Creating eLearning Experiences Supported By Science
Every L&D program should be unique based on your organization’s objectives, current gaps, and employees’ goals. However, there are a few tried-and-tested approaches supported by science that you may want to factor into the design process. This eBook explores how to hit your learning KPIs with the help of 3 theories that are backed by scientific principles and research.
Hijack Your Learning KPIs With Science: 3 Theories Explaining Why Most eLearning Fails
Traditional eLearning isn’t cutting it anymore. Instead, we need engaging learning driven by human interaction.
Why Learning Science Holds The Secret To L&D Success
Many eLearning experiences fall short because they don’t put learners in the driver’s seat. Instead of allowing them to explore the subject matter in a collaborative environment where they can ask questions and evaluate the topic from different perspectives, these programs force learners into a more passive role. However, this eBook unlocks the secrets of learning science by delving into 3 theories that can transform your training strategy. For example, implementing active learning to empower and engage learners so that they’re able to evaluate all sides of a problem, tap into their decision-making skills, and discuss ideas with their geographically dispersed peers.
About This eBook
Are there proven strategies you can use to improve participation and create sticky L&D experiences? How can you leverage collaborative learning to foster practical experience and facilitate knowledge sharing among remote teams? Here’s a sneak preview of what you’ll find in this guide by 360Learning:
- How active learning boosts learner completion rates
- What mirror neurons tell us about learning from others
- The cognitive neuroscience behind collaborating with subject-matter experts
- Sugata Mitra’s ‘Hole in the Wall’ and ‘Granny Cloud’ experiments
- People learn from people–why collaborative learning is the solution we need
How To Get Your Copy
Download the eBook Hijack Your Learning KPIs With Science: 3 Theories Explaining Why Most eLearning Fails today to boost engagement and launch a collaborative learning strategy that gets results.
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