Reflections on #lrnchat: 70:20:10

This week’s #lrnchat explored the value of 70:20:10. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide the conversation as a nice way to see the overall theme of the chat. Here are the discussion questions that were presented to the group:

Q1) The numbers in 70:20:10 have been challenged due to a lack of empirical evidence. Does it matter? #lrnchat
Q2) Do you consider 70:20:10 to be a theory, a model, a framework, or none of these? #lrnchat
Q3) Do you use 70:20:10 to inform your work? If so, please share examples. #lrnchat
Q4) What are the benefits of using 70:20:10? #lrnchat
Q5) What are the problems with using 70:20:10? #lrnchat
Q6) Is 70:20:10 the remit of L&D only? #lrnchat

There’s a growing interest in 70:20:10 in the Learning and Development field, so holding a Twitter Chat to explore the topic makes sense. The chat was an interesting one for me on two major fronts.

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