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This model enables individuals and managers to understand the benefits and how to sustain learning before moving on!
I.S.I.S. Learning Model
Is a model to visualise how learning needs to be handled to maximise the learning experience.
It has four stages, which are:-
Step 1 – Initiate
Step 2 – Sustain
Step 3 – Improve
Step 4 – Secure
Key thing to remember along the way, is that initial knowledge needs to be embedded via observation and regular feedback in a live environment, before the learning has been sustained, via the observations and feedback will enhance the experience and is vital before moving on and trying to improve development of existing knowledge and skills the initial learning has to be sustained in the mind. Once this has been done, then you are in a position of being able to assess the new knowledge and skills that have been learnt.
At this stage you are in a position to be able to review and set new objectives to enhance and improve the learning, because you have sufficient observation and feedback to back it up. Then you need to secure the original and current learning to enable you make this form a habit and allow the individual to use this new knowledge, enhanced via regular observation and feedback, without any doubts, because this learning has been internalised and become a habit!
Below is a visual model for those of you who need to see it on a visually.
The danger is that you try to progress or miss certain stages in the process, there are no short cuts, you have to initiate then sustain the learning before you try to improve the new learning. Once you have managed to sustain the learning then you can move forward and look to use the new knowledge to enhance the skill sets by improving the way they are used etc. And the final stage is when you need to embed the knowledge and improve the skills so they become a habitual.
Then you can start the same process on the next area you want someone to learn and become a master of.
Hope you enjoyed this post. Martin from coachingfoursuccess.com. If you want to become a coach or want to learn more about coaching then contact me dire