Do you know how your memory works? What makes it easy to get things into your brain, remember those things, and use that information when needed? And how can you do that for people you’re designing workshops for? Easy. Use these six tips, based on how our memories work, to help you … [Read more...] about Six things to help you design a training that will actually be remembered
Training & development learning well July blog post round up
If you didn't catch all the posts this month simply peruse & click what's below. Here's the Rock.Paper.Scissors' monthly training & development round up for the month of July. Learn well in the training & development learning well. Dive deep into the learning well or take a small sip. … [Read more...] about Training & development learning well July blog post round up
Push for drama – the role of drama in learning & memory
Watching the unwitting people's responses to the drama is almost as funny as the drama itself in the video below. Do we need more drama? Certainly drama captures our attention - like pigeons, with their notoriously bad eyesight, who subsequently bob their heads back & forth to create movement … [Read more...] about Push for drama – the role of drama in learning & memory
Are you a sieve or a sponge?
We see what we expect to see. The Heath Brothers, in their fantastic book Made to Stick, talk about our minds being like a sieve as opposed to a sponge - that to remember something it has to be big enough, memorable enough, sticky enough to get caught in the sieve. My sieve got stuck when I … [Read more...] about Are you a sieve or a sponge?