Passionate learners, better performers.
Think about someone learning more about their hobby, like gardening, cooking or bicycle repair.
That person is not simply flipping through a manual. They are sponging up the knowledge they need, applying it immediately, and retaining it for life. They become more passionate about the topic as their comprehension grows. Over time, they discover new ways apply the learning, and their performance improves.
We want students to become better, faster. Short-term results (success or failure) lead to increased satisfaction, and higher satisfaction leads to a demand, or a pull, for additional learning. Our objective is not to push more content at them (check-in-a-box-training), but to help them achieve results quickly.
Find someone who is passionate about a topic or task and you will find a person who is or will soon become, successful at performing it.