A Learning management system (LMS) is a term used loosely to refer to a variety of computer application programs designed for training or educational purposes.Details
Decades of research in both laboratory and real-life applications have proven the value of positive reinforcement in directing behavior. Among the everyday scenarios where positive reinforcement has proven particularly successful is the classroom.Details
The concept of agile based learning has its roots in software development, where it provides a “lightweight” framework for the creation of code without the burden of heavy bureaucracy or administration that could potentially slow the process.Details
The traditional classroom environment has been built on the concept of in class lectures and instruction, followed up by supporting work – homework, essentially – performed outside the classroom environment.Details
In business training, the focus is often on how to most effectively convey a lesson to trainees, as if the instructional process was a one-way street.Details
When it comes to training, many managers and instructors remain couched in the old-school model of lecturing inside the classroom or seminar, leaving it to trainees to absorb and apply that knowledge outside the learning environment.Details
As many in academics have come to realize, the old stand-by method of assigning reading, lecturing on material and then testing students is inefficient and, under many circumstances, ineffective.Details
The collaborative nature of team-based learning might seem foreign to many instructors who are firmly rooted in the old study/lecture/test classroom model.
As discussed earlier, these foreign aspects emerge from several factors, perhaps the most significant being the collaborative nature of the team-based learning environment.
As an instructor in the business environment, there’s a pretty good possibility you came to the role without what many of us think of as a traditional education background.Details