Transcript 14 June 2012 (Memory)

08:30:31 pm lrnchat: Hello everyone and welcome to #lrnchat. How have you been?
08:30:55 pm JaneBozarth: @tomspiglanin Life is open book, so yes. #lrnchat
08:31:27 pm tomspiglanin: @lrnchat week’s been…interesting. Thanks for asking. #lrnchat
08:31:30 pm Quinnovator: it’s time again for the 90 minute memestream that is #lrnchat, tonite on memory. Duck or better yet, join in!
08:31:52 pm Quinnovator: welcome to new and returning #lrnchat victims, er, participants!
08:32:11 pm elearningguy: @lrnchat I can’t believe a free Thursday and #lrnchat managed to coincide!
08:32:31 pm lrnchat: Please introduce yourself. Name, specialties, interests, etc.? #lrnchat
08:32:57 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat My week started with a 30% reduction in the team, and an increase in workload (not counting the absorbed 30%)
08:33:08 pm Quinnovator: Clark Quinn, learning experience advocate, speaker/consultant/author, genial malcontent, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
08:33:13 pm elearningguy: I’ve been in storyboard hell, but at least I got to have lunch with @kburpee today. #lrnchat
08:33:31 pm JaneBozarth: Jane, RDU, appearing soon at a conference near you, beating drums on informal learning, social business, learning, like that. #lrnchat
08:33:53 pm criticallearner: David Glow, Tampa, FL. Hater of spam- especially when served with eggs #lrnchat
08:33:53 pm JD_Dillon: JD, Orlando FL, getting deep into on-demand, informal learning and performance support, including mobile. #lrnchat
08:33:58 pm JaneBozarth: @criticallearner sorry to hear that. Have 2 friends who lost jobs in the last 2 weeks. Hoping for new & better opps for them #lrnchat
08:33:58 pm Quinnovator: this week we opened the pool season, been a joy on the hot afternoons! #lrnchat
08:34:22 pm britz: “@elearningguy: @lrnchat I can’t believe a free Thursday and #lrnchat managed to coincide!” /me… not so fortunate😦
08:34:25 pm elearningguy: Mark Sheppard, bringing new learning things to the RCAF one instructor at a time. #lrnchat
08:34:50 pm JaneBozarth: @elearningguy I got to have dinner w @kburpee her the other night! Fun! #lrnchat
08:34:57 pm tomspiglanin: Tom Spiglanin from a mobile😦 specialties? Quixotic attempts to transform learning in my workplace. #lrnchat
08:34:58 pm Quinnovator: re: spam and eggs, do ‘block and report’ if you see ’em. Some twitter tools let you filter, use source: mobile web #lrnchat
08:35:27 pm elearningguy: @criticallearner would that be green eggs and sp*m? #lrnchat
08:35:27 pm lrnchat: Q0. We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
08:35:28 pm chris_saeger: in Roanoke VA, do things with active learning. just got my first “badge” in a massive open online course🙂 #lrnchat
08:35:37 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q0. We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
08:35:43 pm JaneBozarth: Reflecting this week on things I have fought to ‘implement’ at work, starting w whiteboards in 1995. #ItsExhausting #lrnchat
08:35:45 pm minutebio: Jeff Goldman – eLearning Designer, and Developer, in Baltimore, MD. #lrnchat
08:36:27 pm JaneBozarth: Anybody here not from L&D? We need some of them Managers, and workers, and HR folks, and, er, normal people. #lrnchat
08:36:43 pm elearningguy: @Quinnovator nice! #lrnchat
08:36:44 pm JD_Dillon: Q0) You don’t need a strategy for employee engagement. Just give them simple, meaningful opportunities and get out of the way! #lrnchat
08:36:51 pm criticallearner: @janebozarth Ugh… too many good people losing jobs. Haven’t companies heard of reduced work/reduced $, something else? #lrnchat
08:36:51 pm tomspiglanin: @britz fancy seeing u again, twice in a week! #lrnchat
08:37:06 pm Quinnovator: q0) learned today that a Bart breakdown ‘cross the bay can wreak havoc, but people adapt #Lrnchat
08:37:15 pm LnDDave: Greetings #lrnchat, David Kelly from NY. Glad to see everyone.
08:37:19 pm ThomasStone: Tom Stone, Rochester, NY. Formerly of Element K and Taleo. Time off this summer to write a book (on baseball). Hello fellow #lrnchat folks!
08:37:22 pm JaneBozarth: Q0. Learned about crowdsourcing v community sourcing at #iel12 #lrnchat
08:37:23 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q0. We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
08:37:32 pm Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth saw a second grade teacher, that’s relatively normal (compared to, say, us…🙂 #lrnchat
08:37:36 pm JaneBozarth: @JD_Dillon engagement isn’t something you do TO people… #lrnchat
08:37:38 pm tomspiglanin: RT @JaneBozarth: Anybody here not from L&D? We need some of them Managers, and workers, and HR folks, and, er, normal people. #lrnchat
08:37:54 pm minutebio: Q0) Learned 2day (again) always test stuff in Citrix, then let IT know it doesn’t work in Citrix, ugh #lrnchat
08:37:57 pm chris_saeger: Q0) I started learning Tai Chi this week. #lrnchat
08:38:25 pm petescottwalton: #lrnchat Hey all, I’m Pete, teacher turned edtech startup. I learned that vegan meatballs are actually really tasty!
08:38:34 pm tomspiglanin: “@Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth saw a second grade teacher, that’s relatively normal (compared to, say, us…🙂 #lrnchat” LOL
08:38:46 pm minutebio: RT @JaneBozarth: @JD_Dillon engagement isnt something you do TO people… #lrnchat
08:39:00 pm vuluckwi: #lrnchat archos windows http://t.co/eXRiADRj
08:39:18 pm tomspiglanin: #lrnchat q0) I joined my local ASTD chapter finally.
08:39:46 pm ThomasStone: Q0) Today I learned it is possible to fit 15,000 books in a small house (saw at an estate sale). #lrnchat #hoarders
08:39:53 pm Quinnovator: q0) learned again that vendor events can be kinda fun if you can tolerate the ‘pitch’ #lrnchat
08:40:02 pm JGoodTO: #lrnchat Today I learned how 1 school uses Twitter for learning & I love it! http://t.co/K3SRGLwo
08:40:11 pm criticallearner: Q0> #lrnchat I learned I can own an iPad3 for 5 days and only use it once for 5 mins.
08:40:34 pm lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:40:39 pm elearningguy: Q0) I learned the value of holding ideas and comments back for about 5 mins before releasing them. Amazing what that can do. #lrnchat
08:40:41 pm trainersleaders: Joining live weekly lrnchat session–Paul Signorelli; San Francisco-based writer/trainer/consultant #lrnchat
08:40:45 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:40:52 pm JaneBozarth: @criticallearner yeah… nice toy. Didn’t change my life. #lrnchat
08:40:57 pm criticallearner: RT @quinnovator: q0) learned again that vendor events can be kinda fun if you can tolerate the ‘pitch’ #lrnchat >so true.
08:41:03 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think thats the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:41:05 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think thats the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:41:05 pm briandusablon: I forgot. What’s #lrnchat again? #memory
08:41:06 pm sogarlene: Q0) I learned how to log a travel bug at http://t.co/ksF2cxnC. A whole new geek world to explore! #lrnchat
08:41:15 pm criticallearner: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:41:23 pm tomspiglanin: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:41:24 pm britz: @tomspiglanin hiya Tom. Yes here … But not here… I’ve got that in-assignment to work on😉 #lrnchat
08:41:28 pm elearningguy: @britz Sorry to hear that, Mark. Hope to see you next time #lrnchat
08:41:30 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) Unfortunately, a lot of my early memories are embarrassing childhood moments. Those events changed my behavior. #lrnchat
08:41:43 pm trainersleaders: q0) This week, learned that w/perserverance and the right team, anything is possible (using Google+ Hangouts for blended learning) #lrnchat
08:41:43 pm ActivateLearn: #lrnchat Q0) Hi everyone. Helen from Melbourne. I learned there are different ‘breeds’ of instructional designers. Amusing story….
08:41:45 pm Quinnovator: q1) earliest memory I have my mom tells me isn’t true (walking down the street on my own very young) #lrnchat
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08:42:08 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:42:13 pm ThomasStone: Good to hear. Next step — get involved in a committee, BOD, etc!🙂 RT @tomspiglanin: #lrnchat q0) I joined my local ASTD chapter finally.
08:42:14 pm criticallearner: Q1 #lrnchat> “Patches” the lifeguard at Keyes Pool in Milford, NH teaching me how to blow bubbles in water kicking with kickboard (4yo)
08:42:23 pm minutebio: Q1) Earliest memory – 3 y.o. helping grandparents move to the burbs. Probably b/c felt I was able to affect some change #lrnchat
08:42:47 pm Quinnovator: q1) strong emotion has a role in one of my early memories (father *somewhat* unhappy🙂 #lrnchat
08:43:02 pm elearningguy: @chris_saeger excellent! That’s on my
Bucket list #lrnchat
08:43:19 pm JaneBozarth: Q1 My dad rocking me to sleep and singing ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’ when I was maybe 2. Comfort? Security? Safety? #lrnchat
08:43:56 pm sogarlene: Q1) sitting on a cool painted cement step leading to the garage at a house my folks eventually bought about age 2.5ish. #lrnchat
08:43:57 pm criticallearner: Q1 #lrnchat> The memory stuck because she was mucho hot- radiant… or maybe that was just the sun behind her
08:44:04 pm ThomasStone: @elearningguy Agreed. And for some (emails, comments, etc.) I’ve learned it is best to hold them for far longer (e.g., overnight). #lrnchat
08:44:07 pm lindaurban: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:44:10 pm tomspiglanin: Q1) being spanked, age 3 or four – walking to preschool seeing bees buzzing oleander bushes have mild recollection of the smell #lrnchat
08:44:12 pm chris_saeger: Q1) i remember moving to a new house at age 3 at the same time my brother was born. I think it was the new competition. #lrnchat
08:44:23 pm britz: @elearningguy likewise – love to catch up outside of #lrnchat sometime.
