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10 pseudo-scientific myths about learning. Behaviourism Learning styles L/R brain theories Mozart effect Most of Piaget Vygotsky Maslow NLP Kirkpatrick Get a life not a coach. 10 ignored scientific facts about learning. Spaced practice

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10 pseudo scientific myths about learning
10 pseudo-scientific myths about learning

Behaviourism

Learning styles

L/R brain theories

Mozart effect

Most of Piaget

Vygotsky

Maslow

NLP

Kirkpatrick

Get a life not a coach

10 ignored scientific facts about learning
10 ignored scientific facts about learning

Spaced practice

Cognitive overload

Chunking

Order

Episodic & semantic memory

Psychological attention

Context

Media mix

Learn by doing

Peer groups

10 ways to keep courses short
10 ways to keep courses short

Learning objectives

‘Introduction’

Pretty but useless graphics

Text

Audio

Annoying animation

Video

Glossary

Abandon fixed times

Happy sheets

10 ways to massively increase retention
10 ways to massively increase retention
  • Self- rehearsal
  • 2. Take notes
  • 3. Blogging
  • 4. Repetition
  • 5. Delayed assessment
  • 6.Record
  • 7. Spaced e-learning
  • 8. Mobile technology
  • 9. Games
  • 10. Simulations
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recommendations
Recommendations

Kill Kirkpatrick

Customise to decision makers

Customise to decisions

Don’t harvest - sample

Keep it simple

binkerhoff s success case method
Binkerhoff’s Success Case Method
  • Qualitative analysis
  • Find out quickly what's working and what's not
  • Mining for best and worst cases
  • All about IMPACT on organisation
robert stake s responsive evaluation
Robert Stake's Responsive Evaluation
  • Quantitative & qualitative analysis
  • Observe and respond
  • Customise to situation
daniel stufflebeam s cipp model
Daniel Stufflebeam's CIPP Model:

Context ( needs, assets, and problems

within a defined environment)

Input (competing strategies & work plans &

budgets of selected approach)

Process (monitor, document, and assess

program activities)

Product (impact, effectiveness,

sustainability, and scalability)

Decision/Accountability-Oriented Evaluation

(Stufflebeam, 2001, in Evaluation Models)

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