10 Informal Learning Examples

Informal learning is learning out of the curriculum and has no set structure. It gives control and flexibility to learners as information is consumed at their own pace and can happen anytime. 

In the workplace, informal learning supports and reinforces the formal learning received by employees. While businesses spend a lot in conducting training sessions, the 70-20-10 model in learning and development suggests that individuals get 70% of their knowledge from work experiences, 20% from peer interactions, and only 10% from formal learning.

Let’s look into the different examples of informal learning and how they can provide a more holistic learning experience.

Informal Learning Example # 1 – Weekly Trivia Quizzes
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