08:44:45 pm lindaurban: Q0: Howdy everyone. Linda Urban, Berkeley-my learning this week – all about qualitatitive interviewing & analyzing #lrnchat
08:44:50 pm JaneBozarth: @Quinnovator wonder what % of memories aren’t true? I had brothers who were always mistaking each others’ early memories #lrnchat
08:45:15 pm LnDDave: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Unfortunately, a lot of my early memories are embarrassing childhood moments. Those events changed my behavior. #lrnchat
08:45:18 pm petescottwalton: Q1: Hmm not sure. Maaaay have been dumping pesto pasta on my head. #lrnchat
08:45:29 pm elearningguy: Q1) mine is of trying to start my fathers VW when I was about 3 and seeing him running like hell toward the car… #lrnchat
08:45:45 pm lindaurban: Q1: earliest memory – riding a trike at abt age 3 #lrnchat
08:45:47 pm JaneBozarth: @lindaurban ah. I did a qualitative dissertation #lrnchat
08:45:57 pm Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth actually evidence suggests most of our memories aren’t ‘true’ (altered), c.f. Kahneman #lrnchat
08:46:00 pm tomspiglanin: Q1 if my earliest memory is being punished for doing wrong, is that why I color inside the lines and usually do my homework? #lrnchat
08:46:03 pm jkguard: Jason Guard, GED & #disted specialist & acct mgr for @GEDAcademy & @EssentialEd. Currently promoting digital literacy in #adulted. #lrnchat
08:46:09 pm Dave_Ferguson: @JaneBozarth I think lots of memories, esp those we repeat, are partial/incorrect/untrue, b/c the retelling reprocesses them. #lrnchat
08:46:16 pm JaneBozarth: @elearningguy lol good #lrnchat
08:46:22 pm Carol_LPM: joining. Carol Cohen, learning program manager, HP, home office NH #lrnchat
08:46:40 pm ActivateLearn: Q1) Our stories all start about when we were about 3 – is there a pattern here? #lrnchat
08:46:54 pm ThomasStone: Q1) Earliest memory? Hard to distinguish first actual memories frm scenes created as memories based on photos, family stories, etc. #lrnchat
08:47:00 pm JaneBozarth: 1/2 once parents left me in toy dept while they looked at carpet. Some guy insisted I was ‘lost’ and hauled me off to security #lrnchat
08:47:09 pm Dave_Ferguson: @Carol_LPM Home Office NH — is that near Pinkham Notch?😉
#lrnchat
08:47:25 pm Quinnovator: @petescottwalton @JaneBozarth maybe with those ‘life recorders’? External memory…:) #lrnchat
08:47:35 pm lindaurban: @JaneBozarth Current reflections? I’m considering qualitative thesis. At moment, love the stuff #lrnchat
08:47:40 pm JaneBozarth: 2/2 remember feeling helpless/adult not listening/and feeling “Dude, do you think I”m an idiot? I’m not lost.” #lrnchat
08:47:54 pm sparkandco: Early memory is a bear encounter around age 4, probably no explanation needed! #lrnchat
08:47:57 pm minutebio: Q1) I remember Moon shot at 3. Very patriotic moment for me #lrnchat
08:48:03 pm LnDDave: RT @Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth actually evidence suggests most of our memories aren’t ‘true’ (altered), c.f. Kahneman #lrnchat
08:48:09 pm criticallearner: Q1> #lrnchat Being taken to hospital Xmas eve- Ambulance had issues getting out (snow)- remember tire spin sound to this day (3ish?)
08:48:25 pm JaneBozarth: @lindaurban I liked the interviews and analysis. No bad feelings toward it. #lrnchat
08:48:28 pm Dave_Ferguson: First memory I can clearly fix in time: visit to kindergarten, before kindergarten. I knew too many answers. Had to quiet down. #lrnchat
08:48:32 pm elearningguy: @ThomasStone it’s something I know I have to work on more. Saw a post today. Will try to find/share link l8r on #lrnchat
08:48:36 pm Carol_LPM: Some of my memories are actually photos. I mix that up. Like I don’t know if I really remember. #lrnchat
08:48:59 pm lindaurban: Q1@sparkandco I have memory of photos with bear & family camping – very early – but no direct memory of it #lrnchat
08:49:08 pm tomspiglanin: Dang, I remembered my earliest memory just last week, but now I forgot. #lrnchat
08:49:12 pm JaneBozarth: So with the Q1 — why these particular memories? Why did they stick, do you suppose? #lrnchat
08:49:15 pm lindaurban: Me too! RT @Carol_LPM: Some of my memories are actually photos. I mix that up. Like I don’t know if I really remember. #lrnchat
08:49:23 pm Quinnovator: RT @tomspiglanin: Dang, I remembered my earliest memory just last week, but now I forgot. #lrnchat < Hah!
08:49:35 pm ThomasStone: Q1) Early memories: first bee sting; falling down stairs (head stitches req); throwing rock that hit grandma. Good times. LOL #lrnchat
08:49:55 pm Quinnovator: @petescottwalton @JaneBozarth there’re some memories I wish *I* couldn’t access! #lrnchat
08:50:01 pm minutebio: RT @LnDDave: RT @Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth evid suggests mst memories arnt tru(altered) c.f. Kahneman | I remember CF saying that #lrnchat
08:50:10 pm LauraMattis: RT @lindaurban: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:50:14 pm Dave_Ferguson: Q1: these stick b/c they’re narrative (involve us), often b/c some emotional impact (good or bad), often revisited, elaborated. #lrnchat
08:50:16 pm LnDDave: also vividly remember waking up to my grandmother’s wailing after the hospital called to say my grandfather died. #lrnchat
08:50:16 pm lindaurban: @JaneBozarth Good to hear (no bad feelings). Still sorting out how long the analysis actually takes🙂 #lrnchat
08:50:27 pm lrnchat: RE Q1: what was it about these particular early memories? Why do you think these are the ones that stuck? #lrnchat
08:50:29 pm elearningguy: @Quinnovator @janebozarth I remember something about that at CSTD keynote. Memories evolve over time #lrnchat
08:50:32 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: RE Q1: what was it about these particular early memories? Why do you think these are the ones that stuck? #lrnchat
08:50:47 pm tomspiglanin: RT @JaneBozarth: So with the Q1 — why these particular memories? Why did they stick, do you suppose? #lrnchat
08:50:54 pm ThomasStone: Q1) Why those as earliest memories? Extreme sensations / emotions involved — physical pain, guilt, etc. #lrnchat
08:51:00 pm LnDDave: RT @JaneBozarth: So with the Q1 — why these particular memories? Why did they stick, do you suppose? #lrnchat
08:51:01 pm Quinnovator: q1) stuck because emotionally salient, I reckon #lrnchat
08:51:02 pm urbie: late arrival to #lrnchat
08:51:17 pm trainersleaders: q1) Seeing colleagues’ comments re earliest memories triggers some 4 me; great training reminder: collaboration stimulates ideas #lrnchat
08:51:23 pm elearningguy: Oy, yes. Many I would cheerfully eradicate. “@Quinnovator: @petescottwalton @JaneBozarth some memories I wish *I* couldn’t access! #lrnchat”
08:51:23 pm msbolton1: Happy learning #lrnchat Mary Bolton from WV. This is my first time participating, happy to be here
08:51:26 pm criticallearner: RT @lrnchat: RE Q1: what was it about these particular early memories? Why do you think these are the ones that stuck? #lrnchat
08:51:28 pm JaneBozarth: @lindaurban Long– transcribing, coding, is painstaking. Quant is certainly quicker. #lrnchat
08:51:37 pm LnDDave: Q1) most of my early memories have a strong emotional component to them. #lrnchat
08:51:37 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q1. What is your earliest memory? Why do you think that’s the one that stuck? #lrnchat
08:51:38 pm lindaurban: Q1: Why early memories – day of trike ride, fell down, cut chin. Still have trace of scar #lrnchat
08:51:38 pm ThomasStone: Yes, exactly RT @Carol_LPM: Some of my memories are actually photos. I mix that up. Like I don’t know if I really remember. #lrnchat
08:51:40 pm JaneBozarth: @Quinnovator but it didn’t even happen! lol #lrnchat
08:51:46 pm jkguard: This week I learned that coconut milk dehydrates really well over 10hrs when making raw Thai red curry kale chips. #lrnchat
08:51:57 pm JaneBozarth: @trainersleaders oh look at you making connections… #lrnchat
08:52:04 pm Quinnovator: @elearningguy yes, and others can influence (see work by Beth Loftus) #lrnchat
08:52:13 pm JaneBozarth: YES RT @Carol_LPM: Some of my memories are actually photos. I mix that up. Like I don’t know if I really remember. #lrnchat
08:52:15 pm trainersleaders: RT @tomspiglanin: Dang, I remembered my earliest memory just last week, but now I forgot. #lrnchat
08:52:21 pm tomspiglanin: @JaneBozarth I suspect extreme emotion had something to do with it. Mine seem to be tied to fear and comfort. Why? No idea… #lrnchat
08:52:32 pm Carol_LPM: I think strong emotional moments stick. But in truth we don’t remember much. We recall things with triggers. Is that the same? #lrnchat
08:52:36 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat Man, some of these entries- I jump from wanting to laugh and wanting to cry… memories are powerful, yo.
