Tag: learning theory

What is the 70:20:10 Model? Less Than 100 Words

What is the 70:20:10 Model? The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development is a commonly used formula within the training profession. The model suggests that 70% of the average person’s knowledge is obtained by doing on-the-job experiences,…

Adult Learning Theory: Applications for Independent Learning

Understanding and Applying the Adult Learning Theory: Applications for Independent Learning This is the second installment of Understanding and Applying the Adult Learning Theory. In this blog, we will discuss practical applications and delivery methods of the…

Adult Learning Theory: Principles and Assumptions

Understanding and Applying the Adult Learning Theory: Principles and Assumptions This is part one of a two-part series highlighting the Adult Learning Theory and how to apply it in training courses. For some of us, the words…

A safe space for failure: eLearning that changes behavior

Most learning professionals are familiar with the 70/20/10 model. The theory — offered in the 1980s by researchers Morgan McCall, Michael M. Lombardo and Robert A. Eichinger — suggests that 70 percent of the average person’s knowledge…