Of the different forms of assessment, observation provides the most in depth insights into a person's occupational capacity. It allows for organic identification of what the learner is doing well and what could be improved on. The key to observational assessment is having a systematic way of collecting and interpreting data. Observational assessment is useful … Continue reading Observational Assessments
An effective learning and development program involves setting, and then achieving, clear and relevant learning objectives. These learning objectives provide a framework that helps set the direction, focus the approach, and measure success of the knowledge or skills acquired by the learners.
The “new normal” has prompted many businesses to adapt quickly to working remotely. Almost every aspect of company operations have shifted online. Much of team and colleague communication is happening in virtual meetings. And as organizations shift to hiring online and remote employees, what used to be in-person onboarding interactions and rounds of introductions are … Continue reading How to Onboard New Employees Remotely
When planning a training strategy for meeting learning and business objectives, there are two modes of delivery you must consider: synchronous and asynchronous. So which one is better? Ideally, what works best for the content, the instructor, and the participants is the model used. However, there are likely many more factors that will go into … Continue reading Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Learning
Blended learning refers to a hybrid and integrated form of learning. While the exact definition and delivery approaches may vary from person to person, blended learning in general includes a combination of independent learning and instructor led methods. Blended learning involves two or more of the following components: Instructor Led Training (ILT): In-person classroom activities … Continue reading What is Blended Learning?
Businesses across the world are responding to the new challenges they face during the COVID-19 outbreak. Employees and company leadership alike are concerned about the future of businesses and jobs in the short and near term future. With strict guidelines for as many people as possible to work from home, it’s more important than ever … Continue reading How Can an LMS Help Your Business During Coronavirus?
The world of instructional design and, more specifically e-learning, has its own vernacular and terminology along with a wealth of acronyms, which can be daunting at first to a newbie. If you are relatively new to this arena or find yourself overwhelmed by the jargon, here is a list of popular terms used in the … Continue reading ELearning Terms You Should Know
The term “LMS” is a buzz word that’s frequently thrown around in the training and professional development space, but newcomers to the online learning environment will appreciate this quick primer to see if an LMS, or Learning Management System, is right for your organization. What is an LMS and what does it do? A Learning … Continue reading What is an LMS?
Microlearning is educational content broken down into smaller pieces of information in the form of text, images, audio, video, or other forms of multimedia. It is intended to break down large pieces of information into bite-sized pieces to better retain information. There has been a surge of microlearning discussions lately due to ever-shrinking attention spans, … Continue reading What is Microlearning?
Jeff Olsen from MaritzCX and Manish Gupta from EduBrite The EduBrite team had a fantastic time with the Customer Education and Training Professionals at this year’s DevLearn. We celebrated the launch of SuccessX and highlighted some of our early adopters. Terry Lyons from VMware and Manish Gupta from the EduBrite team joined forces to present … Continue reading DevLearn 2019 Recap