Five Creative Ideas For Your Explainer Video

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We share 5 creative ideas with you that will inject a original element into your explainer video to make it stand out amongst the rest! Using a one-liner is one of the creative ideas we suggest you to implement in order to immediately grab the viewers’ attention.

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Work as Improv Theater: Teaching the Right-Brained Learner.

Dashe & Thomson

Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Work as Improv Theater: Teaching the Right-Brained Learner by Jon on January 11, 2011 in Informal Learning , social learning The idea that right brained thinkers will dominate business in the coming century has been gaining momentum since it was first popularized several years ago by Dan Pink in his bestselling book A Whole New Mind.

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Five Creative Ideas For Your Explainer Video

mysimpleshow

We share 5 creative ideas with you that will inject a original element into your explainer video to make it stand out amongst the rest! Using a one-liner is one of the creative ideas we suggest you to implement in order to immediately grab the viewers’ attention.

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8 Reasons Why Refresher Training Is a Good Idea

LearnDash

Our brains are very efficient at dumping information we don’t need, and the best way we have of showing our brain that that information is still useful is by using it. The idea behind it is that you should prioritize tasks that are urgent and important first while avoiding tasks that are both unimportant and also not urgent. They say that the best way to learn is to teach. The post 8 Reasons Why Refresher Training Is a Good Idea appeared first on LearnDash.

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Marshall Goldsmith Reviews Brain Matters Book by Margie Meacham

Learningtogo

If you look at Brain Matters: How to help anyone learn anything using neuroscience on Amazon, you’ll soon see a new design on the back cover, thanks to a truly wonderful endorsement from my colleague and friend, #1 Coach, Marshall Goldsmith. Dr. Goldsmith served as our keynote speaker at our Brain Matters online conference in 2015 and he’s one of our most popular guests on our top-rated podcast.

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How to Teach Music Online & Monetize Your Skills (Guide)

learnWorlds

Then you have to stop depending on your physical location and start teaching music online. Here’s what we’re covering: How teaching music online works. 2 How to Teach Music Online: 6 Steps. 3 What Music Lessons Can You Teach Online? 5 Teach Music Online With LearnWorlds.

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Microlearning and the Brain

CLO Magazine

Microlearning is more accurately defined as: An approach to learning that conveys information about a single, specific idea in a compact and focused manner. The information would be presented in two to three minutes and would convey a single idea with as few “extras” as possible. Microlearning offers an ideal approach for engaging the cognitive skills learning system in the brain. Brain Science of People Skills Learning.

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The Brain Science of Keeping Resolutions

Learningtogo

Let’s look at the performance improvement process through the lens of New Year’s resolutions and see what neuroscience can teach us to make both more successful. 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. It turns out that health and lifestyle choices have a significant effect on the brain’s ability to change.

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MOOCs, Games, and the Brain

Your Training Edge

What’s worse, many companies do not systematically analyze these ROIs, so they really have no idea what they are getting for their training dollars. Part of the problem is that the traditional models of education and training aren’t brain-friendly, meaning that they are completely removed from how people actually learn. Here are some ways MOOCs promote brain-friendly training programs: No more long boring lectures. Our brains are not built to memorize; they are built to do.

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Teach Your Members How to Build a Learning Habit

WBT Systems

As behavioral scientists learn more about the brain, their findings on habit development have been the basis of countless articles in traditional and digital media. Our brains turn routines into habits to save energy and be efficient. Before long, without thinking, your brain will go into automatic mode and you’ll start reading as soon as you pour that coffee. The post Teach Your Members How to Build a Learning Habit appeared first on WBT Systems.

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The Brain Science of Keeping Resolutions

Learningtogo

Let’s look at the performance improvement process through the lens of New Year’s resolutions and see what neuroscience can teach us to make both more successful. 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. It turns out that health and lifestyle choices have a significant effect on the brain’s ability to change.

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Your Lazy Brain – Finding the Path of Least Resistance

Learningtogo

Basically, the idea is that our brains naturally look for the easiest path to our destination, so over time users of a system will show the designers where the formal pathways should be. It turns out that your brain isn’t just looking at the easiest path in the physical world; it is constantly creating a backup plan for every tiny decision you make, all day long. The learning professional needs to be aware of this hard-wired behavior in the brain and prepare for it.

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The Top Trending Course Topic Ideas in 2020

learnWorlds

Do you want to teach online and start your online course business? P.S.: We have a guide on how you can teach english online. You can use the same advice for teaching any other language too!

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How Animation Affects Children’s Brains

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But how exactly does animation affect children’s brains? The human brain has a short delay in processing the images, which results in the illusion that images are in motion, creating a moving image. How Animation Affects Children’s Brains The child’s imagination is nourished by images and audiovisual exposure that promotes imagination. Here’s some information about what happens in your brain when you hear a good story.

