Article for the #blogging project
We publish the second article for the #blogging project written by the student TIZIANA FABBRINI
ADAPTIVE LEARNING: the key to successful training in the company
WHAT IS ADAPTIVE LEARNING?
THEadaptive learning (literally "adaptive learning”), Also called Adaptive Teaching, is a completely tailored technological and methodological e-learning solution, aimed at automatically satisfying the individual needs of the person, who is enabled to move in the online learning environment by independently choosing the most suitable path. suited to his training needs.
WHY ADAPTIVE LEARNING?
Today, online training plays an important role in corporate training, but unfortunately in some cases it could prove to be too poorly targeted and therefore would not fully fill any skills gaps.
Have you ever thought: "What does this course have to do with my growth goals?" or "This course is a waste of time."
LAdaptive Learning aims to eliminate these concerns, because the online course will be built starting from specific personal needs.
HOW DOES ADAPTIVE LEARNING WORK?
At the beginning of the course tests are carried out to evaluate the learner's skills, level of knowledge and training needs.
Let's take an example: Marco tests and correctly answers 60% of the questions. The course that will take place will therefore be aimed at satisfying only that 40% of missing training.
Furthermore lAdaptive Learning allows you to customize the learning style, making the course more fun and more effective for those who do it.
WHAT CAN ADAPTIVE LEARNING OFFER TO COMPANIES?
First of all, the training manager will be able to make a first screening of all the results of the preliminary tests, selecting the most suitable course for each employee.
In this way costs will be optimized, because only the courses necessary to fill the specific training gaps detected will be activated.
In addition, the individual employee will not only be more stimulated to follow the course carefully, but will also save time to devote to other training or other tasks.
Article written by: TIZIANA FABBRINI
With the supervision of the editorial staff of Piazza Copernico