Activity Based Learning With The Programming Probe

Effective learning includes practice that mimics the real world.  That’s why Area9 Rhapsode™ provides a suite of customizable activity-based learning tools to put knowledge and skills into practice, collaborating with peers on real-world problems and scenarios.


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To master programming it requires not only learning the theory but also practice. Programming Probe in Area9 Rhapsode™ provides a way to get a lot of practice. Learners can write a program to solve a task, run for testing, inspect the results and iterate until satisfied. Rhapsode™ supports a wide range of programming languages from Bash, Java, Python, to VB.NET and much more.

You will learn:

  • the basic syntax of languages
  • how to fix compilation mistakes
  • about semantics and type systems
  • how to implement and bug-fix algorithms
  • to write programs that solve real problems

The end result has proven itself. Our programmers are productive in 2-4 weeks using this training program.


Activity Based Learning at Scale

  • The power of activity-based learning is that it fosters a collaborative and adaptive learning space.
  • Activity based probes can direct learners to give and receive feedback on a project, presentation, or other group activity. This opens the door for leveraging the scalability of adaptive learning technology.
  • The combination of acquiring knowledge and then putting it to use through activity-based learning in job-specific problems and scenarios makes training more efficient, effective and engaging.
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“One of the greatest problems in modern-day corporate learning is getting the right learning to the right person at the right time, to support them in their performance. The latest improvements in data, AI, and adaptive learning technologies can hold the key to unlocking immense value from companies’ learning and knowledge assets—proactively serving people with exactly what they need, targeted with precision to when they can best apply it.”
Chief Learning Officer, Novartis