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Design Learning Experiences to Support Behavior Change
How Can Behavior Change Boost Job Performance?
There are many factors that come into play when considering changing the behaviors of our learners such as their capacity to perform; their physical and social environment; and their emotions, motivations, and reflective habits. Many of these factors impact the learner’s overall job performance so it is crucial to be able to deliver learning experiences that can successfully influence behavior.
In this video research report, Julie Dirksen, author of Design for How People Learn, provides an in-depth look at Susan Michie et al.’s research on how to recognize and support behavior change to help boost job performance. Dirksen shares common problems that arise when designing learning experiences for behavior change and explores how to navigate Susan Michie et al.’s COM-B model to find solutions you need.
Watch this video interview to learn more about the COM-B model and how you can design successful learning experiences that support the changing behaviors of your learners.
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