Learners Attention

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Attention And The 8-Second Attention Span

Attention And The 8-Second Attention Span

There is a popular belief that the human attention span has shrunk because of the expanding uses of technology. Some Learning and Development professionals are saying instruction must adapt to this much-lowered attention span. Here’s the problem: The evidence for a lowered attention span is fiction. In this article, I’ll discuss the fictional “research”. Then we’ll discuss what attention is and how it relates to organizational learning.

Attention Span: Technology – Friend Or Foe?

Attention Span: Technology – Friend Or Foe?

Educators should look at technology as a student's friend, not a foe. By taking away a student's cell phone, you lose a teachable moment. A mobile device is a powerful educational tool. Not all students know how much of its value extends beyond social media. Let us talk about attention span and how technology can help rather than harm it.

5 Tricks To Gain A Learner’s Attention

5 Tricks To Gain A Learner’s Attention

eLearning is a new perspective way in tutoring, popular with both adults and younger ones. While teaching, we should always take the age specificities into the account. This article is devoted to 5 essential points that will help to grab a learner’s attention, whether they are adults or children.

Grabbing The Learner’s Attention

Grabbing The Learner’s Attention

You think that designing a visually appealing and compelling training program is enough to glue the learners to their seats? Let us accept the truth: For a learner, our training program is just another training program. He/she will do any or all of the following while taking the training; take calls, chat, check mail, talk to a colleague, wonder how long the training program is going to last, and so on. I am sure everybody has done all these in school/college, so why should our learners be any different? The real world is full of distractions. Thus, it is very important to be able to grab the learner’s attention.