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Learning Content Development expert Deborah Limb present 'Creating memorable e-learning and conquer the forgetting curve with Encore' on the latest Learning Pool webinar.

Learning Content Development expert Deborah Limb present 'Creating memorable e-learning and conquer the forgetting curve with Encore' on the latest Learning Pool webinar.

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  • Here’s how training traditionally works
  • What if we could provide up to the minute, scheduled content to help people remember?
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Creating memorable e-learning and conquering the forgetting curve with Encore Creating memorable e-learning and conquering the forgetting curve with Encore Presentation Transcript

  • Conquering the Forgetting Curve with Encore
  • What we will cover… • Introducing Encore • The science • How Encore works • Writing & Building Encore tasks • Show and tell • How do I get started with Encore
  • Remind Refresh Reinforce Retain Reach
  • Encore pilot group feedback: “I found this a refreshing and really good way to learn” “I think Encore is a brilliant tool to reinforce learning over time” “I looked forward to opening each task to see what it would be”
  • The Science
  • Donald Clark: 50 learning theorists in 50 days http://donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/blog-marathon-50blogs-on-learning.html
  • What’s that guy’s name again…? Hermann Ebbinghaus
  • Learning is really about forgetting
  • Learning Pool ‘Encore’ addresses this with Spaced Practice
  • Encore is: Inspired by the Forgetting Curve & Spaced Practice whereby repetition and revision of learning at timed intervals helps to reinforce and fix learning. We also call this ‘little and often learning’
  • 70 | 20 | 10
  • Lessons learned by successful managers are roughly: • 70% from tough jobs • 20% from people (usually the boss) • 10% from courses and reading McCall, Lombardo and Eichinger 1996, The Career Architect Development Planner
  • How this works Formal training Learning from others Learning in the workplace
  • Remind Refresh Reinforce Retain Reach
  • Here’s how it works
  • Encore tasks • Text • Text & Graphic • Graphic • Video • Audio • Multiple choice question & feedback • Activity link (sends you back to Evaluation form for example)
  • Designing Encore tasks • Learner-centred / Role-centred • Consider Action mapping (what do we want people to ‘DO’ differently’) • Reinforcing prior learning • Reuse content • Keep tasks short and focussed • Use a mixture of task types • Consider the spacing
  • Building Encore Tasks
  • A couple of examples Northumberland County Council - Health & Safety Briefings Modern Governor - My role as a Governor
  • Northumberland County Council
  • Modern Governor
  • Remind Refresh Reinforce Retain Reach
  • Learning Pool Encore aims to… Improve job performance Improve knowledge retention Provide just in time learning Reinforce learning messages Support behaviour change
  • All embedded in your existing Learning Pool service
  • www.learningpool.com