08:52:38 pm elearningguy: Q1) not sure about that early one, but I have one immediately triggered by scent. #lrnchat
08:52:43 pm LauraMattis: @lrnchat remember being in my backyard, bbq w/my parents & grandparents, I was 3 or 4; I cherish family, maybe why I remember this #lrnchat
08:52:44 pm JD_Dillon: Q1) Something triggered an internal response and changed you beyond that singular event. #lrnchat
08:52:49 pm jwillensky: Q1) Earliest memory? Sister taking me to see “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” when I was two or three. First movie. #lrnchat
08:52:59 pm Dave_Ferguson: 1/2 From Jane’s ‘prework,’ link to great memory summary from CDN Inst of Health Research: http://t.co/PpBa0iqA #lrnchat
08:53:00 pm ActivateLearn: @JaneBozarth Q1) #lrnchat Possibly because there was an emotional reaction or realisation or momentous mind shift at that point in time?
08:53:08 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q1 my earliest memory is of having the mumps at age 3 .. and my yellow blankie close by
08:53:12 pm JaneBozarth: me too RT @elearningguy: Q1) not sure about that early one, but I have one immediately triggered by scent. #lrnchat
08:53:17 pm ThomasStone: Q1) Also… each was a learning moment! Lots of early memories, upon reflection, were important learning moments. #lrnchat
08:53:17 pm lmockford: Q1. Watching my sister learn to walk with my Nana holding her hands. I am almost 2, my sister is 9 mos. #lrnchat
08:53:18 pm Quinnovator: RT @criticallearner: #lrnchat Man, some of these entries- I jump from wanting to laugh and wanting to cry… memories are powerful, yo.
08:53:23 pm MMTingley: Q1) Lot of ppl’s early memories seem to revolve around emotion – excitement, fear, humiliation, surprise
#lrnchat
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08:53:34 pm ActivateLearn: RT @lrnchat: RE Q1: what was it about these particular early memories? Why do you think these are the ones that stuck? #lrnchat
08:53:37 pm Dave_Ferguson: 2/2 You might also look at the many options to zoom in/out, up/down, across topics there. http://t.co/PpBa0iqA
#lrnchat
08:53:38 pm JaneBozarth: @jwillensky MrDrJane’s cousin took him to see The Exorcist when he was like 6 or something. #ExplainsSOMuch #lrnchat
08:53:49 pm criticallearner: Q1> #lrnchat memories seem recalled if they are original experience (something new, big change) or emotional
08:53:54 pm tomspiglanin: @trainersleaders Agree wholeheartedly. I wrote recently about collaborative activity tapping into non-conscious knowledge #lrnchat
08:54:10 pm JaneBozarth: @urbie you and I are among only ones reporting happy safe things. Others hurt, scared, scarred, parents mad. Interesting? #lrnchat
08:54:22 pm ActivateLearn: Q1) @jwillensky Wow, that’s life changing. The music would have stuck too? #lrnchat
08:54:27 pm ThomasStone: sounds paleo! RT @jkguard: This week I learned that coconut milk dehydrates really well when making raw Thai red curry kale chips. #lrnchat
08:54:33 pm JaneBozarth: From convo so far interesting that scent, music can trigger? #lrnchat
08:54:47 pm msbolton1: Learned to change mindsets to manage change #lrnchat #hrtoney
08:54:50 pm elearningguy: @JaneBozarth because mine is triggered by diesel exhaust, working on a military base makes it interesting.😉 #lrnchat
08:54:53 pm lmockford: RT @lrnchat: RE Q1: what was it about these particular early memories? Why do you think these are the ones that stuck? #lrnchat
08:54:54 pm Dave_Ferguson: G Keillor talks about helping h.s. girlfriend do laundry, last day b4 college. “Just 1/4 cup of Clorox takes me back.” #lrnchat
08:55:18 pm urbie: @JaneBozarth #lrnchat very interesting .. it’d have been more safer if i’d not had the mumps
08:55:25 pm jwillensky: @ActivateLearn The music and the opening credits. Also, my parents didn’t know why I demanded a poncho afterwards, #lrnchat
08:55:37 pm lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:55:48 pm jwillensky: @JaneBozarth Whoa. That’s serious. #lrnchat
08:55:53 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:04 pm lindaurban: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:08 pm petescottwalton: Sorry all I gotta jet, but I’ll see you guys next week! Keep learning! #lrnchat
08:56:10 pm ActivateLearn: Q1) @JaneBozarth True. When I smell a certain tobacco – reminds me of the pipe my dad used to smoke and I love its smell! #lrnchat
08:56:12 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:13 pm MilnerKempCorp: #edapp #edtech #education @Mayerjs #elearning #lrnchat #mlearning #teachers
08:56:19 pm Dave_Ferguson: I think it’s clear that memories as at least as much a process as a thing. They are not the 3 x 5 cards of the brain. #lrnchat
08:56:21 pm LauraMattis: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:22 pm Quinnovator: q2) we process events differently based upon our earlier experiences #lrnchat
08:56:26 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:29 pm ActivateLearn: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:42 pm criticallearner: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:56:53 pm JaneBozarth: @ActivateLearn yes pipe tobacco — and old spice soap on a rope! #lrnchat
08:56:59 pm Quinnovator: q2) memory comes from creating associations between activated concepts (in theory…:) #lrnchat
08:57:07 pm trainersleaders: @tomspiglanin Can you provide a link to your article about collaborative activity tapping into non-conscious knowledge? Thanks #lrnchat
08:57:08 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:57:08 pm tomspiglanin: Are dreams “random access memory?” #lrnchat
08:57:10 pm lindaurban: Q2. Everyone has own perspective, impacts perception, then memory #lrnchat
08:57:15 pm ActivateLearn: @jwillensky Ha ha! Music is phenomenal and frankly, who DOESNT love a poncho? #lrnchat
08:57:21 pm lindaurban: RT @Quinnovator: q2) we process events differently based upon our earlier experiences #lrnchat
08:57:32 pm JD_Dillon: Q2) Everyone has their own perspective. Generic events are filtered through this perspective to create lasting memories. #lrnchat
08:57:57 pm Carol_LPM: yeah pretty tough question but I think they are different because we have different templates …context #lrnchat
08:58:04 pm criticallearner: Q2> #lrnchat Brain Rules talks about the mechanics brilliantly. My take: memories are built to help us make sense of new stimulus.
08:58:07 pm Quinnovator: RT @tomspiglanin: Are dreams “random access memory?” #lrnchat < some evidence dreams are ‘word association football’ (Python skit)
08:58:07 pm audioswhite: @JaneBozarth @quinnovator I’m youngest of 7, I have been told by sibs that some of my early memories are theirs told/repeated #lrnchat
08:58:23 pm ActivateLearn: @JaneBozarth YES! That too! Oh my, you triggered yet another memory for me – that soap!! #lrnchat
08:58:23 pm audioswhite: RT @Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth actually evidence suggests most of our memories aren’t ‘true’ (altered), c.f. Kahneman #lrnchat
08:58:31 pm lmockford: I think this memory speaks to my love and awareness of my family as mine. #lrnchat
08:58:42 pm Dave_Ferguson: Also, at least two kinds of memory: explicit/declarative (facts, rules, etc.) and implicit/non-d (emotion, motor skills, etc.) #lrnchat
08:58:48 pm elearningguy: Q2) I think this is constructivism at work. We create our own realities based on what we see/experience #lrnchat
08:58:55 pm JaneBozarth: Q2 “Memory is nothing more than a record left by a learning process” http://t.co/DmvV1HLo #lrnchat
08:59:04 pm MMTingley: Q2) Earliest memories must help create a”perspective filter” for newer memories. Now compound that w/ more yrs & more memories #lrnchat
08:59:06 pm lindaurban: @JaneBozarth I enjoy the qual coding. Not big on the transcribing, must admit. Just got some software to help (f4) #lrnchat
08:59:10 pm lmockford: RT @lrnchat: Q2.How do memories form? What makes something memorable? Why do different people have diff memory of same event? #lrnchat
08:59:12 pm JaneBozarth: @Dave_Ferguson and sensory #lrnchat
08:59:15 pm LauraMattis: @lrnchat I think the emotion/impact one feels, the pain/joy – this is so personal to ppl. Different things make us happy/hurt #lrnchat.
