Stick #lrnchat
8:50 PM kregerck RT @DrJessupS: A2) Helps you see the problem from different angles and find different ways to accomplish a task. #lrnchat
8:50 PM willconstantine Q2) learning in different forms of application or environment prepares you for the next time…even if you fail #lrnchat
8:50 PM CynnamonStelly A2) I’m starting to do that with my language learning projects. I imagine myself saying one phrase in different scenarios. #lrnchat
8:50 PM sbruington Read. Practice what I read. Watch a video. Practice a technique I saw. Show someone else. All good things. #lrnchat
8:50 PM jmarrapodi A2) Varying practice keeps me interested and let’s me explore different angles. Hours of scales killed me as a lid. #lrnchat
8:50 PM susangenden A1) Strategy to learn -just do, then reflect, do again, reflect again, iteration as part of process. #lrnchat https://t.co/0sOien0Qax
8:51 PM sbruington That’s a great idea! #lrnchat https://t.co/HjkvHeTw8b
8:51 PM ziolablu Huh. We all have seem to have similar approaches. CogPsych for the win! #lrnchat
8:51 PM jmarrapodi RT @sbruington Read. Practice what I read. Watch a video. Practice a technique I saw. Show someone else. All good things. #lrnchat #lrnchat
8:51 PM jobless_mike RT @jmarrapodi: RT @sbruington Read. Practice what I read. Watch a video. Practice a technique I saw. Show someone else. All good things. #…
8:51 PM reward75 A2) Haven’t we always done varied practice? Learn the skill, try an example, try a harder example, etc… #lrnchat
8:51 PM kregerck RT @willconstantine: Q2) learning in different forms of application or environment prepares you for the next time…even if you fail #lrnch…
8:51 PM JeremyDBond A2) I need to change the circumstances or I’m just imitating what I’ve done before. That’s not truly doing. #lrnchat https://t.co/4CS3JYYfW1
8:52 PM kelly_smith01 q2) Varying the way you practice – reflects on the way things are normally done – U rarely do this the same way all the time #lrnchat
8:52 PM CynnamonStelly @sbruington Thanks 🙂 #lrnchat
8:52 PM jyoti__gupta #lrnchat a2) Sure – changing the context can change the learning experience
8:52 PM GeraldCrittle RT @sbruington: A1) I typically go into learning a new skill knowing I’ll be on YouTube at some point during the process. #lrnchat
8:52 PM willconstantine Q2) learning is multi-dimensional so you’ll have to explore it from all sides to really get the depth of comprehension #lrnchat
8:52 PM chrisstjohn RT @Quinnovator: a1) set yourself a stretch goal, then struggle to achieve it; repeat #lrnchat
8:52 PM kregerck RT @jmarrapodi: RT @sbruington Read. Practice what I read. Watch a video. Practice a technique I saw. Show someone else. All good things. #…
8:52 PM herbRcollins A2) I tend to sprint into learning to get general understanding, let it percolate. Then, go back for next level of learning. #Lrnchat
8:52 PM KnowledgeAdvntg Practicing in different ways helps you possibly learn faster as you experience the learning from varying perspectives #lrnchat
8:52 PM sbruington A2) I think the farther you dig yourself in a tunnel (one way of doing), the more blind you become to everything else. #lrnchat
8:53 PM jmarrapodi RT @herbRcollins A2) I tend to sprint into learning to get general understanding, let it perk &go back for next level of learning #lrnchat
8:53 PM Quinnovator a2) and, of course, varying keeps me from getting bored #lrnchat #ADD
8:53 PM JeremyDBond RT @sbruington: A2) I think the farther you dig yourself in a tunnel (one way of doing), the more blind you become to everything else. #lrn…
8:54 PM sbruington RT @Quinnovator: a2) and, of course, varying keeps me from getting bored #lrnchat #ADD
8:54 PM jmarrapodi RT @KnowledgeAdvntg Practicing in diff ways helps you possibly learn faster as you experience learning from varying perspectives #lrnchat
8:54 PM ziolablu Changing things up also prevents me from thinking I’ve mastered something when I have not. #lrnchat
8:55 PM lrnchat Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:55 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:55 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat: Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:56 PM susangenden #lrnchat A2) research shows variation makes it stick better. Wider application, less rote. Better long term memory. https://t.co/clerTcmrgG
8:56 PM Quinnovator @lrnchat a3) Always trying to do more, so continually pushing limits of what can do, but more contextual than quantitative #lrnchat
8:56 PM JD_Dillon A3) Of course. Am I falling less? Does this sound more like Piano Man – kinda? #lrnchat https://t.co/ruRErbWzcP
8:56 PM sbruington A3) Not usually, I guess. I’m often learning specific tasks in-the-moment, so if I’m now able to do that thing… #lrnchat
8:56 PM kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:56 PM KristiBroom RT @lrnchat: Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:56 PM CynnamonStelly A3) YES! Otherwise it would be such a waste of effort. 🙂 #lrnchat
8:57 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:57 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q3) Do you monitor your progress to judge the effectiveness of your practice? #lrnchat
8:57 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Depends on how bad I wanna.
