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Learning Ladder Framework 0.1

systems_architect Sep 18th, 2018 (edited) 45 Never
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  1. # Learning Ladder
  2.  
  3. By Marc Carson - www.marccarsoncoaching.com
  4.  
  5. ## Common Methods and Uses
  6.  
  7. - Google Images
  8.   - For e.g. diagrammable or captionable tutorial topics.
  9.     - Systems
  10.     - Component breakdowns
  11. - Slideshare
  12.   - Look up on Youtube if it is working, helping (see if there's an
  13.     actual recording of the presentation)
  14. - PDF search
  15.   - May need to filter by site
  16. - Short (3-5m) Youtube videos
  17. - Reddit posts / summaries
  18.   - Reddit users if topical
  19. - Online articles
  20.   - Blog posts at .edu sites or other restricted-results search
  21.     - Less risk of pay-per-word
  22. - Podcasts
  23.   - Troublesome if not casual; tendency to rewind all the time
  24.   - Fun otherwise
  25.   - Possibly useful for topic review.
  26. - eBooks
  27.   - Hoopla / other library
  28.   - Amazon
  29. - Print books
  30.   - Writing in the book itself is powerful for modeling purposes.
  31. - Index Carding
  32.   - Create a mental model for a topic that fits on a small index card. Use a pencil and erase / update as needed.
  33.   - Provides a quick start for when you might drop the topic for periods of time
  34.   - Easily portable
  35.   - Easily locatable, keep in a specific place
  36. - DVD / Blu-ray
  37.   - Outlets: Library
  38.   - High leverage for cementing known information and filling in details
  39.   - High leverage for use in training others
  40. - Writing Tutorials
  41.   - Very useful as a guided research method.
  42.   - Important to start simple, for you AND the learner
  43.     - "Here's how to install the software that does the thing you want
  44.       to do"
  45. - Online courses
  46.   - Important to know facts, scope, schedule, and build a mental model
  47.     of the course itself, explicitly. (Paying attention to Se)
  48. - In-person courses
  49.   - In addition to above, important to model the travel, timeline, and
  50.     interval early on, so that Se stress is not compounded.
  51.   - Contingencies do help.
  52. - Certifications
  53.   - Typically important as a platform-supporter
  54. - Teaching Classes
  55.   - Identify a comfortable context first
  56.   - Very good for immediately requiring structure
  57. - Starting Businesses
  58.   - Can be a side business, no pressure to be anything more than even
  59.     a few minutes a week
  60.   - Allows depth and breadth of exploration
  61.   - The more high-level structure, the better
  62.   - Should draw on gifts
  63.  
  64. ## Points of leverage
  65.  
  66. - Identifying difficulties when you come across them
  67. - Compressed learning--speeding up videos
  68. - Teaching to learn
  69. - Learning the intuitive way
  70.   - Intuit:
  71.   - Identify the intuition: Extraversion of thought
  72.   -
  73.  
  74. ## Points of person-to-person contact
  75.  
  76. ### Main outlets of information:
  77.  
  78. - WWW
  79.   - Google
  80.   - Online Forums; Reddit
  81.   - FB groups
  82. - Internet
  83.   - IRC
  84. - Public library
  85. - Other people, direct contact
  86.   - Neighbors
  87.   - People at Church
  88.   - Clubs or groups locally
  89.     - Amateur radio club
  90.  
  91. ### Successful Interface Characteristics
  92.  
  93. - If a referral-based method is possible, referrals are very useful
  94.   - Correctly frames the communication as Them -> Me
  95.   - Does not communicate a challenge / threat
  96.   - Allows me to be in listener mode
  97. - Determine General Approach Method
  98.   - By psychological type:
  99.     - Relationship-sensitive--rapport first, then information
  100.     - Relationship-insensitive--information first, then rapport
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