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Our online training courses incorporate interactive, instructional videos that are rooted in case-based education, which can accelerate the development of skills by exposing participants to a range of realistic “cases” that encourages them to reflect on the experiences to better absorb the lessons.
Research has found that supporting viewers’ attention in videos enhances both behavioral and neuronal performance and satisfies various learning styles (Ebner et al. 2013). Interactivity in instructional videos offers appropriate levels of control, feedback, reinforcement, and a range of choices and practice, all of which can lead to better attitude, performance and information retention. Our eLearning videos help students comprehend and apply different concepts to real life work situations that they will inevitably encounter.
With effectively proven features that learners will interact with:
Real life scenarios in our eLearning videos help students comprehend and apply
different concepts to real life work situations that they will inevitably
encounter. Rhetorical or pre-adjunct questions at the beginning of a video can stimulate the learner's
attention. These questions serve as a method to motivate the learner to focus and look
forward to specific details in the video.
Post-adjunct questions encourage learners to apply the learned knowledge and even
build explanations and expectations to go beyond the instructional material.
Participants tend to learn better with worked-out examples.
Memorization-level questions enhance memory and can be either recognition questions or
constructed recall questions. Asking a learner to recall and recognize specific
instances, principles or rules from memory that were taught in a previous video
can boost knowledge retention.
Prediction questions are a beneficial technique designed to challenge learners to
make predictions at specific points. The benefits of predictions have been
studied in multiple eLearning tools. It is believed that asking learners to
predict what is going to happen requires the use of pre-existing knowledge and
thus contributes to the processing of information.
Feedback is given immediately after the participant answers. Within
our videos, we confirm and explain the correct answer, and we encourage
students to re-think the wrong answer. According to researchers Nicol and
Macfarlane-Dick (2005), good feedback practice facilitates the development of
self-assessment in learning.
Flashcards help students to learn concepts and facts. Utilizing a
concept known as spaced repetition, one of the most
effective ways to study flashcards, students can print out the cards, study for
a minimum of two 15-minute sessions with a 5-minute break in between. Then,
wait to review again until the next day.
Open-ended assignments allow students to practice and apply what they have learned. The
assignments are graded and feedback is provided.
Quizzesand exams included at the end of each course provide a valuable
assessment for students to apply what they learned.
The skills taught during the training are eventually learned on the job in due time. However, I wish that I was exposed to it within my first few days rather than months later. But nonetheless, it was very informative.Sam, Trainee
Each topic was covered in-depth, and I learned a lot from the exercises. The training has definitely given me more skills and confidence going forward.
The team found the training to be valuable and we began seeing the learnings in action immediately.
Kim, Agency Owner
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