08:59:17 pm JaneBozarth: RT @elearningguy: Q2) I think this is constructivism at work. We create our own realities based on what we see/experience #lrnchat
08:59:19 pm criticallearner: Q2> #lrnchat in sensemaking and encoding memories, you put it in your context based on your other experiences. Everyone’s differs…
08:59:32 pm JaneBozarth: @lmockford that’s very nice. #lrnchat
08:59:58 pm lindaurban: well said RT @elearningguy: Q2) I think this is constructivism at work. We create our own realities based on what we see/experience #lrnchat
09:00:10 pm jess1ecat: Q2. we process events differently depending on who we were with and where we were, context can filter or mediate memories #lrnchat
09:00:27 pm lmockford: For sure! >>RT @JaneBozarth: @ActivateLearn yes pipe tobacco — and old spice soap on a rope! #lrnchat
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09:00:35 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q2 John Medina at #brainrules thinks arousal (emotional) is a big part of why memories form .. http://t.co/PBHzJahs
09:00:37 pm JaneBozarth: RT @criticallearner: in sensemaking/encoding memories, you put it in your context based on your other experiences.Everyones differs #lrnchat
09:00:43 pm trainersleaders: q2) (How memories form/what makes something memorable?) My strongest memories seem rooted in strong emotional (+ or -) experiences #lrnchat
09:01:32 pm msbolton1: Q2. Memories form when we make connections to things we value or have an emotional connection to #lrnchat
09:01:52 pm Quinnovator: q2) we can form associations by deeper processing, but physiology helps: emotion, movement, smell, audio… #Lrnchat
09:01:57 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q2 no two people have exactly (temporal, spacial, personal) perspective on a given event so perceptions differ
09:01:59 pm elearningguy: @lindaurban I suspect that between 2 people there may be 3 “memories” one for each person abt an event and “what really happened” #lrnchat
09:02:02 pm Dave_Ferguson: I’m really tempted to start blocking self-promos and market spam that add zero to a twitter chat. You know who you are. #lrnchat
09:02:11 pm criticallearner: Q2> #lrnchat as a dad of young kids, I constantly think “how will my kids encode this and think about it in 30 yrs” (esp MY role)
09:02:13 pm tomspiglanin: @trainersleaders pleasure – http://t.co/prL58eyi Learning Socially Taps Into More Knowledge #lrnchat
09:02:40 pm criticallearner: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q2 John Medina at #brainrules thinks arousal (emotional) is a big part of why memories form .. http://t.co/Q4U4uPaG
09:02:43 pm lindaurban: @elearningguy Ah, but who sees the “what really happened”?🙂 #lrnchat
09:02:45 pm tomspiglanin: RT @Quinnovator: RT @tomspiglanin: Are dreams “random access memory?” #lrnchat < some evidence dreams are ‘word association football’ (Python skit)
09:02:49 pm LnDDave: RT @JaneBozarth: Q2 “Memory is nothing more than a record left by a learning process” http://t.co/DmvV1HLo #lrnchat
09:02:51 pm Quinnovator: @criticallearner oh, I worry about that, and try not to think about it! (the horror) #lrnchat
09:03:06 pm Dave_Ferguson: @criticallearner As a dad of kids who once were young: you’ll find out in 25 years. Maybe.
#lrnchat
09:03:28 pm trainersleaders: Brilliant! RT @JaneBozarth Q2 “Memory is nothing more than a record left by a learning process” http://t.co/rmv5fqHK #lrnchat #lrnchat
09:03:36 pm elearningguy: @lindaurban If the tree falls in the forest… #lrnchat #soundofonehandclapping
09:03:42 pm criticallearner: Q2> #lrnchat I implore anyone really wanting to learn about memory (and the brain overall) to read Medina’s Brain Rules
09:03:42 pm JaneBozarth: “I remember beach trip w friend. I was laughing with my friend, remembered. My friend just wanted to get to the beach.”
#lrnchat
09:04:14 pm tomspiglanin: “@Quinnovator: q2) we process events differently based upon our earlier experiences #lrnchat” << all about context
09:04:35 pm JaneBozarth: RT @criticallearner: I implore anyone really wanting to learn about memory (& brain overall) to read Medinas Brain Rules #lrnchat
09:04:48 pm Carol_LPM: our reliance on finger tip knowledge allows us to make peace with the fact that we don’t remember much #lrnchat
09:04:56 pm JaneBozarth: @criticallearner we had that on initial list of resources but realized we should do blogs, articles instead #lrnchat
09:05:18 pm Quinnovator: RT @criticallearner: Q2> #lrnchat read Medina’s Brain Rules < one of the few legit ‘brain science’ books
09:05:26 pm criticallearner: @quinnovator #lrnchat I have girls- I am sure the teen years will be my doom or theirs.
09:05:27 pm kloomis10: Q2 memories are formed by doing something unique #lrnchat
09:05:33 pm audioswhite: Q2) my early memories seem to to be more implicit than declarative. Emotions, a-ha moments. Age is dulling the facts😉 #lrnchat
09:05:46 pm kburpee: @JaneBozarth @elearningguy Aww! You guys! Had an awesomely productive day – first ever maintenance proj for my company & nailed it! #lrnchat
09:05:51 pm JaneBozarth: Other reco reading 1: Foer, “Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything”
#lrnchat
09:05:56 pm trainersleaders: RT @jess1ecat We process events differently depending on who we were with and where we were, context can filter or mediate memories #lrnchat
09:06:02 pm tomspiglanin: Q2) we also filter events. I remember Everybody Loves Raymond episode about a ruined wedding, Ray spoke of “editing” #lrnchat
09:06:12 pm JaneBozarth: Other reco reading 2: Blakeslee “On Intelligence” #lrnchat
09:06:26 pm jkguard: @ThomasStone kale chips are ideologically versatile, tho I doubt the paleo diet muse (cave men) would have gone to the trouble #lrnchat
09:06:28 pm Quinnovator: @criticallearner one of each, actually fear worse with the lad, but lass isn’t *quite* a teen yet…😮 #lrnchat
09:07:09 pm Dave_Ferguson: As we talk about memory, remember to credit a one-foot sea slug and the tireless work of Eric Kandel. http://t.co/sRuzfGZe. #lrnchat
09:07:19 pm urbie: @criticallearner @quinnovator #lrnchat don’t get me started on teen daughters .. i got 2 (a 3rd one aged out and is 20 now)
09:07:31 pm ZarahEdralin: RT @LnDDave: NEW POST: Three Things Trainers Need to Know About Project Management | Mindflash http://t.co/IgVppqLN #lrnchat #edchat
09:08:19 pm jess1ecat: Q2. Strong memories triggered by music/scent we ought to tickle the senses during the learning process, not so easy when virtual?#lrnchat
09:08:19 pm ActivateLearn: @criticallearner I’ve got it but still haven’t read it. Good? #lrnchat
09:08:23 pm Dave_Ferguson: @jkguard The paleo zone: from the equator to near the poles; shore to 16,000 feet. A bit of variation. #lrnchat
09:08:36 pm elearningguy: Those who are fans of podcasts should listen to this @Radiolab episode on memory and forgetting http://t.co/xdzXTXkd. Amazing #lrnchat
09:08:41 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat Thanks for the additional book recommendations!
09:08:59 pm Carol_LPM: I think our reliance on finger tip knowledge allows us to make peace with the fact that we don’t remember much #lrnchat
09:09:34 pm elearningguy: Smell-o-vision? “@jess1ecat: Q2. we ought to tickle the senses during the learning process, not so easy when virtual?#lrnchat”
09:09:44 pm criticallearner: @urbie #lrnchat Whew, so you show that it is actually possible to survive the stage… encouraging.
09:10:14 pm jkguard: Realizing that @GEDAcademy’s greatest strength is that it tries to make its learning experiences memorable. #lrnchat
09:10:15 pm JaneBozarth: @Carol_LPM Speaks to the fact that we don’t HAVE to remember as much? I remember when we memorized phone #s, like animals. #lrnchat
09:10:30 pm lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:10:36 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:10:41 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:11:06 pm ThomasStone: @jkguard Probably not, but paleo diet isn’t about exactly replicating what they ate back then. Glad you are cooking with coconut! #lrnchat
09:11:12 pm Quinnovator: q3) as mentioned, visual, auditory, or olfactory stimuli can trigger memories. Kinesthetic too (e.g. riding a bike) #lrnchat
09:11:13 pm kelly_smith01: RT @Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:11:17 pm criticallearner: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:11:20 pm Carol_LPM: my new thing is to require learners to remember less and less, and practice and do more and more #lrnchat
09:11:25 pm Dave_Ferguson: @JaneBozarth And state capitals. And major exports of other countries. And the nine, I mean eight, planets.
