Wednesday, December 1

Learning 2010

We are going to continue a tradition in the Big Question ...

The Big Question for December is:

What did you learn about learning in 2010?


If you are a blogger, I would highly recommend taking this as an opportunity to go back through your blog posts over the year and looking for any "aha moments" or highlight the posts that you think were the best/most interesting.

If you are not a blogger, please go read
Should All Learning Professionals Blog? and
Top Ten Reasons To Blog and Top Ten Not to Blog and consider if this might not be the perfect moment to start.

If I still (after 3 years) can't convince you, then you should still take this as an opportunity to reflect on the year and come up with what you've learned. I can promise it's well worth the time.


You might want to look back at some discussions going on during the last few yearly recaps:

How to Respond:

Option 1 - Simply put your thoughts in a comment below.

Option 2 -

Step 1 - Post in your blog (please link to this post).
Step 2 - Put a comment in this blog with an HTML ready link that I can simply copy and paste (an HTML anchor tag). I will only copy and past, thus, I would also recommend you include your NAME immediately before your link. So, it should look like:

Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0

or you could also include your blog name with something like:

Tony Karrer - e-Learning 2.0 : eLearningTechnology

Posts so far (and read comments as well):

6 comments:

Jason said...

Jason McDonald - Maybe You Should Read the Manual

ryan2point0 said...

Ryan Tracey - Online courses must die!

Kelly said...

Kelly Meeker/OpenSesame - 10 Useful Things I Learned This Year

Paul Angileri said...

Paul Angileri - The Fluidity of Learning in Today's Organizations

Jeff Goldman said...

Reflecting on My 2010 Blog Posts and Happy New Year

Brian said...

I began a Masters Program in HRD in 2010. The numerous ways to implement adult learning was amazing. I cannot wait to learn more about learning and embark on a new career path.