8:57 PM JD_Dillon A3) At some point bring others into the process for feedback and added support #lrnchat https://t.co/ruRErbWzcP
8:57 PM ziolablu A3) Not formally. I do practice recall. If I stumble – more work to be done. #lrnchat
8:57 PM sbruington A3) It’s in no way scientific, but as I gain proficiency my confidence increases; that’s one indicator. #lrnchat
8:57 PM kelly_smith01 Q3) I can monitor my practice – but am I the best judge of my practice? #lrnchat
8:58 PM jmarrapodi A3) No. I don’t goal set. These days I learn for fun. Or apply something to work. I don’t quantify. It’s qualitative. #lrnchat
8:58 PM willconstantine Q3) at this stage I also value the feedback and observation of others to determine progress being made. #lrnchat
8:58 PM susangenden A3) yes – feedback results in change, improvement. #lrnchat https://t.co/1ifxMsu7mS
8:58 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Sometimes It helps me not to practice. Yes. Walking away from the learning appears to make it easier next attempt.
8:58 PM KristiBroom A3) Sometimes. Usually if I’m rewarded for tracking and improving (if it’s gamified). #lrnchat
8:58 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A3) Not in a structured way. More akin to internalized dialogue, questioning what I’ve done, what I’m doing, and what next #lrnchat
8:58 PM JD_Dillon A3) When I learned to juggle I was subtly counting the time I could keep the balls flying … I said that … #lrnchat
8:58 PM jyoti__gupta a3) only if time matters #lrnchat
8:58 PM kregerck RT @sbruington: A3) It’s in no way scientific, but as I gain proficiency my confidence increases; that’s one indicator. #lrnchat
8:58 PM sbruington RT @KristiBroom: A3) Sometimes. Usually if I’m rewarded for tracking and improving (if it’s gamified). #lrnchat
8:59 PM JeremyDBond A3) Honestly… not enough. I’m realizing my willingness to learn doesn’t mean I’m getting better. #lrnchat https://t.co/SdjUeY7072
8:59 PM CynnamonStelly A3) I love to dance, so YES the song is on repeat until I get that new dance step MASTERED! 🙂 #lrnchat
8:59 PM willconstantine @JD_Dillon 👀 #lrnchat
8:59 PM kregerck RT @MrKMaston: @lrnchat A3) Not in a structured way. More akin to internalized dialogue, questioning what I’ve done, what I’m doing, and wh…
8:59 PM ziolablu Agreed. I definitely monitor my confidence level. Though it can be quite a roller coaster. #lrnchat https://t.co/ni73KWmAvJ
9:00 PM kelly_smith01 Q3) Take notes on quality of performance and the structure of my practice – make adjustments for next time #lrnchat
9:00 PM JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth I stood in my room as a child and just kept trying until it clicked – suddenly I could juggle #lrnchat
9:00 PM herbRcollins @CynnamonStelly What if the learning is for fun? Can we just enjoy it without monitoring it? #lrnchat
9:00 PM sbruington I used golfballs, two in one hand, two in the other, then three between the two hands. It just clicked. #lrnchat https://t.co/uTIKra5XIG
9:00 PM jmarrapodi RT @kelly_smith01: Q3) I can monitor my practice – but am I the best judge of my practice? #lrnchat
9:00 PM jmarrapodi RT @sbruington: A3) It’s in no way scientific, but as I gain proficiency my confidence increases; that’s one indicator. #lrnchat
9:01 PM jmarrapodi RT @JeremyDBond: A3) Honestly… not enough. I’m realizing my willingness to learn doesn’t mean I’m getting better. #lrnchat https://t.co/…
9:01 PM ziolablu Definitely. The benefit of forgetting 🙂 #lrnchat https://t.co/7i3RC7Njgv
9:01 PM willconstantine @herbRcollins @CynnamonStelly sometimes fun is an appropriate measure! #lrnchat
9:01 PM dayankee #mschat #sstlap #g2great #lrnchat #20time #geniushour #leadupchat #ar4learning #games4ed #saskedchat #mogtchat https://t.co/3lwteyeLnj
9:01 PM Quinnovator @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth @sbruington used the Juggling for Complete Klutz book and ‘balls’, got to a few passes and stopped :p #lrnchat
9:01 PM CynnamonStelly @herbRcollins I find fun in everything I do. I really like to “check” myself. #lrnchat
9:02 PM jmarrapodi RT @JD_Dillon A2) Rarely a straight line to mastery. Practice specific components/behaviors to build overall skill. #lrnchat
9:02 PM susangenden #lrnchat A3) Also repetition leads to change.
