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The cognitive basis of LXD

Clark Quinn

This is because LXD, to me, encompasses three things, all based on cognitive science. So here I’d like to make the case why I think that there’s a cognitive basis of LXD. Each one of those three things, then, has a cognitive underpinning. The post The cognitive basis of LXD appeared first on Learnlets.

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Learning and Cognitive Load

B Online Learning

In a previous post, I looked at the fundamentals of cognitive load theory. Adult Learning Principles eLearning Design eLearning Development eLearning Strategy adult learning principles design elearning eLearning content eLearning course design eLearning strategy instructional design online learning rapid eLearning'

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Cognitive Theory of eLearning

B Online Learning

The post Cognitive Theory of eLearning appeared first on B Online Learning. The aim of learning is to close the knowledge gaps that people have and to ultimately improve their performance. When it comes to eLearning, the challenge is how to best […].

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The (Post) Cognitive Perspective

Clark Quinn

I’m deeply steeped in the cognitive sciences, owing to a Ph.D. in cognitive psych. Fortuitively, this was at the time my advisor was creating the cognitive science program (and more). Yet I also have a fair bit of empirical evidence that taking a cognitive perspective accomplishes things that are hard to do in other ways.

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Agile Microlearning Explained

Cognitive science theories already supply the answers. Learner engagement and retention doesn’t have to be a mystery. Learn how OttoLearn packages them into a single platform you can use to deliver microlearning based reinforcement training, and go beyond completions to focus on outcomes.

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Learner Engagement: Behavioral, Cognitive, & Affective

Experiencing eLearning

However, we can also support the cognitive and affective dimensions of engagement. Cognitive engagement. Cognitive engagement can be defined as “mental effort and thinking strategies.” Elearning often doesn’t measure or encourage much beyond shallow cognitive engagement. Behavioral engagement.

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What Is Cognitive Overload?

eLearning Industry

This is called "cognitive overload" and is quite common with online courses or any other form of learning. How then should L&D design online trainings to reduce the cognitive load for learners? Sometimes, you feel saturated and you can’t take in any more information. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

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Brain Fog HQ: Memory Enhancement Techniques for Professional Development

Speaker: Chester Santos – Author, International Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach, Corporate Trainer, Memory Expert, U.S. Memory Champion

At worst, your performance and cognitive functions are impaired, resulting in memory, management, and task completion problems. In October, scientists discovered that 75% of patients who experienced brain fog had a lower quality of life at work than those who did not. At best, brain fog makes you slower and less efficient.

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Drips, Bots, and Blogs: A Non-Traditional Approach to Learning Reinforcement

Speaker: Shannon Tipton, Chief Learning Officer, Learning Rebels LLC

Begin to write conversational content that addresses learning outcomes, avoiding content bloat and cognitive overload. Analyze the different use-cases between three different learning reinforcement drip delivery platforms to build into your content designs. Apply drip feeds in your organization to enhance outcomes. Save your seat today!

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Leveraging Learner Variability to Elevate Equity in EdTech

Speaker: Vic Vuchic, Chief Innovation Officer & Executive Director, Learner Variability Project

Learner variability recognizes the uniqueness of each learner; not just in cognitive skills, but in social-emotional considerations, and student background factors. If you look at this scene with an understanding of learner variability, you’ll know that this is a design challenge, not a student problem. And design challenges can be solved.