Despite significant investment in going digital, e-learning presents several challenges, including disengaged learners and lower learning effectiveness. Turn to neuroscience to understand how the brain learns and how to create optimal learning conditions.
Neuroscience brings to light what enables us to focus, to learn and to perform at our best, especially during times of change and uncertainty. Teaching people about their brains and how to get the best out of them is essential for 21st-century success.
By mixing insights from cognitive and adult learning theory (cognitive neuroscience), data about your learners (intent), and design theory (appeal), you can create effective leraning
If your organization has competitive leaders, your company culture is likely to reflect that intensity. Who leaders are and how they behave is reflected and mirrored throughout the organization. This mirroring means leaders must be emotionally intelligent.
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 organizations that succeed in the modern world are the ones that put on a great performance in the fullest sense of the word — the ones that delight their audiences. Every great performance has an idea behind it.
How do we become better at developing training in and out of the classroom in order to impact the perceived return on investment of what we do? The solution may lie in brain-based learning.