Interesting to learn about this competence model.
Picture: From the above post
There are however a few areas of “doing” which would need to be developed, especially when learning with tools and technology in the workplace, and with others. These could include the use of Web 2.0 and PLE/N as a means to further develop the practice, and refine the metacognitive skills, sense-making and way finding, which would also allow for the development of further networking practice and community building at an expert level. Such competence would also include emotional intelligence – self awareness, self control, interpersonal skills, motivation, empathy, social skills, negotiation skills, and critical thinking. These competences are then developed as a capacity for learning for the professional in his or her life long learning journey.
I would need to compare this model with the various models of learning as shared here on Mastery Learning and Bloom’s Taxonomy:
I have once suggested this model on teaching and learning, and I wonder if that may then provide some strategies for facilitation and learning in a complex learning environment.
Here is the slideshare
George Siemens has also suggested this model on Technology Enhanced Knowledge and Learning.
Further models of learning are now focussed on Learning Analytics as shown below:
Which model is most appropriate for your situation? Why?