27 janvier 2018

Lessons learned from imposing performance-related pay on teachers

The ConversationOne of the toughest subjects in classrooms at the moment is the recruitment and retention of teachers. Their level of pay is often cited as a problem – and possibly part of a solution.
In England, the public sector pay freeze of recent years has meant real terms pay cuts for many teachers. More...

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Surveys are not the best way to measure the performance of Australian universities

The ConversationDepending on who’s doing the reading, the 2017 Employer Satisfaction Survey shows the overwhelming majority of employers think graduates are well-prepared for jobs. Or it might show universities need to do more to address the needs of graduates and employers. Or even that universities are not delivering to businesses. More...

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20 janvier 2018

Approches individuelles et collectives pour améliorer la performance de vos équipes

Focus RH - Gestion de carrière et évolution professionnellePar Isabelle Grenier et Pierre Maurin. Nous voyons apparaître fréquemment de nouveaux concepts et techniques pour former les leaders, améliorer leur efficacité et les aider à prendre des décisions pertinentes dans un environnement en constante évolution. Le développement du leadership et de la performance d’équipes deviennent des disciplines à part entière, et les organisations les intègrent dans leur stratégie globale. Plus...

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09 janvier 2018

Atout GRH - Aide régionale au conseil pour la performance industrielle

http://www.employeurs-grh.arftlv.org/App_Themes/GRH/Images/bandeau2.jpgPour renforcer le développement et la performance industrielle des entreprises régionales, la Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine propose une aide au conseil. Plus...

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Atout GRH - Aide régionale au recrutement pour la performance industrielle

http://www.employeurs-grh.arftlv.org/App_Themes/GRH/Images/bandeau2.jpgPour renforcer les compétences et la performance industrielle des entreprises régionales, la Région Nouvelle-Aquitaine propose un appui au recrutement de cadres ou de techniciens qualifiés. Plus...

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02 janvier 2018

Boosting student performance with robot learning

http://people.uis.edu/rschr1/wp-content/themes/default/images/kubrickheader.jpgTechno-News Blog. Remote learning is a growing means of delivering education. A downside is with student engagement. This can be overcome, according to new research, when robotic assistants are used. The Michigan State University research has concluded that online students who elect to use the innovative robots can feel more engaged and connected to the instructor and students in the classroom. More...

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01 décembre 2017

Subscription Learning as Performance Support Coaching

Subscription Learning as Performance Support Coaching
Will Thalheimer, Subscription Learning, 2017/09/19
Will Thalheimer describes an interesting performance support application called Trek. "Using employee's smartphones’ sensors (camera, audio and video recorder, and GPS)... employees captured evidence of their critical actions at each step in their learning path. More...

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30 novembre 2017

The Future of Work: Intelligent Training That Adapts to Employee Performance

The Future of Work: Intelligent Training That Adapts to Employee Performance
Rallyware, 2017/09/14
This is basically marketing content but I'm including it today as evidence of a wider trend in learning toward workplace performance support over formal in-class training. As the headline suggests, performance support needs to be context-aware, knowing not just what the learner is doing but also what they've done (and learned) in the past. More...

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26 novembre 2017

Performance funding is not the way to improve university teaching

The ConversationThis issue has deep roots in university history. University students were (and are) expected to be much more self-directed than school students. Partly as a result, the academic workforce did not make university teaching into a profession. More...

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25 novembre 2017

Study Questions Effect of Performance Funding

HomeBy Paul Fain. A growing number of states -- 35 so far -- have created performance-based funding models that tie portions of appropriations for public colleges to outcome measures such as degree production or student graduation rates. A new research paper examines results of performance-funding formulas in Ohio and Tennessee, which are home to two of the most established of such policies. More...

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