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Revolutionize Education with Moodle Individualized Learning Plans
 
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The landscape of education is rapidly evolving due to new tools that allow us to personalize instruction in ways that were not possible before. Moodle now has the ability to track competencies. These competencies can be incorporated into individual learning plans. In this webinar you will learn how to set-up competency based frameworks and tie them to online learning content and how to set-up and track individual learning plans in the Moodle Learning Management System.
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Moodle: Competency frameworks and Learning Plans
 
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Teachers: discover how to use Competencies for your student's course or assignment, and how to add learning plans.
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Creating an Employee Development Plan for Improved Employee Performance
 
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Get a free coaching session with Stephen Goldberg for leaders and managers https://mailchi.mp/4966f7407de6/freecoachingsession Sgn up to receive my bi-monthly newsletter http://eepurl.com/gChMb Download free worksheets, forms and templates from https://www.eloquens.com/channel/stephen-goldberg Get access to forms worksheets and templates from my website http://eepurl.com/ccGNlX Read articles on my blog http://www.optimusperformance.ca/blog/ Support the making of these videos by becoming a Patreon https://www.patreon.com/StephenGoldberg The old expression, “failing to plan is planning to fail" also applies to employee development. In my recent article (http://www.optimusperformance.ca/managing-employees-for-change-improved-productivity/) about a leaders' struggle to deal with employees being resistant to change, I wrote that strategic planning for employee development is a practice that a leader must undertake to avoid this dilemma. Developing a human resource or employee development plan is often the responsibility of the human resource department if there is one. From my perspective, it's the leader’s responsibility because the leader is accountable for the performance of the department and each employee. Here is my list of things for the leader or manager to do to develop a strategic plan for employee development..... Read full article here: A Leadership Job Description :http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemyatt... How to set and achieve any goal using a goal planning worksheet: http://www.optimusperformance.ca/how-... Learn How to Write a Job Description including a downloadable template https://curious.com/stephengoldberg/j... Learn How to Set & Achieve Goals including Goal Setting Form for download https://curious.com/stephengoldberg/g... Take my lessons +20,000 more @Curious on anything from tennis, to test prep, to tango. As my student, get 20% OFF! http://curious.com?coupon=curiousteac...
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Learning Plans in Moodle
 
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Completing Individual Learning Plans (ILPs)
 
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Guidance for tutors on how to complete Individual Learning Plans (ILPs).
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Best Performance Tutorial - Creating a Learning Plan
 
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This tutorial demonstrates how to use Best Performance's CNAP tool to create a learning plan from NAPLAN data.
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Using Individual Learning Plans
 
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Learn how to create and manage Individual Learning Plans for students in GradeXpert 8.
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Measuring Learning Plan Progress
 
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As the admin for Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) learning plans, find out how to view progress of your assigned learners and send reminders.
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Competence toolkit: How do you identify your learning and development needs
 
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Find out more about how you can reflect on your practice and identify your learning and development needs. http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/cpd/tool-kit/identify-learning-development.page
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What is a Learning Plan?
 
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Why create a Learning Plan for your course? Learn more about Learning Plans and Curriculum Management at www.wids.org
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Independent Learning Plans at IACS
 
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Independent Learning Plans are a key part of the program at Innovation Academy Charter School
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Competence toolkit: How do you plan your learning and development
 
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Find out more about how you can plan and record address your learning and development needs. http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/cpd/tool-kit/planning-learning-development.page
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Using Moodle to Create Competency Based Education
 
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Competency-based learning refers to systems of instruction, assessment, grading, and academic reporting that are based on students demonstrating that they have learned the knowledge and skills they are expected to learn as they progress through their education.
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Planning for Competency Development
 
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This video is part of a workshop called Show Me What You Know: Planning for Competency Development in Adult Education prepared for the EMSB Diversifying Education Conference, 2014. See the website for context: http://compdev.tracyrosen.com
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Apply the Learning Plan Template
 
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This short video demonstrates how to apply the learning plan template on SAM.
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How to use My Learning Plan
 
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Video showing how to use MLP for relicensure and salary movement.
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Implementing Competency Based Learning In Your District
 
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Schools throughout the country are turning to Competency Based Education (CBE) to raise student achievement and prepare young people from all backgrounds to succeed in college and careers. With CBE, instruction is individualized to meet each learner’s strengths and challenges. Rather than requiring all learners to spend the same amount of “seat time” in class and allowing them to advance by earning a passing grade, students progress at different rates by demonstrating mastery of learning objectives, or “competencies,” aligned with state standards.
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Trainer's Methodology Unit 1 Lesson One1
 
