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1. Adult Learning Theories

1.1. Behaviorism

1.1.1. Descrption Learning influenced by environment (Shuell, 2016) Value for rote learning, standard procedures, or compliance with industrial/business standards (Bates, 2014) Focus on observable behavior

1.1.2. Theories Bandura's Social Learning Theory/Social Cognitive Theory People learn through observation (Shuell, 2016) Skinner's Theory of Learning Measurable learning objectives, computer-assisted instruction, multiple choice tests (Bates, 2014)

1.1.3. Learning Passive (Berkeley, 2016) Extrensic Involves positive and negative reinforcement (Berkeley, 2016)

1.1.4. Teaching Correct behavioral responses transmitted by instructor and absorbed by learner (Berkeley, 2016)

1.2. Cognitivism

1.2.1. Description Focus on identifying mental processes (Bates, 2014) Internal learning association. Information is processed, sorted, and retrieved as needed. Used to enhance recall in training (Sink, 2008) Knowledge constructed based on pre-existing cognitive structures (Berkeley, 2016)

1.2.2. Theories Piaget Knowledge created through evolving relationship between internal strictures, cognitive processes, and environment (Grider, 1993) Lewin's Change Model Motivation in learning; one learns with intention to do so (Grider, 1993)

1.2.3. Learning Discovery by learners (Berkeley, 2016) Intrinsic Learners set own goals and motivate themsleves to learn (Berkeley, 2016) Approach to Learning Comprehension, abstraction, analysis, synthesis. generalization, evaluation, decision-making, creative thinking (Bates, 2014)

1.2.4. Teaching Instructor facilitates learning via environment that promotes discovery and assimilation/accommodation (Berkeley, 2016)

1.3. Constructivism

1.3.1. Description Focus on building knowledge Knowledge constructed via learning community (Berkeley, 2016)

1.3.2. Learning Collaborative assimilation and accommodation of new information (Berkeley, 2016) Intrinsic and extrensic Learning goals and motives determined by learners (Berkeley, 2016)

1.3.3. Teaching Collaborative learning guided by facilitator

2. Social Media and Student Motivation

2.1. Benefits

2.1.1. Social development opportunities, enhance communication skills, build social networks (eLearning, 2016)

2.1.2. Help learners collaborate

2.1.3. Learning systems and communities serve as repository of various data elements for reference

2.1.4. Eliminates hierarchies; other learners viewed as neutral source of information (Clark, 2012)

2.1.5. Fosters comparison and self-evaluation (Clark, 2012)

2.1.6. Builds confidence Confirmation of knowledge is rewarding

3. Ethical Considerations

3.1. Copyright consideration

3.1.1. Is proper credit provided to original authors?

3.2. Relevancy

3.2.1. Is the information provided/discussed relevant to the topic?

3.3. Confidentiality

3.3.1. Is proprietary information being shared? What are the legal ramifications for negligence/gross negligence?

3.4. Content

3.4.1. Consideration given to language barriers? Were learners part of content determination?

3.5. Quality

3.5.1. Was content reviewed by editorial board, regulatory, or legal departments?

3.6. Abuse of outlet

3.6.1. Are participants respectful? Are users adhering to Social Media policy/Code of Conduct?

4. Training Competencies

4.1. Training delivery

4.1.1. Instructor-led Training (ILT)

4.1.2. Computer-based Training (CBT)

4.2. Assessments

4.2.1. Summative and Formative

4.2.2. Verbal, which allows for immediate feedback

4.2.3. Visual/Observation

4.3. Technologies

4.3.1. Company-based tools Email Website

4.3.2. Social Media You Tube Facebook Twitter

4.4. Surveys

4.4.1. End of course surveys From learners and management teams

5. References

5.1. References Bates, T. (2014). Learning theories and online learning.  Retrieved from http://www.tonybates.ca/2014/07/29/learning-theories-and-online-learning/ Berkeley. (2016). Overview of learning theories.  Retrieved from http://gsi.berkeley.edu/gsi- guide-contents/learning-theory-research/learning-overview/ Clark, D.R. (2012). Instructional Design: Social Learning and Social Media. Retrieved from http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/media/social_learning.html eLearning Industry. (2016). 9 tips to apply adult learning theory to eLearning. Retrieved from https://elearningindustry.com/9-tips-apply-adult-learning-theory-to-elearning Grider, C. (1993). Foundations of cognitive theory: A concise review.   Retrieved from  http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED372324.pdf Shuell, T. (2016).  Theories of learning.  Retrieved from http://www.education.com/reference/article/theories-of-learning/ Sink, D. L. (2008). Section III: Designing and developing effective learning - chapter 10:  Instructional design models and learning theories. Alexandria: American Society for  Training and Development. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com/docview