What Is It That Drives Learning And How To Use It In L&D?

Learning is a process that isn’t the same for everyone. There have been a number of learning theories that have been propounded in order to explain how learning takes place, and all of them have some takers. While some are accepted by a large number of professionals in the field of learning and development, others are not. Other times, theories get obsolete with time. But every learning theory gives us an insight into the mind of a learner. Let’s have a look at one such theory which has its basis on actual brain research. This theory describes learning as a cycle, and explains that our brain asks 5 questions of itself as it travels through each of the 5 phases of this cycle. Everyone goes through this cycle while learning new things, knowingly or unknowingly. Knowing how the brain works in relation to learning can give new insights to eLearning professionals, which is why this article will explain what these 5 questions are, what do they mean and how eLearning professionals can use them to their advantage.

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