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If you want to reinforce learning you may read along the info in the description below Unit 1 Lesson 1: What is a Trainer and/or Assessor? Session Objectives At the end of the session, you should be able to: Distinguish a trainer from an assessor Determine roles of trainer and/or assessor in assuring quality technical-vocational courses Who is the Trainer and/or Assessor? Introduction Plan Training Session is one of the six competencies to be mastered in Trainers Methodology 1 (TM 1). But before we focus on planning, let us have an overview of the whole training program. In this lesson, you will learn the role of the trainer or assessor. As a trainer or assessor, you need to know what and how to teach, and how to work effectively with others. We look forward to see you competent enough as you study this course. Trainee’s Entry Requirements It is expected that you will be a Trainer and/or Assessor as you finish this course, Trainers Methodology 1 (TM 1). What is a TVET Trainer? TVET Trainer is a professional who enables a learner or a group of learners to develop competencies to performing a particular trade or technical work. Towards this end, a TVET Trainer may assume various roles such as training facilitator, competency assessor, training designer, developer or training supervisor 1. What is a Trainer / Assessor? From the Training Regulation, a Trainer is a person who enables group of learners to develop competencies toward performing a particular trade or technical work while an Assessor is an individual accredited and authorized to evaluate or assess competencies of a candidate applying for certification or any one of the purpose of assessment. Trainer/Assessor is at least NC II holder and who has achieved all the required units of competency identified in the Trainers Methodology Level 1 (TM Level 1) under the PTTQF. He is also a holder of National TVET Trainer Certificate Level 1 (NTTC 1) A Trainer is an Assessor; an Assessor is a Trainer To qualify for this course, a candidate or trainee must satisfy the following requirements: Graduate of baccalaureate degree or equivalent in training or experience along the field of Technical Vocational Education and Training Certified at the same or higher NC Level in the qualification that will be handled (for technical trainers) Able to communicate orally and in writing Physically fit and mentally healthy Proficient in quantitative and qualitative analysis Proficient in verbal reasoning Congratulations - this is the end of lesson 1 Well done! You have completed 100% of the lesson
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Personalized Learning Plan
 
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Create a Microsoft Partner Network Learning Plan
 
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The Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) gives you unlimited access to accreditation and certification resources through the Learning Path tool – an online education management system. Through the Learning Path tool, you can select the right courses and assessments for your team, create a customized learning plan, assign it to learners, and monitor their progress.
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Stage 1: Learning and Development Plans
 
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Writing learning and development objectives, helps an employee identify what they need or want to learn and what competencies they need or want to develop. (Video 3)
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Training Needs Assessment
 
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Assessing organizational training needs is the diagnostic phase of a training plan. This assessment includes issues related to employee and organizational performance to determine if training can help. Needs assessment measures the competencies of a company, a group, or an individual as they relate to what is required. It is necessary to find out what is happening and what should be happening before deciding if training will help, and if so, what kind of training is needed. Identifying gaps in performance is key to the assessment process. Obtaining this kind of input can be useful in building support for the training from those who will be trained, particularly because they are well positioned to help identify training needs.
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Public Health Employee Performance Management Learning Plan - Stage 1.m4v
 
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This video provides an example of how the public health manager and employee address the employee's professional learning needs for the coming year by developing a competencies-based learning plan. The learning plan is developed at the same time as the employee's performance objectives planning. This typically occurs in the "Planning for Performance" stage of the performance management process.
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Individualized Learning Plans (UM MHPE)
 
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For more about the MHPE at the University of Michigan, please visit: http://mhpe.med.umich.edu/
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Step Three - Learning Plans
 
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What is PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT? What does PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT mean?
 
