Month: January 2009
Controlling the sequence of learning
A post from Brett McLaughlin on the O’Reilly Radar blog poses questions about the control of the learning sequence.
Over many years, as an instructor of training courses, my recognition of the importance of the sequence in which we learn things has been continually increasing. Every time there is a problem with someone learning something, the starting point is the sequence. As we guide learners through the process of opening the Pandora’s box
“Training”, “learning” or both?
Are “training” and “learning” different names for the same activity. No: the difference in meaning is deeper than that. And the difference has important implications for what we do and the value that we place on it.