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The Neuroscience of Learning Design

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There is a science when it comes to learning. Dr. Britt Andreatta shares the latest research from top scientists at Harvard, Stanford, University of Wisconsin, and New York University––on how the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system work together to create and retain new knowledge and skills.

More on the neuroscience of learning design: http://www.lynda.com/Higher-Education-tutorials/Neuroscience-Learning/188434-2.html

Publicada em: Design, Educação
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The Neuroscience of Learning Design

  1. The Neuroscience of Learning Design Britt Andreatta, Ph.D. Director of Learning + Development at lynda.com Senior Learning Consultant, LinkedIn
  2. Roadmap Potential Neuroscience of learning Growth mindset 3 phase model Designing learning For copy of full presentation, visit http://www.slideshare.net/lyndadotcom/the-neuroscience-of-learning- design
  3. Sources 25 years of teaching, training and consulting Research by: Richard Davidson, Carol Dweck, Benjamin Bloom, David Kolb, David Rock, Jill Bolte Taylor, Rudolph Tanzi, Daniel Goleman Center for Investigating Healthy Minds (Univ of Wisconsin) Greater Good Science Center (UC Berkeley) NeuroLeadership Institute
  4. How the central nervous system and peripheral nervous system work together to create and retain new knowledge and skills. Neuroscience of Learning
  5. The capacity to become or develop into something in the future. Unrealized ability. Potential
  6. Growth Mindset leads to a desire to learn, so tends to: Believe that skills can always improve with hard work See effort as a path to mastery and therefore essential Embrace challenges and see them as opportunity to grow See feedback as useful for learning and improving Views setbacks as a wake-up call to work harder next time Find lessons and inspiration in the success of others As a result, they reach ever-higher levels of potential and performance. Fixed Mindset leads to a desire to look good, so tends to: Believe that most skills are based on traits that are fixed and cannot change See effort as unnecessary; something to do when you’re not good enough Avoid challenges because could reveal lack of skill; tends to give up easily See feedback as personally threatening to sense of self and gets defensive View setbacks as discouraging; tends to blame others Feel threatened by the success of others; may undermine others in effort to look good As a result, they may plateau early and achieve less than their full potential.
  7. Score on 1-5 3.00 5.00 7.00 9.00 11.00 PercentageCorrect Compare to Others Compare to Self Score on 6-10 Score on 1-5 Score on 6-10
  8. Yet...
  9. Learn DoRemember
  10. In pairs, take one minute to share something you want to learn— e.g., software, money management, leadership, bake bread, play an instrument, etc. Application
  11. Learn Remember Do Levels Cycle Focus
  12. Learn models of change Comprehend correctly Use with team/project Recognize problem and adjust Innovate variation for context Determine ROI Levels
  13. Active Experimentation Doing Reflective Observation Watching Concrete Experience Feeling Abstract Conceptualism Thinking Processing Continuum ContinuumPerception Cycle
  14. Accommodating feel and do Diverging feel and watch Active Experimentation Doing Reflective Observation Watching Concrete Experience Feeling Abstract Conceptualism Thinking Converging think and do Assimilating think and watch Processing Continuum ContinuumPerception Cycle
  15. Learn models of change Use with team/project Recognize problem and adjust Innovate variation for context Determine ROI Accommodating feel and do Diverging feel and watch Active Experimentation Doing Reflective Observation Watching Concrete Experience Feeling Abstract Conceptualism Thinking Converging think and do Assimilating think and watch Processing Continuum ContinuumPerception Cycle
  16. Focus
  17. this presentation your email Multitasking Switch tasking
  18. this presentation your email Swiss Tasking!
  19. Focus
  20. In pairs, take two minutes to discuss how you can apply levels and focus to the thing you want to learn. Application
  21. Learn Remember Do Connections Feelings Retrieval
  22. Connections
  23. Connections 1. Metacognition 2. Wordplay 3. Insight 4. Social 5. Music
  24. Induce Insight Introduce a range of concepts Let people learn on their own Give people time for reflection
  25. In pairs, take two minutes to discuss how you can use the power of these connections for what you want to learn. • Insight • Social • Music Reflection
  26. Feelings
  27. “This is important!” “Remember this!”
  28. Survive Belong Become We are wired to…
  29. Threatening Rewarding Best for Learning
  30. Sharing with others Light competition Quiz Games/playfulness Humor The Stars of Learning Application/reflection On demand learning Insight/“aha” moment Gratitude Mindfulness
  31. Retrieval
  32. Group A Learned math and did 10 problems Group B Learned math and did 5 problems Day 1 Did 5 more problems Day 7 Test 1 week Test 4 weeks 75% 70% 32% 64% Retrieval
  33. Why? Same day massed 50% 12 hours same day 55% 12 hours overnight 65% 24 hours overnight 75%
  34. In pairs, take two minutes to discuss how you can optimize what you are learning through: • positive emotions • retrieval • sleep Reflection
  35. Learn Remember Do Trigger Baby Steps Reward
  36. Do… New skill Behavior change Habit
  37. Trigger Routine Reward Building Habits
  38. Walk in kitchen Turn on kettle Caffeine! Examples
  39. Order arrives Process order Money! Examples
  40. 8:00am Start working Don’t get fired! Examples
  41. Threatening Rewarding Best for Motivation
  42. Lunch + Learn www.tagteach.com/TAGteach_track_and_field
  43. 40 20 66 Hebb’s Law: Neurons that fire together wire together!
  44. In pairs, take two minutes to discuss how you can create a positive habit for yourself (trigger>routine>reward). Reflection
  45. Learn DoRemember Levels Cycle Focus Connections Feelings Retrieval Trigger Baby Steps Reward
  46. Learning Design Work with the brain Use the Magic of 3 Create habits you want to see
  47. The Magic of 3 3 levels of learning 3 connections 3 retrievals, spaced with sleep Blend learning elements to get there
  48. Design the Habit Build behaviors you want to see Trigger > routine > reward Flip the classroom and fire those neurons!
  49. CONTENT Flip the Classroom Before: Learn During: Application + Discussion After: Extend Learning
  50. further learning videos readings memory easy change hard change org dev models change curve best leader practicerole plays case study action plan to do to say change style reaction Life Cycle assessment adaptability resilience mindfulness resistance resilience vulnerability Greiner Curve Senge Learning neuro science change
  51. Learn more at lynda.com 10,000+ hours of learning! Instructional Design Essentials Series: ❯ The Neuroscience of Learning with Britt Andreatta ❯ Flipping the Classroom with Aaron Quigley ❯ Models of Instructional Design with Shea Hanson ❯ Needs Analysis with Jeff Toister Free webinars: www.lynda.com/webinars Enterprise solutions: sales@lynda.com
  52. Open until June 10th http://pages.lynda.com/ne uroscience.html
  53. Upcoming Webinar Creating a Transformative Culture of Learning Britt Andreatta, Ph.D. Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 11:00am PST Register at http://www.clomedia.com/events Building an Engaging Culture Through Management Training
  54. Questions + Comments BrittAndreatta.comlynda.com Open until June 10th http://pages.lynda.com/neuroscience.html

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