5 Social Learning Tips for Effective Online Training [Infographic]
Social learning is an integral part of corporate training and is not a new buzzword in online training. Do you know these handy tips to use social learning in your online training programs?
Social learning is not a new concept. According to the 70:20:10 Model of Learning and Development, 20% of learning happens through observation. Albert Bandura in his social learning theory emphasizes that learning happens through observing and later this information serves as a guide for action.
Social learning is any kind of learning that happens outside a structured formal training program and relies mostly on collaboration, sharing, and co-creation of learning resources.
How can you give online learning a boost with social learning? This infographic shares the details.
While social learning certainly appeals to millennials, it can engage other learner profiles as well. Any kind of learning that triggers collaboration delivers effective results. Social learning works well because it captures attention, increases retention, and boosts motivation in learning.
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