An Optimal Design: Learning Simulations

May 08, 2018 1 Min Read
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Learning Simulations are getting increasingly popular in the Learning & Development space.

As organizations are increasingly subscribed to the idea of gamification or game-based learning, the question remains to linger: Do Learning Simulations really provide best-in-class learning experiences to adult learners?

In this Raise Your Game session, Jayson Chik answers these questions and shares his insight into new designs of learning.

READ: Revitalising Digital Learning — How HR Can Enhance User Engagement

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