Tag: game based learning

Failure is the New Success

Failure in game-based learning

As some of our readers may know, I spent a significant portion of my life studying and working in games for education. That’s why I’m excited to tell you that my speaker proposal for the 2017 FocusOn Learning Conference has been accepted. Huzzah! The focus of the conference this year is on mobile, games, and video. […]

Virtual Reality: The Next Frontier in Adult Education

There I was, standing in my cubicle. My job seemed easy enough: the printer on my desk would print out red or black folders, and I had to file them in the red or black cabinets. I glanced up at the clock. I checked the calendar to see if I had anything interesting planned further […]

4 Phrases to Describe DevLearn 2016

4 phrases to describe devlearn

I’ve been attending eLearning Guild conferences since the community of practice’s inception around 2008. It has been fun watching company name changes and the growth of companies serving this nascent industry.  Watching the growing number of hard working practitioners who utilize vendor software and services has been especially enjoyable.  As an inhabitant of both worlds, […]

Adult Learning: Thoughts of Lou Russell

Lou Russell

I originally approached Lou Russell’s June 2016 LearningFlash as a review of the 2016 ATD Conference hosted in Denver. However, I soon realized that the newsletter was a general overview of all things important about adult learning. I liked the instructive edge to her article “Performance = (Knowledge + Skills) x Motivation” as well as […]