9:02 PM jmarrapodi RT @willconstantine @herbRcollins @CynnamonStelly sometimes fun is an appropriate measure! #lrnchat #lrnchat
9:03 PM JD_Dillon @Quinnovator @JaneBozarth @sbruington I’m that annoying guy who can’t walk past balls without going at it … I said that too #lrnchat
9:03 PM DrSmithRIC @jmarrapodi @JD_Dillon yes!!! Varied practice, spaced out #lrnchat
9:03 PM willconstantine Let’s not forget the Curve of Forgetting! 📉 #lrnchat
9:03 PM JeremyDBond RT @willconstantine: @herbRcollins @CynnamonStelly sometimes fun is an appropriate measure! #lrnchat
9:03 PM reward75 @Quinnovator @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth @sbruington Been learning to juggle for years. What happens when you don’t practice often #lrnchat
9:03 PM sbruington .@reward75 @Quinnovator @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth I tend to drop more than I catch, for a while. It comes back quickly. #lrnchat
9:04 PM Quinnovator that #lrnchat https://t.co/fp7VYfWgWZ
9:04 PM JD_Dillon What? 😜 #lrnchat https://t.co/k8mtjtOkn9
9:04 PM technolandy RT @dayankee: #mschat #sstlap #g2great #lrnchat #20time #geniushour #leadupchat #ar4learning #games4ed #saskedchat #mogtchat https://t.co/3…
9:04 PM StyleLearn A3) The achievement of tasks or skills addressed by said practice. Is there any growth? #lrnchat
9:04 PM herbRcollins The fun factor. Solid metric #lrnchat https://t.co/4CHlSEv0yi
9:04 PM lrnchat Q4) Can you practice too much? Explain. #lrnchat
9:05 PM JeremyDBond @ziolablu @urbie I know the value of walking away but I never thought of the benefit of forgetting. Gives you the space to relearn! #lrnchat
9:05 PM KristiBroom RT @lrnchat: Q4) Can you practice too much? Explain. #lrnchat
9:05 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q4) Can you practice too much? Explain. #lrnchat
9:05 PM DrJessupS A4) Yes, if it makes you hate what you are trying to learn. #lrnchat
9:05 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4) Can you practice too much? Explain. #lrnchat
9:06 PM JD_Dillon A4) You can potentially over focus on a single skill and not realize full performance capability #lrnchat https://t.co/uKqySbbpmh
9:06 PM jmarrapodi @sbruington @udemy @beCraftsy I plug at them and listen when I drive. #Lrnchat There’s always more to learn.
9:06 PM StyleLearn A2) The variance maintains a certain level of uncertainty which conditions us not to be complacent with what we assume to known. #lrnchat
9:06 PM kregerck RT @JeremyDBond: @ziolablu @urbie I know the value of walking away but I never thought of the benefit of forgetting. Gives you the space to…
9:06 PM CynnamonStelly A4) Tough one. If you see no progress is being made, probably so. BUT sometimes a break through happens while practicing. #lrnchat
9:06 PM JD_Dillon A4) If you have a solid goal, good methodology, and motivation – never too much practice #lrnchat https://t.co/uKqySaTNXH
9:06 PM reward75 @sbruington @Quinnovator I never fully learned, so every time I pick the ball I’m starting anew #practiceisimportant #lrnchat
9:06 PM ziolablu A4) For me the major downside to over-practice is a loss of motivation. #lrnchat
9:07 PM mrst1117 RT @dayankee: #mschat #sstlap #g2great #lrnchat #20time #geniushour #leadupchat #ar4learning #games4ed #saskedchat #mogtchat https://t.co/3…
9:07 PM willconstantine Q4) There is a saturation point where you almost overworking your brain that you don’t perform well and second guess #lrnchat
9:07 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4) Can you practice too much? Explain. #lrnchat
9:07 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A4) Depends on context, but generally, yes if there’s no reflective process built in. #lrnchat
9:07 PM jmarrapodi We should add the fun factor to kirkpatrick level 1 #lrnchat https://t.co/STUarChhsc
9:07 PM JD_Dillon A4) We also have ceilings to our inherent capability that practice often cannot overcome #lrnchat
9:07 PM urbie #lrnchat A4 Yes.. RPI, Repetetive Practice Injury.
