In this article, Forbes writer Khurram Masood describes how digital learning should move forward after the lessons learned during the COVID pandemic.
One of these ways is through the breaking down of educational content into more precise lessons, and through the use of small and frequent milestones to track learner progress.
During our conversation, Powell recounted Learn To Win’s efforts to help an NFL team with newly-signed, newly-remote rookies overhaul its onboarding experience last spring. “We built a highly active micro-learning experience,” he explained. “Topics that would normally take a coach over an hour to cover in a blackboard lecture were transformed into a self-paced experience for individual players. In parallel, the coaching staff would deploy 15-minute virtual team syncs to make space for clarifying questions and check for understanding.”