Luma Learning Strategies in the Transportation Industry
Our free Luma Learning Lessons include objectives, estimated time, materials and instructional procedures for classroom and online/blended teaching. We will provide strategies on how to use our new LumaLive technology to collaborate virtually in real-time. We include these pillars from our learning research to illustrate where they are infused in our lessons.
For decades there has been discussions of interaction types in education. (Anderson, 2003) Most interaction types observed in driver training traditionally are learner to instructor or learner to content. Moreover, most interaction time with driver training and orientation is synchronous or at the same time. This Learning Strategy is going to help you think about ways you can hold training without a physical classroom.
The following Lesson is broken down into two different interaction times.
- Send out the Roadblocks to Hydration Worksheet before you meet.
- Meet up in webinar technology, like LumaLive.
- Share videos so you can share each person’s gallery artifact.
- Tell them before you start to have them write down any new ideas that they did not consider before the galley walk. They will not be walking around if you meet online, but they can still share through the video.
- Go around and have each participant share their strategy for overcoming a roadblock.
- Invite participants to share any new Ah Ha moments! they had the experience. Ask them, What do you think is the best way to teach others about staying hydrated?
- Send out the Roadblocks to Hydration eNugget® in Luma as a refresher a week after the live session.
- Send out the Roadblocks to Hydration Worksheet.
- Invite participants to share their posters/artifacts in an online discussion board.
- Post these additional questions:
- What is one new strategy you learned from your peers?
- What do you think is the best way to teach others about staying hydrated?
- Send out the Roadblocks to Hydration eNugget® in Luma as a summary to the experience.
Anderson, T. (2003). Modes of interaction in distance education: Recent developments and research questions. Handbook of distance education, 129-144.