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Improve Training Outcomes With Microlearning

improve training outcomes with microlearning


Create continuous learning with micro alerts

The need for time is a return-based training that helps learners when needed. What could be better Micro warning To activate this? In this article, I will focus on how to improve your training skills through micro-alert interventions.

The forgettable curve

It has been proven that over time people tend to forget what they have learned. For example, a training session takes place today. After 7 days, learners retain about 10% of what they learned during the session. This is called the “forgetting curve”. The curve shows how quickly we forget during a period when there is no attempt to retain information.

Form 70:20:10 states that only 10% of learning is through formal training and the rest is through informal learning mechanisms or workplace training. If so, why are organizations still investing so much money and resources in formal training?

The reasons are varied. But one major reason is that learning and development (L&D) adheres to the training models that have been tried and tested. Moreover, L&D sees itself not as a business activist but as a support function. L&D professionals prepare the training calendar, schedule training and perform their work.

The good news is that L&D has been re-created, especially during the COVID-19 inspired times. To keep up with the times, L&D professionals explore their workings in more detail by coming up with unique ideas.

The power of micro-warnings in the continuing learning journey

In my recent interactions with L&D professionals and clients, I advise you to enhance the use of microwaves as a tool to help you learn better, develop concepts and, more importantly, apply the learned concepts about the job.

Microleurning [1] It has become a good tool to ensure that the curve of forgetfulness is taken care of. Let me explain how.

Microleurning is primarily focused on a specific purpose, cutting off all fluids and assisting with the main training or learning journey. It is an action-oriented or task-oriented approach that provides learners with the opportunity to learn and practice on a small scale. Thus, it helps to better understand and therefore better retain learned concepts. Microalignment can be administered a E-learning Or a VILT session, or a few days after formal training as a major learning reinforcement. It will definitely help learners to memorize concepts better.

Because of empowerment, learners are subtly encouraged to implement the concepts of their work. The well-known Pavlov research supports this. As microwave learning becomes part of the learner’s continuous learning cycle, they become more focused on the subject at hand.

Another major advantage of microwavering is that it can be designed and administered in a variety of formats. In my previous article, I wrote: “5 microwave models to use in 2020 for maximum effect [2], ”I mentioned some popular models that can be used as good micro alarm interventions. These formats include video and gambling [3], Quizzes, podcasts, activities and much more.

In short, the micro alarm can be activated as follows:

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In Tesseract learning, we have activated the micro alert as an instant learning intervention.

Here are some examples.

1. Discovery of drugs

In this course, we use decision-making action to ensure employees’ understanding of drug concepts and processes. It was interesting for the learners and the course completion rate was 95%.

Improving training routines with micro alerts

2. Compliance

This is a series of interactive micro alerts based on short and exciting moments. Learners liked the idea very much and the course completion rate was 100%.

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3. Banking products

We have created this microwaver course course using various interactive templates, sliders and flip cards to explain concepts. The learners found it extremely interesting and the course completion rate was 98%.

Improving training outcomes with microwaves


In conclusion, microwave can be used as part of a continuous learning journey or as part of an organization’s employee learning cycle. A good tool that can be used to overcome the forgotten curve. At Tesseract Learning, our learning and visual architects are constantly innovating and modernizing their approaches to design, develop and deliver a better learning experience. We stimulate our powerful new microwave platform, Believe it, Creating efficiency through the training life cycle and providing optimal learning experiences.

Please feel free to leave a comment below or visit us to learn more.


[1] Micro warning solutions

[2] 5 microwave models to use in 2020 for maximum effect

[3] Game-based learning

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