INFOGRAPHIC: DESIGN THINKING FOR HUMAN-CENTERED LEARNING

INFOGRAPHIC: DESIGN THINKING FOR HUMAN-CENTERED LEARNING

A co-design process to focus on the learner and create human centered learning solutions.

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Arun Pradhan has over 17 years’ experience in digital and blended learning. He currently works as a senior Learning & Performance consultant at DeakinPrime, helping to deliver 70:20:10 inspired solutions for some of Australia’s largest telcos, retailers, banks and insurers.

In his spare time Arun blogs about learning, performance and 70:20:10 solutions at Design4Performance.

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2 Comments
  1. Interesting infographic and thank you for sharing.

    However, I am a little concerned that the learner in this representation appears to be engaged, but not involved in the learning design process – they appear as the problem/challenge, where others analyse them and develop solutions.

    I spend my time with operationalising Design Thinking for learning – focusing on rapid learning from the cognitive/situative/associative perspectives, specifically targeting complex practical business issues, such as absorbing business lessons quickly.

    I would argue that the approach set out here is counter productive to rapid/accelerated learning; this because the learner does not appear to be involved in developing his/her own solutions – it appears to be something that is being done for them. I would argue that this moves against well established adult learning principles and also phenomenon such as the IKEA effect.

    The idea being presented here is helpful, to a point. But the operationalisation of accelerated/rapid learning in organisations requires learner involvement in the development of learning solutions – from empathy through to testing.

    Thank you… David

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