Informal Learning


Informal learning is learning-on-the-job, or any learning not systematized—such as mentoring and coaching. Like its ancestor in the Middle Ages—the apprenticeship—informal learning is a vital part in any training and learning program, particularly when deployed in conjunction with formal training and performance classes. Informal learning can include a wide array of activities ranging from brown bag lunches and collective learning sessions to virtual learning communities on the Web.

Fastpaths

2000

Victoria Marsick and M. Volpe (eds.): Advances in Developing Human Resources: Informal Learning On the Job.






The 30-Second Encyclopedia of Learning and Performance. A Trainer's Guide to Theory, Terminology, and Practice
The 30-Second Encyclopedia of Learning and Performance: A Trainers Guide to Theory, Terminology, and Practice
ISBN: 0814471781
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 110
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