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Announcing the Brain Matters Coloring Book

Learningtogo

I’m so excited about my new book, The Brain Matters Coloring Book ! This entailed filling in the black and white illustrations in the book with any colors you wanted. There are many practical benefits of teaching children about colors: They learn to recognize patterns and objects in the world around them. Recognizing pattern is a key survival skill and coloring helps develop and fine-tune that skill. You may already own a coloring book.

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Technology Enabled Learning: Complimentary Training Patterns

Your Training Edge

Can we think of enhancing their value through some training patterns, which compliment them in various aspects? How can those be helped to the field for quickly delivering some effective and reliable learning solutions? In search of this question, I found some complimentary training patterns that go hand in hand in e-learning design. With such complimentary elements, the training patterns can surely be made unique. Your training pattern must be consistent.

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The Brain Science of Keeping Resolutions

Learningtogo

The Brain on Change. One of the key points in that article is that our brain is structured with one primary purpose: to keep us alive so that we can transmit our genes to the next generation. Changing the Brain to Change Behavior. Rich Brain/Poor Brain.

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The Brain Science of Keeping Resolutions

Learningtogo

The Brain on Change. One of the key points in that article is that our brain is structured with one primary purpose: to keep us alive so that we can transmit our genes to the next generation. Changing the Brain to Change Behavior. Rich Brain/Poor Brain.

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Break Out the Crayons – Your Brain Needs to Color!

Learningtogo

This entailed filling in the black and white illustrations in the book with any colors you wanted. There are many practical benefits of teaching children about colors: They learn to recognize patterns and objects in the world around them. Recognizing pattern is a key survival skill and coloring helps develop and fine-tune that skill. They get to express themselves artistically, which can help improve self-confidence and stimulates multiple parts of the brain.

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The Ceiling Effect: How the Height of Your Ceiling Affects Brain Performance

Learningtogo

I’ve written previously about the influence of other disciplines on the science of learning, such as looking at desire paths , an architectural concept, to help design effective informal learning experiences. Now I’m returning to architecture again, to share how ceiling height can affect the way your brain processes information. The Effect of Priming on the Type of Processing That People Use. Like many things we’re now learning about the brain, this result was no surprise.

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The Brain Science of Keeping Resolutions

Learningtogo

The Brain on Change. One of the key points in that article is that our brain is structured with one primary purpose: to keep us alive so that we can transmit our genes to the next generation. And yet, when faced with a change that has the potential to make us more likely to survive, some brains are able to adapt more easily than others. It turns out that health and lifestyle choices have a significant effect on the brain’s ability to change.

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Let’s change the underlying philosophy and pattern of feedback

CLO Magazine

On the one hand we have those who advocate extremely candid, no-holds-barred conversations between managers and their direct reports, such as Kim Scott in her book “Radical Candor.” Change the underlying philosophy and pattern of feedback.

Recommended Reading Summary: A Chapter from “How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School”

Adobe Captivate

I highly recommend the entire book, which is available for free from the National Academies Press. Chapter 1: “ Learning: From Speculation to Science ,” from How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School , by Bransford, Brown, and Cocking. Depth of knowledge allows a person to recognize patterns, relationships, and discrepancies that a less experienced or knowledgeable person might miss.

Brain rule #5

Clive on Learning

They appear to take advantage of the brain's predeliction for pattern matching. Information is more readily processed if it can be immediately associated with information already present in the learner's brain." " "A memory trace appears to be stored in the same parts of the brain that perceived and processed the initial input." " The human brain is not like a computer: "it has no 'hard drive' separate from its initial; input connectors."

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How Gamers Learn: The Game Player’s Brain

Growth Engineering

Games are rich in interactive elements which keep the player engaged and because they seldom come with a rule book, gamers have learned to think outside the box in order to solve the problems they encounter. Gamers look for patterns. Gamers are used to observing a system as a whole and in most cases, pattern-recognition is essential to beating the game. The post How Gamers Learn: The Game Player’s Brain appeared first on Growth Engineering.

At the very heart of the feeling of personal effectiveness

KnowledgeOne

The two other notions that are, along with the feeling of personal effectiveness, at the basis of Bandura’s flagship theory are social modelling and self-regulation. ” Equally, individuals can feel effective in an activity without taking pride in it.

MARGIE MEACHAM – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

Learnnovators

Margie has been a featured speaker at several ATD events and facilitates the ATD online course Essentials of Brain-Based Learning. Known as “The Brain Lady,” you are a self-described scholar-practitioner who is considered an expert on topics related to learning, specifically neuroscience.

Jay’s latest book focuses on social & informal learning in the cloud

Jay Cross

Here’s a map of the book: (Click the map). What can you achieve with this book?…3. Who should read this book?…4. How the book is organized …4. Network Effects …14. Techniques and Patterns…24. People and their Brains… 128. Network Effects…139. Techniques and Patterns …174. Maps of Book Content …235. The January 2010 Edition of Working Smarter was released today.

