Salience Theory of Learning: Species’ brains are uniquely designed to perceive and to relate stimulus events that are contiguous, salient, and relevant to adaptation.— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) May 30, 2019 We learn the nearest things and information.
Systematic literature reviews on entrepreneurial education.#EntEdBookmark https://t.co/T1E4Xkil7H— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) May 18, 2019 A systematic literature review of the evolution of pedagogy in entrepreneurial education research.Entrepreneurship education: A systematic literature review of curricula contents and teaching methods.
https://t.co/wgS15pzPy8— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) May 26, 2019 Training past the point of improvement is called 'overlearning.' A recent study in Nature Neuroscience suggests that such post improvement training might further improve performance by altering chemicals in the brain that "lock" in training. Review of the Study >> How to activate your brain's ability to learn Read the study >> Overlearning hyperstabilizes … Continue reading Tweet: How to activate your brain’s ability to learn
The Powerful Effects of Drawing on Learning https://t.co/VDZpBgZvSj— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) May 26, 2019 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hntHGr8JR7o Graham Shaw founded Vision Learning in 1995, specializing in helping people to develop a range of practical skills around the art of communication.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gj3ZnKlHqxI
A study published recently in Current Biology has found that most of the improvement while learning a motor task comes not while actually practicing, but instead during the breaks between practice sessions. https://t.co/yO66fv0IIV— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) May 23, 2019 Research has shown that taking breaks is an important part of learning.A new study suggests that even … Continue reading Tweet: Most improvements in learning motor task comes during the breaks between practice sessions