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5 Brain-Based Approaches to Increase Retention

Thursday, August 8, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Marjorie Meacham, Chief Freedom Officer

The moment they complete a course, each learner faces a crucial point of divergence. They will follow one of two tracks–learning or forgetting. The success or failure of your learning design depends on what happens in the minutes, days, and weeks after the learning experience is completed.

In this interactive session you’ll learn:

  • Why learning (and forgetting) actually begins the minute your course ends.
  • How the spacing effect can keep your audience on the learning curve and off the forgetting curve.
  • The five biggest mistakes that propel learners down the forgetting curve.
  • How the 80/20 rule affects instruction design.
  • The power of a Just Noticeable Difference (JND) to change behavior.
  • How to avoid learner burnout by understanding the Law of Diminishing Returns.


 

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Presenter

Marjorie Meacham
Marjorie Meacham

Chief Freedom Officer

Margie Meacham is an adult learning expert with a master of science in learning technologies and more than 15 years of experience in the field. A self-described scholar-practitioner, she collaborates with like-minded instructional designers to find practical applications of neuroscience to instructional design. Currently Margie teaches the ATD Essentials of Brain-Based Learning course. You can follow her on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter or visit her website at LearningToGo.info.


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