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Neuroscience for Learning and Development

How to Apply Neuroscience and Psychology for Improved Learning and Training

Equip yourself with an understanding of neuroscience to deliver a greater impact with training with this evidence-based, practical guide.
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EAN: 9780749474614
Edition: 1
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Format: 233x156
248 pages
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About the book

Neuroscience for Learning and Development is about the psychology and neuroscience that underpins effective and successful training and learning. It introduces the latest research and concepts and suggests practical tools, techniques and ideas to improve how trainers train and how people learn. Readers will find new and more effective ways of working and will discover a sound basis for good practice. They will also discover the research that backs up what they are already doing well and evidence to support future projects and plans in order to make a convincing case to budget holders.

Neuroscience for Learning and Development covers the design and delivery of face-to-face, online and virtual learning as well as how to create environments which make learning easier. It provides evidence to stop training and learning being seen as 'soft and fluffy' and will help trainers and L&D teams persuade the rest of their organization of their value.

This book explains the science behind creative training delivery so that learners will be motivated, enjoy training, pay attention, remember what they learn and be able to apply it back at work. It explains the neuroscience of attention, memory and habits and how to make sure people learn what they need to learn. Readers will be able to distinguish the neuromyths from the neuroscience and will find out which elements of brain science offer evidence for current practice and as well as discovering new ideas to continue to develop their skills and practice.

About the authors

Stella Collins

Stella Collins has a BSc in psychology, MSc in Human Communication and is a Fellow of ITOL. She's worked in Learning and Development as a manager and as a trainer for 15 years and consistently uses the 'brain friendly' approach to design and deliver result based training and learning programmes with a creative twist.

More about Stella Collins

Dispelling some of the myths and hype around the topic, Stella proves you don't have to be a neuroscientist to apply key brain principles to practical learning solutions. Starting with an understandable tour of the brain this accessible book explores how factors such as attention, curiosity, personal meaning, the senses, spacing, pacing, relaxation and reflection are vital aspects of creating effective, engaging learning. If you haven't got time to become a neuroscientist but want to apply its principles to learning, this is book is a great place to start!

Andy Lancaster, Head of Learning and Development, CIPD