The Future Of Digital Learning

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Continuous learning is the watchword and common mantra everyone needs to remember in today’s disruptive environments.

Today, we cannot be satisfied with just studying our major portfolios. We also need to retrain and upskill ourselves in new skillsets that will be better suited to our new job environments.

Such learning and retraining are easier when we are younger but older and more senior workers will face significant challenges. It is harder for older and more mature workers to learn from textbooks or long lectures when compared to their younger counterparts.

Online and digital learning has come in to remove most of the fear of learning through short and concise courses that can be conducted anywhere as long as you have a smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer.

Use these powerful lessons to develop more programs to better prepare people for disruptive workplace situations!

SESSIONS

  1. Traditional Learning Methods
  2. The Inefficiency Of Traditional Teaching
  3. The Best Of Both Worlds
  4. Heading To Blended Learning

5

Sessions

100

Minutes

Ms So-Young Kang

Ms So-Young Kang

Ms So-Young Kang is Catalyst and Founder of multi-disciplinary Transformation Design (TD) firm Awaken Group. The serial entrepreneur is passionate about maximizing human flourishing, and she and her team design disruptive solutions such as Gnowbe, a market-leading microlearning creator tool that is revolutionizing how people teach and learn.

Content Curator Arulnathan John is a former journalist and copywriter who has worked on various newspaper articles and social media communications. Through his work experience, he has made observations and developed insights that have been applied to conflict management and resolution situations, particularly in workplace settings.

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Ms So-Young Kang

5

Sessions

100

Minutes

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Continuous learning is the watchword and common mantra everyone needs to remember in today’s disruptive environments.

Today, we cannot be satisfied with just studying our major portfolios. We also need to retrain and upskill ourselves in new skillsets that will be better suited to our new job environments.

Such learning and retraining are easier when we are younger but older and more senior workers will face significant challenges. It is harder for older and more mature workers to learn from textbooks or long lectures when compared to their younger counterparts.

Online and digital learning has come in to remove most of the fear of learning through short and concise courses that can be conducted anywhere as long as you have a smartphone, laptop, or desktop computer.

Use these powerful lessons to develop more programs to better prepare people for disruptive workplace situations!

SESSIONS

  1. Traditional Learning Methods
  2. The Inefficiency Of Traditional Teaching
  3. The Best Of Both Worlds
  4. Heading To Blended Learning

ABOUT THE COURSE MASTER

So-Young Kang

So-Young Kang is Catalyst and Founder of multi-disciplinary Transformation Design (TD) firm Awaken Group. The serial entrepreneur is passionate about maximizing human flourishing, and she and her team design disruptive solutions such as Gnowbe, a market-leading microlearning creator tool that is revolutionizing how people teach and learn.

Content Curator Arulnathan John is a former journalist and copywriter who has worked on various newspaper articles and social media communications. Through his work experience, he has made observations and developed insights that have been applied to conflict management and resolution situations, particularly in workplace settings.

(*Billed annually)