We often have conversations from those looking to innovate learning. They want to learn more about Huddle Up to see if it's the right fit for their organization. We summarized a few of the important differences to help outline the difference. Take a look. We'd love to hear from you. Contact us to let us know what you think. Is Huddle Up The Best Fit For You? Below, we have provided a quick comparison. You can also learn more about how L&D innovators and educators are using Huddle Up to engage their teams in collaborative experiences. What are your beliefs around organizational learning? Huddle Up can do these… but it’s best suited for → Fully Leverage The Huddle Up Model PASSIVE LEARNERS Users complete tasks and demonstrate success by passing quizzes, summarizing, and completing comprehension exercises. LEARNERS TAKE ACTION Learners apply knowledge and skills in creative ways that demonstrate success if solutions are deemed high quality by their peers and experts.
Today's learners are ready to move past passive models. We know we need to structure engaging, active (action-based) environments. These environments are naturally collaborative, but doesn't necessarily make them examples of collaborative learning. Or, vice versa. This is a key distinction for those that want to innovate the way their teams and organizations want to learn Collaborative learning is defined by trying to enhance learning by working together. But these collaborative experiences don’t necessarily have to be active. For example, we could study for a exam, which is collaborative but will result in no truly active element. It’s aim is comprehension and understanding. Action-based learning provides learners with an experience in a setting where they are required to go beyond simple comprehension and put what they are learning into practice. Action-based learning is contrasted by passive learning (where the goals is comprehension, superficial understanding, and ‘correct’