Authenticity Tip #2: Build Actual Hands-On Experiences for Your Learners

In education, the term authenticity is often used to reference the relevance or meaning of instruction and training to learners. Based on half a million drivers in the Luma Brighter Learning platform providing feedback, our original findings are supported as to how authenticity varies between those who create and decide on curriculum and those who consume or interact with the curriculum.
Our goal is to provide weekly tips and strategies for building authentic learning experiences that inspire your team members, create a lasting impression, and grow your safety culture. For more information, read Dr. Gina Anderson’s article, Create Instruction That Engages, Inspires, and Elevates Your Safety Culture.

I Love Learning Podcast, EP2: Rick Larkin, CIO of BCB Transport

Authentic Learning Tip #2: Build Actual Hands-On Experiences for Your Learners

Rick Larkin says:

“Authentic Learning is tangible and right here. It is something you can see that you made a difference on.”

Rick recommends that if you do not have a desire to learn, be open to learning from others and making mistakes. Seek out a mentor and try to make a difference in someone else’s life.

Never miss an episode!
Be sure to subscribe to the I Love Learning Podcast with Dr. Gina Anderson on YouTube.

Share this entry