Learning with spaced repetition

The most efficient way to commit something to memory is to be reminded of it immediately prior to the moment you would otherwise have forgotten it. Got it?

 

Let us tell you about spaced repetition.

Your brain loves spaced repetition

 

Spaced repetition is commonly applied in context whereby a learner must acquire a large number of items and retain them indefinitely. Wranx makes full use of this innovative technique, increasing intervals of time between subsequent learning reviews to make the most of the spacing effect.

The result? Our clients get to boost existing training programmes, improve their output and keep workforce knowledge at its peak.

The 70:20:10 Model

 

The 70:20:10 Model for Learning and Development is a commonly used formula within the
training profession to describe the optimal sources of learning by successful managers.

This framework says that in a workplace:

  • 70% of our learning comes from challenging assignments and on­the­job
    experiences
  • 20% of our learning is developed from our relationships with other people, our
    networks and the feedback we receive
  • 10% of our learning is derived from formal training, such as courses and workshops

Wranx fits into all parts of this model as our training allows you to learn on the job, our social features enhance personal development, and we can also incorporate presentations and videos into training as a formal learning method. Our bitesized learning lets you communicate on a daily basis!

70-20-10

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Our Clients

  • PSA Peugeot
  • L'Oréal
  • The North Face
  • Matrix
  • Xerox
  • HomeAway
  • TNT
  • Bay Path University
  • Soletanche Bachy
  • Marlin Apartments
  • IGT
  • Deraya
  • Dale Carnegie
  • Reliable Sprinkler
  • CS Financial Solutions

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