6 Examples Of Self-Paced Learning In Business

With traditional in-person college courses, students are required to show up and learn in physical classrooms at a specific time, usually multiple times per week. Self-paced learning on the other hand focuses on the curriculum and teaching rather than when users “show up to class” and learn. You’re probably starting to understand why this is so powerful now – since everybody’s schedule and learning style is different. 

Most self-paced programs whether they are designed for training employees or teaching students in school will still have deadlines and dates when a course expires. On the contrary, self-paced learning allows students and employees to maintain knowledge, gain new skills and earn certifications without putting excess pressure on them. If you have ever taken a course online that wasn’t led by an instructor and consisted of you reading materials, watching videos, taking quizzes, and performing other learning activities in your own time – this is self-paced learning. 

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