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User-experienced stories

Yesterday I wrote about examples as stories. And I received a comment that prompted some reflection. The comment suggested that scenarios were stories too. And […]

Telling stories

I’ve talked about examples before, and have long suggested that examples for learning should be in the form of stories. Today I thought a little […]

Trends in L&D

I agreed to be interviewed for an article, and was sent questions. And I wrote what I thought were cogent answers.  I even dobbed in […]

Old and new school

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I was asked for my responses to questions about trends.  What emerged in the resulting article, however, was pretty […]

Reading List?

I saw another query about ‘reading list recommendations’ (e.g. as an addition to Millennials, Goldfish,  Other Training Misconceptions ;), and I thought I’d weigh in, with […]

Mobile Malarkey

I was called out on a tweet pointing to an article on mobile. And, I have to say, I thought it was pretty underwhelming. It […]

Distributed Cognition

In my last post, I talked about situated cognition.  A second, and related, cognitive revelation is that thinking is distributed between our heads and the world. […]

Social Cognition

In the two preceding posts, I discussed situated and distributed cognition. In this closing post of the series, I want to talk about social cognition. […]

Designing with science

How should we design? It’s all well and good to spout principles, but putting them into practice is another thing. While we always would like […]

Situated Cognition

In a recent article, I wrote about three types of cognition that are changing how we think about how we think (how meta!).  All are […]

Organizational Psychology?

I read an article calling for organizational psychology and the things these folks do for companies.  And, interestingly, many of the tasks seem like things […]

Why L&D Should Lead

So, I’ve seen a bright future for L&D. It’s possible, and desirable.  But is it defensible?  I want to suggest that it is.  L&D should be […]

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