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Podcast: Dr. Greg Gage – Backyard Brains – Neuroscience for Everyone!

Learningtogo

Greg Gage is a neuroscientist, biomedical engineer, co-founder of Backyard Brains , and TED Fellow. We talked about his exciting project to create a community of amateur neuroscientists, his plan to teach a generation of kids to think like a scientist and the complexity of the brain in this fun and fascinating conversation. Don’t miss his TED Talks and check out Backyard Brains. TED Talk: How to Control Someone Else’s Arm With Your Brain.

The Flipped Learning Revolution — Coming to a Brain Near You?

Dashe & Thomson

Essentially, the idea is to upend the traditional teaching model of classroom lecture followed by personal practice at home. As Daniel Pink writes in an article for The Telegraph , the flipped classroom is so intuitive that when you hear about it “you want to slap your forehead at the idea’s inexorable logic.” If you’ve got any ideas, let me know! One of the concepts in training that has taken the biggest strides this year has been that of the “flipped classroom.”

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It’s Time for Brain-Aware Leadership

Learningtogo

I also recruited several guests you’ll be hearing soon on our podcast, including neuroscientists Dr. Art Kohn , leadership consultant Dr. Denise Hummel , brain-based video expert Steve Haskin , leadership development expert Katie Stroud and other exciting colleagues. Developing Real-World Experience Using Brain Science. In a nutshell, the model takes advantage of brain processes to develop leaders through: Teaching them how to learn more deeply.

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Teaching with Screencasts and Rapid Prototyping

TechSmith Camtasia

Back in my teaching days, we had a ninth hour elective class where students could take classes like computer repair, plumbing, ceramics, or guitar. In essence, as teachers, we got to teach classes based on our own hobbies. Our brains can handle a limited number of inputs to complete a task. It’s important to teach syntax standards and proper formatting, but when I have them experimenting with ideas, the structure of the whole document isn’t nearly as important.

Your Online Teaching Dream Team - Pick their brains HERE!

E-Learning Acupuncture

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you could meet with an online distance teacher “dream-team” and pick their brains about the broad topic of interpersonal interaction in online learning? With a combined 68+ years of experience teaching online, please allow me to present your dream-team: Zane Berge (University of Maryland, Baltimore County).

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How to be prepared for online teaching and how to overcome potential difficulties

Educraft.tech - Technology meets Education

Teaching Difficulties. During it, they can exchange educational material, opinions and ideas. Whether in synchronous or asynchronous teaching, there are undoubtedly a number of problems that may need to be addressed. Teaching difficulties.

How Brain Science is Driving the Evolution of Corporate Learning

Axonify

A few weeks ago, we gave you a sneak peak into one of the responses we planned to share at our ATD Conference panel discussion on May 17, entitled Brain Science and the Evolution of Corporate Learning. Dr. Alice Kim: A lot of the recent work on learning and memory has been made possible by learning technology, specifically neuroimaging techniques that allow scientists to record images of brain activity while people are performing certain tasks. Brain based learning Learning Trends

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How to make brain-friendly learning that sticks (Expert interview)

Elucidat

What does it take to make brain-friendly learning? Stella offers six key ways you can work with the brain to help make learning stick, all wrapped up in the useful (and brain friendly) acronym: LEARNS. Learning design: meet brain science. Learning Psychologist Stella Collins knows a thing or two about making brain-friendly learning. In the past, a lot of people have had theories and models about how to teach. It’s basic brain science.

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Brain Rules for Learning: Who Knew? We All Did. | Social Learning Blog

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Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Brain Rules for Learning: Who Knew? by Andrea on April 15, 2011 in Classroom Learning , Informal Learning , Training Development , blended learning , eLearning , social learning Recently, I was lucky enough to attend a keynote speech by Dr. John Medina on his book Brain Rules at the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions 2011 conference.

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The Brain Science Behind Scenario-Based Microlearning

CLO Magazine

From a learning science perspective — the marriage of psychology and brain science — the goal of corporate learning and development platforms is lofty. Microlearning is an approach to learning whose goal is to convey information about a single, specific idea in a compact and focused manner with few extras. Microlearning offers an ideal approach for training hard skills because it effectively recruits the cognitive skills learning system in the brain (see schematic below).

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Brain science for learning: 10 experts to follow

Sponge UK

Cognitive science (often called brain science) is an exciting field of study that covers many disciplines. We’ve curated a list of ten ‘brain science experts’ for learning, including neuroscientists, psychologists and learning leaders who reference research-backed techniques. Whether you’re starting out with brain science or updating your current list of ‘go-to’ gurus, this list has something for everyone. Read: Brain rules Watch: How does the brain work?

