Tag Archives: learning

Review on the German Soufflearning-Conference

The German symposium “Soufflearning – New upward trend of workplace learning” took place on June 29th 2012 at the City Hostel Cologne-Deutz. The full documentation of this event is uploaded now (available only in German). More than 50 participants made … Continue reading

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Learning while working –
Success stories on workplace learning in Europe

CEDEFOP’s report “Learning while working: success stories on workplace-learning in Europe” presents an overview of key trends in adult learning in the workplace. It takes stock of previous research carried out between 2003 and 2010. The report recognises the central … Continue reading

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Success stories on workplace learning in Europe

Quality assurance in educational guidance and counseling – conference in Berlin

A conference “Quality development and self-evaluation in educational guidance – good practices from Austria, France, Germany and Slovenija” is announced on 7th of April 2011 at Centre Monbijou in Berlin. The conference will take place within the framework of Grundtvig-funded … Continue reading

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Working Smarter (by Jay Cross)

Learning is higher ground than training, but learning is not enough to make sure the job gets done. The goal is achieving the outcomes you seek. How you get there is immaterial. Sometimes it’s easier to add smarts to the … Continue reading

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How people learn to do their jobs

“Experience is still a more important teacher in the workplace than classes or workshops …” A model of workplace learning discussed by the Internet Time Alliance http://internettime.posterous.com/a-model-of-workplace-learning

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