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This Week in Corporate Learning: Learning Science

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This week, we take a look at what’s being talked about in the realm of learning science—how we can use it to inform delivery, improve technology, and enhance experiences.

Better Science for Better Learning: Guided Practice

Practice is an important part of many training programs, but is all practice effective? The short answer—no. To boost impact, learners have to be able to practice on their terms, and experiences need to be framed in ways that will grab their attention.

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Better Science for Better Learning: Mastery Modeling

Mastery modeling is a commonly talked about and often misunderstood topic that—when done right—can have meaningful and lasting results for individuals and organizations.

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Integrating the Science of How We Learn into Education Technology

For more than a century, researchers have been working to understand how we as humans learn and remember. These findings and principles can be used to inform the technology we create, making it that much more powerful.

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How to Apply Social Learning to Online Training

Social learning can help maximize the impact of learning programs—drawing learners’ attention to key objectives, building knowledge in key areas, ensuring they can demonstrate their understanding, and motivating them by recognizing accomplishments and rewarding success.

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