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Why Is Personalized Learning Key to Language Learning?

Learnlight

This makes it extra important for the content and activities in corporate language courses to be personalized learning which is tailored to the individual. For this, we need to understand not only each individual learner’s training goals, but also their unique learning style.

5 Ways to Engage Your Millennial Employees with Your LMS

SkyPrep

Yes, the solution is the evolving trend of using learning management system (LMS), the market for which rose over 21% in 2014. Personalize the Learning. In fact, a recent survey reported that 58% millennial employees preferred micro-learning as a part of their job training.

How to Design Addiction from “FOMO” into eLearning

eLearningMind

Social media sites use specific updating tactics and strategies that keep you checking in often. Notifications can become a powerful tool in mobile learning. It’s OK to build a little bit of suspense into your learning modules, especially when they contain game-like elements. Don’t show all of your cards at once: Instead, let learners build their learning experiences by trying new things, making mistakes, and moving onto new chapters and sections as they go.

NOW EVERYONE WINS: OVERCOMING GENERATION DIFFERENCES WHEN BUILDING LEARNING

Wonderful Brain

From that point discover, categorize and develop with some confidence the types of learning each would be most comfortable with then craft an overall rubric to be used when designing courseware for multi-age audiences. Rely heavily on blogs, instant messages, tweets, text messages.

Important Employee Training Considerations for Engaging a Multi-Generational Workforce

KnowledgeAnywhere

These people grew up long before the internet (at least before the internet was widely used), not to mention smartphones, instant messaging, and social media. Baby Boomers and the Silent Generation grew up learning mostly from personal interactions rather than media. Gen-Xers and Millennials, to varying degrees, grew up playing computer games, browsing the internet, and learning many tasks on their own.