8 Proven Techniques To Increase Learning Behavior Using Neuroeducation

Want to have your learners competences reinforced and heightened so they can use what you taught them right back into their day-to-day, on-the-job tasks to ultimately increase productivity? Alas. Researchers and scientists give you neuroeducation.

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Information Processing Basics: How The Brain Processes Information

The brain is often likened to a processor. A complex computing machine that takes raw data and turns it into thoughts, memories, and cognitions. However, it has its limits, and Instructional Designers must know the boundaries before they can create meaningful eLearning courses. In this article, I'll explore how the brain works, from its basic biological and memory functions to its ability to process information. I'll also share 3 tips to help you create an eLearning course design that facilitates knowledge absorption and assimilation.

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Information vs Knowledge: 7 Tips To Transform Information Into Knowledge In eLearning

We often use the terms "information" and "knowledge" interchangeably. While they do share a symbiotic relationship, there are distinct differences that have an impact on eLearning experiences. In this article, I'll explain the difference and I'll share 7 tips for transforming information into knowledge in eLearning in order to facilitate knowledge transfer and retention.

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7 Neuroscience Fundamentals For Instructional Designers

We tend to focus on motivation, emotions, and behaviors when we design eLearning courses. All of these elements have one thing in common: they are all based on neuroscience; the study of how the brain absorbs and assimilates information on a chemical and biological level. In this article, I'll share 7 neuroscience fundamentals that every Instructional Designer should know.

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Optimizing eLearning Experiences: 6 Human Traits To Consider

Every online learner is unique. They come from different walks of life, and have different life experiences. But there are a few key similarities that they all have in common. In this article, I'll highlight 6 basic human traits for optimizing every eLearning experience.

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3 Tips To Apply The Cognitive Dissonance Theory In eLearning

Attitude, behavior, and beliefs are all key concerns that eLearning professionals should consider when designing eLearning courses. In this article, I’ll explain 3 key principles of the Cognitive Dissonance Theory, and I'll share 3 tips on how to apply it in your next eLearning course.

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Self-Fulfilling Prophecy In eLearning

One huge obstacle in education since the beginning of time is the self-fulfilling prophecy. This prophecy is problematic for teachers as well as students. Here is how eLearning can minimize its negative effects on academic performance, and maybe even use the prophecy to its own advantage.

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