Posts Tagged ‘aprendizagem informal’

Como trabalhar mais inteligente

21 Agosto, 2012

In “The Coherent Organization”, Jay Cross

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Hoje, o desafio é aprender enquanto trabalha ou ficar obsoleto

14 Agosto, 2012

In “Learning is Business”, Jay Cross (página 11)

É possível gerir a aprendizagem informal?

25 Junho, 2012

In “You can’t manage informal learning – only the use of informal media

As pessoas aprendem melhor quando estão em vias de perder o emprego

22 Março, 2012

– People learn better when they have personal passion for a subject
– People learn better when they see a co-relation between the skill and their paycheck
– People learn better when there is peer pressure to learn
– People learn better when they are eager to learn
– People learn better when they get recognition
– People learn better when they see the learning result in career advancement
– People learn better when they are under threat
In “ Ways To Facilitate Learning

Quando começa a aprendizagem? – vídeo

29 Janeiro, 2012

As 6 categorias de uma estratégia de aprendizagem

9 Janeiro, 2012

In “Making a Strategic Learning Portfolio the Heart of any Learning Strategy” (páginas 68 a 82)

Aprendizagem 70:20:10

17 Dezembro, 2011

In “Effective Learning with 70:20:10

Estratégias para facilitar a aprendizagem informal no trabalho

11 Novembro, 2011

Referencing the work of Mumford, Marsick and Watkins (1997) encourage the use of personal development plans. These plans are developed in concert with managers, their managers and/or staff, and an external learning facilitator. These plans emphasize natural learning, outside of the classroom, along with more structured courses or activities. Marsick and Watkins (1997) point out that informal learning can be planned, and overall learning is enhanced by planning, either before the fact or in retrospect to learn from past experience.

In “Informal Workplace Learning”, David Cofer

Utilize a primeira hora de trabalho para o seu desenvolvimento profissional

25 Outubro, 2011

When I begin my day with an hour spent on a high-impact project, though, things tend to flow more smoothly. I accomplish more and feel that sense of “flow” more frequently. I also am happier and more energetic. Hour One matters because it sets the tone for what’s to come. If you start off well, it’s relatively easy to keep going: you feel motivated by what you’ve achieved, so you carry on doing great work.

In “Professional Development Tool: The First Hour

Como aprendi – vídeo

3 Julho, 2011