Past Event: eLearning Guild Online Forums: What’s Hot, What’s Not (Dec 16 & 17, 2015)

I’m Speaking at “What’s Hot, What’s Not” online forum from the eLearning Guild

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The eLearning profession is constantly changing, and there always seems to be a Next Big Thing promising better, faster, cheaper. The Online Forum eLearning Trends: What’s Hot, What’s Not, on December 16 & 17, will explore several of the top trending approaches and technologies for learning, giving you valuable insight to plan for the new year and beyond. I’ll be speaking about Using Neuroscience to Enhance Learning and Performance on Thursday, December 17.

post-whats-hot-topicIn this session, you will learn the basics of the practical applications of neuroscience to enhance learning and performance, how to integrate the best practices for brain-based design and delivery into your learning programs, and how to use the brain-aware toolkit of templates and resources to enhance your next learning project. Once you understand how the brain works, you can use the brain’s attention, engagement, encoding, and retrieval processes to create learning that is more effective, takes less time to produce, and delivers more lasting results because the learning experiences you enable will teach the brain the way the brain wants to learn.

Two Ways to Attend:

 1 Register for this Online Forum and get access to the live event, plus the recordings of all 10 sessions, for 12 full months.
—OR—
 2 Become an eLearning Guild Member-Plus and get access to ALL Online Forums—the live events plus the 1,000-session archive—for 12 full months.

Are you coming? Let’s connect

Please let me know if you’re coming to this event so I can make a point of looking for you online during the two-day online conference.

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