I was fifteen years old when the original TRON movie was released. It was around the same time a friend introduced me to his Commodore 64 computer and taught me to program numerical sequences onto a cassette tape and execute them. Watching those numbers scroll up and down my old tv screen was infinitely different than the world TRON offered, …read more
You Have to Forget Some Old Truths to Master Essentials of Brain-Based Learning
There really is a “Homer Simpson” effect in neuroscience. The phenomenon was given this name in honor of the Fox network character, Homer Simpson. Homer once told Marge that “Every time I learn something new, it pushes some old stuff out of my brain.” Who knew Homer …read more
It’s time to bid adieu to the “traditional” office. Jobs are changing. Talent recruitment is fiercer. Models are developed daily to accommodate the shifts required to stay dynamic in an environment where information is king. A work day is no longer about clocking in, completing work and clocking out. It’s more about getting things done, wrapping up projects and servicing …read more
We’d like to thank Agile Learning Leader, Dave Lee of www.NeweeLearning.com for allowing us to share this blog post. Dave was a very active TLDC16 attendee and has a particularly poignant story about attending the conference.
Thank you Dave, and we wish you the best of luck!
I’m sitting here on a rainy, but warm, October morning in Chicago after …read more