Training Professional Learning
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Social Learning Can Be Leveraged in Adult Education and Training
Illustrated by the graphic below are tools used for social learning that leverage adult education and training. Social learning provides greater learning opportunities, access to information, engaging others, conducting research, and acquiring knowledge.
•Provides quick access to information (domestic and global)
•Engage others for collaboration
•Provides ongoing learning for professional development
“The new social learning provides people at every level, in every nook of the organization, and every corner of the globe, a way to reclaim their natural capacity to learn non-stop” ( Bingham, 2010, p. 6).
Outline of How To Develop Training on Social Learning
Examples of how the social learning component applies to professional development in a working environment.
•Facebook is used for social networking and to promote products and services
•YouTube is excellent for creating and accesing training videos
•Prezi is a great tool for file sharing
•iSpring for sharing training presentations
•iTunes is used for podcasting
•Twitter is great for microblogging
Demonstrate Professional Learning Through Social Environments
Global organizations need skilled workers to continually grow in knowledge gained from social learning tools. In a technology driven era, professional learning is impotant in areas listed below:
•Creating training presentations•Use presentation tools to upload in Webinars•PowerPoint or Prezi•Use authorizing tools to upload traning presentations•Use YouTube to create training videos•Weebly to create a video and presentation library
For more information
iSpring Official Site (2015). iSpring Solutions. Retrieved from
YouTube (2015) TED Ideas Worth Spreading, Online Video. Retrieved from
Yahoo Official Site (2015). Pictures of Social Learning. Retrieved from
https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?hspart=btbar&hsimp=yhs- 002&type=br101dm61ts910af129359&p=picture%20of%20social% 20learnnS
Bingham, T. (2010). The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations, 1e ISBN: 9781605097022 Copyright © Cognella, Inc.