In focusing on the culture of learning, the form of instruction requires particular consideration. Looking at the three key activities of instruction offers insight to creating content and delivery for learning.
- [Instructor] Because this course focuses on learning,…let's explore instruction in more depth.…For instruction to happen, you need an instructor,…and a learner.…But they don't need to be together…because instruction can come in so many forms.…If you think about it, following a recipe…is a form of instruction.…The chef wrote down all the ingredients and steps…for you to learn how to make the dish.…And while they're not there to provide coaching…or give you feedback,…a hungry learner; pun intended, will use trial and error…to get it right.…Watching an online video is another form of instruction,…as is taking an in person class.…
While there are many vehicles through which instruction…can occur, like books, videos, apps, and classes,…instruction itself happens via three key activities.…There are overlaps between them.…The first is communication.…Whether it's through spoken or written word,…delivered real time in person, or through a static mode,…the instructor tells the learner what to do and when.…The second is demonstration.…
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- Establishing a growth mindset
- Integrating learning into your organization
- Empowering through knowledge sharing
- Overcoming obstacles
- Addressing opportunities
- Measuring success