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As a training manager, you already know what makes for a great eLearning experience: well-designed content, engaging and informative. What knowledge retention strategies and solutions can you deploy to ensure high learning retention rates after training? Here are some tips and knowledge retention techniques you can build into your eLearning program that will ensure your content is not just memorable, but unforgettable. A major cause of poor knowledge retention after training is having too much information to absorb.
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Make Your eLearning Stick: 8 Tips & Techniques For Learning Retention

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the learning pyramid - various percentages of retention.

Malcolm Knowles , a pioneer in adult education, popularized the concept of five teaching strategies for adults, which states that students learn best when:. Adults students are special because they step foot into a classroom with the desire to learn. They are there to learn something new or become certified in a particular field. However, as an adult you may learn that you prefer a different learning style, or a combination of all three. Visual learners prefer to be shown a lesson through graphs, diagrams, and illustrations. They rely on what the instructor is doing and often sit in the front of the classroom to avoid visual obstructions. Auditory learners listen carefully to all sounds associated with the lesson.
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There are various methods a learner can engage in which will allow them to learn information at various percentages of retention. The Learning Pyramid, researched and created by the National training Laboratories in Betel, Maine, illustrates the percentage of learner recall that is associated with various approaches. The first four levels lecture, reading, audio visual and demonstration are passive learning methods. In contrast, the bottom three levels discussion group, practice by doing and teach others are participatory active learning methods. The Learning Pyramid clearly illustrates that active participation in the learning process results in a higher retention of learning.
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