Brain Matters Featured in New Video

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He’s given me this beautiful gift – a video he made to recommend my book, Brain Matters: How to help anyone learn anything using neuroscience , to his massive audience online. Please like it on YouTube and share it with your friends. The post Brain Matters Featured in New Video appeared first on Learning To Go. I recently met David Webb , a noted psychology expert.

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Celebrating Brain Awareness Every Day

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Today, much has changed, as neuroscience has increasingly captured the headlines and fueled our imaginations with the possibilities of our own brains. However, a renewed interest in the power of story has grown from our emerging understanding of how the brain responds to stories, experiencing events as though they actually happen. Change Management practices have been dramatically enriched through the understanding of the brain’s reaction to change.

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Podcast: The Spiritual Brain – LearningBinge Instructor Trish O’Connor

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YouTube: Publishing-related videos: [link]. Podcasts brain creative writing God inspirtation journaling learningbinge meditation mindfulness neuroscience retreats spirit spirituality workshops writingAs we know from neuroscience, there is a powerful urge towards spirituality and meaning, even in folks who may not consider themselves to be particularly religious or spiritual. This hard-wiring helps enrich our lives and brings out the best version of ourselves.

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4 Lessons from Digital Learning – How Digital Learning is Transforming Our World and Rewiring our Brains

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So, I found a video on YouTube that showed me how to clear a tiny clog in the filter. Just the thought of enjoying my morning coffee was already sending dopamine to my brain’s reward center. The same brain that can be such a remarkable, proactive learning machine can become lazy and passive – particularly if passivity and conformity are rewarded generation after generation. Your brain is constantly predicting future outcomes and evaluating their likelihood.

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

accessible YouTube tutorials and Netflix-style. to associate that content with the pre-existing schema in their brains, helping them to. content from include: • YouTube • Vimeo • Google Maps • Captivate Want to present words and images that flow. 12 Ways to Get the Most.

Promote Your YouTube Video Like an Expert

TechSmith Camtasia

? ?. So, you’ve created your video for YouTube. All you need to do is upload it to YouTube, and everyone will see it, right? YouTube is an excellent tool for video distribution, but you still need to guide your audience to the video. We talked to some video experts about their secrets to successful YouTube promotion and asked them for the best advice to get started. This is video velocity, and essentially, you’re getting a head start on YouTube.

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

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Instead, instructors can deliver lectures via YouTube as homework, and then spend the next day in class helping their pupils work through sticking-points. Classroom Learning Innovation Video YouTube blended learning elearning innovation instructor-led training video web-based training youtubeOne of the concepts in training that has taken the biggest strides this year has been that of the “flipped classroom.”

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LearningBinge Instructor Trish O’Connor – The Spiritual Brain

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YouTube: Publishing-related videos: [link]. iTunes Podcasts brain creative writing God inspirtation journaling learningbinge meditation mindfulness neuroscience retreats spirit spirituality workshops writingListen to Podcast: [link]. As we know from neuroscience, there is a powerful urge towards spirituality and meaning, even in folks who may not consider themselves to be particularly religious or spiritual.

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How to Add Video (and YouTube) to Your Content Strategy with Andy Crestodina

TechSmith Camtasia

Video gives you better access to the human brain, by turning your audience into viewers instead of readers. “In Andy explained that this type of video is best hosted on YouTube. YouTube is such a powerful engine for discovery. That should be in a much nicer player than YouTube.

Brain science meets social media

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Brain learning is currently a hot topic in the Netherlands amongst learning professionals. They interviewed various scientists and are translating new insights from brain science into practical consequences for organising effective learning situations. We hope to combine insights from brain science with the way you can use social media in learning processes. You may watch the following youtube video. Continuously, new connections are formed in our brain.

What Does Your Brain Learn from Multi-tasking?

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Neuroscience has discovered what psychology long suspected – our brain doesn’t really perform multiple cognitive tasks at the same time. Repeated multi-tasking could even be causing physical damage to your brain. I have no idea how YouTube videos of baby pandas and puppies keep popping up on my screen.). It turns out that our brain actually is working against itself in this case. our brain gives us a little jolt of dopamine as a reward.

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This is Your Brain on eLearning/Online Learning

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eLearning, also known as online learning, isn’t just good for a company’s bottom line; it is also excellent for the human brain. This is Your Brain on eLearning/Online Learning. A brain that regularly participates in online learning is a happy brain. This is good news for a brain because learning delivered over a period of weeks is more likely to be remembered and prevents a person from feeling overwhelmed. Online learning is good for the human brain.