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What is PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT? What does PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT mean? PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT meaning - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT definition - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Professional development is learning to earn or maintain professional credentials such as academic degrees to formal coursework, conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice. It has been described as intensive and collaborative, ideally incorporating an evaluative stage. There are a variety of approaches to professional development, including consultation, coaching, communities of practice, lesson study, mentoring, reflective supervision and technical assistance. The University of Management and Technology notes the use of the phrase "professional development" from 1857 onwards. In the training of school staff in the United States, "he need for professional development came to the forefront in the 1960's". A wide variety of people, such as teachers, military officers and non-commissioned officers, health care professionals, lawyers, accountants and engineers engage in professional development. Individuals may participate in professional development because of an interest in lifelong learning, a sense of moral obligation, to maintain and improve professional competence, to enhance career progression, to keep abreast of new technology and practices, or to comply with professional regulatory requirements. Many American states have professional development requirements for school teachers. For example, Arkansas teachers must complete 60 hours of documented professional development activities annually. Professional development credits are named differently from state to state. For example, teachers: in Indiana are required to earn 90 Continuing Renewal Units (CRUs) per year; in Massachusetts, teachers need 150 Professional Development Points (PDPs); and in Georgia, must earn 10 Professional Learning Units (PLUs). American and Canadian nurses, as well as those in the United Kingdom, have to participate in formal and informal professional development (earning Continuing education units, or CEUs) in order to maintain professional registration. In a broad sense, professional development may include formal types of vocational education, typically post-secondary or poly-technical training leading to qualification or credential required to obtain or retain employment. Professional development may also come in the form of pre-service or in-service professional development programs. These programs may be formal, or informal, group or individualized. Individuals may pursue professional development independently, or programs may be offered by human resource departments. Professional development on the job may develop or enhance process skills, sometimes referred to as leadership skills, as well as task skills. Some examples for process skills are 'effectiveness skills', 'team functioning skills', and 'systems thinking skills'. Professional development opportunities can range from a single workshop to a semester-long academic course, to services offered by a medley of different professional development providers and varying widely with respect to the philosophy, content, and format of the learning experiences. Some examples of approaches to professional development include: Case Study Method – The case method is a teaching approach that consists in presenting the students with a case, putting them in the role of a decision maker facing a problem (Hammond 1976) – See Case method. Consultation – to assist an individual or group of individuals to clarify and address immediate concerns by following a systematic problem-solving process. Coaching – to enhance a person’s competencies in a specific skill area by providing a process of observation, reflection, and action. Communities of Practice – to improve professional practice by engaging in shared inquiry and learning with people who have a common goal Lesson Study – to solve practical dilemmas related to intervention or instruction through participation with other professionals in systematically examining practice Mentoring – to promote an individual's awareness and refinement of his or her own professional development by providing and recommending structured opportunities for reflection and observation.....
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Halogen Tutorials - Review forms, goals & core competencies(employee management software)
 
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More information: https://www.getapp.com/hr-employee-management-software/a/halogen-software/ Key Features of Halogen Software --- Performance management --- Talent management --- Employee reviews --- HR metrics --- Learning management --- Employee engagement --- Succession planning --- Employee retention --- Talent pool-based succession planning --- Talent acquisition --- HR software solutions More information: https://www.getapp.com/hr-employee-management-software/a/halogen-software/
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Ice Breakers for Active Listening : Teaching & Learning Styles
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Active listening is a lot easier with a few properly played ice breakers beforehand. Learn about ice breakers for active listening with help from an education professional in this free video clip. Expert: Kevin Roberts Filmmaker: Jerome Sawyer Series Description: Education doesn't stop the moment a student leaves the classroom. Find out more information about a wide variety of different areas of education, including what to put in a classroom and how to improve a parent teacher relationship, with help from an education professional in this free video series.
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Personalised Learning Plans
 
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How do you develop learning plans? by T.J. Elliott, CLO of ETS
 
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As ETS’s Vice President and Chief Learning Officer, T.J. Elliott has overall responsibility for those processes that share knowledge, develop people & organizations, assure appropriate collaborative workspaces, and enable growth and innovation across the enterprise. He is charged with identifying and helping ETS implement new and better ways to work in an increasingly competitive marketplace, as well as for ensuring that the organization capitalizes on the skills and talents of its employees to achieve its mission. Elliott received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Manhattan College and Nova Southeastern University, respectively. He is co-author of Decision DNA (Emerald) and wrote the foreword to the 2008 Second Edition of Work-Based Learning: Bridging Knowledge and Action in the Workplace (Wiley) by Joe Raelin, as well as a chapter in 2014's Smarter Innovation: Using Interactive Processes to Drive Better Business Results, (Ark) edited by Katrina Pugh. #DESCRIPTION Elliott talks about how learning plans are developed at ETS including both organizational and individual goals. This includes identifying and validating business needs for organizational learning goals and setting up a learning plans for individuals based on the ETS Success Six competencies. Subscribe for more SarderTV: http://bit.ly/1osk5yg Follow our Official Twitter: http://bit.ly/1tIwTzK Check out exclusive SarderTV content: Web - http://bit.ly/1xpv37D Facebook - http://on.fb.me/1EbljQi #ABOUT SARDERTV SarderTV is an independent, educational media company, focusing on the subjects that fascinate, inspire and teach executives. Because the relationship between success and learning is parallel, SarderTV provides exclusive interviews with the authors, leaders, and taste makers currently affecting industry. Led by Russell Sarder and a team of dynamic and creative programming and content creators, experienced leadership and seasoned advisors, SarderTV launched in 2012. SarderTV is an exciting, forward thinking media company focused on the promotion of learning.
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What is a Professional Development Plan?
 
