Classic learning research in practice: Micro Learning with Micro Credentials

Learning is a continuous experience where we attain new skills over a period of time. Experiences in a modern world are supported by small learning […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Color Harmony

Colour plays an important, but secondary, role in recognition. A red apple and a green apple seem at first to be identified by colour. But […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – 3 Act Retention

Retention Presentations should take advantage of the first and last item presented, as they have a higher retention rate (Tony Buzan).  Creating Interest in what […]

The Number 1 tool for the creation of Advanced eLearning

7 years ago I created my first Advanced eLearning thanks to Adobe Captivate 5. It was a PowerPoint presentation enhanced with user interaction. Adobe Captivate […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Avoid breaching Copyright

We are all owners – creators – consumers. If content creators want to protect their expressions with copyright then they will require a fixation in a […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Thinking Brain & Memory

Our brain is self-organizing using Neuroplasticity trough long term Potentiation, keeping hold of knowledge or depression by removing  irrelevant knowledge. Like on a computer system […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Neurotransmitters – Balance the Brain

People care because our triune brain, has an emotional side. This emtional side or emotional brain it is kept in balance by our neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are also known as […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Semiotics of Graphics – Visual Attention

When keeping the Learners Attention, the visual memory is of uttermost importance as 60% of the brain is involved in vision. But how to make […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Sensory Channels – Keep the Learners Attention

Once the learner feels connected, we need to maintain his attention and avoid multitasking. This can be done by channeling your content towards all of the learners senses: Iconic, Echoic, Haptic […]

Classic Learning Research in Practice – Triune Brain – Connect to your Audience

We all have those moments that your learning does not seem to connect to the audience, we tend to blame the learners, however  it is the […]

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