Hats Off To Adaptive Learning: Tailoring Corporate Training For Each Learner

by SweetRush

Using adaptive learning in corporate training is a powerful approach for achieving highly effective, personalized training and better performance outcomes. Discover how it works, when to use it, and its many benefits—like greater retention and ROI.

Key Chapters

  1. What Is Adaptive Learning And How Does It Benefit Your Online Training Program?

    A personalized learning experience that considers one’s knowledge and needs, adaptive learning is more effective and efficient than traditional learning—delivering higher engagement and retention, more satisfied learners, and less-stressful Instructional Design.

  2. 6 Ways You Can Add Adaptive Learning To Your Online Training

    You don’t need expensive technology or time-consuming processes to create adaptive learning. Learn how to implement these adaptive learning techniques into your training design so learners have a more targeted, interesting, and impactful experience.

  3. What’s The Difference Between Adaptive Learning And Personalized Learning?

    It’s an L&D mystery; are they interchangeable terms or do they have their own definitions? The mystery is solved in Chapter 3.

  4. Busting 6 Myths About Adaptive Learning

    Despite its many benefits, stakeholders can be reluctant to adopt adaptive learning due to these myths about why it can’t work. Learn the truth and overcome objections to adopting adaptive learning.

  5. Instructional Design Techniques For Adaptive Learning

    If you aren’t sure when or where adaptive learning is appropriate, or what different techniques are available, check out these 11 training situations showcasing examples of our successful adaptive learning solutions.

  6. Fostering Employee Engagement In (And With) Adaptive Learning

    Feeling, thinking, and doing are key components of engagement, and with adaptive learning, you can adjust your engagement strategy to each individual. These approaches increase engagement for a variety of learners.

  7. Evaluating The ROI Of Adaptive Learning

    Examine the benefits and costs—including the cost to consume training—of adaptive versus non-adaptive learning. Bonus: Discover how adaptive learning enables easier data gathering and analysis, which supports continuous improvement in L&D.

Each of us has a different understanding of the world, different potentials to achieve our goals, and so different learning needs. Yet organizations often deliver the same training to everyone, as if we’re exactly the same. This means none of us ever get the exact training we need. We may learn from it, but it’s inefficient. This is the root problem that adaptive learning is meant to solve: deliver training that provides exactly what each learner needs, and only what is needed.

Adaptive learning and adaptive technology are undoubtedly elevating the learning experience. If you still have second thoughts about what it is, how it works, its benefits and whether you should implement it or not, download this fantastic eBook to get all the info you need from the experts!

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Christopher Pappas
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