On this week’s LNTV show, Cathy Miller from NHS Blood & Transplant talks about the project that helped her to secure Gold for Learning Leader of the Year at this year's Learning Awards.
Emma Weber explains how her self-teaching chatbot tool is supporting learners to reflect on their learning commitments. Page Chen from Remote-Learner, recently acquired by Learning Pool, joins LNTV to talk about expanding from the education sector into the corporate training world.
Also on this week's show, Robin Hoyle argues for stopping concentrating on assessing learners' knowledge and instead assessing their confidence to think through solutions; and Michelle Parry-Slater talks to Peter Jones of The Stroke Association about how they have adapted learning programmes during the pandemic.
The next Learning Now tv show is on Thursday Apr 15 at 10 am UK time. And the show will be available on catch up from the LNTV website three days later.
The full programme of interviews and features for LNTV Apr 15:
Cathy Miller talks to Nigel about the project at NHS Blood & Transplant that won her a coveted Gold Award for 'Learning Leader of the Year' at this year's Learning Awards.
Emma Weber explains how her powerful self-teaching chatbot tool Coach M is realising great success in supporting learners using SMS and online platforms to slow down and reflect on their specific learning commitments.
Page Chen talks to Nigel about her company Remote-Learner which is expanding out from its base in the education sector into the corporate training world with some fascinating results.
Robin Hoyle this month looks at ‘confidence-based assessment’ and he recommends you to stop concentrating on assessing people’s knowledge but assess their confidence to think through the solution.
We continue our series looking at L&D in the Third Sector. This month, Michelle Parry-Slater talks to Peter Jones of The Stroke Association about how they have adapted learning programmes during the pandemic and in particular how they have implemented live online learning.
The next Learning Now tv programme is on Apr 15 at 10 am UK time with the live social stream with Colin Steed starting at 9.50 am UK time.