Integrowanie koncepcji AT w spotkaniach zespołu za pomocą metod mikrolearningu

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Amanda Lacy
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8873-6220

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Mikrolearning w ramach spotkań zespołowych zapewnia natychmiastowe zastosowanie wiedzy i integrację z praktyką. Jako metoda pedagogiczna, mikrolearning rozwinął się w miejscach pracy, ponieważ jest w stanie przekazywać niewielkie ilości wiedzy, która jest istotna, podnosi umiejętności i może być stosowana bezpośrednio w praktyce.


Ponieważ więcej spotkań odbywa się w miejscu pracy niż kiedykolwiek wcześniej, wykorzystanie możliwości uczenia się nigdy nie było ważniejsze. Podczas spotkań zespołowych regularnie tracono możliwości uczenia się z powodu konkurujących ze sobą priorytetów, nadmiaru informacji, braku wspólnej uwagi, rozbieżnych modeli mentalnych i braku identyfikacji potrzeb edukacyjnych.


W tym artykule omówiono jeden z aspektów doktoranckiego projektu badawczego, skoncentrowanego na uczeniu się podczas spotkań zespołowych. Dyskusję oparto o dwie koncepcje analizy transakcyjnej dostarczane jako tematy mikrolearningu podczas spotkań zespołu i stosowane w praktyce. Przedstawiono koncepcję, wnioski oraz dalsze rozważania.

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Lacy, A. (2020). Integrowanie koncepcji AT w spotkaniach zespołu za pomocą metod mikrolearningu. Edukacyjna Analiza Transakcyjna, (9), 161-185. https://doi.org/10.16926/eat.2020.09.11
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Amanda Lacy, University of Sydney, ITAA, EATA, ANZTA

Amanda (Mandy) Lacy bada pamięć grupową, mikro-uczenie się i praktyki budowania wiedzy na spotkaniach zespołu. www.meetingintelligence.global przedstawia praktyczne zastosowanie MQ. Mandy jest konsultantem, trenerem i edukatorem w zakresie; przywództwo, uczenie się w miejscu pracy, rozwój zespołu i zarządzanie realizacją korzyści, głównie za pomocą głównych programów transformacji cyfrowej. www.mandylacy.nz

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