UpArrow: Corporate Learning Solutions for end-users of ERP software

e-Learning example

The following e-Learning lesson is Lesson 2 from our classroom based Train the Trainer course. The lesson aligns to the content contained in the Certificate IV Training and Education core unit: Plan, organise and deliver group-based learning (TAEDEL401A).

The key points in this lesson are:

  • Learning is acquiring new or modifying existing knowledge, behaviours, skills, values or preferences
  • Learners have preferences for ways they receive information and this preference is called a learning style
  • Our training delivery / facilitation must cater to each learning style
  • We need to be aware of our own learning style
  • We may have a bias towards presenting in ways that feel more comfortable to us rather than catering to each learning style
  • We need to vary the tools, activities and timeframe for each activity to maximise learning.

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