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70:20:10 model has its weaknesses, says academic

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Learning and development | 02 Mar 2016, 11:46 AM Agree 0
L&D Professional talks to one academic about the 70:20:10 model, challenges of learning in the workplace and future technologies.
  • Jack Moroney | 03 Mar 2016, 09:12 AM Agree 0
    I'd agree with the Professor regarding blended learning, and finding out what's best in each circumstance. For this reason the 70:20:10 rule does not necessarily apply in a proportional sense, nor universally. If it was used that way by L&D practitioners this was probably wrong anyway. If you want a good example of blended learning from someone who had early access to all things technological try the speech Wozniaki gave at the HR convention. It was a telling reminder to look at how all the pieces of learning and experience he had (and Jobs was similar) gelled together when the right opportunity to apply them came along.
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