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Feedback improves learners’ self-belief and increases their desire to learn.

When you give learners feedback it improves their self-belief and increases their desire to learn. Under the title “What’s been did and what’s been hid,” that is the eighth of 12 truisms that have influenced how I have been doing my work … Continue reading

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Do you believe in situated learning?

If you separate facts and concepts from the context in which they will use them, learners will simply forget them. Under the title “What’s been did and what’s been hid,” here is the second of 12 truisms that have influenced … Continue reading

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Do people really learn more by doing than by watching and/or listening?

                  Recently I posted an item with the title “What’s been did and what’s been hid.” Here is the first of 12 truisms that have influenced how I have been doing my work as a learning and performance consultant over a … Continue reading

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What’s bin did and what’s been hid

I was never a great fan of the music of the folk singer Donovan, but I admired him for coming up with one of the most eye-catching titles of all time for a debut album. I’ve borrowed it as the … Continue reading

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