Blends And The Virtual Class Building successful learning is about intentionality. Tuning into learner needs and perspectives, being confident in your educational model and methodology and using a tried and tested toolkit of design principles provide a base of solid, workable principles and practices when we develop training solutions. However, learning and performance is complex.
Five Learning Design Practices Designing learning is about creating an enticing, enduring and worthwhile learning journey for the individual and their organization. By placing the learner at the center and having a solid framework of thinking around your learning approach you’re on the way to creating a successful training story. While we don’t
Figure Out Your Learning Model Models and theories offer us frameworks for thinking. As a society we use them for pondering everything from astrophysics to GDP growth. A theory or model explains how something works. No one model will ever be one hundred per cent accurate in every situation, however, many of them
Putting The Learner At The Center At Intuition, learning is at the heart of what we do, and successful learning design hinges on understanding our learners: who they are, what they want and why they want it. Today’s learning audiences are diverse, made up of multi-generational modern learners. What this means is most learning
What Impact Has The Pandemic Had On Corporate Learning? Industries worldwide are experiencing unprecedented change as digital transformation and new economic realities shake up the world of work. For sectors like financial services and technology, which rely on skilled employees, finding the right people is a growing challenge – and likely to become
Understanding Motivation: Get To Where You Need To Go As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to accelerate the workplace of the future, it is inevitable certain challenges and obstacles will crop up. This can make it difficult to adapt successfully to working from home. One of the major obstacles many remote workers will experience is motivation,
Exploring Remote Internships: Part 3: Virtual Mentoring Tips for Success With L&D Expert, Debora Jeske Notes on Contributor: Debora Jeske is a work and organizational psychologist in Berlin, Germany with experience in higher education and industry. In addition, she is an adjunct senior lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland.
Prepare and Protect: Cybersecurity Best Practices When Working From Home Even before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and its accompanying disruptions, we were in the midst of a workforce revolution, as technology has enabled flexible and remote working on an unprecedented scale. According to research done by FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics, the number
Exploring Remote Internships: Part 2: Learning Outcomes and Duration With L&D Expert, Debora Jeske Notes on contributor: Debora Jeske is a work and organizational psychologist in Berlin, Germany with experience in higher education and industry. In addition, she is an adjunct senior lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork, Ireland. She
5 Mistakes Made by Remote Workers This article was created following our webinar on Resilience & Remotability: Indispensable Skills for the New Normal delivered by high-performance expert, Owen Fitzpatrick. If you'd like to watch the webinar in full, click here. **************************************** The dramatic increase in remote workers across the globe has hit almost all industries