Monthly Archives: May 2011

Learning Happens Even When Training Doesn’t

We can’t help ourselves – learning happens no matter what. It’s a natural part of being human. We are in a constant state of learning, changing, adapting, assimilating, experiencing, remembering, and accessing and using previously acquired information and skills. Even … Continue reading


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Learning and Forgetting Curves: Best Practices for Creating High-Impact, High-ROI Training

I just viewed an incredibly insightful video by Dr. Will Thalheimer, PhD, who studies,  researches, and teaches best practices in training and development, learning, and instructional design. It’s a “must see” if you have any interest in creating or facilitating … Continue reading

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