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What is a Professional Development Plan and do you really need one?? Find out with the help of career coach Chrissy Scivicque from http://www.EatYourCareer.com.
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10 Curriculum Competencies and Sample Earning
 
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Quick Sample of Competencies to be Learned and Sample Earning The recovery coach training is a year-long training opportunity designed for those interested in becoming actively involved in serving as a recovery coach. The training is available to anyone in the recovery field, professional or non-professional. The only criteria is a willingness to learn, life experience and a desire to help people. We encourage people who are in recovery themselves and as a result have gained knowledge on how to attain and sustain recovery, as well as those involved in the helping professions. A recovery coach is anyone interested in promoting recovery from alcohol and other drugs by removing barriers and obstacles to recovery and serving as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking or already in recovery. The client self directs his/her own recovery while the coach provides expertise and encouragement in supporting the necessary change and attaining the goals important to the individual. Recovery coaching creates a clear plan of action while using the client's current strengths to reach their desired goals. Besides helping the client access and maintain recovery, coaches access systems and resources needed to support the recovery such as benefits and health care. Recovery coaching also helps individuals return to employment, find stable housing and transition from detox to aftercare. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.coachingwithsubstance.org.au/services/recovery-coach-training/ Or call: 07 5606 6315
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Enhancing Korea's Work Competency: Focusing on Problem-solving Skills (Yong-Seong Kim, Fellow)
 
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[Go to related Report] https://goo.gl/nRNY6d As Industry 4.0 rapidly draws near, problem-solving skills have risen to the fore as a vital future competency. Problem-solving skills refer to “An individual’s capacity to engage in cognitive processing to understand and resolve problem situations where a method of solution is not immediately obvious.” According to the Survey of Adult Skills, conducted by the OECD, Koreans are above the OECD average in terms of reading, writing, numeracy and ICT skills, but, their ability to apply their skills to solve problems is severly lacking. So, what are the reasons? First, there are insufficient opportunities to obtain professional skills required in problem solving. In Korea’s case, the number of those who have experienced learning by doing is far below the OECD average, implying that there is a lack of education and training opportunities in the workplace. Second, Korea’s work practices lack communication and collaboration. Collaborative and communicative work practices are closely linked to the use of problem-solving skills. However, there is a severe lack of interaction at Korea’s workplaces, that includes both influencing and cooperative. And lastly, Korea has a dual labor market, which makes it difficult for workers to fully utilize their problem-solving skills. In an unstable employment relationship, workers are less motivated to use their full capacity, while employers are less willing to provide sufficient opportunities for training and eduction. These tendencies are very evident in Korea, with clear discrepancies between regular and temporary workers in terms of the use of problem-solving skills and participation in education and training programs. As such, in order to bolster investment in and the use of problem-solving skills, efforts must be made to reform the dual labor market structure by, for example, flexibly adjusting working conditions, and not the workforce, to increase job security. Additionally, in order to sufficiently increase the use of problem-solving skills in the workplace, programs such as those for Work-based Learning should be expanded to strengthen the field-oriented contents in vocational eduction and training, and the eduction of future generations should revolve around project-based learning.
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Introduction to APA's Individual Development Plan (IDP)
 
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Learn how to create a plan that provides structure, identifies goals, explores different career options and outlines clear requirements for success.
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Training Needs Assessment: A CalSTRS Case Study
 
