Myth #6: learning and development should try to achieve a ratio of 70:20:10

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Learning and development – Should you strive for a “perfect” ratio of 70:20:10? Should Learning and Development professionals strive for a firm 70:20:10 ratio , or are the numbers more flexible? 70:20:10 is not about trying to achieve a set ratio. Download the complete report to get a checklist for supporting experiential learning, and to learn more about the 5 features to look for in a performance support toolkit.

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8 Lessons Learned for Converting In-Person Training to Virtual Training

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8 Innovative Virtual Learning Design Tips To Engage Your Remote Teams

Obsidian Learning

Virtual learning is an essential component in the learning and development toolkit, and it is widely used for training and educational purposes. The ratio of colors that should be used for any given composition is 60:30:10. You can play around with the ratios a little and maybe add another accent color in, making your ratio more along the lines of 60:30:5:5.

eLearning Modules will Die… and 70:20:10 will hold the Smoking Gun

Learnnovators

When we get past the distractions of debating ratios, we can focus on the fact that 70:20:10 is essentially a mindset change, championed by the likes of Charles Jennings and Jane Hart. An elearning module might serve as the initial container of these resources — providing context, motivation and a demonstration of how they might be used via an engaging scenario — then, like cracking an egg, the module is disposed of and the assets become part of the learner’s ongoing toolkit.

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8 LearnDash Plugins To Make Student Management Easier

The Be-all and End-all Guide to Creating a Supreme LearnDash LMS

‘LearnDash Toolkit’ for Modern login forms. You can improve your students’ learning experience to a great extent with 15 different functionalities in your artillery using the LearnDash Toolkit. See that little ticker in the corner of your LearnDash website going up?

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30 Awesome Remote Work Tools for Teams

The Training by Nelle Blog | Corporate Training and Consulting

Basecamp : The all-in-one toolkit for working remotely. Tracks the productivity of teams, shows ratio of urgent and important tasks, and works in the background of your device to prevent overload.

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THE 70:20:10 MODEL – TODAY, TOMORROW & BEYOND

Learnnovators

At times people have manipulated the 70:20:10 numbers and produced different ratios. It would be an exercise in futility to re-define a model as the 45:30:10:8:3:2:2 model for instance (these are the ratios a large global company identified for a range of development activities including experiences on the job; manuals and instructions; training programs; networking; mentoring and coaching; special assignments; and workshops).

The 70:20:10 Model – Today, Tomorrow & Beyond

Learnnovators

At times people have manipulated the 70:20:10 numbers and produced different ratios. It would be an exercise in futility to re-define a model as the 45:30:10:8:3:2:2 model for instance (these are the ratios a large global company identified for a range of development activities including experiences on the job; manuals and instructions; training programs; networking; mentoring and coaching; special assignments; and workshops).

Top 70 eLearning Posts for June and Hot Topics including iPad and Mobile Learning

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The Learning Professional’s toolkit – what’s essential? I call this balance the “glory-to-effort&# ratio, i.e. PowerPoint (Quality: Medium, Ease: Simple!). . Best of eLearning Learning. June 2010. Another great month for eLearning content.

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What You Should Know About WCAG 2.1

3Play Media

Active interface components (like buttons) and non-text content (like infographics) must have a contrast ratio of 3:1. Helpful tools for checking contrast include: Contrast Ratio. This graph is from Microsoft’s inclusive design toolkit. It’s official: WCAG 2.1 has been released! So does this mean you have to change your websites and learn new standards? Not at all! WCAG 2.1 is an extension of WCAG 2.0. It follows the same structure and levels of compliance.

What You Should Know About WCAG 2.1

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Active interface components (like buttons) and non-text content (like infographics) must have a contrast ratio of 3:1. Helpful tools for checking contrast include: Contrast Ratio. This graph is from Microsoft’s inclusive design toolkit. It’s official: WCAG 2.1 has been released! So does this mean you have to change your websites and learn new standards? Not at all! WCAG 2.1 is an extension of WCAG 2.0. It follows the same structure and levels of compliance.