Adaptive Learning: Five Common Misconceptions

Adaptive learning brings together the latest in learning science, data, technology, and workplace principles. The concept is based on the realization that people develop in their own unique ways and, therefore, require a more customized experience than an academic, one-to-many approach offers. By using multidimensional data and cutting-edge technology, L&D can deliver the right information to the right person at the right time, thereby promoting value to the individual as well as the overall organization.

Adaptive learning is a bleeding-edge topic for corporate L&D. As such, there is plenty of room for misinterpretation and misunderstanding about what it takes to deliver an adaptive experience. In order to shift your L&D team from a one-size-fits-all approach to a right-size-fits-one mentality, you must overcome these misconceptions and clearly articulate the value of adaptive learning within your organization. After all, your stakeholders don’t want to hear about learning strategy. They are focused on getting their employees to the desired level of capability as quickly as possible in order to drive business value.

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