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Upon completion of this webinar you will be able to: -Understand CalSTRS' experience in collecting organizational training needs data. -Define what a training needs assessment is. -Describe a competency and its learning behaviors. -Understand how CalSTRS aligned competencies with training needs data. -Describe how CalSTRS prioritized and marketed their 2010/2011 training year. -Understand how CalSTRS will move forward with future training years. Presenter: Katie Valdivia, Training Manager, California State Teachers' Retirement System Katie has been the Training Manager for the California State Teachers' Retirement System for the past four years. She and her team oversee onsite learning opportunities for all levels of staff, ranging from onboarding to leadership development. She is a trained facilitator and enjoys developing others to reach their professional career goals. She has worked for the state for 18 years and has a Bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts from California State University, Sacramento. For Certificate of Completion, please visit the following link: http://www.calhr.ca.gov/Documents/training-certificate-of-completion.pdf If you have any questions, please contact training@calhr.ca.gov. Phone: (916) 445-1547.
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ADLx: Warrior Athelete Challenge
 
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The ADLx open source system allows users to have unlimited access to on-line learning. The platform utilizes a number of technologies to provide a suite of services that allows students to leverage web services, virtual and game-based environments, and multiple devices to enable true anytime/anywhere access to learning content. The ADLx system is comprised of Open edX, an open source learning management system and course delivery platform, and a number of ADL open source technology including ADL’s experience API (xAPI), xAPI viewer and dashboard, competency frameworks, virtual world sandbox. “We want systems to ‘know’ the individual learner in such a manner that his or her preferences, competencies and context are all integrated into each learning experience,” said DiGiovanni, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Readiness) . “We plan to use this rich set of learner data to provide the right content at the right time, individualized to specific learners. Part of this work is looking at ways to align learner profiles and competency networks. The results of this research will pave the way for learning environments that will tailor content for specific learners and provide personalized recommendations based on each learner’s competency gaps.” “We are focusing more on narrowing the gap between artificial intelligence and human tutoring, and increasing the ability of students to understand concepts and think adaptively,” said DiGiovanni. The system currently supports delivery of courses and interactive activities such as participation in a collaborative virtual environment. User actions are tracked and logged in a learning record store. Future research will analyze user actions toward the end goal of creating more personalized, and adaptive online learning experiences.
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Supporting College and Career Readiness: The Role of Student Learning Plans
 
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6/30/11 Webinar: Rennie Center research on Student Learning Plans; Listen to MA Representative Alice Peisch and Scott Solberg discuss student learning plans.
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Leveraging Competencies in Succession Planning
 
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This segment distinguishes the difference between values, job description and competencies. John Szolde speaks about leveraging the use of competencies in the gap analysis process to help shape an organization's succession plan.
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Skills DB Pro - Powerful skills tracking system.
 
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Powerful skills tracking system. Assess and record the skill and competencies of all your staff. Quickly find highly skilled employees for a given skill set. Turn-key solution for your Skills Inventory, Competency Management, Training Tracking, and Individual Development plans. Forget spending weeks or months implementing a system to track your company's skills. Get up and running in minutes. Skills DB Pro is tailored to give you results from day 1, with minimal effort.
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Psychology Careers & Treatments : Dual Diagnosis Treatment Plan
 
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Dual diagnosis treatment plans often focus on group and individual therapy from a cognitive behavior perspective. Find out how learning the appropriate skills to deal with life and society is key for a dual diagnosis patient with information from a licensed mental health counselor in this free video on psychological conditions. Expert: John Bosworth Contact: www.BozCounseling.com Bio: John Bosworth is a licensed mental health counselor who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, chronic pain and stress management. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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emPerform Take 10 - Competency Development Best Practices
 
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While most leaders recognize the importance of competency development to the vitality and sustainability of their organization, a recent poll showed that only one third currently develop competencies. This 10 minute webinar presented by CRG emPerform and Vado Inc. will walk you through 5 best-practices to consider when implementing competency development processes.
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Raising Awareness and Developing Disability Cultural Competence in the Supervisory Relationship
 
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A webinar recorded December 6, 2017 aims to increase awareness about disability issues and the unique challenges that psychology trainees with disabilities face in the supervisory relationship. Presenters educated participants about the essential elements of supervising trainees who identify as having a disability, and provided feedback about how supervisors and educators could cultivate trainees’ development so that new professionals can enter into the field. This webinar featured Rebecca C. Wilbur, PsyD (Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center), Angela Kuemmel, PhD, ABPP (Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center), and Eric A. Samuels, PsyD (Argosy University). Kristyn Dempsey (American Psychological Association) served as moderator. __ The American Psychological Association is the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the United States, with more than 115,700 researchers, educators, clinicians, consultants and students as its members. To learn more about the APA visit http://www.apa.org Follow APA on social media: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AmericanPsychologicalAssociation/ Twitter https://twitter.com/apa LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/10738/ Google+ https://plus.google.com/+americanpsychologicalassociation
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Introduction to Sanford Harmony - Social Emotional Learning for Pre-K-6th Grade
 
