Discovering the Science of Workplace Instruction

Uncover 5 Core Categories that Contribute to Effective Training

We’ve seen a bulk of Guild research focused on the educational technology field. However, if we take a step back, could the research covering other fields, such as organizational psychology, cognitive psychology, sociology, anthropology, and human resources development, reveal more about the way we learn? Dr. Kurt Kraiger (University of Memphis) and Dr. Kevin Ford (Michigan State University) believe so.

In this video interview, Jane Bozarth talks with Dr. Kraiger about his and Dr. Ford’s proposed science of workplace instruction as “the application of evidence-based principles that have been found to help individuals learn knowledge, skills, and attitudes that impact job performance and organizational effectiveness.”

From this video report, we learn:

  • What the science of workplace instruction is and how it relates to learning
  • The five key categories of instructional principles
  • How we can apply this science to our own practice

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