adult learning

Lessons from the Classroom: What I’ve Learned About Learners from the Frontlines


I began my instructional design journey in the classroom, analyzing educational and behavioral needs of students from nursery school through high school. I have been bitten and kicked. I was even offered drugs when I was mistaken for a peer in high school. I saw teachers who needed to have arms like an octopus to […]

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Making Learning Programs Stick

Elise Margol

It’s common to develop (or buy) a training program with solid learning objectives, a highly creative design, and multiple interactive activities to practice new skills. People even attend and give it glowing reviews on the evaluation forms. But then the unthinkable happens: when people go back to their jobs, they don’t use the skills taught […]

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