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Building Healthy Relationships One Classroom at a Time www.sanfordharmony.org | 844-480-4500 | sanfordharmony@nu.edu What is Harmony? Imagine a classroom where students are empowered to: communicate, cooperate, connect, embrace diversity, and resolve conflict. Welcome to Sanford Harmony—a social-emotional teaching program that cultivates strong classroom relationships between all students. The goal of Harmony is to incorporate specialized teaching strategies into classroom activities—from preschool through sixth grade—in an effort to reduce bullying, and help develop the youth of today into tolerant, compassionate, and caring adults for the future. Harmony can be easily incorporated into lesson plans in as little as five minutes a day, and is aligned with Common Core state standard, national, and district learning initiatives. Please explore all that Sanford Harmony has to offer, and spend less time managing troublesome behavior, and more time teaching! About Harmony Entrepreneur and philanthropist, T. Denny Sanford, has always had a passion for inspiring others to create positive change in the world. As he looked around at a society rife with domestic abuse, divorce, bullying, and interpersonal conflict, he dreamed of changing the world by improving relationships among adults, through a teaching and learning plan created for young children. A Vision is Born His vision resulted in Sanford Harmony—a series of innovative relationship-building teaching strategies designed to strengthen understanding and communication between children. The goal of Harmony is to create inclusive classroom communities, where teaching takes priority over resolving personality conflicts or issues among students. Students are taught meaningful and productive ways to interact and express themselves, which are irreplaceable skills that will last a lifetime. Vision Becomes Reality Launched in 2008 by the educators at the Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University, Sanford Harmony is now being implemented in thousands of classrooms throughout the U.S., with very promising results. Harmony provides teachers with a set of tools to develop stronger social connections among students, and foster positive peer relationships that will enable students to thrive at school, at home, and as they grow into adulthood. National University was selected in 2014 to disseminate Sanford Harmony in elementary schools throughout the United States. Research There is a wealth of research on the importance of understanding the emotional needs of children in the school setting. A few handpicked selections are below. Check back often for updates and links to new research. The Importance of Social-Emotional Learning Today’s schoolchildren confront an increasingly fraught testing environment, a lower tolerance for physical acting out, and the pervasive threat of violence. (President Obama last year characterized school shootings as “becoming the norm.”) Poverty and income inequality, too, create onerous emotional conditions. How Unintentional but Insidious Bias Can Be the Most Harmful “Microaggressions really are reflections of world views of inclusion, exclusion, superiority, inferiority, and they come out in ways that are outside the level of conscious awareness of an individual.” – Dr. Derald Wing Sue, Teachers College, Columbia University Under Stress, Students in New York Schools Find Calm in Meditation By Elizabeth A. Harris In schools in New York City and in pockets around the country, the use of inward-looking practices like mindfulness and meditation are starting to grow. Though evidence is thin on how well they might work in the classroom, proponents say they can help students focus and cope with stress. Throughout the country, teachers are resisting the testing paradigm by putting those person-to-person bonds first. In a New York City high school classroom of newly arrived immigrant students, one educator is using simple mindfulness and social-emotional practices to relate to her students as human beings—profoundly transforming her work as a teacher and, at the same time, deepening her students’ learning. Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
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Basic Competencies of Medical Teacher
 
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This video was prepared to help Faculty Staff members in Health Colleges to recognize their roles as a medical teacher with the changing medical education all over the world . The Video emphasized the role of Faculty development for developing required competencies.
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ABC workshop to Learning Designer
 
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A tutorial to show you how to move on from the ABC module design workshop to start planning your individual teaching sessions with the Learning Designer tool (learning designer.org)
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A Collaboration in Measuring Student Competencies
 
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Instructure is a technology company committed to improving education. We provide instructors and students with modern tools and resources that empower and simplify the learning experience. Instructure offers Canvas, the open, easy-to-use, cloud-native learning management system, as well as Canvas Network, an index of open, online courses by educators everywhere ‰ŰÓ from Ivy League institutions to community colleges.
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