Recent studies in neuroscience, along with research in cognitive psychology and classic theories in adult education, put training professionals in the position to craft powerful learning experiences. aMemory and Cognition in Learninga reviews the current body of knowledge to explain how the brain responds to factors such as stress and emotion, and the role of both learner and trainer in the learning experience. This Infoline will: ac outline key principles from cognitive learning theory ac provide tips on facilitating an effective learning environment ac summarize some challenges to corporate learning ac offer guidance on how to better design brain-friendly learning. The Infoline also provides job aids on how to put the brain at the center of a webinar, how to make your training modules more enjoyable for the learner, and how to organize information so that it is easier for learners to remember.In a utopian world, you might simply plot out this mental model on a PowerPoint slide and expect your students to duplicate it in ... under the hood of a motor vehicle will understand it very differently from someone who has souped-up his engine. ... They are: ac sensory input ac short-term or working memory ac long-term memory.
|Title||:||Memory and Cognition in Learning|
|Publisher||:||Association for Talent Development - 2014-05-01|