4 Dimensions of Learning

Powerful Strategies to Effect Change in Individuals and Organizations

7. A Model for Developing

Meta-Cognitive Tools in Teacher Apprenticeships

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Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

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How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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6. Implementation of Innovation:

Evolving Models for Soci-  Technical Diffusion of Innovation and Changing Practice

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A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

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Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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  5.  A Matter of Design: A Proposal to
       Encourage the Evolution of Design in
       Instructional Design

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Dear to my heart, the idea that ID is a field that can evole, instead of being stuck in a series of rote exercises.

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A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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4. Designing Performance

Interventions for the Information Age

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Third of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. How to design and grow DOPSS interventions. Written with Tom Schwen.

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Dear to my heart, the idea that ID is a field that can evole, instead of being stuck in a series of rote exercises.

A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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3. Unique Metadata Schemas:

A Model for User-Centric Design

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Second of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. This is the model for using and finding pieces of information.

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Third of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. How to design and grow DOPSS interventions. Written with Tom Schwen.

Dear to my heart, the idea that ID is a field that can evole, instead of being stuck in a series of rote exercises.

A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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2. Improving Performance Support


Through IR Evaluation

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First of the three foundation articles about DOPSS — Dynamic Online Performance Support Systems

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Second of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. This is the model for using and finding pieces of information.

Third of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. How to design and grow DOPSS interventions. Written with Tom Schwen.

Dear to my heart, the idea that ID is a field that can evole, instead of being stuck in a series of rote exercises.

A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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1. A Little DOPSS Will Do You

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This article appeared in Performance Improvement. A short introduction to the DOPSS concept.

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First of the three foundation articles about DOPSS — Dynamic Online Performance Support Systems

Second of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. This is the model for using and finding pieces of information.

Third of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. How to design and grow DOPSS interventions. Written with Tom Schwen.

Dear to my heart, the idea that ID is a field that can evole, instead of being stuck in a series of rote exercises.

A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished. 

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This article appeared in Performance Improvement. A short introduction to the DOPSS concept.

First of the three foundation articles about DOPSS — Dynamic Online Performance Support Systems

Second of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. This is the model for using and finding pieces of information.

Third of 3 DOPSS foundation articles. How to design and grow DOPSS interventions. Written with Tom Schwen.

Dear to my heart, the idea that ID is a field that can evole, instead of being stuck in a series of rote exercises.

A case study of changing practice in a department of education. Challenging, but powerful.

Written with Paige Bray at the University of Hartford. Changing teacher apprenticeship using the model presented in Cook & Brown’s article. Very useful way of learning.

How ID can learn from movement education. A systems view of an organization. Jay Polsgrove & I have been working on this article for years. Unpublished.