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Indirect Learning

Benjamin Franklin once aptly said, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”

As opposed to Direct Learning, Indirect Learning engages the adult learner’s higher cognitive dimension, which results in lasting learning outcomes. Content can be Googled, but context is king; which is why knowledge scaffolding is an essential part of the process.

It is for this reason that TRIDUUM has chosen to specialize in INDIRECT LEARNING. This particular learning methodology includes the following constructivist (but not limited to) components:

  • Case Studies
  • Compare & Contrast
  • Composing
  • Concept Mapping
  • (Self) Discovery
  • Guided/Unguided inquiry
  • Focused Imaging
  • Problem Solving
  • Socratic Questioning

Where individuals and teams interact and work is exactly where appropriate knowledge is put into action in pursuit of business goals. Indirect Learning grounds learners in tacit knowledge.

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