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Guiding Your Learner Toward Engagement

Guiding Your Learner Toward Engagement

Learning is an adventure! At least, it can be. For your next e-Learning course, try guiding your learner through the course, gradually revealing important pieces of information like Hansel and Gretel’s breadcrumb trail. The carefully planned emphasis and reveal of important information will keep your learner interested and paying attention.

Theme-based Learning for Heightened Retention: An e-Learning Perspective

Theme-based Learning for Heightened Retention: An e-Learning Perspective

Theme-based Learning can be utilized to create a common thread of familiarity for all learners and build strong connections with the topics being taught. Theme based learning is a common approach in the K12 scenario – but the benefits for corporate training are also manifold. A theme is the existence of common ideas and topics across multiple contexts. By building relationships between topics, themes provide a common ground for understanding multiple topics in detail. This approach works very well when catering to a diverse learner group or learners who are new to the idea of technology-aided learning.

5 Tips to Boost Engagement in the Virtual Classroom

5 Tips to Boost Engagement in the Virtual Classroom

This article explores five simple tips for boosting engagement with online training, inspired by a recent session at LMS provider BlueVolt’s annual LEAP Ahead conference. This brief article explores principles of the cognitive science of virtual learning that are easy to implement into any new or existing elearning program.

Learning Supports Employee Engagement

Learning Supports Employee Engagement

We all know the importance of employee engagement. Forbes reports a 6% higher net profit margin for companies with an engaged workforce, and a five times higher shareholder return over five years than companies without an engaged workforce. As Human Resources and Learning and Development department plan an engagement program, the following factors and the Q12 questions should be taken into consideration.