I received an email this morning from someone I have never heard of. I only opened it because of the vanity in me: the Subject was my Blog title, Real Learning for a Change!, so I was expecting it to be a comment or something, and wanted to read it. Hazel Taylor...
I have just realised that I have spent the last 15 years of my life as a trainer using one widely held assumption, namely that people learn best by seeing the “correct” way to do things. They come on a Presentations Skills course and we focus on how...
According to Time Magazine, if you want someone to really remember a lesson or an experience, take a break immediately afterwards. This allows the brain to absorb and consolidate the new information, in much the same way as sleep does. This has been researched at...
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