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So far in our series about how to reduce sensory overload for leaners and improve retention and engagement during training, we’ve covered the importance of assessing your current learning strategy and available tools, as well as how using a blended approach can help balance inputs and reduce overload. The final factor in a smart strategy that prioritizes learners is communication.
Communication has a big impact on helping learners not feel overwhelmed or unprepared. First, communication helps employees stay mindful of what sensory overload looks like and what can lead to it. Additionally, varying communication methods and focusing on how learners prefer to be reached can also reduce sensory overload. Here’s what Ardent recommends:
For the full scope of how to reduce sensory overload for learners and encourage better, more engaged learning, download our sensory overload resource to use as a guide.
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