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From One Brain to another: π What We’ve Learned About Learning % ?? .com B Y d e i r d r e m . c a m p B e l l M and not necessarily a conscious one. The any traditional approaches to teaching If we want to challenge for academic institutions and training and learning are no longer viable. With the exponential growth of information, teach the braIn organizations is that this process takes time, is the idea that force-feeding the brain more and effIcIently, we different for each person, and frequently needs more knowledge results in more intelligent soluneed to know far more than written instruction to strengthen and solidify the necessary neuronal connections tions to complex problems is neither a sustainhow It works in the brain that constitute learning. Perhaps able expectation for educators nor a supportable these facts alone explain the reticence in adoptone by neuroscientists. Academic institutions and ing neuroscientific principles in education. The good news is that training organizations are beginning to focus instead on a more there are many simple techniques based on basic assumptions of enlightened approach based on some principle findings of neurohow the brain learns that can enhance any learning experience in science, the most obvious of which is that if we want to teach the any environment. brain efficiently, we need to know how it works. In simple terms, learning can be defined as moving data out The inconvenient reality is that the learning process is complex Training Industry Quarterly, Spring 2013 / A Training Industry, Inc. magazine / 35

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2013

Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2013
From Where I Sit: Back to the Basics
Table of Contents
Ad Index
Guest Editor: A Brave New World
Extracting Learning From Work
Poor Behavior: Your Brain is Partly to Blame
How to Design Engaging Training Programs
The Missing Link in Learning
Don't Let Training Be Half-Baked
What the Latest Brain Research Tells Us about Designing Learning that Sticks
Motivation: The Key to Learning Transfer
Improving Learning Outcomes with a Bite-Sized Strategy
Adult Development: Predicting Learning Success
From One Brain to Another: What We've Learned about Learning
Formalizing Informal Learning
Tracking Trends
Tweet Suite
Company News

Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2013