Timing is Everything Series: Part 3 Knowledge Formation

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Having learners be able to coach their peers on particular aspects of the overall training curriculum helps them to reinforce what they have learned.

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The Timing of Training:

The Timing of Training Plenty of time and energy is spent in talent development pondering answers to the: “Who?” “ What?” “ Why ?” “Where?” and “ How?” questions of training, but the question of “When?” is often limited to one answer: “Whenever time permits.”

The Timing of Training:

The Timing of Training The strategic element of timing in training is more nuanced than “Whenever”, and can lead to significant gains in return on investment if planned properly.

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Part 3: Knowledge Formation

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This point in the curve marks the period where learners are rapidly beginning to crystallize knowledge gleaned from: On-the-Job Training & Experiential Learning Knowledge Crystallization

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Suddenly peer to peer learning becomes much more powerful, since the learners become familiar with training materials they are able to teach each other. This is when communities of practice are especially useful Everything Just ‘ Clicks’

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The Student Becomes T he Teacher

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The Best way to capitalize on the knowledge formation section of the learning curve is to hold training events in which the learners need to formally train each other on certain areas of expertise . Train One Another

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If you are training leadership skills, each participant would have to: Present for 5 minutes on a particular leadership skill Or Present best practices for a leadership skill Or Lead a group exercise For Example

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Learners who coach their peers on their training curriculum reinforce what they have learned and convert that knowledge to long term memory. Peer Coaching

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Learners who coach their peers on their training curriculum reinforce what they have learned and convert that knowledge to long term memory. These peer-peer learning events can take place In a Classroom or Virtually, But should be facilitated by an experienced trainer. Peer Coaching

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For more, read the Timing is Everything White Paper Download

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Prior to joining InfoPro , Kyle served as a research associate on subjects including e-learning, online education, game-based learning, and social media usage in higher education at St. John's University in New York.  Kyle Miller is an enterprise learning consultant with InfoPro Learning based out of Princeton, NJ. About the Author

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We help organizations rapidly transform talent by focusing on Learning for Performance. A global, award-winning learning and training solutions company for almost 20 years, InfoPro provides performance improvement strategies, blended learning solutions, and managed training programs. One of the world’s leading providers of learning and training solutions. About InfoPro Learning For more information, visit www.infoprolearning.com

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