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

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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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Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain

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Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain by Jolene on February 23, 2010 in Wikis In his December Training Magazine article Training in a Web 2.0 My experience is that when implemented and administered effectively, wikis can essentially serve as an institutional knowledge reservoir and stop the brain drain, or at least slow it to a trickle.

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Your Brain Wants To Learn – Feed It!

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Whether you watch a video on YouTube, read the instruction manual, or talk to a friend, the end result is the same: you seek out learning and it makes you happy. Our brains crave information. In a similar way that our bodies need exercise in order to stay fit and healthy, our brains require learning to stay sharp. While the act of learning is certainly beneficial it’s interesting to note that the type of new information we acquire has a varying impact on the brain.

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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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This Week in #TalkTech: Video Storytelling, Brain Games, and Idea Sharing

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Do you think video games could really help combat dementia and strengthen our brains? YouTube is sharing 6,000 minutes of video per minute, mostly because of smart phone users who are capturing short videos at record rates. Do you believe in the power of video games to improve brain power? ” Designed right, video games play a valuable role in improving brain power! Video games may improve brain power in older adults.

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The Ultimate Brain Food: Performance Support | Social Learning Blog

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Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS The Ultimate Brain Food: Performance Support by Jolene on January 21, 2011 in Informal Learning , eLearning , mobile learning , performance support In his blog post Social Learning and the Exobrain , Simon Bostok (prolific and thought-provoking blogger at Hypergogue ), declares: The smart people in learning have been talking about shifting pretty much everything to Performance Support.

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Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain | Social Learning Blog

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Social Learning Blog Training and Performance Improvement in the Real World Home About Bios Subscribe to RSS Using Wikis to Stop Brain Drain by Jolene on February 23, 2010 in Wikis In his December Training Magazine article Training in a Web 2.0 My experience is that when implemented and administered effectively, wikis can essentially serve as an institutional knowledge reservoir and stop the brain drain, or at least slow it to a trickle.

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How Gamers Learn: The Game Player’s Brain

Growth Engineering

If you’ve spent any time at all on YouTube, you’ve probably already noticed that it’s rife with game tutorials. The post How Gamers Learn: The Game Player’s Brain appeared first on Growth Engineering. If you’re embarking on your first game-based learning odyssey, you might be wondering where to start. When moving from a traditional eLearning model to a gamified one, you’ll find that there’s a whole world of learning methods that you’d never even considered before.

Google, YouTube, Fonts, & Influencing People

Big Dog, Little Dog

But Clark and Chalmers set out to convince their readers that the mind is not simply the product of the neurons in our brains, locked away behind a wall of bone. Rather, they argued that the mind is something more: a system made up of the brain plus parts of its environment. He searched for information about the platypus on YouTube. How Google Is Making Us Smarter - Discover Magazine. Where does the mind stop and the rest of the world begin?"

Why You Should Join the #WithCaptions Movement

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So Why Do So Many People WITH Brains Forget To Add This To Their Videos? ” The #WithCaptions hashtag began on December 29, 2014, when the YouTube channel for Glide, a video messaging app, published this video: The video features prominent YouTube content creators speaking or signing the message that adding subtitles makes your content more accessible. YouTube has made it really easy for creators to add closed captioning to their videos.

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Getting Closer to Bond, James Bond « Wonderful Brain

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About RSS Subscribe: RSS feed Wonderful Brain All Things Considered Important in Learning and Design Getting Closer to Bond, James Bond Posted on v, April, 2011 by Rich 0 I don’t believe it’s a secret that information design is gaining traction in the learning world.

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Effective Video Training – Breaking it down

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The combination of video and audio reinforces the content in several different areas of the brain – increasing the likelihood that the material will be stored in long-term memory. She reminds trainers that our brain absorbs information in a fairly linear way. blended learning technology Training Development Uncategorized Video YouTube interactive learning video

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Culture before Content: 3 Steps for Warming Up Your Organization to the Idea of Microlearning

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using a YouTube video to help fix a broken pipe). Brain based learning Continuous learning MicrolearningMicrolearning is a hot topic right now—and for good reason. Providing solutions that align to the science of learning and fit into employees’ regular workflow should get people plenty excited. But, the reality is, not everyone may share your enthusiasm. After all, microlearning isn’t just about making shorter videos.

