As much as we sang the praises of experiential learning in the previous article, it’s important to note that experiential learning isn’t the be-all and end-all of learning. The best approach is to incorporate all learning types since each one offers a piece of the learning puzzle. In this article, we’ll look at application learning as a third approach that can be included in a strategic training program that yields maximum ROI, increases employee morale, and minimizes costly employee turnover. What is application learning? Application is the ultimate form of
In this article, we’ll focus on the learning loss that takes place for high school-aged students. We’ll look at how teachers and parents can work together to prepare these students for the next school year and graduation. Learning loss studies typically focus on elementary and middle school and not quite as much on high school. Teachers can attest that learning loss continues to take place for high school students. From reading comprehension to math equations to historical dates to scientific concepts, high school students experience academic losses during the summer.
As much as we sang the praises of experiential learning in the previous article, it’s important to note that experiential learning isn’t the be-all and end-all of learning. The best approach is to incorporate all learning types since each one
We have covered the impact of training on employee retention. Employee training, or lack of good training, points to a growing issue that employers in every industry are grappling with and that’s the skills gap. The skills gap happens when
Learning styles very differently from person to person. As each of us is unique, so is the way we learn. While there are 3 different types of learning, learning style is different as many of us combine the types of
Training results are arguably the most important part of the training process. The time, work, research, content creation, and engagement strategies you incorporate into your training are all a means to an end. You train for the following outcomes (Unboxed):
Post-training surveys have become standard practice for most organizations. You know the drill: After a training session that lasts several hours, you give your learners five minutes at the very end to rate the training in terms of whether they
You’ve worked hard to put together a great, impactful training. You’ve got everything set up and you’re ready to go! Now, how will you know if your hard work pays off? You can always administer the ubiquitous feedback quiz after