Should You Tailor Your Training Content to Visual Learners?

Since the 1990s, many trainers around the world have categorised learners into one of four learning styles; Visual, Auditory, Reading and Kinesthetic, otherwise known as […]

Which Learning Theories are Right for Your Organization?

Creating a comprehensive learning and development program in your organization is crucial. It helps to maintain your employees’ motivation, supports their continued improvement, and retains […]

20 Tips for Creating a Learning Culture in the Workplace

Having each and every team member aligned with your business’s goals is a substantial step to success. We’re talking about knowing your values, product, customers, […]

How to Use Constructivist Learning Theory in a Corporate Environment

Constructivist Learning Theory is centered around the idea that learners are active participants in their own learning and training. This shapes and gives meaning to […]

What is Information Processing Theory?: Using it in Your Corporate Training

Information Processing Theory is a cognitive theory that focuses on how information is encoded into our memory. The theory describes how our brains filter information, […]

Applying Cognitive Learning Theory to your Corporate Learning Strategy

Cognitive Learning Theory explains how we process information when we learn.  When we think back to our school days, many of us will remember being […]

Ten Key Considerations for Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams

Posted by John Kleeman In my previous post, Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams, I described the concepts of Defensibility and Legal Certainty for […]

Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams

Posted by John Kleeman Questionmark has just published a new best practice guide on Defensibility and Legal Certainty for Tests and Exams. Download the guide HERE. […]

Path to becoming an Adobe Certified Instructor (ACI)

My self being an ACI in Captivate, would like to take you through the steps I completed to become an Adobe Certified Instructor. Please note […]

FAQ – “Testing Out” of Training

Posted by Kristin Bernor Let’s explore what it means to “test out”, what the business benefits include and how Questionmark enables you to do this […]

How many errors can you spot in this survey question?

Posted by John Kleeman Tests and surveys are very different. In a test, you look to measure participant knowledge or skill; you know what answer […]

Beyond Recall : Taking Competency Assessments to the Next Level

Posted by John Kleeman I’d like to share details about a webinar we are running next Tuesday, April 30th  on how to improve your assessments. You […]

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