Sure, cool videos are “engaging” – but our job at SAI360 is to help your employees behave ethically and lower your people risk. I’m here to share how we do it.
Our newest ethics and compliance eLearning series discusses how we apply five concepts from Learning Science to our E&C training experiences.
Learning Science Strategy #1: Encoding and Learning Design
Well-structured information helps learners quickly understand concepts, make sound decisions, and control behavior.
There’s a lot of brain science to this, but essentially, the sharper and more meaningful the message, the better it’s received, encoded, and transferred to long-term memory. Why is this process important?
Knowledge stored in your memory is “at the ready” to be recalled at the time of need. The stronger the learning embeds at the time of encoding, the more readily it’s recalled.
One of the best ways to strengthen recall is to learn in a situative, social environment that closely mimics real workplace contexts.
What we strive for in good eLearning design is to make the learning episode relatable and memorable, so you remember better… for later, when it counts.
This is exactly why training is a thing, and why eLearning is harder than it looks. It’s also why a cool video is not the same as training. And, it’s why memory is a constructive process—we make it… mindfully.
Continue our Learning Science series:
- Encoding and learning design
- Next→ Error persistence and how to beat it
- Forced feedback
- Psychological safety and learning
- The hypercorrection effect on performance and confidence
Know Your Risk: The Learning Science Behind SAI360’s Ethics & Compliance Program Efficacy
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