Personalized Learning is a common buzzword in today’s education industry. There’s no shortage of studies, interviews, and articles praising its effectiveness. With all the buzz, it can be difficult to fully understand what personalized learning is and how you can effectively use it. What is it? Personalized Learning is a form of education that’s built
Learnkit has published content about Blended Learning and The Flipped Classroom but our subscribers have consistently asked: What’s the difference? There are a number of articles explaining each learning methodology but it’s tough to find anything that clearly explains the difference between the two and when to use one over the other. To help clear
Making changes to education is no simple task. Deviations from traditional learning models are often met with resistance, while introducing new technologies or methods often rely on systemic change. Despite challenges, online learning is making tremendous progress when it comes to infiltrating all pillars of education, from corporate learning, to higher education, to K-12 schooling.
Employee onboarding has always been one of the most exciting things a company can do, as they’re adding new team members to their roster. It’s usually a signal of growth, new ideas and great talent coming in. The challenge, however, is getting this talent onboarded in an efficient manner. A lot of companies out there
Blended learning is a fairly new term for corporate learning professionals. We’ve talked to a large number of heads of talent, HR leaders and learning professionals that have heard the term ‘blended learning’ tossed around here and there, but still find it a little vague. We’ve found that many may have a good grasp of
Growing up, I loved watching late night infomercials. They were always so cheesy and I couldn’t help but wonder who would actually make those 3 easy payments of $49.95 to get the wacky and superfluous gadget or gizmo that was offering a freebie if you ordered within the hour. All except for one – The
What does it take to truly be a learning organization? Working with high-performing organizations, that focus on innovative and forward thinking people practices, we have the pleasure of helping our clients create better learning and development. We recently sat down with Kelsey Lee and Michael Lowe, Digital Content Specialists from Earls Kitchen + Bar
The trend towards digital has made elearning a favourable choice for organizations looking to employ effective learning solutions. However, it is important to understand the variations in elearning, and select the right type based on the learning needs of your people and your business. But, understanding how one type of elearning differs from the next