9:07 PM StyleLearn @susangenden A2)yes, it’s like exploring an unknown map in our heads. #lrnchat
9:08 PM sbruington A4) Yes, at least in a “session.” It’s important to take breaks. #lrnchat
9:08 PM Quinnovator a4) depends: whether you want it available for conscious scrutiny, and whether the practice is good or bad #lrnchat
9:08 PM KristiBroom A3) Yes! I can “practice” tumbling all day but an Olympic gymnast is not in my future. Sometimes you have to move on. #lrnchat
9:08 PM ziolablu A4) too much practice -> low motivation -> practicing excuses #lrnchat
9:08 PM kelly_smith01 Q4) “If you need great amount of time to practice you probably aren’t doing it right.” Arthur Rubinstein #lrnchat
9:08 PM herbRcollins Forgetting is great. Just wish I could do it. :-). #lrnchat https://t.co/bvuiY5uokE
9:08 PM JD_Dillon A4) Practice cannot overcome lack of motivation/caring – which is why I quit baseball as a kid #lrnchat
9:08 PM jyoti__gupta a4) you can break things down so far you can’t build them back up easily #lrnchat
9:08 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat: Q4) Can you practice too much? Explain. #lrnchat
9:08 PM KristiBroom RT @JD_Dillon: A4) We also have ceilings to our inherent capability that practice often cannot overcome #lrnchat
9:09 PM reward75 A4) Yes, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, loss of will power #lrnchat
9:09 PM PatriceKiraly RT @Quinnovator: that #lrnchat https://t.co/fp7VYfWgWZ
9:09 PM KristiBroom RT @ziolablu: A4) too much practice -> low motivation -> practicing excuses #lrnchat
9:09 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A4) I guess you’d have to ask what is the right way to practice, and what is the wrong way to practice? #lrnchat
9:09 PM StyleLearn A4) Yes but it’s about context. Very similar to overtraining in athletes.#lrnchat https://t.co/Kr5W07ibW7
9:10 PM sbruington A4) When I was in soccer as a kid, a wise coach told us, “Perfect practice makes perfect.” #lrnchat
9:10 PM Braz74 RT @dayankee: #mschat #sstlap #g2great #lrnchat #20time #geniushour #leadupchat #ar4learning #games4ed #saskedchat #mogtchat https://t.co/3…
9:10 PM Quinnovator RT @sbruington: A4) When I was in soccer as a kid, a wise coach told us, “Perfect practice makes perfect.” #lrnchat
9:10 PM chrisstjohn RT @herbRcollins: Forgetting is great. Just wish I could do it. :-). #lrnchat https://t.co/bvuiY5uokE
9:10 PM JD_Dillon A4) Potential “overuse” considerations are another reason to mix practice methods #lrnchat
9:10 PM susangenden #lrnchat A4) Context matters. #Practice gives good foundation but must be responsive to complex contextual factors.
9:11 PM urbie #lrnchat A4 It’s like that wise observation regarding draining a swamp. Over-practice one tends to forget the why n maybe motivation falls?
