3 Things Psychology Tells us about Post-Training Support

Psychology offers valuable lessons around the mechanisms of memory. So, how can we use these lessons to improve our onboarding and post-training experience? The post […]

Free downloads to transform your teaching & unleash the science of learning! [RetrievalPractice.org]

Per RetrievalPractice.org: Download ALL our free guides, research, and resources! We’re here to make your life easier. In order to unleash the science of learning, […]

Teaching HIPAA Rules: 3 Keys to Success

It’s no secret that HIPAA rules are daunting. But teaching them? Even more so. While HIPAA was created to protect health data integrity, confidentiality, and […]

A parent’s guide to prioritizing emotional well-being [Ten Eyck]

A parent’s guide to prioritizing emotional well-being — from modernlearners.com by Richard Ten Eyck, with thanks to Missy Emler from Modern Learners for this resource […]

FTI 2020 Trend Report for Entertainment, Media, & Technology [FTI]

  FTI 2020 Trend Report for Entertainment, Media, & Technology — from futuretodayinstitute.com Our 3rd annual industry report on emerging entertainment, media and technology trends […]

3 Ways to Boost Psychology Undergraduates Confidence in Job-Ready Skills

Do psychology undergraduates have job-ready skills?  Many professors believe their graduates are skilled and ripe for the job marketplace, but students don’t feel as confident. […]

YouTube’s algorithm hacked a human vulnerability, setting a dangerous precedent [Birmingham]

YouTube’s algorithm hacked a human vulnerability, setting a dangerous precedent — from which-50.com by Andrew Birmingham Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Even as YouTube’s recommendation algorithm was […]

Discussion questions, sketchnotes, research articles & more re: “Make it Stick” [retrievalpractice.org]

From retrievalpractice.org regarding the “Make it Stick” book, this link includes: Discussion questions for each chapter Sketchnotes for each chapter Additional readings and research articles

5 Years Since Starbucks Offered to Help Baristas Attend College, How Many Have Graduated? [Koenig]

5 Years Since Starbucks Offered to Help Baristas Attend College, How Many Have Graduated? — from edsurge.com by Rebecca Koenig Excerpts: …nearly 3,000 Starbucks employees […]

“Belief in Learning Styles Myth May Be Detrimental” [APA] + 5 other items on the lack of support for learning styles

Belief in Learning Styles Myth May Be Detrimental — from apa.org Many people believe learning styles predict academic and career success, study finds Excerpts: WASHINGTON — […]

Recommended books from RetrievalPractice.org

Recommended books from RetrievalPractice.org Check out our recommended books and reports that describe research on the science of learning and provide practical tips for classroom […]

This article discusses the serious amount of age discrimination going on out there!

3 million older Americans can’t find high-paying jobs, and it has nothing to do with skills. Here’s the one barrier they face that no one’s […]

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