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The Stages of Learning: How You Slowly Become More Competent at New Skills

When you learn a new skill, the beginning tends to be the most frustrating part. Often, you’re not sure what you should be doing exactly, or how you should be doing it. This applies to everything from starting a new sport, to trying to speak a foreign language. Luckily, the process of becoming better at new skills is relatively predictable, and […]
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Carefully planned pre-service learning and then truncated, contrived professional learning?

When you learn a new skill, the beginning tends to be the most frustrating part. Often, you’re not sure what you should be doing exactly, or how you should be doing it. This applies to everything from starting a new sport, to trying to speak a foreign language. Luckily, the process of becoming better at new skills is relatively predictable, and […]
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Digital Portfolios: The Art of Reflection (K-12)

When you learn a new skill, the beginning tends to be the most frustrating part. Often, you’re not sure what you should be doing exactly, or how you should be doing it. This applies to everything from starting a new sport, to trying to speak a foreign language. Luckily, the process of becoming better at new skills is relatively predictable, and […]
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Cultivating Resources for Informal Learning

Depending on who you ask, 70, 80, or even 90 percent of what the average individual learns on the job takes place informally. Use a competency framework of well defined standards to guide this learning, and measure it using an online portfolio.
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ePortfolios Explained

When you learn a new skill, the beginning tends to be the most frustrating part. Often, you’re not sure what you should be doing exactly, or how you should be doing it. This applies to everything from starting a new sport, to trying to speak a foreign language. Luckily, the process of becoming better at new skills is relatively predictable, and […]
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