Science Of Learning Summit

We're able to shift performance when we have a better understanding of how people learn, their motivations, their barriers, and abilities. Explore the research that will help you create impactful learning experiences.
Dates 15 May 2019 8:00 am (UTC -7) 16 May 2019 2:00 pm (UTC -7)
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Science Of Learning Summit - What Does The Science Say About How We Can Drive Peoples' Performance?

When you understand how learning happens, your ability to create effective learning increases. With the influx of technology, new approaches, and strategies bombarding us today, we can lose sight of the deeper understanding of how, where, and when learning happens.

The Science of Learning Summit will explore the research on how people learn and then apply those new skills in the workplace.

Here's what you will learn:

  • A stronger understanding of your audience, including what motivates them
  • How to remove your audience's barriers to acquiring and applying new knowledge
  • Strategies to improve practice and performance
  • And more!

This Summit aims to make the research practical by looking at how you can apply it into your own work.

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Explore the sessions:

  • The Cognitive Foundations of Learning: From Neural to Useful - Clark Quinn
  • Eavesdropping on Other Research Domains - Julie Dirksen
  • Best Strategies for Reducing Cognitive Load - Connie Malamed
  • How Affective Neuroscience is Upsetting Educational Convention - Nick Shackleton-Jones
  • Designing for Memory - Patti Shank
  • Evidence-Informed Learning Experience Design  - Mirjam Neelen
  • An Evidence-based Approach to Games and Gamification for Learning - Karl Kapp
  • The Truth About Learning Styles, And What To Do Instead - Jane Bozarth

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