“Learning is an experience. Everything else is just information.”
– Albert Einstein.
Have you ever had to show your team members how to use a new system, or teach them a new skill? Did you struggle to hold their attention, or worry that your message wasn’t getting through?
People have different learning styles, and it can be difficult to cater for them all. You want to be sure that the information you’re presenting is digested, retained, and put to good use by everyone.
Educational psychologist Robert Gagné identified nine ways to make learning more effective, focusing on the way you instruct, monitor, assess, and guide your team members.
You can use Gagné’s Nine Levels of Learning as a checklist when planning your training sessions to help give your team the best possible learning experience.
Find out more in our article.