#lrnchat
09:11:30 pm jess1ecat: @audioswhite glad it’s not just me! My memories seem to be getting misty as time passes, good reason for cpd and refresher L&D? #lrnchat
09:11:30 pm BertBates: @Quinnovator sez: form assoc.s by deeper processing, & physiology helps: emotion, movement… I’d promote “helps” to “is essential” #Lrnchat
09:11:33 pm urbie: @criticallearner #lrnchat taking SERE training in the navy helped me get passed my teens’ years
09:11:35 pm JaneBozarth: Side note RE smell in creating affect: My dentist has receptionist bake fresh cookies all day, and that’s how office smells… #lrnchat
09:11:38 pm tomspiglanin: @jess1ecat q2) actually good elearning apps put the learner at risk of failure. Done well can trigger sense of fear #lrnchat no not smell…
09:11:43 pm ActivateLearn: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:11:43 pm LnDDave: Q3) My memories are usually triggered by some sort of sensory input – a sight, a smell, a sound… #lrnchat
09:11:48 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:12:15 pm Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth they bake cookies in houses for sale, just to trigger good associations! (#sneaky) #lrnchat
09:12:35 pm LauraMattis: RT @JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:12:42 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:12:48 pm JaneBozarth: People unhappy with new huge flat screen TVs -replacing LCDs -triggered memory of people pushing back about installing whiteboards #lrnchat
09:12:49 pm criticallearner: RT @carol_lpm: my new thing is to require learners to remember less and less, and practice and do more and more #lrnchat
09:12:59 pm JaneBozarth: @Quinnovator #works #lrnchat
09:13:00 pm minutebio: Q3) Great memories triggered by old songs (from the 70s) #lrnchat
09:13:03 pm Carol_LPM: q3, triggers. Smells of course but sometimes similar situations and sometimes just a voice in my head says tell this story #lrnchat
09:13:18 pm Dave_Ferguson: @Carol_LPM You’re never going to get anywhere with crazy ideas like that.😉 #lrnchat
09:13:25 pm elearningguy: Sometimes emotion can be a trigger. PSTD sufferers sometimes have this issue with certain states of mind. #lrnchat
09:13:27 pm LnDDave: Q3) There’s a clock that my siblings and I all want passed on to us. It’s chimes transport us to visits at my Grandmother’s house. #lrnchat
09:13:34 pm jess1ecat: @elearningguy can you imagine it, what would you waft for health and safety? #lrnchat
09:13:36 pm JD_Dillon: Q3) All of the senses trigger memories for me, most specifically smell and sound. Disney does an amazing job leveraging this. #lrnchat
09:13:48 pm tomspiglanin: RT @lrnchat: Q3. What triggers memories? When has something triggered a long-ago memory for you? #lrnchat
09:13:54 pm ThomasStone: yes, plus similar emot RT @LnDDave: Q3) My memories are usually triggered by some sort of sensory input – a sight, a smell, a sound #lrnchat
09:14:00 pm LnDDave: RT @Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth they bake cookies in houses for sale, just to trigger good associations! (#sneaky) #lrnchat
09:14:04 pm ActivateLearn: #lrnchat Q3). For me, it’s a smell or music mainly – sometimes words trigger memories for me. Or, other people who remind me @JaneBozarth
09:14:11 pm JaneBozarth: @minutebio oh yes music! #lrnchat
09:14:18 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 the oddest (to others) things trigger recollecting memories.
09:14:25 pm trainersleaders: q3) (What triggers memories?) Think of Proust’s madeleine–it’s sensory & experiential–which helps us in learning #lrnchat
09:14:30 pm LauraMattis: @JaneBozarth For me, seems to be an unexpected moment/experience that triggers a memory (unless I’m taking a test ;)) #lrnchat #lrnchat
09:14:31 pm jess1ecat: RT @Carol_LPM: my new thing is to require learners to remember less and less, and practice and do more and more #lrnchat
09:14:43 pm JaneBozarth: Experience design MT @JD_Dillon: …esp smell and sound. Disney does an amazing job leveraging this. #lrnchat
09:14:49 pm JaneBozarth: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q3 the oddest (to others) things trigger recollecting memories. #lrnchat
09:14:51 pm ThomasStone: Indeed. I have spec. memories from music of 70s, 80s, 90s RT @minutebio: Q3) Great memories triggered by old songs (from the 70s) #lrnchat
09:14:58 pm elearningguy: @jess1ecat I’d have to go auditory for that one. Foley artists do amazing things. #lrnchat
09:15:02 pm Carol_LPM: are we talking about memories or feelings? #lrnchat
09:15:05 pm criticallearner: Q3>#lrnchat Sounds (v. specific, pitches) trigger memories and deja vu (if there is such a thing) for me.
09:15:07 pm kelly_smith01: Speaking of smells I miss the smell of high voltage 16mm and slide projector bulbs. #lrnchat
09:15:11 pm Dave_Ferguson: I wonder (I think) the more widely you’ve encoded something, and the more things encoded, easier memories are to trigger…
#lrnchat
09:15:31 pm LnDDave: Q3) When I cleaned out my parents attic, all sorts of memories were triggered. #lrnchat
09:15:36 pm Dave_Ferguson: …the triggering is a tweaking somewhere in the net of associations. Some are old & deep.
#lrnchat
09:15:44 pm audioswhite: Q3) story telling & sharing. Sometimes food. objects (just cleaned out & sold parents house, many memories triggered by “things” #lrnchat
09:15:46 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 true story: netflix is helping me recall LOTS of memories. Speed-watching Lassie .. “Gramps is trapped in the well. Go get help”
09:15:49 pm tomspiglanin: q3) Sometimes people say things that remind me I know something related – happens here all the time #lrnchat
09:16:11 pm elearningguy: @kelly_smith01 the dust burning off them? #lrnchat
09:16:23 pm LnDDave: Q3) I also find memories triggered when I see my kids pull some of the crap I pulled as a child. #lrnchat
09:16:26 pm jess1ecat: @Carol_LPM me too, imho memories based on passive listening are really weak, people need mental cues from action & chat for recall #lrnchat
09:16:29 pm Dave_Ferguson: @urbie I think Timmie’s folk were well farmers. It’s the only explanation. #lrnchat
09:16:40 pm minutebio: Q3) Recent memory triggered by sound of climbing roller coaster. Helped me remember to put my arms up too. #lrnchat
09:16:46 pm JaneBozarth: Q3 ‘garage smells’ of oil, gas, & transistor radios etc remind me of favorite tinkerer brother no longer with us. Comforting. #lrnchat
09:16:50 pm criticallearner: @jd_dillon #lrnchat oh yeah- the scents at Disney in Orlando in July can trigger powerful memories (and convulsing)
09:17:07 pm ThomasStone: No doubt. Next came eBay? LOL RT @LnDDave: Q3) When I cleaned out my parents attic, all sorts of memories were triggered. #lrnchat
09:17:15 pm minutebio: RT @LnDDave: Q3) I also find memories triggered when I see my kids pull some of the crap I pulled as a child. #lrnchat
09:17:17 pm zulamppo: #lrnchat opera mini nokia c6 01 http://t.co/amRn9hty
09:17:17 pm JaneBozarth: @Dave_Ferguson Dangers of living in South is that it’s confusing when you hear that Timmy’s in a WHALE #lrnchat
09:17:42 pm jess1ecat: @JaneBozarth #lrnchat yes I think you can do that to a degree in a ‘training’ room less so on line although I’m sure the time will come!
09:17:49 pm tomspiglanin: my mom was an awful cook. Doesn’t work for me MT @Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth bake cookies in houses for sale – good associations! #lrnchat”
09:18:00 pm minutebio: RT @LnDDave: Q3)..memories triggered when I see my kids pull some crap I pulled as a child. | & when we respond like our dad did #lrnchat
09:18:09 pm criticallearner: RT @lnddave: Q3) I also find memories triggered when I see my kids pull some of the crap I pulled as a child. #lrnchat
09:18:15 pm kelly_smith01: Locusts in the summer remind me of summers long ago. #lrnchat
09:18:31 pm elearningguy: Q3) Mil trg is good for multiple encoding activities. Sound, body, emotion, action, location… #lrnchat
09:18:37 pm JaneBozarth: @jess1ecat I don’t do any work in training rooms anymore. #2012 #lrnchat
09:18:52 pm Dave_Ferguson: @tomspiglanin I’ll send you my mom’s recipe for shortbread. #lrnchat
09:19:22 pm trainersleaders: On memory & cycles: RT @LnDDave Q3) I also find memories triggered when I see my kids pull some of the crap I pulled as a child. #lrnchat
09:19:24 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 the smell of apricots brings back memories of me n my mom and sisters up in Hollister working summers.
09:19:46 pm cammybean: Hi all. I have no memory of what we’re supposed to be talking about tonight. #lrnchat
09:19:52 pm Dave_Ferguson: On ways to harness memory in virtual learning: why not tell people (or offer info) about stuff that can aid recall? #lrnchat
09:20:00 pm Quinnovator: @tomspiglanin @criticallearner see, they worshipped you so much they gave you burnt offerings! #lrnchat
09:20:07 pm elearningguy: Interesting how memory also seems to revolve around food. Is that emotion an scent? Or more than that? #lrnchat
09:20:22 pm kelly_smith01: I read an RFP where client was converting from DOS – DOS brought back memories of monochrome screens and floppy disks. #lrnchat
09:20:40 pm JaneBozarth: Q3 I’m missing memory here in Durham NC of hot days downtown, sweet curing tobacco in the warehouses. #lrnchat
09:20:47 pm elearningguy: @cammybean <rimshot> #lrnchat
09:20:48 pm Dave_Ferguson: I don’t know if I’m touched or depressed by the faith some corporate training types have in the efficacy of control. #lrnchat
09:20:48 pm cammybean: Q3) I like it when really random memories appear with no seeming connection. e.g., when washing dishes #lrnchat
09:20:50 pm Quinnovator: flip side of food memories: anything you eat and then get upset stomach becomes aversive #lrnchat
09:20:54 pm minutebio: RT @Dave_Ferguson: On ways to harness memory in virtual learning: y not tell people (or offer info) about stuff ..can aid recall? #lrnchat
09:21:05 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q3 and hearing someone say “Duck and Cover” .. gets me started looking for a desk
09:21:15 pm trainersleaders: RT @Dave_Ferguson To harness memory in virtual learning: why not tell people (or offer info) about stuff that can aid recall? #lrnchat
09:21:42 pm Quinnovator: q3) the sound of a siren always makes me nervous😉 #lrnchat
09:21:48 pm criticallearner: RT @quinnovator: flip side of food memories: anything you eat and then get upset stomach becomes aversive #lrnchat > yep
09:21:52 pm lindaurban: Q3: visits with sibs bring back floods of memories #lrnchat
09:21:54 pm kelly_smith01: The Music Man the movie reminds me of family time at the movies from many years ago. #lrnchat
09:21:56 pm elearningguy: @urbie I know that well! #lrnchat
09:21:57 pm JaneBozarth: @Quinnovator YES. I cannot eat sauerkraut to this day over a stomach bug 20 years ago. #lrnchat
09:22:04 pm LnDDave: RT @Quinnovator: q3) the sound of a siren always makes me nervous😉 #lrnchat
09:22:12 pm cammybean: I try to figure out WHY I had a certain memory at a certain time, and sometimes there’s just no (obvious) explanation. #lrnchat
09:22:20 pm fiplotqi: #lrnchat андроид или windows phone http://t.co/UMzB7oDr
09:22:23 pm Dave_Ferguson: @Quinnovator The sounds of air-raid sirens remind me of Detroit, Saturday afternoon, when they’d test ’em… #lrnchat
09:22:24 pm elearningguy: @Quinnovator that’s just a guilty conscience, Clark.😉 #lrnchat
09:22:36 pm JaneBozarth: @kelly_smith01 Amaryllith! #lrnchat
09:22:37 pm Quinnovator: RT @elearningguy: @Quinnovator that’s just a guilty conscience, Clark.😉 #lrnchat < shhh!
