This presentation examines a few of the misguided aphorisms of learning and misconceptions about the brain from popular culture -especially those that seem to persist even after neuroscience shows evidence to the contrary. These are replaced by the cognitive and learning science supporting Bloom’s Taxonomy as the key to creating effecting learning and training experiences.
There are a whole number of urban legends about learning and neuroscience that just refuse to die, e.g., Left Brain vs. Right Brain personality traits and learning, Learning must occur during certain periods of development, we only use 10% of our brain, perceptions about fixed learning styles, etc. We'll dive into some of these issues and discover fact from fiction.
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