Scientific based learning

WeLearning works according to the Kirkpatrick’s model. We constantly work, in close collaboration with the Erasmus University, to optimize the three components the model consists of. The model allows us to not only maximize the knowledge transfer in the short-term but also in the long-term.

Click on the phases to see what the model entails.

  • Reaction

    Before the e-learning module: Experience and motivation

    Before the participant makes the module we want to know whether:


    • The participant already has experience in making e-learning modules
    • What the prejudice of the participant is on e-learning modules
    • How the participant is motivated – by the organisation – before making an e-learning module


    Based on these topics WeLearning will develop an custom advise to optimize the beginning phase so that the participants will gain more knowledge during the e-learning module.

  • Learning

    During the e-learning module: Knowledge transfer

    We combine scientific knowledge out of educational psychology and neuroscience. Through this knowledge we developed rules-of-thumb which are key during the development of the modules. Additionally WeLearning is in close contact with professors to discuss specific issues while developing the modules.

  • Behaviour

    After the e-learning module

    • To test the knowledge transfer in the short-term we can integrate quizzes in the module
    • To ensure long-term knowledge transfer we can make infographics and/or a summary module

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