Science-based learning

There’s a lot of bad information about how people learn.

Lot’s of theories…

Lot’s of trends…

So how do you you what’s a fad and what’s legit?

That’s where the science-based learning folks come in.

Ok. So what the heck is “science-based learning?”

Margie Margie Meacham (a.k.a. “The Brain Lady”) defines it as:

“Science based learning means following the evidence to make decisions instead of following opinion, interest, or preference.”

I had the pleasure of interviewing Margie. In the video below, we talk about the different types of science (e.g. neuroscience vs psychology vs evidence based-practice).

And we discuss about one practical strategy you can implement today (in under an hour) to improve your training programs using science based learning?

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