Learning Plans (ILPs) help learners define their learning goals and the
action steps needed to meet those goals. An ILP can be set up for one
or more goals with evidence of where the individual is currently and
where they plan to be by a specific date toward meeting those goals.
Individuals can create multiple ILPs for different goals. If the
individual is part of an online coaching program, their eCoach or online mentor/coach can
monitor their progress as they meet their goals with ongoing feedback. The reason why I found ILPs to be helpful was how they personalized the learning ... more...
I started doing research on adult learners and change in the early 90's for my Masters and am surprised that
we still have the same issues today. Have you ever heard of CBAM
(Concerns-Based Adoption Model)? Whenever there's an innovation of some kind, people
take to it at different levels. This is called Stages of Concern.