Strong and durable learning can happen without incentives and reinforcements. How do we make the most of that insight? Part One on latent learning.
Here's a quick primer on how xAPI can improve your Performance Support.
How Edward Tolman's experiments shaped our theories of learning.
"Cognitive mapping" might be another useful way to talking about Performance Learning.
We've all heard a lot about "microlearning." What is it, why is it, and does it work?
A quick report of our panel session, conversations, and "Lightning Rounds."
Most of us have heard by now that overuse of digital media has degraded our focus. But perhaps the changes we are observing are behavioral, not cognitive.
We meet some great people, and learn a lot through our work here at Ontuitive.
If an organization needs learners to retain information or concepts for a longer period of time, research indicates there are ways to improve reception and later recall--such as making the learning activity "harder."
If you want to remember something a long time, you are going to have to work for it.
Morris Davis, PhD, is an Associate Professor at Drew University and Senior Learning, Performance, & Design Consultant to Ontuitive. Twitter: @morleydj.