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Active Learning

A teaching method that engages learners directly in the learning process through activities and discussions, rather than passive listening. Great active learning gives the learning the opportunity to try out learning objectives, and this approach informs every design at

Adaptive Learning

Technology-based learning systems that adapt to the needs of each learner, providing customized resources and activities.


The method and practice of teaching adult learners, focusing on their needs and experiences. At, professional adults are our primary audience, and everything is geared to them.


The process of evaluating a learner's understanding and skills through various methods like quizzes, tests, and observations. Assessment drives the active learning and feedback processes at, but don't worry, we go well beyond silly quizes into real-world scenarios and application.

Asynchronous Learning

Learning that does not occur in real-time, allowing learners to access materials and complete work at their own pace. Books were probably the first asynchronous resource, they've been succeeded by videos, quizzes, scenarios, and interactive modules.


Blended Learning

An instructional approach that combines online digital media with traditional face-to-face or live video classroom methods. At, we believe that almost every organizational challenge requires a combination of learning approaches to deliver the best possible outcomes.

Bloom’s Taxonomy

A classification of learning objectives within education, dividing them into cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains.


Cognitive Development

The construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem-solving, and decision-making, from childhood through adulthood.

Cognitive Load

The amount of mental effort being used in the working memory, critical for designing effective instructional materials.

Collaborative Learning

An educational approach involving joint intellectual effort by students working in small groups to accomplish a goal. At we love team projects and breakouts

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