What’s Old Is New Again.
I always talked about designed Learning Experiences – to differentiate them from Unstructured OJT.
My firm’s newsletter used the phrase “Learning Experiences” numerous times starting with the first surviving copy I have from the Spring of 1988 (there were issues going back to 1984 I believe – but I no longer have copies).
The point is – use today’s language – but don’t be fooled into thinking that the concepts, models, methods, tools, and techniques – and the language – is always new. It might be. But often it is not.