How to capture and hold learners attention span

On one hand, the latest word is that our attention span is growing shorter and shorter due to all the technological developments. We forget stuff on our grocery lists, we forget names, we can’t possibly remember birthdays if they are not correctly (and publicly) specified on social media and when we are at work it’s just a nightmare to keep track of everything and sift through all the information and stimuli constantly coming our way.

Yet we have no problem binge watching our favorite shows and remembering everything and everybody in there – take Game of Thrones for example. It is insanely complicated with a huge number of characters, plots, sub-plots and sub-sub-plots and yet I have not heard complaints about keeping up with it.

So our attention span is not really the issue but rather how it is captured and held.

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