Shirley Raybuck
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Principles for Brain-Friendly Learning

The case for designing learning aligned with the brain’s biology is strong. The L&D industry needs less ineffective learning. Learning professionals can apply research-based principles to increase the stickiness of learning. In this issue of TD at Work, Dana Alan Koch will:

  • Provide an overview of the brain as it relates to learning.
  • Explain the eight principles of durable learning.
  • Give suggestions on creating a culture of durable learning.
  • Describe the learner’s role in learning durability as they learn to learn.

The Tools & Resources in this issue are a Durable Learning Rubric, a set of Questions to Increase Durability, and a Reflection as a Retrieval Practice Form.

About the Author
Dana Alan Koch leads Accenture’s Institute for the Applied Learning Sciences, which studies cognitive, technological, and social aspects of learning. The team drives learning innovation in immersive technologies, gaming strategies, artificial... Read More
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