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Using Just 10% of Your Brain? Think Again

Using Just 10% of Your Brain? Think Again | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

Popular neuromyths about how we learn are creating confusion in the classroom... "No, you do not, in fact, use just 10% of your brain, and "learning styles" make no difference in the classroom. Psychology professor Christopher Chabris discusses these and other "neuromyths" with WSJ's Gary Rosen."

 

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Why Social Learning Benefits Your Business

Why Social Learning Benefits Your Business | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it
Social learning is altering the way companies approach onboarding and company-wide education. Here's how it works.

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Another Way to Think about Learning

Another Way to Think about Learning | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

As we industrialized learning and created schools, we needed to measure the system’s efficacy and each child’s progress. What you really want to measure is curiosity, imagination, passion, creativity, and the ability to see things from multiple points of view. But these are hard to measure other than one on one, and even then, the assessment will be subjective. So instead, we measure what a child knows, and from that we infer that the child has learned how to learn. This is the real aspiration we have for our children: learning learning.


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Why "I Don't Know" is Powerful

Why "I Don't Know" is Powerful | KnowledgeManagement | Scoop.it

Unknown is the starting point of learning.  Fail to admint it will keep you out from learning new knowledge.


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