Science of CE Podcast
By Brian S McGowan, PhD
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The series is intended to deconstruct the critical literature that defines how the adult education and training communities can plan, develop, deliver, and assess highly effective educational interventions. Each episode tackles one research finding, study, or myth in adult education extracting the practical take-aways that you and your colleagues may immediately use in your professional work.
||CleanThe Science of Motivation and Behavior Change – Episode #4||In this episode we are digging into The Science of Motivation and Behavior Change, and here are our Big Three Takeaways: - 1. Knowledge rarely leads to action 2. Action is a product of motivation to change, ability to change,||1/2/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Natural Learning Actions – Episode #3||In this episode we are digging into new research that has lead to the development of the Learning Actions Model and here are our Big Three Takeaways: Much of what this community has come to believe about Adult Learning Theory is based on an assumpt.||12/1/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Science of Memory Systems Part 2 – Episode #2||Before we get into today’s topic, let begin with a brief tease…as you listen to episode two keep in mind that in episode three we will focus on a new and emerging instructional design framework called the learning actions model – hopefully you wi||11/15/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Science of Memory Systems Part 1 – Episode #1||In this episode we are digging into the The Science of Memory Systems and here are our Big Three Takeaways: Everything we think about Learning and educational design must be grounded in the science of memory systems||11/1/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Great content, delivered well!
I enjoy the topic and Dr. McGowan’s ability to create shorter podcasts with good content in each! Nicely done!