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.
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.
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.
During any type of teaching or training, it’s important for the instructor to understand whether participants are comprehending and assimilating the information being provided.
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.