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Activity Based Learning with Area9 Rhapsode

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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Adaptable, scalable, and personalized, this approach builds competence and confidence, while increasing performance among individuals and across entire teams.

  • Promotes 21st Century Skills: Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, and Critical thinking.
  • Learning in the flow of work: Activity-based learning helps ensure that knowledge learned in the classroom or through computer-based e-learning transfers into day-to-day practice with a higher degree of competence.
  • Makes learning relevant and immediately valuable: Activity-based learning can improve knowledge acquisition and retention and elevate job performance by seamlessly combining training and work activities.
  • Develop a growth mindset by becoming more motivated and confident. When learners coach one another, they are likely to become better themselves and more effective in their jobs.
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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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“We set out to create a truly innovative product that would be relevant and convenient to physicians. Area9, a physician-led company that is an innovator in interactive educational software, asked us to consider them as a partner, not a vendor. We did, and that partnership has been extremely successful.”
Chris Lynch
Vice President for Publishing, NEJM Group