09:22:43 pm MMTingley: Q3) Salt air, songs from the 80s, the smell of the flowering privet hedge, and boxwood. #lrnchat
09:22:54 pm Dave_Ferguson: @Quinnovator …of course, that also trained us to assume sirens at any other time meant “huh? why are they testing now?” #lrnchat
09:22:54 pm minutebio: @Dave_Ferguson: Use graphics to aid recall. Smell would b good 2 when we have smell-o-vision #lrnchat
09:23:10 pm JaneBozarth: For many things memory is more like a chain– this song connects to that year connects to that person… #lrnchat
09:23:13 pm elearningguy: @JaneBozarth @quinnovator Ergh. Southern Comfort. Once only. #neveragain #lrnchat
09:23:29 pm kelly_smith01: Mimeograph ink reminds me that it is ether learning or test time. I love the smell of mimeograph in the morning. #lrnchat
09:23:38 pm criticallearner: RT @janebozarth: For many things memory is more like a chain– this song connects to that year connects to that person… #lrnchat
09:24:00 pm JaneBozarth: Have been in my career long enough now to see things beginning to repeat. Lots of current things tap memories. #lrnchat
09:24:02 pm zabariwo: #lrnchat android 2.3 samsung 5800 http://t.co/s5HNTBHG
09:24:05 pm minutebio: Q3) Gr8 trigger – decomposing leaves in New England. However, also reminds me of raking leaves 2 #lrnchat
09:24:20 pm cammybean: @JaneBozarth It’s like six degrees of separation: this moment to that memory. #lrnchat
09:24:21 pm JD_Dillon: A3) It can be difficult/impossible to separate senses triggers from memories. Good and bad effects. #lrnchat
09:24:47 pm jess1ecat: Q3. At the end of the day tho’ I often think why am I remembering that? There’s no clear trigger, some things are just plain random #lrnchat
09:24:47 pm lindaurban: Like this this link that @JaneBozarth posted: http://t.co/xTU6pobl #lrnchat memories provides the framework on which to link new knolwedge
09:24:51 pm LnDDave: Q3) Seeing the crappy 1990 Buick Skylark in a nearby driveway triggers a flood of misadventures I had with my first car. #lrnchat
09:24:52 pm Dave_Ferguson: More than a chain, a net: a given item has many possible links.
#lrnchat
09:24:56 pm MMTingley: Q3) Also, oddly, the Sopranos. Grew up in same area of NJ. Must have recognized some reference in nearly every episode. #lrnchat
09:25:08 pm JaneBozarth: “Memory is a crazy woman who hoards colored rags and throws away food.” ~ Austen O’Malley #lrnchat
09:25:10 pm Carol_LPM: tying learning tightly to their context helps them remember, but we should be careful that we require only what they have to remem #lrnchat
09:25:14 pm criticallearner: Q3 #lrnchat Apple crisp will forever be associated with my dad’s mom. It was just her thing. I never pass up ordering it in a restaurant.
09:25:24 pm lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:25:32 pm trainersleaders: On the theme of what evokes memories: RT @JaneBozarth It’s like six degrees of separation: this moment to that memory #lrnchat
09:25:36 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:25:39 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:25:47 pm JaneBozarth: RT @jess1ecat: … I often think why am I remembering that? There’s no clear trigger, some things are just plain random #lrnchat
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09:25:54 pm lindaurban: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:25:56 pm ActivateLearn: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:26:09 pm elearningguy: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:26:10 pm criticallearner: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:26:14 pm cammybean: RT @jess1ecat: Q3. At the end of the day tho I often think why am I remembering that? […]just plain random > Exactly! #lrnchat
09:26:21 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:26:36 pm JaneBozarth: See Heath & Heath’s “Made to Stick” btw… #lrnchat
09:26:46 pm Dave_Ferguson: Retrieval/reuse reprocesses memories–strengthens them, but also changes them. #lrnchat
09:26:54 pm LnDDave: Q4) I try to tell stories. When my dad died, I told all sorts of stories to my kids hoping they help them remember him. #lrnchat
09:26:56 pm cammybean: q4) To get something to stick: relive it, rethink it, retell it. #lrnchat
09:26:57 pm Quinnovator: q4) lots of mnemonic tricks: locate around a familiar place, couple physiological components #lrnchat
09:27:00 pm ActivateLearn: #lrnchat Q3). Age old question. Spent INORDINATE amount of time memorising biochemistry cycles at university – all for NOTHING. Remember zip
09:27:07 pm criticallearner: Q4> #lrnchat From a practical “design” standpoint- what prompt in the application domain can be used as a trigger.
09:27:11 pm lindaurban: Q4. Find ways to retrieve something – then it becomes more retrievable, ready to be built on. So – use what you want to remember. #lrnchat
09:27:12 pm Quinnovator: q4) one that seems key to me is to ‘make it meaningful’ #lrnchat
09:27:16 pm LnDDave: RT @cammybean: q4) To get something to stick: relive it, rethink it, retell it. #lrnchat
09:27:21 pm LnDDave: RT @Quinnovator: q4) lots of mnemonic tricks: locate around a familiar place, couple physiological components #lrnchat
09:27:29 pm elearningguy: @JaneBozarth @jess1ecat maybe that’s the answer to Q4? Be more aware of what was going on when the memory cropped up? #moretriggers #lrnchat
09:27:49 pm Carol_LPM: it sticks if you have a place for it to live (a place to stick it) #lrnchat
09:27:58 pm criticallearner: Q4 #lrnchat repeat and prompt (original prompt) to aid recall.
09:28:10 pm LauraMattis: @lrnchat Be present, be engaged, be open, be focused on the moment/person/experience, be appreciative, be grateful. #lrnchat
09:28:16 pm ActivateLearn: #lrnchat Q3). I write things down, take a photo, blog or make a note of it. If it triggers emotional response it’s recalled instantly
09:28:17 pm elearningguy: but try not to reshape it? “@cammybean: q4) To get something to stick: relive it, rethink it, retell it. #lrnchat”
09:28:23 pm kasey428: RT @Carol_LPM: it sticks if you have a place for it to live (a place to stick it) #lrnchat
09:28:26 pm trainersleaders: q4) (What makes something “stick”?) I’m with the Heath Bros here: story & more: http://t.co/bsGTObNA #lrnchat
09:28:28 pm kelly_smith01: Q4) Notes – writing out thoughts on paper in theme notebooks (1.00 @ Target while supplies last) to-do lists, plans #lrnchat
09:28:29 pm JD_Dillon: A4) Tie important info to emotions. Limit need for memorization to small chunks, support with details. #lrnchat
09:28:30 pm criticallearner: RT @quinnovator: q4) one that seems key to me is to ‘make it meaningful’ #lrnchat > Oh yes, there’s that relevance thing which helps.
09:28:39 pm JaneBozarth: Heath/Heath: Simple, Unexpected , Credible, Concrete, Emotional, with Story = it sticks #lrnchat
09:28:40 pm LnDDave: Q4) Tell the story in writing; I tend to remember a great deal of what I’ve written. #lrnchat
09:28:51 pm LauraMattis: Yes, this greatly helps me! RT @criticallearner: Q4 #lrnchat repeat and prompt (original prompt) to aid recall. #lrnchat
09:29:10 pm cammybean: @elearningguy I’m not sure that it’s possible to not reshape something… #lrnchat
09:29:10 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q4. So: How can we strengthen our memories? What makes something “stick” or positions it for recall? #lrnchat
09:29:16 pm kasey428: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Tell the story in writing; I tend to remember a great deal of what Ive written. #lrnchat
09:29:17 pm Quinnovator: q4) cf Joshua Foer’s Moonwalking with Einstein for tales of memory feats, but raw memory typically isn’t our barrier, it’s applying #lrnchat
09:29:22 pm JaneBozarth: @LnDDave yes writing it down, blogging it, reflective work, etc helps that #lrnchat
09:29:24 pm JD_Dillon: A4) Remember that memory at work is just like memory at home. People can’t remember everything! #lrnchat
09:29:36 pm lindaurban: Q4. Reflect on stuff. Write about it. When spend time with ideas, they become more readily available/retrievable #lrnchat
09:29:44 pm cammybean: Oh great, now the neighbors are having a loud fight and I have a memory of why I dislike them so much. #lrnchat
09:29:46 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 considering that i’ve had years to learn (now) useless and out-dated stuff i’m focusing more on forgetting..
