1. The technologies are taking places of human abilities.

  2. I suppose this works well when the connection for one small learning program is convenient to others. I suppose there must be connections that sometimes provide options. This is being suggested for education training for technical skills and I think the education accreditation institutions are wrestling with how these small credits can lead to advanced degrees or credits that go towards better pay, etc. I think there are still teachers who have little interest in technology training, but would be more approachable if it was available in small doses and less threatening. On the other hand, a certain amount of technology education and training is on YouTube and much of it misleading and time waster, but it is free!

  3. I just completed a research study that cooperated these findings. When the learning experience is broken into short segments and personalized the learner gains more affinity for the training as well as the organization responsible for delivering the training.
    Anyone interested in the study and the findings just send me a note on Twitter @thetrainingpro.

  4. Currently, in education there is this idea of individual learning plans (ILPs) for each student similar to individual educational plans (IEPs) for students with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. However, ILPs are rarely implemented. Nevertheless, this article highlights how some of the thinking and processes in the business world could have a great impact for learners still in traditional educational settings. This is fascinating to me, since historically there has always been a link between requirements for industry and how learners are taught in school as preparation. Perhaps the new college and career expectations will make learning in school more focused and tailored to meet individual needs.

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