Did you know that 86% of organizations are focused on reporting, but only 15% of HR functions have strong analytics capabilities? This leads to a disconnect between Learning and Development (L&D) and Corporate within organizations.
In February the FT business education team launched the Business School Challenge, a quiz in which teams of MBA students pit their wits against each other in aid of the FT’s annual charity – this year it was World Child Cancer. I was impressed by
This article presents the case for the use of game-based learning in e-learning environments. The post considers the elements of games that make them engaging and successful learning tools. Read more to find out why you’re missing out by not using games for training and development.
The 70:20:10 model for Learning & Development is a strategy to improve workplace performance. Get tips for implementing the 70:20:10 model successfully.
Míldred Guinart Orpinell's insight:
Sound likely? For many people, it’s totally likely, according to the 70:20:10 model for Learning & Development. This framework—or training strategy if you’re smart—says that in a workplace:
70% of learning is experiential. It happens through daily tasks, challenges and practice.20% of learning is social. It happens with and through other people, like coworkers.10% of learning is formal. It happens through structured training courses and programs.
In this article, I will go over the factors that come into play when determining the overall cost of custom eLearning content, regardless of whether you are in the private education or corporate training sector, so that you can get an accurate idea of how much of your budget you may want to set aside for your upcoming online learning project.
Blended learning can tick a lot of boxes for a lot of different teachers who teach in potentially quite different scenarios. From 1:1 classrooms and schools with plenty of iPads to BYOD classes filled with different types (and amounts) of technology, blended learning can help nearly every teacher make learning more personalized and more interesting …
One of our clients had their technical support staff traveling across India and overseas to install and commission their new milling and turning machines at their end users’ sites. This was, however, proving to be a major logistical challenge for them. Therefore, they wanted us to design an online program that could train all their end users on the commissioning of their machines. Read on to know more about the solution we conceptualized...
Each year, CORE Education’s experienced staff of researchers, education trainers, and technology experts pool their knowledge and expertise, and through a thorough process put together and publish CORE’s prognosis on what are the coming ten major trends in eLearning and education generally that will make an impact upon education in New Zealand (and other parts of the world).
One of the biggest challenges that eLearning professionals experience is demonstrating the return on investment (ROI) of their training programs. In order to attract project sponsors and to justify resources invested in the development of eLearning, projects need to prove that they deliver real benefit to an organization. This article discusses considerations that need to be factored in when calculating eLearning ROI.