Future of the Workforce

Learningtogo

The human species has faced many disruptive periods before and, so far, we’ve managed to adapt, thanks to the neuroplasticity of our brains. So, a good place to begin is with the human brain and how it learns. Scientists are already working on new ways to maximize the power of the brain to change behavior, learn new skills, form new connections and envision new ideas. Optogenetic devices that can turn neurons on or off by shining different frequencies of light onto the brain.

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Situated Cognition

Clark Quinn

The shift came when Rumelhart & McClelland, in their PDP book, described what became known as neural networks. What gets activated in the brain is not a reliably pure representation, and is strongly affected by the context. That we should ensure that patterns are generated across ‘noise’ so that they’re reliable in the face of the appropriate triggers, despite any accompanying contextual patterns.

Personal processing

Clark Quinn

Yet I require outlining for big scale writing, book chapters or whole books. One of the major appeals of mobile is having versatile digital capabilities, the rote/complex complement to our pattern-matching brains, (I really wanted to call my mobile book ‘augmenting learning’) with us at all times. It makes us more effective. Our brains work in active and reflective modes, and our cognitive augment will similarly complement those needs.

A Brief History of AI

Learningtogo

1763: Mathematician Thomas Bayes develops Bayesian inference, a decision-making technique that becomes adopted for teaching machines (and people) how to make decisions using pattern recognition and predictions based on probability. The original version of the program was so effective that some students nominated Jill for an award for being an outstanding TA. The more we learn about the brain, the more insights we can apply to enhance our AI models. A Brief History of AI.

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Scarcity or Abundance – It’s Your Choice

Learningtogo

Originally documented in cognitive psychology, the scarcity effect is a well-known principle in economics and marketing, used to predict buyer behavior. Our brains can do funny things under stress, and the scarcity effect generates a highly stressful experience. Scarcity Thinking Can Have Long-Term Effects. The temporary effects of scarcity thinking often go away once the crisis is over, but what if you’re living under scarcity as a way of life?

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A Look Back At The Years Best From Learning Science And Instructional Design

Mike Taylor

In this TedxNashville talk on the science of learning, Ulrich Boser ( @ulrichboser ) shares some insights about learning how to learn and the three skills of the “new smart”: metacognition, patterns, and struggle. This research report, The Truth About Teaching to Learning Styles, and What to Do Instead, by Jane Bozarth ( @JaneBozarth ), explores the concept of teaching to learning styles and its effect on learning outcomes. Battling the Bandwidth of your Brain.

CCK09: Notes on Learning Networks and Connective Knowledge

Experiencing eLearning

The argument, in a nutshell, is that the claims of folk psychology are literally true, that there is, for example, an entity in the mind corresponding to the belief that ‘Paris is the capital of France’, and that this belief is, in fact, what might loosely be called ‘brain writing’ – or, more precisely, there is a one-to-one correspondence between a person’s brain states and the sentence itself. An effective network is desegregated.

Adaptive Learning vs Personalized Learning: A Guide to Both

eLearningMind

It’s effective. Data analytics detects patterns in learning data, identifies learners’ skills and needs and delivers content based on those needs. It has a positive effect on learners. Bloom researched learning methods in the hopes of finding one as effective as tutoring.

The Role of Memory in Learning: Encoding

Obsidian Learning

How we encode information determines how it will be stored and what cues will be effective when we try to retrieve it. The brain does not encode each word by itself, isolated and alone, but creates patterns of words, making the experience more intense and increasing the likelihood that the event is encoded as a memory (Hunt R. Emotion tends to increase attention, and the emotional element of an event takes on an unconscious pathway in the brain.

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Training: Spaced Learning

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

amount of information you'd like to teach quickly and effectively?  Douglas Fields explored how temporal patterns of stimuli create long-term memories. These timed patterns formed the basis for a 2008 book by Paul Kelley called Making Minds , in which Kelley used the information reported by Fields to develop and test what he called the Spaced Learning. part of the brain. easier if the human brain gets a short break.

Instructional Storytelling: How to Use the Hero’s Journey for Training

eLearningMind

It’s the classic storyline pattern from all of your favorite childhood fairytales: hero is introduced; hero encounters trials; hero rises triumphant. Throughout the first book (or movie, if you didn’t make it through J.R.R. Share on facebook. Facebook. Share on twitter. Twitter.

How to Become an Expert or What I Learned from Reading “Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise”

Pract.us

Over the last year, I’ve seen some of Ericsson’s research and learned about his concept of “deliberate practice,” so I was excited to read his new book, Peak: Secrets from the New Science of Expertise , which summarizes much of his work over the years, explains the concept of deliberate practice, and suggests ways that we can use the secrets of experts worldwide to improve our own performance at work or at home. The book is chock full of interesting and surprising research.

LSCon Day 3 recap: Free recourses, performance support, Quinn and Cathy Davidson

Challenge to Learn

Practical principles for developing an effective performance solution. and a ton of cool references to great and interesting books. He started out by asking us how we use our mobile devices to make us more effective and productive. They add training and transfer as phased before sustain, but I do think that if you combine their 5 moments of learning need with this model (Breakdown), you can get even a more detailed and effective model). Find more effective ways.

