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Surface learning, deep learning and n...

Neurons in learning theory

by William E Hamilton@Iman Fiqrie CPLP, PhD Candidate University of the Rockies Neurons, Flickr Creative Commons Retrieved 8 Oct, 2018 Exciting News in Learning Today I’m extremely excited to be writing about a topic as exciting and important as deep learning, and doubly excited to be writing it alongside the equally important topic of neuroplasticity. […]

Blended Learning Meets Artificial Int...

NL64 DigitalBrain (LCDR USN,ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL “he classroom of the future probably won’t be led by a robot with arms and legs, but it may be guided by a digital brain”1. Digital technology and blended learning in the classroom Seems we all know technology advances are moving extremely fast and also where […]

Essential Thoughts in Training Delive...

NL58 HL TNG by Iman Fiqrie@William E Hamilton (LCDR USN, ret), CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB,CL s an instructor, lecturer or training professional – one of the essential tasks is the transfer of learning outcomes to eventual intended results by learners on the job. As such, training professionals must learn the important learning theories and methods with […]

Untangling the Competence Dilemma

NL57 UCD Capt Richard Teo FNI FCILT MAICD Continues from previous issue Employability Skills Delivery of Training Programmes Having discussed some of the principles that govern competency based approach to learning, we now address the key learning process.

Highlight – Facilitator Self Ch...

NL57 HIF by Iman Fiqrie, Lecturer, Malaysian Maritime Academy CPLP, MBA, BS, AA, ACB, CL acilitator Self Check ● Am I giving people equal time? ● Am I helping people feel safe enough to participate? ● Am I helping people who tend to dominate allow other people to speak? ● Am I avoiding choosing sides? […]

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