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Left/Right Brain, ISPI, Working Memory, Newspapers, & Cognitive Dissonance

Big Dog, Little Dog

Split brain behavioral experiments. As a result, his left and right brains no longer communicate through that pathway. It's the Age of the Right Brain. - Although popularized in the 1980s by the artist Betty Edwards in her book "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain," the right-brain-left-brain dichotomy originated with the research of the American biologist Roger W. Those features allow the brain to link successive images together.

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20 free webinars

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Stress, the Brain & Mental Health Hygiene. This webinar presentation, delivered in English, will enable participants to understand the different types of stress, our brain’s response to stress, as well as how to adopt positive mental health hygiene practices.

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12 Brain Rules continue to stir interest with Instructional Designers

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

Medina, author of Brain Rules was the keynote at DevLearn08 and he was outstanding! Learning behavioral theory is one thing, but understanding the specifics of how the brain truly processes environmental stimuli is far more enlightening.IMO. Brain Rules Conversation If you missed the conference and/or still need to read the book, then buy it now and follow along with Clive Shepherd's discussion. 12 Brain Rules - Become a Fan!

The Why and How of Scenario-Based Learning

Experiencing eLearning

If you’re reading this in an RSS reader or email and the video doesn’t appear above, watch it on YouTube instead. Our brains are wired for stories. Even when we sleep, our brains keep telling us stories all night in our dreams.

How short a video?

Jay Cross

Short videos used to be ten minutes long (the limit on a YouTube upload back then). Brain Science The process of Innovation Then five minutes became a long time. Recently I heard people praise two-minute productions. This is 50 seconds. Does it work?

Embracing Innovation in Learning | Social Learning Blog

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12 Brain Rules - Become a Fan! - BrainRules for StoryTellers

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He also did a Google Authors event you can see on Youtube. I was just cruising my long facebook feed and noticed that Laura Kratochvil had shared a video of Dr. John Medina who keynoted DevLearn08 this past November. This video is about 10mins of his presentation on Long-Term memory. Its excellent! I remembering being a little disappointed that Dr. Medina did not have a twitter account, and so I was very happy to become a "fan" of his facebook page. You should too.

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Top Blog Announcement

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The service curates thousands of blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels and websites based on the value of their content and the engagement that content generates across the Internet. Dopamine is your brain’s way of telling you that you’re doing something that supports your survival.

Top Blog Announcement

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The service curates thousands of blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels and websites based on the value of their content and the engagement that content generates across the Internet. In the case of dopamine, it stimulates pleasurable feelings and facilitates memories in the brain’s hippocampus so you can repeat the behaviors that give you so much pleasure. Dopamine is your brain’s way of telling you that you’re doing something that supports your survival.

Drive like an Egyptian

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Be prepared for others to openly (and sometimes harshly) criticise your ideas when you blog, or post your video up to YouTube. And finally, maintain your digital presence, and protect your digital footprint - by engaging your brain before you tweet, post or upload, you will preserve your reputation (and maybe your job) - and your indiscretions won''t come back and rear-end you. blog Cairo driving education Egypt learning self organised learning Twitter wiki YouTube

ID & eLearning Links 4/7/20

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Brain Science: Enable Your Brain to Remember Almost Everything | Learning Solutions Magazine Use memory boosters to reduce how much people forget after training. As I read online, I bookmark resources I find interesting and useful. I share these links periodically here on my blog.

5 Myths About Video Based Learning

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Around 1 billion hours of videos [1] are seen daily on YouTube. It’s like using the YouTube Model and adapting it to the company’s training and development needs, so that employees learn at work the way they learn naturally outside the workplace. From how to tie a shoe lace perfectly to create complex charts in the Excel spreadsheet, you will find the video of the same on the YouTube and other video streaming platforms.

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Scenario-Based Learning in Higher Ed

Experiencing eLearning

One scenario involved high school Spanish students who posted videos of their work on YouTube but received a rude comment. if their person’s mother drank while pregnant, that affected brain development; if the child had poor nutrition, that affected development).

Welcome to Hot Skills Summer

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Learn why our brains aren’t wired to make us happy and what to do about it: Master Your Emotions by Thibaut Meurisse. From dreaming to anxiety disorders, discover how your brain works with this illuminating series.” . Beginning Graphic Design: Typography on Youtube.

Top 3 Reasons Why Video Should be Your Go-To Medium When it Comes to Reaching Your Employees, Prospects and Customers

KZO Innovations

Here’s why: Video makes it easier for our brain to interpret content. When our eyes see text, our brain must decode the characters to letters, the letters to words, and the words to sentences before a message is conveyed. While we all know this process works, it takes additional time for our brain to process; whereas with video, the brain skips the first few steps and goes right to processing the message.

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