Webinar recording: Six practical tips for using neuroscience to power learning design
Neuroscience hacks for learning
Six practical tips to power learning design
Behavioural science has the power to change the way people learn and act. But it can be a complex subject.
Advice offered from the conference platform often seems contradictory and confusing. Digital learning specialist, Charlotte Hills, brings clarity to the learnings from the latest research and offers practical tips you can apply to help people learn – particularly when they are addressing concepts and behaviours that are new to them.
In addition, see how Bupa, Centrica and more use insights from neuroscience to power learning design.
In this webinar you’ll hear from:
Charlotte Hills (Lumesse Learning) is an award-winning learning designer and published research assistant. Specialising in medical content, Charlotte uses adult learning principles from neuroscience and psychology literature to create effective learning and drive adoption.
Carl Crisostomo (Lumesse Learning) is a committed advocate for self-directed learning and will tell you about something new in the world of learning technologies, me:time, that can help you power a culture of learning in your organisation.