Many modern learning professionals use the concept of learner personas when designing learning programs for modern learners. They often categorize their audience by identifying what different learners need to know, and when, where and how they want to learn it. But in taking it a step further, have you ever considered the role learner curiosity plays in developing learner personas?
In the video below, Learning Cluster Design co-creator, Lisa MD Owens, dives into how to use learner curiosity to develop learner personas and keep your learners engaged:
Some of Lisa’s key takeaways include:
- The correlation between levels of curiosity and engagement
- Examples of how different personas find engagement and measure success
- Why self-assessing is an important part in managing different levels of curiosity
We’d love to hear from you – how often do you take learner curiosity into consideration when designing modern learning assets? Join the conversation on LinkedIn!