Our Methodology: Blended Learning
Blended learning is a way of breaking down barriers to learning where it combines traditional face-to-face learning activities with online learning components. The blended learning technique enables individuals to experience situations based on approaches ranging from experiential learning to virtual or collaborative, which incorporates advanced facilitation techniques to unleash individuals’ true potential.
Our blended learning programs are customized, curated and made dynamic through the application of creative and progressive instructional design principles, where participants learn new concepts and skills to successfully cope with their work environment.
The blended learning methodology adopted by us helps create an exclusive learner experience for its audience. We believe in making learning fun and adaptive to the needs of the individuals.
Collaborative learning is an educational technique that involves working in groups to improve learning. Two or more learners work together to solve issues, accomplish projects, or learn new concepts in groups of two or more. Rather than note memorization of facts and figures, this technique actively engages learners in processing and synthesizing information and concepts.
Inquiry-based learning is a method of instruction that emphasizes the importance of the learner’s participation in the learning process. It employs a variety of learning techniques, including small-group discussion and guided learning. Learners learn through doing rather than memorizing facts and information. This enables people to expand their knowledge through inquiry, experimentation, and discussion. Other than to satisfy their curiosity, intellectual engagement will be broadened and develop their understanding skills.
Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is best defined as “learning by doing”. Through this approach, each learner has unique experiences that will involve them physically, mentally, and emotionally. Learners are better to apply ideas and knowledge taught in the classroom to real-world issues when they are involved in hands-on experiences and reflection. This can be best described as per Kolb’s diagram. The process of experiential learning aids in performance enhancement, learning, and development.
Kinesthetic learning is a type of information processing that involves the use of touch and movement. Kinesthetic learning includes on-the-job training, simulations, and experimentation. It’s also known as tactile or physical learning. By carrying out physical activities and interacting with environments, they are used in combination with visual and/or auditory study techniques, producing multi-sensory learning. Rather than being passive observers, they desire to be active participants.
Virtual learning is a learning experience that takes place in an online environment and is intended to broaden educational opportunities. Learners interact and access resources in virtual learning environments in ways they would not or could not in a physical classroom. Lifeworks offers engaging virtual training programs that bring learning to life. We strive to ensure that our programs are engaging and memorable even through the screen.