There are a range of theories that inform the design of effective learning experiences, ranging from behaviour change to cognitive psychology.
One school of thought behind learning efficacy that is gaining traction in both research and practice is neuroscience - where we consider the way the brain functions in designing learning experiences. That is, learning is more impactful when we harness the structure and mechanics of the brain.
Neuroscientists are starting to map the brain to show how people learn and the range of factors that influence learning. By understanding learning as a physical process, content creators and trainers can leverage the brainpower of their audiences to create more effective instructional materials.
That’s why Go1 has partnered with How Too, who are experts in human-centric learning design. How Too helps organisations and educators turn their content into engaging online experiences through proven (and beautiful!) digital learning templates. They’re here to break down the jargon of neuroscience and learning, and outline the very best learning practices as backed by science.
In this paper, they analyse and explain the role our brain plays in impacting the way we learn, and what learning methodologies are best to make sure we are retaining content as effectively as possible. The whitepaper was written for anyone who has knowledge to share, and is passionate about making that knowledge engaging and memorable to learn.
Download this free whitepaper to discover how to embed the principles of neuroscience and human-centric learning design into your content creation.