Future Of Learning Was Yesterday

| December 12, 2018

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Welcome to the future of work where career lifespans are long, skill lifespans are short, and Learning and Development is far from what it used to be. Today’s technology allows employees to improve their current skills and continuously develop totally new ones. Naturally, employees have more power over their learning today, while L&D professionals are now faced with the opportunity to shape the support employees in new ways and shape the future workforce.Employees today use technology on a daily basis to channel their curiosity. Whether they want to learn how to make a pizza from scratch, determine how to have conversations with their kids, or need to connect with other people, the answers are right at their fingertips.

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When you think of education, you probably imagine a monotonous lecture or a repetitive worksheet. But why does this have to be the way we educate students? How about, instead, we make learning feel like a game. A game, where you didn’t even realize you were learning. That’s what we do at Explore Interactive.

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When you think of education, you probably imagine a monotonous lecture or a repetitive worksheet. But why does this have to be the way we educate students? How about, instead, we make learning feel like a game. A game, where you didn’t even realize you were learning. That’s what we do at Explore Interactive.

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