9:11 PM jmarrapodi A4) Overpracticing – is that like cramming all night for an exam and forgetting when you get there? #lrnchat
9:11 PM JeremyDBond @sbruington what makes it perfect? #lrnchat
9:11 PM kelly_smith01 RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Potential “overuse” considerations are another reason to mix practice methods #lrnchat
9:11 PM margiemeacham A4 Yes – it is possible to practice bad technique, which holds you back. #lrnchat https://t.co/SqDdIXCkNW
9:12 PM KristiBroom A4) I also think it’s about reaching levels of proficiency. The goal is not novice straight to guru. #lrnchat
9:12 PM sbruington .@JeremyDBond Technique? I taught myself to play the piano, but never learned correct fingering. That’s messed me up. #lrnchat
9:12 PM lrnchat Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat
9:12 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat
9:12 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat #lrnchat
9:12 PM kregerck A4) Strength training (weights) requires days off for muscles to grow. #lrnchat
9:12 PM StyleLearn A4) Too much practice can be conduit to cognitive overload.#lrnchat https://t.co/Kr5W07ibW7
9:12 PM JD_Dillon Practice doesn’t make perfect. Practice provides opportunity to make better. #lrnchat
9:13 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 Looks up re-tool..
9:13 PM KristiBroom RT @lrnchat: Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat
9:13 PM kelly_smith01 Q4) Over practicing may indicate “not ready” for performance or performance anxiety. #lrnchat.
9:13 PM JD_Dillon A5) Boredom. Slowed improvement. Boredom. #lrnchat https://t.co/6GeAuV3IFe
9:13 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat
9:13 PM CynnamonStelly A5) When the thrill is gone! #lrnchat
9:13 PM Quinnovator a5) when I’m not getting the results I need #lrnchat
9:13 PM kregerck RT @JD_Dillon: Practice doesn’t make perfect. Practice provides opportunity to make better. #lrnchat
9:13 PM reward75 A5) When you realize you’re not getting any better #lrnchat
9:14 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat
9:14 PM jmarrapodi A5) When it’s not working. If I’m not making progress I need to change direction. Depends on the goal. #lrnchat
9:14 PM JeremyDBond @JD_Dillon I made it through T-ball for a grand total of twice. #lrnchat
9:14 PM susangenden #lrnchat A5) when you fail to reach your objectives. https://t.co/QS961S6Dsx
9:14 PM KristiBroom RT @kelly_smith01: Q4) Over practicing may indicate “not ready” for performance or performance anxiety. #lrnchat.
9:14 PM jyoti__gupta a5) when you’re not getting the results want. Always fascinating when pro athletes fire long-term coaches #lrnchat
9:14 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q5) When do you know it is time to re-tool your practice routine? #lrnchat
9:14 PM StyleLearn A5) When your performance has plateaued. The same as a business cycle #lrnchat https://t.co/UYfMtU5l1P
9:14 PM sbruington A5) When you’re not making progress, you’ve reached a plateau that’s indicative of a need for “sharpening.” #lrnchat
9:14 PM willconstantine Q5) When methods are not as impactful. Or when you’re struggling to meet the mark. #lrnchat
9:15 PM margiemeacham A5 #lrnchat – i think “overpracticing” might apply to relationships too. https://t.co/tSTbqkzX2a
9:15 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A5) If it’s not hitting objectives. If you’re not learning. If you’re not mastering. If you’re not engaged. etc #lrnchat
9:15 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 When your spool (or your significant other’s) of patience runs out n it’s time to do something different.
9:15 PM learn_lang1 RT @CynnamonStelly: A2) I’m starting to do that with my language learning projects. I imagine myself saying one phrase in different scenari…
9:15 PM ziolablu A5) When you’re not getting the performance you expected. Retooling is part of the evolution as well. Objectives change as you go. #lrnchat
9:15 PM willconstantine Q5) if you’re incorrectly practicing, then it’s time to re-tool #lrnchat
9:15 PM sbruington Yes! That’s a great point about changing objectives. 🙂 #lrnchat https://t.co/tGShfSlZAu
9:15 PM StyleLearn A5) Although if you don’t reach your objectives you may need to retool the whole thing 🤔#lrnchat https://t.co/xRr4SdLx2L
9:16 PM herbRcollins A5) Exhaustion. Excessive Stress. Reduced mindfulness. #lrnchat
9:16 PM CynnamonStelly @margiemeacham I agree! I’ve seen it happen plenty of times. 😉 #lrnchat
9:16 PM reward75 A5) When it gets too easy, time to look for new challenges #lrnchat
9:16 PM susangenden @sbruington Yes, need to push for more. #lrnchat
9:16 PM JeremyDBond @KristiBroom that reminds me how my 6yo is always saying she’s “practicing” whatever she happens to be doing: twirling, coloring… #lrnchat
9:16 PM jmarrapodi RT @ziolablu A4) For me the major downside to over-practice is a loss of motivation. #lrnchat #lrnchat
9:17 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A4) Alternatively, re-tool is required if you’ve been practicing Tango for a breakdancing contest… #lrnchat
9:17 PM sbruington Ditching out early to watch more Daredevil Season 2 with my honey. It was great to be part of #lrnchat again!
