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Reflections on #lrnchat: 70:20:10

This week’s #lrnchat explored the value of 70:20:10. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide the conversation as a nice way to see the overall theme of the chat. Here are the discussion questions that were presented to the group: Q1) The numbers in 70:20:10 have been challenged due […]

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Reflections on #Lrnchat: Reflection

This week’s #lrnchat explored the value of reflection for learning, so it seems an appropriately meta time time add another post to my long-dormant “Reflections on #lrnchat” series of posts. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide the conversation as a nice way to see the overall theme of […]

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Reflections on #Lrnchat: Magic w/ Mike Hruska

This week’s #lrnchat explored similarities between Magic and Learning, and featured a special guest: Mike Hruska. The contributions Mike added to the discussion and the resources he and others shared to continue the learning are curated at the bottom of this post. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide […]

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Reflections on #lrnchat: Learning Valentines

This week’s #lrnchat took place on Valentine’s Day, so it seemed only appropriate that the chat’s theme was “Learning Valentines”. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide the chat as a nice way to see the overall theme of the chat. Here are the discussion questions that were presented […]

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Twitter for Learning Professionals: Resources shared at #ASTDTK13

At the 2013 ASTD TechKnowledge conference, Anne Scott and I are conducting a Creation Station entitled Twitter 101 for the Learning Professional. The session is taking place twice on Wednesday January 30th (at 10:45am and 1:15pm) so if you’re attending the conference, please feel free to attend. This blog post is being set up a […]

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