In the world of instructional design, the learner needs to take center stage. Without accounting for the learner experience – including how the resulting coursework aligns with their needs and preferences – knowledge retention and skill-building suffer. Often, the easiest way to include the learner during the design phase is to learn about common behavioral archetypes and how they impact the experience. That creates opportunities to empathize with the learner, which can yield better results. Here’s a look at how to identify behavioral archetypes and leverage them to improve the learner experience.
Behavioral Archetypes and How to Empathize with Your Learner