9:17 PM kelly_smith01 Q5) Its time to re-tool when more people are in front of you then in your rear view mirror #lrnchat
9:17 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 Depends on the organization’s culture (or your core set of values). Sometimes it’s.. “It is what it is.”
9:18 PM susangenden @StyleLearn Yep! Analysis is needed. #lrnchat
9:18 PM DrSmithRIC @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth does practice sometimes lead to caring / motivation? Or, realizing what you care MORE about faster? #lrnchat
9:18 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 I like retooling when boredom raises it’s ugly head from the morass.
9:18 PM chrisstjohn RT @reward75: A5) When it gets too easy, time to look for new challenges #lrnchat
9:18 PM jmarrapodi RT @reward75: A5) When it gets too easy, time to look for new challenges #lrnchat
9:18 PM herbRcollins Good point @kelly_smith01 #lrnchat
9:19 PM focus2achieve The Way To Mastery Of Tough Concepts – Infographic https://t.co/l2AJUDkJWn #lrnchat #FutureReady #learn https://t.co/dDp8rW1MsL
9:20 PM JeremyDBond Good point. It’s #perfectionism personified. You actually lose out on being better. #lrnchat https://t.co/ZjwE0jm05o
9:20 PM JD_Dillon @DrSmithRIC @JaneBozarth in my experience it can both motivate and demotivate depending on how it’s handled #lrnchat
9:20 PM kelly_smith01 Q5) Its time to re-tool when you seem to be doing important things by rote #lrnchat
9:20 PM kregerck RT @focus2achieve: The Way To Mastery Of Tough Concepts – Infographic https://t.co/l2AJUDkJWn #lrnchat #FutureReady #learn https://t.co/d…
9:20 PM lrnchat Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:20 PM idiotsnassholes RT @focus2achieve: The Way To Mastery Of Tough Concepts – Infographic https://t.co/l2AJUDkJWn #lrnchat #FutureReady #learn https://t.co/d…
9:21 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:21 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat: Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:21 PM DrSmithRIC @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth depending on the skill, demotivation could help you discover true passion?! #lrnchat
9:21 PM MarionHolleman A2) practicing different ways will help you gather different ways to an answer #lrnchat
9:21 PM btopro RT @lrnchat: Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:22 PM JD_Dillon A6) Mostly if speed causes you to skip vital steps/considerations or apply to soon #lrnchat https://t.co/xHOf6184tE
9:22 PM margiemeacham Q6 #lrnchat – Yes. I think we miss out on #deeplearning when we go for fast. Reading “The Shallows” now. https://t.co/UePxzMFeLy
9:22 PM MarionHolleman A3) having someone else review your work is always a great way to improve #lrnchat
9:22 PM MarionHolleman A3) having someone else review your work is always a great way to improve #lrnchat
9:22 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:22 PM btopro A6) depth of knowledge is very shallow but may enable task at hand to be leaning “enough” #lrnchat
9:22 PM reward75 A6) Yes, Skill w/o experience or knowledge w/o wisdom. Like tomatoes are fruit but don’t go in fruit salad #lrnchat
9:22 PM ziolablu A6) There is a limit to what can be done quickly. Will it endure? Will it transfer? That’s certainly a downside. #lrnchat
9:22 PM JD_Dillon A6) Also must allow time for practicing decision-making when unexpected occurs – requires time #lrnchat https://t.co/xHOf6184tE
9:22 PM MarionHolleman A5) when the students are bored with the material and so are you #lrnchat
9:22 PM Quinnovator RT @ziolablu: A6) There is a limit to what can be done quickly. Will it endure? Will it transfer? That’s certainly a downside. #lrnchat
9:22 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:22 PM kregerck RT @margiemeacham: Q6 #lrnchat – Yes. I think we miss out on #deeplearning when we go for fast. Reading “The Shallows” now. https://t.co/Ue…
9:23 PM urbie #lrnchat A6 Oh yeah. Like in the military learning to defuse improvised explosive devices.
