Applying Proven Memory Encoding And Retrieval Techniques

Memory encoding and retrieval are not accidental activities. It requires a learner to engage in purposeful memory exercises to maximize their potential to apply and […]

No, We Cannot Look Everything Up

Search can help us find information, but we must know what to look up and how to interpret and use it. Existing knowledge helps us […]

Non-Conscious Aspects Of Learning And Performance

In a former life, I worked as a health educator. I still love building this type of instruction. But here’s the thing. Changing people’s health […]

Naked Architect In The Desert Syndrome

The Naked Architect in the Desert Syndrome (NADS) can give you false confidence that once memorized, you "know" things. Do we still need memorization in […]

What's The Truth Behind The Neuroscience Research You Use For Your Learning Design And Delivery?

As part of your professional development, how do you consume research-based information and use it to inform the way you design and develop your learning […]

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 […]

3 Cognitive Theories For Transforming Learning

In this article, we will take a look at some cognitive theories for transforming learning experiences. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Effective Memorization Techniques For Online Learning

Remember those moments when you try to memorize something and information is too difficult to remember or organize? Usually, you are limited in time too. […]

The Workshop Is Broken: Here's How Bite-Size Training Can Fix It

Traditional business training isn't built for the modern learner; it's time to adopt a learning lifestyle change. Here is why bite-size training is a more […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 03/06/17

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

Memory And Learning, Part 2

Last month, I began a series of articles about knowing and using the constraints of perception and memory. Unlike some other constraints on learning interventions […]

How To Design To Help Working Memory, Part 1

When working on a project, it’s super helpful to understand and work within the project’s real needs and constraints. For example, when buying a car, […]

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