The secrets of accelerated learning: what’s your objective?

Learning Objectives

A few months ago we chatted with Krystyna Gadd about her Five Secrets of Accelerated Learning, and in this podcast we drill down into the first and most important of those: writing learning objectives that link to the business strategy and the objectives of the learners.

A good learning objective isn’t about restricting flexibility or limiting exploration, it’s about providing focus: answering the “so what” question before it’s even asked.

The five secrets of accelerated learning

Apologies that it’s a bit long, but when you get talking about this sort of thing it can be hard to stop!

 

Krystyna Gadd


Krystyna Gadd is a leading authority on accelerated learning and its application in the UK. She has been training trainers since 2008, through CIPD professional programmes and her own workshops. She has published a book “50 ways to Accelerate Learning”, … read more about Krystyna here.

About John Tomlinson
I am a writer, podcaster, and Learning and Development professional, mainly into leadership development and creating great workplaces. I am especially interested in leadership and reading about leaders in history and understanding what we can learn from them, and in how politics and history are linked, and how we can improve public policy and political leadership through understanding history. I am based in Madrid, Spain, but am from Leeds in the UK which is why I am a Leeds United supporter.

One Response to The secrets of accelerated learning: what’s your objective?

  1. Pingback: Who’s afraid of SMART objectives? You don’t need to be | Trainer Tools

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