Adaptive Reinforcement

10 Key Benefits of Adaptive Learning

10 Key Benefits of Adaptive Learning

People learn at their own pace. If your training does not provide adaptive learning, the slow learners will eventually "switch off" over frustration with the learning process.

Here are 10 reasons why personalized, adaptive reinforcement programs are beneficial to your training and learners:

1. Learning Becomes Purposeful

When the course is organized in a modular fashion, learning is given a purpose. 

2. Motivation is a Powerful Driver

Intrinsic motivation acts as a powerful primary driver for learners engaged in reinforcement learning. When learners can decide what and when to learn, motivation is activated.

3. Capacity to Learn is the Focus

Rather than focusing on the ability to "be taught," a personalized reinforcement course places the capacity to learn front and center.

4. Emphasis on Goal Setting

The modular design of a reinforcement program allows learners to measure progress, track goals, and plan their day in an informed manner.

5. Self-Efficacy is Reinforced

When learners are provided a timeline to help structure their learning goals, self-efficacy is reinforced. This can result increased retention and a more positive attitude.

6. Learners Take Ownership

When the learner takes ownership for completing courses in a timely manner, they can choose where they may need to spend more or less time. 

7. Decision Making is Key

Learners are encouraged to make responsible choices and "show up" for reinforcement learning.

8. Learning Focuses on Changing Behavior

With guided, personalized learning, behavior change if the focous.

9. Self-Management is Encouraged

Incentivizing employees to consume reinforcement course material, self-management is encouraged.

10. Independent Learning Skills are Fostered

The natural outgrowth of this approach is more independent learning skills that will make your future training sessions more effective.

When done correctly, personalized learning can benefit the learner. Learn more about how to determine your reinforcement objectives in our step-by-step guide. Download the 10-Step Guide to Determine Your Reinforcement Objectives


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