Pamela Meyer's Videos (Center to Advance Education for Adults) - Center to Advance Education for Adults 2020-02-25T05:35:46Z http://caeacommcon.ning.com/video/video/listForContributor?screenName=DPCAEA&rss=yes&xn_auth=no News From the Field: Feb 17, 2016 tag:caeacommcon.ning.com,2016-02-23:1428604:Video:41382 2016-02-23T14:57:00.819Z Pamela Meyer http://caeacommcon.ning.com/profile/DPCAEA At this session DePaul, School for New Learning faculty shared the latest adult learning trends and hot topics from the recent CAEL (Council for Adult and Experiential Learning and AAACE (American Association for Adult and Continuing Education) conferences, as well as several others with fifteen on-site participants and a large and engaged online audience. Participants learned about the latest developments in competence-based learning, micro-credentials, scalability, equity and access, among… At this session DePaul, School for New Learning faculty shared the latest adult learning trends and hot topics from the recent CAEL (Council for Adult and Experiential Learning and AAACE (American Association for Adult and Continuing Education) conferences, as well as several others with fifteen on-site participants and a large and engaged online audience. Participants learned about the latest developments in competence-based learning, micro-credentials, scalability, equity and access, among other hot topics.<br /> <br /> Presenters were:<br /> <br /> • Janise Hurtig, Ph.D.<br /> • Catherine Marienau, Ph.D.<br /> • Michelle Navarre-Cleary, Ph.D.<br /> • Cynthia Stevens, Ed.D.<br /> After brief highlights from each presenter, the discussion opened to all participants to explore implications these trends have for our work with adult learners in various settings. News From the Field (1.29.14): CAEL and AAACE Conferences Discussed tag:caeacommcon.ning.com,2014-02-04:1428604:Video:34727 2014-02-04T15:47:47.457Z Pamela Meyer http://caeacommcon.ning.com/profile/DPCAEA On January 29, 2014 a diverse group of adult learning professional gathered for lively discussion of the latest trends and topics from the recent CAEL and AAACE conferences. Special thanks to DePaul faculty, Catherine Marienau, Ph.D., Michelle Navarre Cleary, Ph.D. and Leodis Scott, Ed.E. who generously shared their reflections and insights. On January 29, 2014 a diverse group of adult learning professional gathered for lively discussion of the latest trends and topics from the recent CAEL and AAACE conferences. Special thanks to DePaul faculty, Catherine Marienau, Ph.D., Michelle Navarre Cleary, Ph.D. and Leodis Scott, Ed.E. who generously shared their reflections and insights. New Developments in Competence-based Learning, MOOCs and More tag:caeacommcon.ning.com,2013-10-03:1428604:Video:34308 2013-10-03T15:53:16.342Z Pamela Meyer http://caeacommcon.ning.com/profile/DPCAEA On October 1, 2013 Catherine Marienau, Ph.D., Kathryn Wozniak and Pamela Meyer, Ph.D. shared current trends and developments in competence-based learning and education, MOOCs, badges and other assessment and credentialing trends. We will discuss implications for adult learning practitioners in our various practice settings. Please visit the News From the Field group to download the slides from this conversation and share additional ideas and resources:… On October 1, 2013 Catherine Marienau, Ph.D., Kathryn Wozniak and Pamela Meyer, Ph.D. shared current trends and developments in competence-based learning and education, MOOCs, badges and other assessment and credentialing trends. We will discuss implications for adult learning practitioners in our various practice settings. Please visit the News From the Field group to download the slides from this conversation and share additional ideas and resources: <a href="http://caeacommcon.ning.com/group/news-from-the-field/forum/topics/october-1-2013-new-developments-in-competence-based-learning-mooc">http://caeacommcon.ning.com/group/news-from-the-field/forum/topics/october-1-2013-new-developments-in-competence-based-learning-mooc</a><br /> <br /> Video Link: <a href="http://condor.depaul.edu/mptvideo/SNL/SNL10012013/CAEA10012013.html">http://condor.depaul.edu/mptvideo/SNL/SNL10012013/CAEA10012013.html</a> From Brain to Mind: Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Adult Education tag:caeacommcon.ning.com,2013-05-15:1428604:Video:32219 2013-05-15T13:55:51.945Z Pamela Meyer http://caeacommcon.ning.com/profile/DPCAEA On May 8, 2013, James E. Zull, Professor of Biology, Biochemistry and Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University and author of "From Brain to Mind: Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Education" led a workshop to help us learn how to use the latest developments in neuroscience to improve our work with adult learners. On May 8, 2013, James E. Zull, Professor of Biology, Biochemistry and Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University and author of "From Brain to Mind: Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Education" led a workshop to help us learn how to use the latest developments in neuroscience to improve our work with adult learners. What if Every Encounter Were a Learning Encounter? tag:caeacommcon.ning.com,2012-02-01:1428604:Video:22057 2012-02-01T00:20:08.296Z Pamela Meyer http://caeacommcon.ning.com/profile/DPCAEA <a href="http://caeacommcon.ning.com/video/what-if-every-encounter-were-a-learning-encounter"><br /> <img alt="Thumbnail" height="75" src="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/2177720823?profile=original&amp;width=100&amp;height=75" width="100"></img><br /> </a> <br></br>Please enjoy this montage of responses to the question we asked ourselves and learning professionals across practice settings in 2012, "What if Every Encounter Were a Learning Encounter?"<br></br> <br></br> Our purpose was to bring together thoughtful practitioners from various practice settings (including business, non-profit, healthcare and higher education) to… <a href="http://caeacommcon.ning.com/video/what-if-every-encounter-were-a-learning-encounter"><br /> <img src="http://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/2177720823?profile=original&amp;width=100&amp;height=75" width="100" height="75" alt="Thumbnail" /><br /> </a><br />Please enjoy this montage of responses to the question we asked ourselves and learning professionals across practice settings in 2012, "What if Every Encounter Were a Learning Encounter?"<br /> <br /> Our purpose was to bring together thoughtful practitioners from various practice settings (including business, non-profit, healthcare and higher education) to surface the burning questions and issues in mentoring, advising and informal learning. We used these questions and themes to guide our programming and inquiry into these topics in the months that followed. We also hope you will be inspired to join our growing community of practice to continue the conversation and share resources with your colleagues as we continue our inquiry.