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The Brain Science Behind Scenario-Based Microlearning

CLO Magazine

From a learning science perspective — the marriage of psychology and brain science — the goal of corporate learning and development platforms is lofty. Microlearning is an approach to learning whose goal is to convey information about a single, specific idea in a compact and focused manner with few extras. Microlearning offers an ideal approach for training hard skills because it effectively recruits the cognitive skills learning system in the brain (see schematic below).

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What can Hollywood teach you about making your Elearning AWESOME?

eLearning Brothers

What can Hollywood teach you about making your eLearning AWESOME? Save some brain cells and skip to the closing credits and … Voilà! My wife has benefited from this most as I consult the Hair/Makeup & Wardrobe departments for gift ideas. The post What can Hollywood teach you about making your Elearning AWESOME? Part 1 of 3. Ever wondered why movies are so expensive? Ever sit through the credits at the end of a movie?

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Computational Thinking in Teaching and Learning

TechSmith Camtasia

The idea of computational thinking has radically changed my approach to teaching over the past few years. This term, first coined by Jeannette Wing , a professor of computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, refers to several key ideas of thinking that are essential to computer science. The paper clearly identifies the reality that there are some tasks that computers do extremely well, and others that are better suited to the human brain.

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Eclipsed – How the Great Eclipse of 2017 May Have Changed Our Brains Forever

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I had a half-baked plan spinning in my brain that involved breaking Kathy out of the hospital in the middle of the night, but luckily, sanity prevailed and we avoided our first obstacle.). This turned out to be a very good idea, as most eclipse pilgrims relied on the press to tell them where to go – causing a massive rush to reach Carbondale at all costs. I hope an army of teachers re-committed to teaching the scientific method and found renewed hope in their mission.

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8 Employee Engagement Ideas that get actual off-the-charts results

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Imagine the benefits countless of businesses are missing out on by not executing employee engagement ideas. In this post, we’ll share 8 employee engagement ideas that can make a difference. Instead, we’ll be offering ideas for long-lasting engagement that starts at the pre-interview stage and continues well into the employee lifecycle. Nothing will hijack your best employee engagement ideas faster than giving your people poor tools. Houston, we have a problem.

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5 Teaching techniques that annoy adult learners

Matrix

More often than not, e-learning instructors spend a lot of time on perfecting their courses but forget how to actually teach. And that’s why they shouldn’t be surprised if their learners find their teaching style outdated, not engaging and sometimes downright annoying. Make sure to follow these 5 teaching techniques if you want to annoy your adult learners: 1.

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Train the Brain to Eliminate Racism

CLO Magazine

Steven Stosny, founder of CompassionPower, said it is possible to train our brains to eliminate racist behaviors, thereby helping to make the workplace more accepting, diverse and amicable, one brain at a time. He spoke to Chief Learning Officer about some of the book’s ideas, and offered advice on how to train the brain to become workplace-friendly and eliminate racist behaviors. Kuzel : What is the “toddler brain”? Kuzel : What is the “adult brain”?

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A List of Brain-based Strategies to Create Effective eLearning

SHIFT eLearning

There is a simple way to design effective eLearning courses about any subject: brain-based learning. This instructional approach was defined by Hileman in 2006 and has since inspired many “brain compatible designers” — those who seek to understand the principle and reasoning behind their teaching. The idea behind the concept is that learning is innate and linked to biological and chemical processes in the human brain. B: Brain’s Time Clock.

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Learning Styles, Brain-Based Learning, and Daniel Willingham

Clark Quinn

I’d been pointed to Dan Willingham ’s video on brain based learning, and in pointing it to someone else, found his one on learning styles. My point has been that the learning styles instruments are broken, though the idea makes sense in that it helps teachers/instructors be sensitized to individual learner differences. He also goes on about brain-based learning, and talks about how most of it (95%) doesn’t make sense.Â

Your Brain Prefers Interactive Stories: Not Lectures

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What happens to the brain when it's exposed to an effective interactive story experience? These emotions and ideas are now positively associated with their brand, and makes the brand more appealing. This philosophy works because as we learned about Positive Stories , touching the emotional core of people increases their sense of involvement, memory, and makes them more receptive to ideas and learning.

8 New Ideas for Engaging Online Students

WBT Systems

If you don’t have these resources, check out: Coursera’s Learning to Teach Online course. Arizona State University’s resources for teaching online. #2: For example, you may think students will enjoy group projects, but find out they actually dread the idea. #3: Engage learners’ brains by using a mix of content delivery methods—video, text, audio, and presentations. The post 8 New Ideas for Engaging Online Students appeared first on WBT Systems.

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

Adobe Captivate

Chapter 1: “ Learning: From Speculation to Science ,” from How People Learn: Brain, Mind, Experience, and School , by Bransford, Brown, and Cocking. In the past, there was less focus on the teaching of critical thinking skills, as well as the abilities to express concepts persuasively, and solve problems requiring complex thought. Using new teaching methods will help instructors connect with those who were once considered “difficult” students.