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Reflections

Learning and reflections from the Learning and Development Conference Asia 2019

September 19, 2019, by barry ng

It was my first learning and development conference that I’ve attended. It was an enriching experience where I understood the different functions of learning and development in 2 days. Here are some of my learning points

Reflections from Adult Learning Symposium 2018

November 1, 2018, by barry ng

We’re in 2018, coming to a close actually. Notice how fast the world is actually changing right before your eyes. I’ll share some insights with you from the Adult Learning Symposium which happened on 1st and 2nd November 2018.

Make Your Bed by William H. McRaven – Infographic Summary

July 19, 2018, by barry ng

Another one of my new creations based on the Book Make Your Bed by William H. McRaven. He talked a lot about his navy seals experiences. It’s a short book that I took about a week to complete, definitely worth the read.

How Gagne’s 9 event can be relevant to your next E-courseware

December 29, 2017, by barry ng

over the few years, e-courseware has widely been adopted by institutions and organisation in a form of computer-based training material. Designing courseware teaching and learning experience become challenging as you need to consider the most effective and engaging manner possible for the end user.

What’s your motivational factor?

November 20, 2017, by barry ng

Let’s take a look this week of the aspects of motivation.

Educating for an authentic experience?

November 18, 2017, by barry ng

I went to the EduTech Conference which was held in Suntec Convention Centre, Singapore. It was a learning experience and gaining perspectives from different k-12 to tertiary levels.

How are you from the past to the future.

June 6, 2017, by barry ng

Dear Son,

This is your dad, writing this so you could take a look in 10 years and understand if this blog is still around.

Persuing further education perspectives

January 30, 2017, by barry ng

There are 2 perspectives that I felt as I progressed in education. It was kind of expected to me, but it sort of formulated as time progresses and I had the ability to write out my thoughts.

Week 2 Reflection: blendkit blended learning designer

November 21, 2016, by barry ng

I will always ponder on matters on how I should interact with learners with regards to technology. There are great technology available for me to use. Especially those that I want to formatively assess my learners on their learning. As I continually inspire the lecturers in my institute to learn new technology and to come out with pedagogically sound techniques, I recognise the challenges that they face, especially with the limited time they have to engage the students and the limited resources that they have.

Week 1 Reflection: blendkit blended learning designer

November 1, 2016, by barry ng

Brent Wilson (1995), a pioneer in e-learning, has been cautioning online course designers about the downside of a systems approach for the past decade: An environment that is good for learning cannot be fully prepackaged and defined A more flexible approach will open the doors to more possibilities based on learner goals and needs.