We are living through a breathtaking explosion of research into the neuroscience of learning. If we were to create education as a new discipline today, there is no doubt that we would do so based on the foundational principles of cognitive science.
The old e-learning paradigm – developed years ago in the model of traditional classroom education – is not always effective or affordable. Improve the quality and efficiency of your online training program with virtual training labs.
While the brain is complex and we don’t know everything about it, we do know some things about memory. We know enough to increase the chances of learners’ retaining information if they consume information in the best way.
Let’s take a moment to pause and reflect on those insights and inspirations by reviewing some of the most-read content of 2018.
Since the ascent of e-learning over the past two decades, our attitudes, as well as the quality of e-learning offerings and functionality, have continuously changed and evolved
If you shop online and have ever had a question about or a problem with an order, you may have interacted with a customer service chatbot. Some organizations are also now using chatbots in their employee training programs.
How do we train a labor force whose attention is pulled in so many different directions, all while making the experience enjoyable and impactful?
The human brain is wired to forget. Not all information is needed beyond the immediate moment or situation. It’s up to instructional designers and training facilitators to help learners maximize knowledge retention.
How can you ensure that your development program passes the test? Start by identifying the most important factors to consider when designing training: timing, location and reinforcement.
Understanding how the brain learns best can enable us to provide leadership learning that embeds and lasts.