The 70:20:10 approach is a topic I have discussed with numerous learning managers. If you’re familiar with this framework, you’ll know that it suggests that 20% of our learning comes from knowledge sharing. Driven by the 70:20:10 initiatives in corporate environments, people are increasingly engaging in knowledge sharing.
Station Rotation model, one of the most popular blended learning models worldwide, transfers a traditional theory-based classroom into a virtually enriched, hands-on workshop. Unlike other blended learning models, the Station Rotation model takes place within the physical classroom or training room.
By Kasper Spiro | 19-08-2019
The 70:20:10 framework explains how we learn new information in the workplace. When learning new skills, up to 70 percent of what we learn comes from our own personal experience and discovery, up to 20 percent comes from asking others for help, and just up to 10 percent comes from formal training. Applying the 70:20:10 framework inside your organization is a great way to increase knowledge and achieve better results.
Knowledge sharing is a crucial factor today for maintaining a skilled, well-trained workforce. It’s no wonder some of the world’s leading companies have embraced knowledge sharing in recent years.
To truly engage your learners and to ensure that they will retain knowledge for use in their roles, you should make your e-learning course and assessments as relevant and applicable as possible. One good way to achieve this is by using the Scenario question type available in Easygenerator.
To date, it is still the standard for result tracking, but the latest version of SCORM (2004) is already 15-years-old. The world of e-learning has seen a lot of changes since then, from mobile learning to gamification. So the question on everyone’s mind, is SCORM still the only option? The answer: no, we now have xAPI (formerly known as TinCan).
By Kasper Spiro | 30-07-2019
Research has shown that a blended approach to learning improves both quality and quantity. So what is blended learning and how can you apply it? Typically, a blended classroom will be made up of face-to-face learning as well as online material to complete alone at the learners’ own pace.
If you have been in the teaching/training/learning scene recently, you will know that everybody seems to be talking about blended learning. But what are the benefits of blended learning and why should you switch to this approach?