The building blocks of great learning may seem simple—if you build it, they will come, right? Wrong. Just because you’ve constructed great learning doesn’t mean you’ll see the success you want. Sure, great content is the foundation of a successful learning program, but there are other factors that make up the brick and mortar. Make sure you’re creating solid learning experiences by understanding the basic architecture behind any program.
Establishing the Need
Before you can entice learners to buy into your learning program you must first establish the need. This proves that your learning program is built around an actual issue or obstacle that affects those who will experience it. Defining the goal from day one helps create a solid foundation for building stronger learning experiences.