You’ve probably heard of the 70/20/10 learning model. According to Michael LOMBARDO and Robert EICHINGER, attention span and learning time are no longer the only lever for retaining information. In 1996, they suggested this model:
- 70% of what we retain comes from knowledge put into practice and our own experiments,
- 20% of what we learn comes from those around us and the socio-professional context,
- 10% comes from lectures, classical learning and reading.
To be effective, training must not only be short, but also diversified in the methods and instructional activities offered. The participant should no longer be idle, passively listening to the facilitator, but active in his learning. To learn, everyone must be in good listening and production conditions. He must also, within a reasonable period of learning, be able to manipulate the data to better retain them: carry out various exercises, be able to question and obtain answers, do additional research himself, vary the sources of information, carry out missions, collaborate with other people, interact, challenge, testify…
MOBITEACH is THE ideal solution to boost your face-to-face and distance learning sessions. Rich in a set of engaging activities, such as polls, word clouds, post-it notes, various quizzes, or embedding videos and Scorm modules into activities. We advise you in the orchestration of these activities and resources, in the definition of working groups and we make you autonomous in using the tool. Capitalise on and favor the interaction of your trainees. You are no longer constrained in the creativity of your training programmes, so let’s go for it!