Training doesn’t have to be repetitive. Adaptive Learning adjusts to focus on what each individual needs and deliver personalized lessons. It stops wasting time, energy, and cost on redundant training.
Adaptive Learning is Intuitive.
When annual training time rolls around, you can hear the sighs going around the training room. The employee in the corner is trying to sneak in a pillow for the nap he is going to try and get.
Training can be repetitive, boring, and dreaded. But it doesn’t have to be.
With intuitive learning, individualized training accomplishes more at a quicker pace. Information the student receives is based on their own answers for a focused learning experience.
Training is for learning new skills. Not for those you already know.
We can all use a refresher, but not hours and hours of it. It never hurts to go over something that was previously taught. Hitting the highlights before moving on is always a good thing. But there is a point where it becomes redundant.
McGraw Hill Education explains adaptive learning as technology that inexpensively scales the benefits of 1-on-1 mentorship, providing each learner with their own personalized course, which adjusts in real-time for his or her performance and engagement level.
Simply put, it changes depending on the student’s knowledge. If a student is excelling in a certain area, there is no need to keep wasting time and energy on those subjects. The course adjusts, skipping parts that the learner excels in and instead focuses on what the student needs to focus on. This style changes to fit the student’s needs.
You don’t know what you don’t know.
If employees believe they already know the subject, they will stop paying attention. And when it comes time for something new, they have already zoned out. Adaptive learning keeps them focused by tailoring the course just for them. They will be more engaged and have better retention.
Individualized training for remote workers.
Presenting training to remote employees has its obstacles. Webinars present a topic, but are the employees really paying attention? A zoom call is great, but not everyone will ask questions for better understanding. In a traditional one-on-one setting, a teacher would adjust their verbiage, time spent on subjects, and teaching style for the student’s learning ability. But nothing about the world right now is traditional.
Adaptive learning has many advantages.
Most companies don’t have the luxury of one-on-one training. Training normally consists of a speaker, content made for an entire group, or video. If you are lucky to have an in-person training, there is still the group setting with a time limit. This does not allow for much one-on-one coaching.
There are so many advantages to e-learning like learning at your own pace and taking the course when it fits into your schedule. But there are disadvantages too. It is a one-style version. Adaptive Learning is changing that.
Adaptive learning allows companies to cut down on training time, but still properly train their employees. And get personnel back to their duties in a quicker manner.
Are you still using the same old repetitive training you have been giving your employees year after year after year? Wouldn’t it be fantastic to skip the stuff they know, focus on new material, and get them back to work? Well, why don’t you?
Stop wasting time and money on skills already mastered and focus on what is needed. With our Adaptive Learning Courseware, you can! And with an E3 format, content is presented using animation, real life scenarios and infographics, creating an engaging learning experience for better retention.