How is Mobile Learning Different from Online Learning?

Over the past several years, the popularity of both online and mobile learning has exploded. But the two forms are often conflated, despite how different they are. Online learning is a broad term used to describe any learning delivered over the internet, whether synchronous or asynchronous. Mobile learning certainly falls into the general category of […]

Sasha Seymore Joins PCA National Leadership Council

Learn to Win Co-Founder Sasha Seymore Named to Positive Coaching Alliance National Leadership Council We’re thrilled to announce that Learn to Win Co-Founder and COO, Sasha Seymore, has joined the National Leadership Council of Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA)! Positive Coaching Alliance is a national organization with a more than 20-year history of cultivating a positive youth […]

How Important Is Continuous Education for Job Performance?

Learning is a continuous process. Rarely do we master every aspect of a job or intellectual pursuit on the first try. And once we learn something new, knowledge decays rapidly. Continuous education can fill knowledge gaps, teach entirely new skills, and broaden your understanding of a field or topic. More broadly, continuous education can bolster […]

Active Learning vs. Passive Learning — An In-Depth Guide

When it comes to mastering a subject, what someone learns is only part of the equation — how one learns it is crucial to consider as well. In this article, we’ll dive into two different learning methods, which are typically described as ‘passive’ learning and ‘active’ learning. Decades of educational research have confirmed that passive […]

Flipped Learning: The Best Tool No One Uses | Learn to Win Blog

Flipped learning can be understood as a response to this question: what is the best use of face-to-face time with students, athletes or employees? Traditional instructional methods deliver new content in a group setting, often in lecture form. Learners later practice, extend, and apply lessons on their own, undertaking the most cognitively demanding work independently and typically […]

Just-In-Time Learning

Called by many names—point-of-action, point-of-need, prompter support, or just-in-time training (JITT)–just-in-time learning connects users to information at the moment of need. JITT learning is at play whenever you watch a how-to video to learn how to stop your toilet from running or read an IKEA manual to assemble your new couch. With just-in-time learning users […]

The Big Benefits of Microlearning


What is Microlearning? Microlearning is a teaching method that targets a single and/or specific learning objective using short, focused modules. In addition to active learning, microlearning increases the speed of knowledge consumption and knowledge retention efficiency. Large chunks of complex information are broken down into manageable units typically administered in a digital or flexible setting. Good […]

Customer Success Story with Coach Seideman

Eric Seideman, men's lacrosse coach

Learn to Win talked with Eric Seideman, the head men’s lacrosse coach at Mount Saint Mary College in New York, to talk about his experience using Learn to Win. Coach Seideman has been the head coach at Mount Saint Mary’s for 9 years, and has spent 16 years coaching collegiate lacrosse. Sharing Institutional Knowledge Coach Seideman […]

Integrating Spaced Repetition into Your Learning Strategies

Ebbinghaus forgetting curve

Spaced repetition, also known as spaced practice or distributed learning, is one of the most effective strategies to learn deeply and effectively. Essentially, spaced repetition spreads out learning over time, as opposed to compressing or cramming learning into a single session. Spaced repetition and microlearning principles align because they allow you to space out brief learning sessions […]