At DeXL, we believe all learners have innate greatness that can be liberated through education. Regardless of their cognitive or noncognitive abilities, socioeconomic status, educational history, or any other family, cultural or peer influence, learners can be successful in achieving their educational goals if given the right experience at the right time with the right person. Our learning engineering process is proprietary and cutting-edge, using individual learner personas, established learning science, game design, and learner journey mapping to create an experience that is personalized, engaging, and unlike any other.
Leveraging top EdTech providers, we offer a proprietary, turn-key, seamless technology environment that continously adapts and evolves as learner personas, learning science, pedagogy, and our clients’ needs change. We carefully select systems, ensuring they integrate seamlessly, provide robust data analytics, and engage the learner by inspiring greater effort. We avoid the costly price tag of fully customized solutions while remaining agile and cutting-edge.
We provide educators and facilitators with more than mere methods and technology training – we empower them with a community of like-minded professionals who are tackling similar problems and challenging the boundaries of learning. We combine this with simulated teaching experiences, tools, training, effective learning strategies, and proven engagement strategies that all help to build confidence and understanding.
Dynamic experiential learning engineering encompasses more than instructional design – it requires a holistic view of the learner’s journey and requires a deep understanding of learner personas. Infused throughout this experiential learning journey is continuous reinforcement of sense of value, community collaboration, and personalized engagement that cultivates a sense of connectedness, purpose, and an innate desire to succeed. It’s a proven formula that is preferred by learners. We always start with learner experience at the center, which then drives the learning engineering and the selection of technologies that best support the experience.