Small chunks of learning, spaced out over time, reinforce memory networks as learners retrieve the material over and over again. Their brains begin to create stronger neural pathways that are easier to access.
The responsibility of the training function is not simply to deliver courses but to get learners to behave in a way that achieves business results.
AGES tells us that learners need to be attentive, share their original insights, establish an emotional connection to the material, and have the necessary space to sort it all out. AGES helps us avoid subjecting learners to cognitive overload.