Webvent

Millennials, Goldfish, and Other Training Misconceptions: Learning Myths Debunked

Thursday, May 24, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Clark Quinn, Executive Director, Quinnovation

Learning and development, like any other field, needs to operate on a professional basis. In this case, that means operating on what we know about how people think, work, and learn. It should not mean operating on false premises, flawed logic, and without conceptual clarity. And yet we see the persistence of mistaken beliefs in our products and practices. It’s time to get clear on what’s real and what’s flawed. In this webcast, based on the new book Millennials, Goldfish & Other Misconceptions, we’ll talk about what a good scientific basis is, where we go wrong, and what we should be doing. We’ll skewer a few of the more popular myths, and give you a basis to proceed that’s based upon research, not hype.

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Clark Quinn
Clark Quinn

Executive Director, Quinnovation

Clark Quinn, PhD, has been helping organizations deliver strategic learning technology solutions for more than three decades. Clark combines a deep background in the learning sciences with broad experience in technology applications, which he applies to the corporate, government, education, and nonprofit sectors. He's the author of Engaging Learning: Designing E-Learning Simulation Games, Designing mLearning: Tapping Into the Mobile Revolution for Organizational Performance, and The Mobile Academy: mLearning for Higher Education. Clark supports learning experience architecture through Quinnovation, as well as organizational learning strategy with his work as a principal in the Internet Time Alliance.


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