M-learning will assist Instructor-led Traditional Classroom Training

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E-learning Training Methods Vs Traditional Classroom Training

Traditional classroom training consumes more time, but, face-to-face interaction is possible. The trainer and the participants can share a common platform and goal, and this can create rapid developments as far as the training program is concerned. Nevertheless, e-learning training methods have their own benefits. It is a pragmatic fact that short e-learning modules offer easy referring facility to the employees, and this facilitates the final execution process. When e-learning methods are applied, the entire training program becomes enjoyable and effortless; employees can undergo the training process using their own time and space!

One of the main practical flaws of traditional classroom training is that the partakers may forget the real essence of the covered topic within a short period. Hence, they will have to go back to the learning process once again, which will be more or less difficult and thus, they will be compelled to gather the information from their ‘classroom notes’, which they might have created in a slipshod manner. Obviously, this will cause imperfection during the implementation period. However, if connected e-learning modules are attached to the traditional classroom training courses, the partakers will be benefited. It will be very easy for them to refer such e-learning modules, which can be made available in different formats like ‘videos’, ‘tips’, ‘how to guides’, or ‘podcasts’. The training participants can use them in a relaxed manner, whenever they need to know the matter concerned in-detail.

Mobile Learning Has Become Common and Realistic

In our time, the process of e-learning has entered a new phase and now, instead of the word ‘e-learning’, everybody tend to use the word ‘mlearning’ or ‘mobile learning’. Desktops become handy only within offices and houses, and when the users move out, they become inadequate and ineffective! Nevertheless, the influx of modern mobile gadgets like smartphones and tablets has solved this dilemma to a great extent. In tune with this latest development, e-learning methods have also changed considerably. The stock-still nature of desktops was indeed a great obstacle to the bulk of the e-learning population, especially for those who are always on the move. The advent of smartphones and tabs has changed the existing e-learning scenario; now, mobile learning has gain momentum. These days, instructional designers have started to design e-learning modules that go well with such mobile devices.

E-learning Process Becomes More Effective through Mlearning

  • The effectiveness of e-learning courses can be assessed more proficiently through mobile devices, as the process will be convenient to the course participants and therefore, they will get involved in the assessment process voluntarily.
  • The process of giving ‘feedback’ is quite easy through mobile devices, and in fact, this is a most relevant aspect of mlearning. Moreover, this will be beneficial to both the e-learning course managers, as well as the participants. Because of the easiness of the procedure, more participants will be willing to give feedbacks, and this will pay the way for the enhancement of the quality of the e-learning courses.
  • Mlearning can be made more effective by creating a compulsory assessment test, which the participants can complete through their mobile phones. This can be made an obligatory part of the overall certification process. The assessment test can be of short duration and can be created through games, quizzes, or similar related programs, so that the participants feel interested to complete it.
  • In brief, we can say that mlearning will facilitate the instructor-led traditional classroom training if the modules can be created innovatively and in line with the modern social tastes.

 

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