9:23 PM jmarrapodi A6) Fast learning is problematic when you learn wrong. It’s much harder to unlearn. #lrnchat
9:23 PM jyoti__gupta #lrnchat Jiro Dreams of Sushi is a documentary all about a6). https://t.co/ZeHmaS7RsR
9:23 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A6) Yes: skipping rope. My eagerness and impatience to get to the next trick is penalised with rope lashes to the body! #lrnchat
9:23 PM CynnamonStelly A6) Tasks that involve the safety of other people. I’ve never been comfortable with “fast” learners in that aspect. #lrnchat
9:23 PM willconstantine Q6) it’s not about how fast you learn, it’s about learning the right way and then allow the speed to naturally increase #lrnchat
9:23 PM Quinnovator a6) our brain can only learn so fast; trying faster = bad. Too slow and forgetting interferes. There’s window of ‘effective’ #Lrnchat
9:23 PM JD_Dillon @DrSmithRIC @JaneBozarth or lack thereof #lrnchat
9:23 PM chrisstjohn RT @lrnchat: Q6) Are there situations where learning fast is not beneficial – where speed kills? #lrnchat
9:24 PM DrJessupS RT @Quinnovator: a6) our brain can only learn so fast; trying faster = bad. Too slow and forgetting interferes. There’s window of ‘effectiv…
9:24 PM StyleLearn A6) It seems challenging have meaningful reflection learning fast. Psychomotor skills are a better fit #lrnchat https://t.co/a20P5NLxcN
9:24 PM kelly_smith01 RT @ziolablu: A6) There is a limit to what can be done quickly. Will it endure? Will it transfer? That’s certainly a downside. #lrnchat
9:24 PM susangenden @lrnchat A6) Again depends on context. Speed not always key in learning. Depends on learner, content, environment. #lrnchat
9:24 PM MarionHolleman A6) I think speed is great to a point. Wanting to teach agri speed is not always the best route. Safety is key #lrnchat
9:24 PM willconstantine Q6) speed can also lead to inconsiderations that don’t help you in the learning process #lrnchat
9:25 PM KristiBroom RT @willconstantine: Q6) it’s not about how fast you learn, it’s about learning the right way and then allow the speed to naturally increas…
9:25 PM lrnchat Q7) What did you learn tonight? How can you improve effectiveness of practice/time to learn? #lrnchat
9:25 PM willconstantine Q6) or playing a game of Jenga #lrnchat
9:25 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q7) What did you learn tonight? How can you improve effectiveness of practice/time to learn? #lrnchat
9:25 PM Quinnovator a6) I advocate ‘slow learning’, e.g. at our brain’s rate. Little bits over time. Only so much strengthening possible in 1 day #lrnchat
9:25 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q7) What did you learn tonight? How can you improve effectiveness of practice/time to learn? #lrnchat
9:25 PM jmarrapodi RT @lrnchat: Q7) What did you learn tonight? How can you improve effectiveness of practice/time to learn? #lrnchat
9:26 PM urbie #lrnchat A7 Whistle while you/I/we practice. Give a little whistle.
9:26 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q7) What did you learn tonight? How can you improve effectiveness of practice/time to learn? #lrnchat
9:26 PM Quinnovator a7) will aim to be more ‘mindful’ of practice #lrnchat
9:26 PM DrJessupS A6)Jumping in and trying something can be fast learning but probably not the best way to learn how to do cut down a tree. #lrnchat
9:26 PM KristiBroom RT @lrnchat: Q7) What did you learn tonight? How can you improve effectiveness of practice/time to learn? #lrnchat
9:26 PM margiemeacham Q7 Learned how much I missed #lrnchat. Glad I made it tonight.
