Learning as an adult is a reflective process. That’s why Tribal Habits leverages reflection questions in our learning experiences.
Reflection questions require learners to periodically respond to review questions and share thoughts with other learners to improve knowledge retention and foster social learning.
To facilitate the flow of information from theory to practice, Tribal Habits actively prompts users to implement what they learn on the platform into their day-to-day jobs and requests feedback about the outcomes achieved.
The best performing teams are those that continuously practice and reinforce what they learn in training.
Tribal Habits surfaces and shares insights that other users have gleaned through their learning journey.
These human connections enhance the learning experience of future users by providing context and social proof that the topics are accurate and relevant.
Explore interactive topics with a wide variety of online activities - videos, polls, Q&A, comparisons, narrated slideshows, interactive images and more.
Activate optional social interactions to allow users to learn from each other - share outcomes, review objectives or discover recommended knowledge.
Each user has a learning journal for each topic which captures their answers, outcomes, knowledge and next steps (and can be emailed to them).
Allow users to contribute new expertise and proven ideas into topics to continually capture and share knowledge. Allow knowledge to update over time.
Share knowledge through role-based enrolments, uploading users, internal or external links, creating targetted self-enrollment libraries or in your LMS.
Integrate on-the-job activities into any topic - demonstrations of skill, 1:1 meetings, document uploads and more. Track outcomes and automate reminders.
Tribal Habits splits topics into smaller modules and automatically calculates completion time. Users can easily explore pieces of knowledge as their time allows.
Utilise optional reflectively learning activities to allow users to consider their insights and next steps, and as well as compare decisions with their peers.