Alternatives to Correct & Incorrect Feedback

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | February 5, 2020

Learning is an experience.
Everything else is just information.

Albert Einstein

Happy Friday! Looks like we’re heading for a bit of a bone-chilling weekend around here. The high is only supposed to be in the teens (-10-ish Celsius). So we’ll be bundled up and thinking warm thoughts. I hope you’re well wherever you are. Thanks for reading!

What I’m Listening to: This morning I’m checking out a random discovery, “Black Coffee” which is a nice background track for working along too. This might land a spot on my regular rotation.


Last week’s most clicked item:
Rockstar Resources for PowerPoint


Alternatives to Correct and Incorrect

Connie Malamed shares eight different ways to provide learning feedback. Check out some of your options for providing feedback that is meaningful because it corrects misunderstandings.

https://theelearningcoach.com/elearning_design/alternative-feedback/


What Are Community Managers? Why Do We Need Them?

FeverBee has created this video to help you understand what community management is, why having a great community manager is so important, and the skills you need to be a great community manager.

https://www.feverbee.com/community-manager-video/


From Cognitive Load Theory to Collaborative Cognitive Load Theory

Cognitive load theory has traditionally been associated with individual learning. This illustrates how and why cognitive load theory can throw light on collaborative learning and generate principles specific to the design and study of collaborative learning.

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11412-018-9277-y?fbclid=IwAR12Lv4M32MwUk9RUuISvQbUXBWu7T7iqd7DTpWUBshvRSPbb0jrjbDdBKs


Talking Out Loud to Yourself is a Technology For Thinking

The idea that speaking out loud and thinking are closely related isn’t new. Learn about some of the benefits in this Psyche article by Nana Ariel

https://psyche.co/ideas/talking-out-loud-to-yourself-is-a-technology-for-thinking


January’s Tech Toolbox

Over 100+ tools to help you get &%# done organized in categories for L&D and beyond.

https://mike-taylor.org/2021/02/02/tech-toolbox-january-2021/


A few other things just because I can.

Podcasts

Here are three podcast episodes from this week that are worth a listen:


Tools, Tips & Resources

I recently passed 100 issues of my daily L&D Tech Toolbox newsletter. You can find those and subscribe here.

  • Tribe – A community platform to increase engagement and drive results
  • Jumpshare: Free File Sharing, Send Big Files, View Files Online Share unlimited files, screenshots, video recordings, preview 200+ file formats online
  • PenPot – Free online open-source design platform & SVG prototyping tool
  • Sorted³ – Sorted³ combines your tasks, calendar events and notes into a unified timeline
  • Illustration Kit – Free illustrations for personal and commercial use.


Where You Can Find Me

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