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One Size Fits No One: Tailoring Learning Experiences To Individual Interests, Knowledge, And Skills With Adaptive Learning

  • Sep 23 2021
  • @ 11:00 am EDT
  • 60 Min.
  • John Cleave, Clare Dygert and Adrian Soto
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  • John Cleave, Clare Dygert and Adrian Soto

One Size Fits No One: Tailoring Learning Experiences To Individual Interests, Knowledge, And Skills With Adaptive Learning

  • Sep 23 2021
  • @ 11:00 am EDT
  • 60 Min.
  • Presented by Webinar presenter logo

  • Sponsored by Webinar sponsor logo

One Size Fits No One: Tailoring Learning Experiences To Individual Interests, Knowledge, And Skills With Adaptive Learning

Most training treats everyone the same, which, let’s face it, bores some and loses others.

Does this sound familiar? Building leadership skills is a pressing business need, but your learners are all over the map, from 50-year-olds who’ve been managing for 20 years to 30-year-olds fresh out of MBA school. That is, replace “leadership skills” with nearly any performance improvement challenge and it’s the same story: Learners bring their unique interests, knowledge, and skills to the table. In other words, how you take that into account will impact the success of your training.

So, how do you create tailored and personalized learning experiences without stressing out your learning team and blowing your L&D budget?

Join three learning experience design and technology experts from SweetRush for an enlightening discussion of adaptive learning: how to avoid a one-size-fits-all approach without breaking your team or the bank. By incorporating multiple learning paths within training, you can ensure learners get the learning they want and need, and only what they want and need.

John, Clare, and Adrian will explore a variety of techniques for achieving adaptive learning, across a variety of modalities (eLearning, virtual reality, chatbots, nudges, even ILT/VILT), with plenty of practical examples and best practices.

And, you’ll experience such kind of learning first-hand in the webinar—your input will help shape the conversation!

The goal of adaptive learning, ultimately, is to provide an experience optimized for each learner. Consequently, this leads to happier learners, deeper impact, and ultimately, improved performance. More precisely, it’s as much a mindset as a methodology, and all three presenters have it in spades.

During this session, you will learn:

  • Why adaptive learning should be the norm, not the exception
  • Practical techniques for adding adaptive learning to different learning experiences, at varying levels of integration and technical complexity, with examples
  • The importance of gaining empathy with the audience, in order to identify where and how to apply adaptive learning
  • What it’s like to experience adaptive learning in VILT -- namely, this webinar!

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Speakers

John Cleave, Clare Dygert and Adrian Soto

John Cleave, Clare Dygert and Adrian Soto

John Cleave is a Senior Learning Engineer at SweetRush. After earning an MA in corporate education and a PhD in computer science at Northwestern University in Evanston, John has been exploring adaptive learning ever since, helping to design and build over 200 learning systems. Clare Dygert is the Director of Learning Experience and Instructional Design at SweetRush, where she leads a virtual team of about 70 LXDs...

John Cleave is a Senior Learning Engineer at SweetRush. After earning an MA in corporate education and a PhD in computer science at Northwestern University in Evanston, John has been exploring adaptive learning ever since, helping to design and build over 200 learning systems. Clare Dygert is the Director of Learning Experience and Instructional Design at SweetRush, where she leads a virtual team of about 70 LXDs and game designers. Clare is passionate about creating research-informed learning experiences using cutting-edge methodologies and technologies. Currently design thinking for learning, virtual experiences, and the use of social media in learning are her jam. As a person who embraces research and development, Adrian Soto strives to discover innovative and creative ways to use technology to solve business challenges, taking a multidisciplinary approach by incorporating hardware, software, and design. Through his collaborative and stimulating work at SweetRush, he has led award-winning XR projects for companies such as Hilton, Google, Bridgestone, and Emirates.

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