Why distributed learning works

It turns out that many remote workers learn more effectively when they are away from endless distractions of coworkers and training events.  Self-directed learning improves focus and memorability, especially when self-assessment and testing is build into the system.

A distributed learning system pivots your organisation for digital transformation

People are motivated by quick micro-learning experiences.

  • Remote learning systems are great for participants who need to feel connected 24-7.
  • It suits those who prefers videos or podcasts over reams of text.
  • It allows the quiet, shy guy to learn without anxiety.
  • It reduces stress for those who are new to a topic to learn at their own pace.
  • It takes away the audience from the joker and socialite.
  • It chivvies up the student who thrives on deadlines and visible rewards. 

Empower your project teams

A structured learning framework empowers HR trainers. It harnesses their instincts for human behaviour, so they can guide people to reach their potential. Personal growth is about ongoing learning rather than once-off events.

Moodle’s strength lies in its proven “Socratic method”. Participants learn by asking and answering questions. These questions are designed to stimulate ideas and uncover underlying gaps. Moodle’s flexible automated testing and assessment activities are the secret to effective learning!

  1. schedule training around work and home responsibilities
  2. study in familiar surroundings with no distractions
  3. discovery-based, thought-provoking content
  4. self-paced – skip what you know!
  5. self-assessment – realise what you don’t know!
  6. learn by DOING, not reading
  7. collaborate and compete with other students
  8. continuous improvement of content
  9. flexible formats to complement different content

An LMS reduces the cost and time constraints of event-based training courses. It also eliminates the admin and repetitiveness that frustrates trainers and teachers. It expands teaching capacity in a way that is both inclusive and appropriate for learners who are diverse in terms of culture, language and knowledge about the subject.

Online distributed learning offers a programme of best-practice training to complement scheduled events or extend the value of Zoom/Skype meetings.

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