09:29:46 pm ActivateLearn: Q4). Strangely, I remember more when it is actually hand written on a note than on a PC, or note on iPhone or electronic device! #lrnchat
09:30:01 pm Quinnovator: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Tell the story in writing; I tend to remember a great deal of what I’ve written. #lrnchat < reprocessing is valuable
09:30:05 pm elearningguy: Q4) this is like listening to some folks doing the “where were you when you heard about JFK?” location seems to be a big trigger #lrnchat
09:30:18 pm JaneBozarth: @JD_Dillon and they shouldn’t have to. We need to make things easier to FIND so people don’t have to remember. #lrnchat
09:30:20 pm LnDDave: I’ve spent a good amount of energy today thinking about telling people where they could stick things… Wait, wrong topic. Sorry. #lrnchat
09:30:24 pm Dave_Ferguson: 1/2 “Forgetting can be caused by failures at any of these stages: poor encoding, insufficient consolidation, … #lrnchat
09:30:28 pm JD_Dillon: A4) Allow people to use their own methods to take in and synthesize info. #lrnchat
09:30:36 pm Quinnovator: q4) I diagram to understand, which is a reprocessing that helps me remember #lrnchat
09:30:37 pm elearningguy: “@kelly_smith01: Q4) Notes – writing out thoughts on paper in theme notebooks ($1 @ Target while supplies last) to-do lists, plans #lrnchat”
09:30:38 pm lindaurban: @ActivateLearn Me too – if I write it on a piece of paper, can often visualize that piece of paper! #lrnchat
09:30:43 pm ThomasStone: Q4) In a broad, foundational way… proper nutrition will help strengthen memories (and the brain in general) #lrnchat
09:30:51 pm criticallearner: MT @quinnovator: Joshua Foer’s Moonwalking w/ Einstein 4 tales of memory feats. Raw memory isn’t our barrier, it’s applying #lrnchat
09:30:55 pm chris_saeger: RT @JaneBozarth: Heath/Heath: Simple, Unexpected , Credible, Concrete, Emotional, with Story = it sticks #lrnchat
09:30:58 pm Dave_Ferguson: 2/2 “…or difficulties in retrieval [in recall or in recognition].” http://t.co/7kDeYEDv #lrnchat
09:30:59 pm kelly_smith01: I’ve tried mind maps -or what my mind calls mind maps #lrnchat
09:31:14 pm Carol_LPM: kind of needs nurturing, write or talk about it and let it assimilate #lrnchat
09:31:14 pm LauraMattis: Write it down (or type it), will help commit to memory. I keep notes on my iPhone when someone says something that resonates w/me. #lrnchat
09:31:24 pm criticallearner: RT @janebozarth: @JD_Dillon and they shouldn’t have to. We need to make things easier to FIND so people don’t have to remember. #lrnchat
09:31:27 pm kasey428: Q4) If it is important, I associate a song, a poem, a metaphor to trigger the memory. #lrnchat
09:31:29 pm JD_Dillon: @JaneBozarth you mean 15 SharePoint sites and 834 PDFs won’t do it? #lrnchat
09:31:36 pm Quinnovator: q4) learn latin and programming, exercise for the brain! (Ok, NOT!🙂 #lrnchat
09:31:43 pm elearningguy: I think you’re right. How to avoid distortion? “@cammybean: @elearningguy I’m not sure it’s possible to not reshape something… #lrnchat”
09:31:58 pm LnDDave: Q4) I have hours of video of my dad TELLING his stories, so I don’t have to worry about forgetting them. #lrnchat
09:32:06 pm Quinnovator: RT @kelly_smith01: I’ve tried mind maps -or what my mind calls mind maps #lrnchat <🙂
09:32:07 pm MMTingley: Q4) Used to have great memory, at my age now I have to write things down. Tough, b/c if I’m writing, it’s hard for me to listen. #lrnchat
09:32:08 pm kasey428: RT @Quinnovator: q4) learn latin and programming, exercise for the brain! (Ok, NOT!🙂 #lrnchat
09:32:09 pm criticallearner: Q4 #lrnchat all this talk about memory reminds me of the famous Einstein tale about his phone number…
09:32:18 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 basically i think making SOLID memories starts with encoding .. attaching something emotional (fun) to the experience helps lots
09:32:31 pm chris_saeger: @Dave_Ferguson I like how you did your pre-work 4 tonight, impressive #lrnchat
09:32:40 pm criticallearner: RT @thomasstone: Q4) In a broad, foundational way… proper nutrition will help strengthen memories (and the brain in general) #lrnchat >YES
09:32:41 pm trainersleaders: q4 cont) (What makes something “stick”?) Frances Yates book on the memory palace is a rich resource: http://t.co/wGIDkjhD
#lrnchat
09:32:43 pm Quinnovator: q4) reprocessing: associating, conceptualizing, contextualizing, applying #lrnchat
09:32:46 pm cammybean: In order for it to be a memory, you need to remember it. #lrnchat
09:32:49 pm JaneBozarth: RT @LnDDave: Q4) I have hours of video of my dad TELLING his stories, so I dont have to worry about forgetting them. #lrnchat
09:32:54 pm MMTingley: Love that! RT @LnDDave: Q4) I have hours of video of my dad TELLING his stories #lrnchat
09:32:59 pm jess1ecat: Q4. HaRD q. I went to a memorial service today. I can’t recall a thing from my i’view with him which started me out on my career #lrnchat
09:33:14 pm JaneBozarth: @chris_saeger I expect @Dave_Ferguson knew there’d be a quiz. #lrnchat
09:33:15 pm ActivateLearn: @LnDDave What a great idea – you videotaped them? I’d have to follow my dad around as he drops pearlers at bizarre times #lrnchat
09:33:17 pm JaneBozarth: RT @cammybean: In order for it to be a memory, you need to remember it. #lrnchat
09:33:28 pm criticallearner: Q4 #lrnchat Again from Medina (and others) Health/exercise goes a LONG way to fortify mental faculties (including memory).
09:33:33 pm Dave_Ferguson: @chris_saeger Thank @janebozarth for the idea of gathering resources & making available… #lrnchat
09:33:42 pm ThomasStone: I’m curious… what types of things do you “over-remember”? That is, beyond their use to you? Most are things I enjoy, but still… #lrnchat
09:34:04 pm Quinnovator: @cammybean I forget, what did you say? #lrnchat
09:34:14 pm Dave_Ferguson: @chris_saeger …I also have a whole shelf full of this stuff (and an email reply from Eric Kandel). #lrnchat
09:34:34 pm kelly_smith01: What does “corners of my mind” mean? #lrnchat
09:34:38 pm jess1ecat: Q4… and that should have stuck really it was such an important life moment, not everything sticks despite being really important #lrnchat
09:34:44 pm ActivateLearn: @criticallearner Q4). Righto. It’s next on my reading list. If I remember…#lrnchat
09:34:45 pm ThomasStone: For me, it is music lyrics, movie/tv quotes (e.g., Seinfeld, Star Wars), baseball statistics, and so on. What about you? #lrnchat
09:35:06 pm JaneBozarth: @ThomasStone Rosie O’Donnell used to talk about useless memories stuck in her head… like old TV commercial jingles #lrnchat
09:35:07 pm Dave_Ferguson: @ActivateLearn I recorded conversations w/ my parents & put them onto a family story blog. #lrnchat
09:35:17 pm LnDDave: RE my dad: He had cancer, so we knew his time was short. The videos were valuable and therapeutic in many ways. #lrnchat
09:35:24 pm chris_saeger: RT @Dave_Ferguson: Thank @janebozarth for the idea of gathering resources & making available. <thanks Jane they’re great #lrnchat
09:35:27 pm trainersleaders: Yes! Writing as a memory tool: RT @LnDDave Q4) Tell the story in writing; I tend to remember a great deal of what I’ve written #lrnchat
09:35:31 pm Quinnovator: @kelly_smith01 corners of your mind: lint, dust, cobwebs? #lrnchat
09:35:37 pm cammybean: @Quinnovator I have no f*ing idea what I just said. #lrnchat
09:35:38 pm Tracy_Parish: RT @LnDDave: NEW POST – Preparing for the mLearn Conference Backchannel #mLearnCon – http://t.co/082RWXhw #elearning #mlearning #lrnchat
09:35:47 pm elearningguy: RT @LnDDave: RE my dad: He had cancer, so we knew his time was short. The videos were valuable and therapeutic in many ways. #lrnchat
09:35:48 pm lindaurban: Have been thinking bout what it takes to learn ideas from diff disciplines/paradigms. Sometimes what’s remembered, gets in the way. #lrnchat
09:36:00 pm Quinnovator: @cammybean I resemble that remark #lrnchat
09:36:11 pm JaneBozarth: @chris_saeger thank you we aim to LEARN here in LRNchat, see? #lrnchat
09:36:17 pm ActivateLearn: @Dave_Ferguson Okay, this is something that I simply MUST do. I was getting worried about losing my mum’s Greek cooking recipes. #lrnchat
09:36:18 pm Tracy_Parish: Why does life keep interfering with my #lrnchat time?
09:36:19 pm criticallearner: RT @thomasstone: curious… what things do you “over-remember”? That is, beyond their use to you? #lrnchat >TV/Movie stuff.
09:36:20 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 then again, maybe fun isn’t required .. i have VIVID memories of some stuff in the Navy; sheer terror (.1%) + boredom (99.9%) ..
09:36:25 pm Dave_Ferguson: @ThomasStone I’ve got altar boy Latin, lyrics to a song in Zulu, “La cigale et la fourmi” by La Fontaine.
