Learning to Do vs Learning to Know
This webinar is hosted by Training Magazine Network
Everyone who develops educational programs—from CLOs to Commandants to instructional designers—faces a terrible choice with each new initiative.
Programs that matter use simulations. Airline flight simulators, Harvard Business School case studies, boot camps, and moot courts all focus on teaching “”learning to do.”” But they are expensive and unscalable.
Most other educational programs have settled on lectures and workbooks. These “”learning to know”” approaches are cost effective, timely, predictable, and scalable. But over time, education’s heavy reliance on “learning to know” programs has been devastating. It has put education out of step with sponsors and learners who want their programs to have a real world impact.
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