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How We Learn and How Much We Remember

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“Seeing is believing, doing is knowing.” – Neil Beyersdorf

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How We Learn and How Much We Remember

  1. 1. 100% 90% 70% 50% 40% 30% 10% Participate in the Activity Simulate the Activity Teach the Activity Watch Demonstration Watch Moving Pictures View Pictures Hear Words 20% Read “Seeing is believing, doing is knowing.” – Neil Beyersdorf Infographic published by Neil Beyersdorf linkedin.com/in/neilbeyersdorf How We Learn and How Much We Remember I see and I forget. I hear and I remember. I do and I understand.” – Confucius “
  2. 2. Doing Receiving/ Participating Visual Receiving Verbal Receiving 90% of what we SAY and DO 10% of what we READ 70% of what we SAY 50% of what we HEAR and SEE Dale Edgar’s Cone of Learning Infographic published by Neil Beyersdorf linkedin.com/in/neilbeyersdorf I see and I forget. I hear and I remember. I do and I understand.” – Confucius Nature of InvolvementTendency to Remember PassiveActive Reading 20% of what we HEAR Hearing 30% of what we SEE Looking at Pictures Watching a Movie Looking at an Exhibit Watching a Demonstration Seeing it Done on Location Participating in a Discussion Giving a Talk Doing a Dramatic Presentation Simulating the Real Experience Doing the Real Thing “Seeing is believing, doing is knowing.” – Neil Beyersdorf “ 30% of what we SEE Looking at Pictures Watching a Movie Looking at an Exhibit Watching a Demonstration Seeing it Done on Location Participating in a Discussion Giving a Talk Doing a Dramatic Presentation Simulating the Real Experience Doing the Real Thing

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