Your Guide To Cognitive Load Theory And Learning

Cognitive load theory explains why it’s important to give employees exactly what they can handle, in a format that makes sense, so that they can […]

How To Create Online Training For The 4 Different Learner Temperaments

A popular and age-old proto-psychological theory suggests that there are 4 core temperaments that describe human personalities. But how can you create online training for […]

Human Nature Influenced By Technology: Part 2

The rapid rise of technology, now integrated into most aspects of life, has accelerated during the pandemic to produce polarized views and human conflicts. Part […]

5 Learning Theories For Transforming Learning

Corporate training or corporate L&D (Learning and Development) is all about getting employees to acquire, retain, recall, and apply knowledge and skills in order to […]

Does The Use Of Apps Affect The Way Of Thinking?

The dissemination of the use of apps in education occupies the space of other tools and strategies traditionally used. This article explores possible consequences of […]

eLearning But Not Equality In Education

This article reviews how the rapid acceleration of eLearning during the recent COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up problems for students who find it difficult to […]

What Is Cognitive Dissonance And How Can You Overcome It In Corporate Training?

According to neurologists, the human brain wants consistency in its thoughts, beliefs, and actions. This is why when it has two conflicting thoughts at the […]

How The ABC Model Of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Changed My Life

We falsely rationalize that an event (A) is responsible for how we feel or for the consequences (C). We aren't even aware that we have […]

Learning Myths: Why Do They Never Die?

This article explores the fundamentals of why myths exist, why they don’t ever die, and why it is so hard to change people’s minds about […]

Using Applied Cognitive Science To Face Disinformation

We wanted to investigate in thorough detail the influencing process and the harmful impact of mis- and disinformation on teaching and learning. Therefore we started […]

The Role Of Color Psychology In Instructional Design

Understanding how to use color to design better digital learning is something every Instructional Designer should know. In this article, we'll have a look at […]

AGES Model: The Effective Elements For Long-Term Learning

Have you ever wondered why the majority of corporate online training fails to have positive effects on employee performance in an organization? Well, research has […]

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