Webvent

Modular, Data-Driven, Adaptive: Future of Training

Thursday, August 10, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Matthew Haldeman

The future of corporate learning is adaptive. Behavioral and performance data can be used to optimize every single moment in a learning experience, delivering the most efficient and effective training possible. Bite-sized pieces of content, while valuable in their own right, become exponentially more powerful when combined into a fluid ecosystem that is backed and synchronized by data.

After participating in this webcast, you’ll be able to:

  • Recognize key trends in technology that allow learning to become modular, data-driven, and adaptive.
  • Grasp learning theories concerning focus, memory, metacognition, and engagement.
  • Explore how learning analytics can be used to benefit trainers, managers, content authors, and learners.

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Presenter

Matthew Haldeman
Matthew Haldeman

Matt Haldeman is a former Teach for America corps member, and has been a public school teacher in Washington DC, the Bronx, and a small village in Africa. Prior to arriving at McGraw-Hill Education, he was a Principal at the Parthenon Group, working within their education practice. He is currently Vice President of Customer Success at McGraw-Hill Education, and is a graduate of Williams College, Harvard Business School, and Harvard’s Graduate School of Education. Matt is the primary/contributing author of several books, including The New Teacher’s Guide to Success and Education Reform for the Digital Era and has written on education for publications including the Washington Post and Harvard Business Review.


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