Are your training participants a diverse group with varying levels of familiarity with the content? If so, you're likely familiar with the challenge of balancing the needs of learners who require a refresher on basics with those ready to dive into more complex topics.
Spending valuable time covering fundamental concepts can slow down the learning process. Enter Richard E. Mayer's Pre-training Principle, which emphasizes the importance of equipping learners with foundational knowledge before tackling complex subjects. Microlearning, a strategy involving concise, targeted lessons, provides an effective way to put the pre-training principle into action.
In this blog post, we'll explore how micro pre-training can help you level the playing field and enhance learning efficiency for all participants.
Ready to streamline your training and make it more effective for all participants? Discover the power of microlearning pre-training to level the playing field and boost learning efficiency. Implement this approach, and watch your training programs thrive.
Mayer, R. (2020). Multimedia Learning (3rd ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781316941355