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Kevin Gumienny
The Brainy
Way to Better
Training
Science of
learning
Because
science is cool.
What
does elearning look
like, anyway?
Why
do we train
people?
Why
do people take
training?
What
do our learners
need?
Memory
Transfer
Motivation
Spaced Repetition
Interleaving
Testing
Memory
Spaced Repetition
Interleaving
Testing
Memory
Spaced Repetition
Interleaving
Testing
Memory
Spaced Repetition
Interleaving
Testing
Memory
Transfer
Metacognition
Context
Transfer
Metacognition
Context
3/4
of
2/3
cup
Check Your Understanding
After a survey of utility bills, you discover that the building uses
almost as much current in th...
Transfer
Metacognition
Context
1. What (exactly) are you doing?
2. Why are you doing it?
3. How does it help you?
(Can you describe it precisely?)
(How d...
Pre-Knowledge Check
In this module, we’ll discuss how data classification can help protect your organization.
Take a momen...
Motivation
Feedback
Expertise Reversal Effect
Motivation
Feedback
Expertise Reversal Effect
Phase
angle
Apparent power
(volt-amperes)
Reactive power
(volt-amperes
reactive)
True power
(watts)
Power Triangle
Apparen...
Motivation
Feedback
Expertise Reversal Effect
Incorrect
OK
That is incorrect. Please try again.
Correct
OK
That’s right! You’ve selected the correct
response.
Memory
Transfer
Motivation
Annie Murphy Paul
Will Thalheimer
Ruth Clark
Richard E. Mayer
Julie Dirksen
More Information
Because
science is cool.
Kevin Gumienny
kgumienny@microassist.com
Questions?
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation:  The Brainy Way to Better Training
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Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation: The Brainy Way to Better Training

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In this discussion, we’ll explore abstract scientific studies and tie them down to methods, tools, and techniques that will create better elearning—elearning that succeeds because it’s tailored to the way that the brain works. We’ll use practical examples to demonstrate ways in which science can be deftly applied to create training that will change student behavior, enabling them to do what they hadn’t been able to do before.

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Kevin Gumienny ELS 2015 Presentation: The Brainy Way to Better Training

  1. 1. Kevin Gumienny The Brainy Way to Better Training
  2. 2. Science of learning
  3. 3. Because science is cool.
  4. 4. What does elearning look like, anyway?
  5. 5. Why do we train people?
  6. 6. Why do people take training?
  7. 7. What do our learners need?
  8. 8. Memory Transfer Motivation
  9. 9. Spaced Repetition Interleaving Testing Memory
  10. 10. Spaced Repetition Interleaving Testing Memory
  11. 11. Spaced Repetition Interleaving Testing Memory
  12. 12. Spaced Repetition Interleaving Testing Memory
  13. 13. Transfer Metacognition Context
  14. 14. Transfer Metacognition Context
  15. 15. 3/4 of 2/3 cup
  16. 16. Check Your Understanding After a survey of utility bills, you discover that the building uses almost as much current in the winter months as it does in the summer. However, the facility has gas heating. What would be the best first step to solve the problem? Post signs reminding employees to turn off lights when they leave a room. Install data loggers on all fuse boxes. See if the facility has a building automation system.
  17. 17. Transfer Metacognition Context
  18. 18. 1. What (exactly) are you doing? 2. Why are you doing it? 3. How does it help you? (Can you describe it precisely?) (How does it fit into the solution?) (What will you do with the outcome when you get it?)
  19. 19. Pre-Knowledge Check In this module, we’ll discuss how data classification can help protect your organization. Take a moment and reflect: What dangers might result from the lack of data classification? Type your response here, and click submit to see some possibilities. Your response Some possibilities If data leaks, it could lead to the public losing trust in the organization. If data leaks, it could result in criminal or civil penalties. If the information is federally regulated, then a breach might lead to a federal investigation, or even the loss of the right to collect revenue. Submit
  20. 20. Motivation Feedback Expertise Reversal Effect
  21. 21. Motivation Feedback Expertise Reversal Effect
  22. 22. Phase angle Apparent power (volt-amperes) Reactive power (volt-amperes reactive) True power (watts) Power Triangle Apparent power is 140 VA True power is 120 W Here’s a hint: A2 + B2 = C2 Need another? What is reactive power? Submit Here’s a hint: W2 + VAR2 = VA2
  23. 23. Motivation Feedback Expertise Reversal Effect
  24. 24. Incorrect OK That is incorrect. Please try again. Correct OK That’s right! You’ve selected the correct response.
  25. 25. Memory Transfer Motivation
  26. 26. Annie Murphy Paul Will Thalheimer Ruth Clark Richard E. Mayer Julie Dirksen More Information
  27. 27. Because science is cool.
  28. 28. Kevin Gumienny kgumienny@microassist.com Questions?

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