9:26 PM JD_Dillon Reminded there’s value in purposeful practice just like there’s value in jumping right in #lrnchat https://t.co/8jtYNzLjGH
9:26 PM kregerck A7) Good to know what and why you want to learn, Have goals. #lrnchat https://t.co/db80tBe6pL
9:27 PM willconstantine Q7) for me it will be putting together a PoA and that will determine what I need to learn for necessity #lrnchat
9:27 PM MrKMaston @lrnchat A7) Shouldn’t attempt #lrnchat when I’m not ‘in the zone’ (i.e. making kids lunch and disbanding fights) #lrnchat
9:27 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a6) I advocate ‘slow learning’, e.g. at our brain’s rate. Little bits over time. Only so much strengthening possible in 1 …
9:27 PM StyleLearn A6) Dunno, still waiting for The Matrix-like learning pods 🤓 That’s Fast! #lrnchat
9:27 PM willconstantine @Quinnovator same #lrnchat
9:27 PM JeremyDBond @DrSmithRIC @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth it’s important to consider whether you’re more motivated by the race than the learning itself. #lrnchat
9:27 PM herbRcollins A7) Learned that forgetting can open up space for new learning. A dichotomy. #lrnchat
9:27 PM KristiBroom A7) I learned that I’m not practicing nearly enough…or not learning the things that require it. Need to change that. #lrnchat
9:27 PM lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:27 PM ziolablu A7) I learned to start accepting, “Good enough for now ;)” I can always come back to it when I have time? #lrnchat
9:28 PM kregerck RT @JD_Dillon: Reminded there’s value in purposeful practice just like there’s value in jumping right in #lrnchat https://t.co/8jtYNzLjGH
9:28 PM jmarrapodi A7) I realized that we vary learning and practice opportunities for good reasons. We do it in our own. Be intentional for others. #lrnchat
9:28 PM DrJessupS A7) Good reminder to think more about deliberate practice. #lrnchat
9:28 PM Quinnovator thanks to all for another wise and witty #Lrnchat! https://t.co/8MNk8JZI6H
9:28 PM kregerck RT @herbRcollins: A7) Learned that forgetting can open up space for new learning. A dichotomy. #lrnchat
9:28 PM KristiBroom I feel the same way! #lrnchat https://t.co/twlxTKkrDE
9:28 PM willconstantine Q7) also it’s taking the time to understand why it’s important to learn that skill and take stock in that value #lrnchat
9:28 PM jyoti__gupta a7) made me think about how to tweak training materials for the youngest and the oldest #lrnchat
9:28 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:28 PM reward75 A7) I have to remember to show my work. Recall/sharing/teaching is practice worth doing #lrnchat
9:28 PM susangenden @lrnchat A7) Practice at #lrnchat helps me participate more (faster, too)!
9:28 PM CynnamonStelly A7) Continue to switch things up in life. Different methods can lead to new discoveries. #lrnchat
9:28 PM KristiBroom RT @ziolablu: A7) I learned to start accepting, “Good enough for now ;)” I can always come back to it when I have time? #lrnchat
9:28 PM Quinnovator aW) available thru https://t.co/FfFRKPWUDT, blogging at https://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R, instigating via https://t.co/riPao8x0R5 #lrnchat
9:29 PM jmarrapodi RT @CynnamonStelly A7) Continue to switch things up in life. Different methods can lead to new discoveries. #lrnchat #lrnchat
9:29 PM KristiBroom RT @herbRcollins: A7) Learned that forgetting can open up space for new learning. A dichotomy. #lrnchat
9:29 PM margiemeacham #lrnchat wrap Margie Meacham, Chief Freedom Officer of Learningtogo. I teach people how to apply #neuroscience to enhance #learning.
9:29 PM JD_Dillon Thanks #lrnchat! Hope to cya at #atd2016 in May. Til then https://t.co/8xKUK5eqMk + https://t.co/pbUEYUHS6u https://t.co/Jt1rvITH6Q
9:29 PM herbRcollins QWrap). Enjoyed the discussion. #lrnchat
9:29 PM urbie RT @Quinnovator: aW) available thru https://t.co/FfFRKPWUDT, blogging at https://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R, instigating via https://t.co/riPao8x0R5 #…
9:29 PM DrSmithRIC @JeremyDBond @JD_Dillon @JaneBozarth by faster I mean getting to your passion. Finding something you’re passionate about learning #lrnchat
9:29 PM JeremyDBond @StyleLearn @margiemeacham @CynnamonStelly hmm… I’d think it’s the opposite with relationships. If you don’t try you stop caring. #lrnchat
9:29 PM StyleLearn A7) We learn quicker by disrupting the routine and not anticipating outcomes. Changing rythm and logic unnerves new paths. #lrnchat
9:30 PM willconstantine Qwrap) Will Constantine, Creator of LearnHaus, rebuilding the Haus at the moment, stay tuned for the Open Haus #lrnchat
9:30 PM kregerck RT @jmarrapodi: RT @CynnamonStelly A7) Continue to switch things up in life. Different methods can lead to new discoveries. #lrnchat #lrnch…
9:30 PM lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Look for weekly transcripts at https://t.co/ijNIXq164N