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[COVER STORY] Learning Design for Every Mind A B Y J U L I E W I N K L E G I U L I O N I A N D K A R E N V O L O S H I N THOSE WHO DEVELOP OR DELIVER EFFECTIVE TRAINING APPRECIATE — AND ACCOMMODATE — THE EIGHT NEURODEVELOPMENTAL CONSTRUCTS OR CAPABILITIES THAT ENABLE OR INHIBIT LEARNING SUCCESS. s workplace learning professionals, we’ve all wondered at times why some learners struggle to pay attention while others are myopically focused. Some love to talk while others keep to themselves. And many pale at the term “role play.” These reactions are usually chalked up to learning styles, personality differences or even resistance to change. How about turning to science for some answers? TrainingIndustry Quarterly, Fall 2010 / A Training Industry, Inc. ezine / 15

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2010

Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2010
From Where I Sit
Training Industry Top 20
At the Editor’s Desk
The Training Associates
Winning Organizations Through People
Learning Technologies
Knowledge Pool
Performance & Productivity
Kaplan It Learning
Learning Design for Every Mind
Rapid Intake
The New Era of Mobile Learning
The Essential Tension: Developing Leaders around the Globe
Manager Engagement: Reducing Scrap Learning
Partnering For Performance Conference
CASEBOOK: American Bankers Association
FOCAL POINT: The Right Stuff: Engaging Learners
Closing Arguments
Delta College Corporate Services

Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2010