From Game of Thrones to Adult Learning

Obsidian Learning

More broadly, I’m referring to our minds’ ability to see patterns and create connections with almost anything. Many great thinkers have looked at the grand sweep of storytelling throughout the ages and have come up with as few as three ( Foster-Harris’ 1959 assertion of three basic plot patterns : happy ending, unhappy ending, tragedy) and as many as 20 basic stories. In movies and books we often identify with characters we empathize with. We tell stories – that’s what we do.

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Excerpt from Gadgets, Games and Gizmos for Learning

Kapp Notes

After making strategic decisions, the project is executed and the learner experiences the effects of their actions, mitigating any issues that arise. The use of a fictional world, to avoid offending any specific culture, may seem abstract from reality but the carefully crafted, fictional world is based on the patterns of the real world so the learning transfers. Check out the book!

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3 Myths That Prevent You from Learning

KnowledgeOne

It is important to fight them, not only for the sake of truth but because they can have adverse effects on our perception of ourselves or others. “As for the idea that a cause-and-effect relationship unites some people’s ability to hyper-perform with their supposedly modest sleep needs, Dr. Mayer is clear: “Short sleepers don’t exist in science! Contrary to what we might think, when we sleep, the brain is far from being “at rest” (Rasch et al.,

What Consultants Need to Know About Behavior Change

Pract.us

In his book, Your Brain at Work , David Rock identifies autonomy as one of the basic human needs. When we feel out of control, our brains raise alarms and we go into threat mode. Without that regular compass bearing, they don’t know if their efforts have any effect. In his book, Applied Psychology , E. Our brains work harder than usual to manage new thought patterns, movements, and information.

Is Understanding People Important for eLearning Design?

Enyota Learning

The art and science of designing has recognized behavior patterns of people including their habits and actions in their everyday life. Use of effective images, videos, and content have an important role to play in measuring the overall efficiency of learning programs. Good design forms the foundation of your eLearning courses to create effective learning solutions for your learners. This gives them an effective learning experience. #3

Hook elearners by shattering their expectation

Vignettes Learning

She could refresh the eLearning developers’ knowledge of the essentials of effective story development. Amazon gives this glowing review for Cron’s book: "Imagine knowing what the brain craves from every tale it encounters, what fuels the success of any great story, and what keeps readers transfixed. Each chapter zeroes in on an aspect of the brain, its corresponding revelation about story, and the way to apply it to your storytelling right now."

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Workplace Learning in a World "Beyond Automation"

ID Reflections

Increasingly the human workforce will have to take on the unstructured work that requires skills like judgement, decision making, pattern sensing, emotional intelligence, social intelligence, and more. Unlike what Henry Ford had once said of his employees: “ Why is it every time I ask for a pair of hands, they come with a brain attached? ”, it is imperative for today's workers to bring their heads to hearts to work as well.

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What Consultants Need to Know About Behavior Change

Pract.us

In his book, Your Brain at Work , David Rock identifies autonomy as one of the basic human needs. When we feel out of control, our brains raise alarms and we go into threat mode. Without that regular compass bearing, they don’t know if their efforts have any effect. In his book, Applied Psychology , E. Our brains work harder than usual to manage new thought patterns, movements and information.

‘We need a revolution’ – Clark Quinn on the state of L&D

Sponge UK

His background in brain science and understanding of learning design makes his influential blog, Learnlets , a must-read for anyone hoping to stay informed on industry trends. The other thing is that there are certain things our brains are really good at. We are pattern matchers and meaning makers, but we’re really bad at remembering rote and arbitrary information and doing complex calculations in our head. Clark Quinn has always been ahead of the crowd.

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Q&A with Jeremy Bailenson: Blurring the Line Between Reality and Illusion

CLO Magazine

The lab’s founder, Jeremy Bailenson, director of the Doctoral Program in Communication and professor of communication at Stanford University, recently published a book, “ Experience on Demand ,” which explores the uses and potential of VR based on his more than 20 years of research on the technology’s psychological effects. Bailenson shared his thoughts on VR’s future potential and its effects on the world of learning and development.

The Benefits of Gaming Capacities in Learning

Mindflash

In the book entitled Research-Based Strategies to Ignite Student Learning , by Judy Willis, the author shares: Multiple stimulus means better memory. The more regions of the brain that store data about a subject, the more interconnection there is. Gamers, defined as individuals who play computer or video games, have developed new and distinctive learning capacities.

Step 6: #Sketchnotes: Action, Emotion, Color, and Adornments

NuggetHead

Creator of the famous Beatle Baily cartoon strip, Mort Walker defined these lines in his book, The Lexicon of Comicana as “ INDICIA.”. Similar to Action, effects are extra additions to your sketches to add meaning to sketch or concept. In Mort Walker’s book he refers to these as Emanata. This post is not about color theory but is about how to effectively use color in your sketchnotes.

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How Difficult Conversations Can Lead to Positive Change

Training Industry

In order to define who we are and make sense of the world, humans develop patterns of thinking that they strongly protect. This protective nature constrains the brain, making it difficult for people to objectively examine their thoughts. Ask about what appears to be the underlying fears and needs, logical or not, that are keeping the patterns in place. There has to be mutual respect for the conversation to be effective.