Authenticity Tip #27: Take Action With the Needed Support

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, EP27: Ginger Craddock, Director and Client Success at Craddock Holdings

Authentic Learning Tip #27: Take Action With the Needed Support

Ginger W. Craddock said that authentic learning is about taking action on the needs of learners or employees. This means that when you design instruction you should think beyond the passive content and instead focus on the learner. Consider what the audience is interested in learning.

  1. Tap into the learner’s curiosity.
  2. Understand their needs.
  3. Take action to provide them what they need.

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