Scenario Based Learning

Applications of Behavioral Conditioning Theory in L&D Programs

2024-05-20T10:27:45+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Onboarding Training, Scenario Based Learning|

Behavioral conditioning theory is a school of thought that believes people learn through their experiences by associating a stimulus with a reward (positive) or a punishment (negative). This learning theory plays an instrumental role in understanding how to motivate your employees to learn. In this blog, we’ll explore how behavioral conditioning can be harnessed to shape behavior, enhance performance, and cultivate a thriving workplace culture. So, let’s get started.

Using Different Types of Learning Styles to Create an Effective Employee Training Program

2024-05-14T11:50:35+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

Training is and should be for everyone, regardless of the different types of learning styles. To accommodate different types of learning styles at work, you need to first know how your employees learn. In this blog, we will explore different learning styles and ways to incorporate them in your workplace.

Enhancing Learning & Development Programs with Constructivist Learning Theory

2024-05-10T10:48:59+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

How can L&D professionals incorporate the principles of constructivist learning theory to develop workplace learning programs that guarantee the best possible learning experience for each individual? Let’s explore this concept and how it can help you build an effective workplace learning and development program.

Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences Theory Decoded

2024-05-08T10:59:43+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

This blog decodes the essentials of Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences theory, explores each type of intelligence, and examines the implications of this theory for personal and educational development. Let’s begin!

5 Observational Learning Examples to Use in eLearning

2024-05-10T11:39:14+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Learning Styles and Objectives, Scenario Based Learning|

Observational learning is a mechanism of social learning wherein people learn by watching and imitating behaviors. It is a core component of Albert Bandura’s social learning theory. Observational learning enables individuals to learn from their environments, allowing for the transfer of complex and nuanced knowledge and skills. In eLearning, observational learning serves the same purpose. This article will present you with 5 observational learning examples that you can use in your eLearning programs for greater course efficacy.

7 Trends in New Age Corporate Training Programs

2024-04-17T10:49:01+05:30Categories: eLearning, Gamification of Learning, Learning Needs, Microlearning, Scenario Based Learning|

Studies have shown that using different types of learning techniques improves an individual’s engagement with the topic, retention of information, and overall satisfaction. Offering a variety of content, delivery methods, and further resources makes the learning experience richer and ensures the best possible outcome. Examples include supporting a face-to-face training program with e-learning modules, mobile learning sets, or discussion forums. Emerging new modes like AI, AR/VR, and gaming are adding flavors to blended learning techniques.

The Purpose of Training for Employees and Organizations

2024-05-06T18:09:00+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Needs, Microlearning, Onboarding Training, Process Training, Safety Trainings, Sales and marketing training, Scenario Based Learning|

In today’s organizations, the purpose of training is to maintain a skilled workforce for maximum productivity. Training plays a crucial role in the success and sustainability of businesses and is an important factor for achieving tangible outcomes. However, the purpose behind training is often looked at from a one-sided lens. This article will explore what training means for learners and businesses. Additionally, it will also cover different types of training organizations can implement to achieve specific goals.

SAM Instructional Design Model to Create Effective L&D Training Program

2024-03-01T15:43:59+05:30Categories: eLearning, Gamification of Learning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Microlearning, Mobile Learning, Scenario Based Learning|

Creating training and development content that drives measurable results is tricky. It is difficult to design instructionally comprehensive and performance-based eLearning content. Creating effective training content starts with instructional design. Instructional designers use instructional design models to define the activities that will guide the development of training modules. It allows them to communicate the purpose and reason behind a strategy.

6 Learning Technologies that are Revolutionizing eLearning

2024-04-03T13:22:31+05:30Categories: eLearning, Gamification of Learning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Microlearning, Mobile Learning, Scenario Based Learning|

Learning technologies have immensely transformed how modern users learn. They have made learning more interactive, impactful, scalable, and accessible. Learning technologies greatly enable both eLearning and face-to-face learning and are thus a valuable addition to L&D departments and educational institutions. This article will look at some of the most innovative learning technologies that influence and improve learning experiences greatly.

The Social Cognitive Theory of Albert Bandura

2024-03-22T10:29:03+05:30Categories: eLearning, Learning Culture, Learning Needs, Microlearning, Scenario Based Learning|

Social cognitive theory (SCT), primarily known as the social learning theory (SLT), was developed in the 1960s by Albert Bandura. It developed into the social cognitive theory in 1986 and states that learning occurs in a social context with a dynamic and reciprocal interaction of the person, environment, and behavior. The unique feature of Bandura’s social cognitive theory is the emphasis on social influence and its emphasis on external and internal social reinforcement. In this blog, we will discuss this in detail.