#lrnchat
09:36:32 pm Quinnovator: RT @JaneBozarth: @chris_saeger thank you we aim to LEARN here in LRNchat, see? #lrnchat < heresy
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09:36:42 pm JaneBozarth: Yes @lindaurban UNremembering and UNlearning is very hard. It’s like unseeing. #lrnchat
09:36:56 pm cammybean: @Quinnovator I remember that my grandmother used to always say that. #lrnchat
09:37:01 pm JaneBozarth: @urbie I don’t think it’s only fun but any strong emotion, maybe? #lrnchat
09:37:03 pm ActivateLearn: @Dave_Ferguson I’ve got a massive task ahead of me now but what a great idea! They’ll love it too. Thanks for that. #lrnchat
09:37:14 pm jess1ecat: @ActivateLearn #lrnchat we were talking abt that at work last week. We might be losing attachment or cognition by ditching the paper notes!
09:37:29 pm ThomasStone: @criticallearner Good that he notes this, thought I suspect he doesn’t know a lot about proper nutrition. Actually, few do. #lrnchat
09:37:34 pm trainersleaders: Addendum to thought from @LnDDave: When we write something, we make it our own. #lrnchat
09:37:48 pm cammybean: The life-threatening stuff is usually easy to remember… #lrnchat
09:37:54 pm kelly_smith01: My dad (87) has been journaling – sort of like Joan Didion – free form – time jumping #lrnchat
09:37:59 pm lindaurban: @JaneBozarth Yes – and hard too, to stretch learning to accommodate very different angle. Reshape knowledge – tricky to do #lrnchat
09:38:17 pm ActivateLearn: @urbie Another Navy person! My memories thankfully all good there but agree with the boredom bits (but remember the warry spinning) #lrnchat
09:38:23 pm Dave_Ferguson: @ActivateLearn It’s one story at a time. That you can do. Like this: http://t.co/ccVBhuDC #lrnchat
09:38:34 pm jess1ecat: @ActivateLearn #lrnchat I think it’s to do with act of writing something down and then placing it? Digital isn’t great at that yet.
09:38:48 pm Quinnovator: @cammybean it was a line from Norm Crosby, a comic who’s shtick was to mangle sayings #lrnchat
09:38:53 pm cammybean: Steven Johnson’s book “Mind Wide Open” (if I’m remembering that right) has a lot of good info on the brain and memory. #lrnchat
09:38:55 pm elearningguy: @JaneBozarth @lindaurban the prev posted podcast link talked about research to help people UNremember painful things. Fascinating. #lrnchat
09:38:57 pm Dave_Ferguson: @LnDdave: Or, as the fortune cookie said, the strongest memory is weaker than the palest ink. #lrnchat
09:39:09 pm LnDDave: Q4) Sometimes I find myself closing my eyes and taking a mental picture, capturing each individual sense of the moment. #lrnchat
09:39:10 pm urbie: @ActivateLearn #lrnchat yep .. Naval Security Group .. i been out 29 years .. memories of my 1st PCS (Diego Garcia) are so vivid/colorful.
09:39:11 pm Quinnovator: @cammybean which means, I guess, that I’m almost as old as your grandmother? (oh, the pain) #lrnchat
09:39:17 pm ActivateLearn: @jess1ecat #lrnchat – Scary. I feel that my attention spanning is decreasing rapidly. Or it could be age…I just can’t keep up anymore!
09:39:20 pm criticallearner: RT @urbie: #lrnchat Q4 then again, maybe fun isn’t required .. i have VIVID memories of some stuff in the Navy; sheer terror (.1%) +…
09:39:22 pm ThomasStone: RT @JaneBozarth: Yes @lindaurban UNremembering and UNlearning is very hard. It’s like unseeing. #lrnchat
09:39:40 pm Dave_Ferguson: @jess1ecat I did a LOT of handwritten notes while reading “Ten Steps to Complex Learning,” then reprocessed into blog posts. #lrnchat
09:39:46 pm Quinnovator: RT @LnDDave: Q4) find myself closing my eyes and taking a mental picture, capturing individual sense of the moment. #lrnchat < wow, cool!
09:39:46 pm Tracy_Parish: I’ve seen books here lately that prompt kids/parents/gdprts to ask questions of each other and the stories get recorded on the book #lrnchat
09:39:52 pm criticallearner: RT @janebozarth: Yes @lindaurban UNremembering and UNlearning is very hard. It’s like unseeing. #lrnchat >So many things I’d pay to…
09:39:54 pm cammybean: (And then I had to go look at the book to see if I was remembering it correctly. I was!) #lrnchat
09:39:58 pm AlisonSeaman: RT @cammybean: q4) To get something to stick: relive it, rethink it, retell it. #lrnchat
09:40:03 pm JffZllr: Q4) memory improves with context. Helps to ‘prime the pump’ #lrnchat
09:40:07 pm tomspiglanin: Sorry all, had to duck out, house guests and it’s #cocktail time #lrnchat
09:40:17 pm kelly_smith01: RT @JffZllr: Q4) memory improves with context. Helps to ‘prime the pump’ #lrnchat
09:40:20 pm cammybean: @Quinnovator Nah – not a comment on your age. I just love that saying! #lrnchat
09:40:31 pm lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:40:32 pm AlisonSeaman: RT @Quinnovator: RT @LnDDave: Q4) Tell the story in writing; I tend to remember a great deal of what I’ve written. #lrnchat < reprocessing is valuable
09:40:39 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:40:46 pm JaneBozarth: RT @kelly_smith01: RT @JffZllr: Q4) memory improves with context. Helps to prime the pump #lrnchat
09:40:54 pm criticallearner: @thomasstone #lrnchat I think he knows, but the habits don’t reflect that he puts them into practice (think that’s more common)
09:40:56 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:41:03 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q4 quick, before i forget: one thing I don’t recall (no pun) in my memory experience are “Knowledge Checks”. Why is that?
09:41:03 pm cammybean: @LndDave My husband always reminds me and the kids to “Take a picture with your mind.” #lrnchat
09:41:16 pm jess1ecat: @Dave_Ferguson I agree blogging does add some of those triggers in #lrnchat
09:41:16 pm Tracy_Parish: Oh they are from Hallmark. http://t.co/UsWYLBEk #lrnchat
09:41:28 pm minutebio: Q5) Hopefully they will leave remembering something:) #lrnchat
09:41:29 pm JaneBozarth: RT @lrnchat Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:41:38 pm cammybean: q5) Just remembering something doesn’t mean that you’ll actually DO anything with that information. To learn you need to synthesize #lrnchat
09:41:43 pm Dave_Ferguson: To me, “learning” has some dimension of application. “Memory” could just be retrieval. #lrnchat
09:42:00 pm LnDDave: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:42:00 pm lindaurban: Been reading bout how 2 make “mental jottings” when observing situations, in order 2 later write up fieldnotes. Storing cues, 4 l8r #lrnchat
09:42:03 pm Quinnovator: q5) I reckon ‘rote’ memory <> learning, but contextualized, applied remembering = learning #lrnchat
09:42:07 pm ActivateLearn: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:42:18 pm lindaurban: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:42:19 pm Quinnovator: RT @Dave_Ferguson: To me, “learning” has some dimension of application. “Memory” could just be retrieval. #lrnchat
09:42:21 pm Carol_LPM: I think remembering spans the distance between the lesson and applying it. (sounds goofy but I think it is true) #lrnchat
09:42:26 pm criticallearner: Q4 #lrnchat @LnDDave When I try to take a mental picture, the flash often doesn’t go off.
09:42:34 pm LnDDave: RT @Dave_Ferguson: To me, “learning” has some dimension of application. “Memory” could just be retrieval. #lrnchat
09:42:34 pm trainersleaders: q5) (Role of memory in learning?) For starters, it seems there can be no learning without memory. #lrnchat
09:42:46 pm minutebio: Q5) If associate/tie new knowledge with a memory will help it stick #lrnchat
09:42:46 pm ThomasStone: Q5) I’ll reiterate my earlier pt: that many of my earliest memories stuck because they were important learning moments. #lrnchat
09:43:02 pm Dave_Ferguson: @Quinnovator Yes — and some rote is fine. Don’t want to look up times tables or grammar of your native language all the time. #lrnchat
09:43:09 pm Quinnovator: q5) tho’ don’t buy ‘stealth learning’, reckon need explicit reflection/abstraction to facilitate transfer #lrnchat
09:43:09 pm BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:43:15 pm kelly_smith01: Q50 Remembering may have a context (or a degree of context) – Learning has a context. #lrnchat
09:43:15 pm ActivateLearn: Q5) NOT! Years of useless biochemistry cycles lay testimony to that. My academic years in Organic chemistry and I remembered zip #lrnchat
09:43:16 pm elearningguy: Agreed. Try, try, try again “@Dave_Ferguson: To me, “learning” has some dimension of application. “Memory” cld just be retrieval. #lrnchat”
09:43:18 pm cammybean: q5) Can remember to got to bed early today, but if I don’t act on that memory then I haven’t learned a darn thing. #lrnchat
09:43:23 pm criticallearner: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:43:25 pm minutebio: RT @ThomasStone: Q5) Ill reiterate my earlier pt: many of my earliest memories stuck because they were important learning moments. #lrnchat
09:43:35 pm chris_saeger: Q5) memory supports learning. learning=new or building, memory enables the process #lrnchat
09:43:36 pm JaneBozarth: RT @ThomasStone: Q5) Ill reiterate my earlier pt:many of my earliest memories stuck because they were important learning moments. #lrnchat
09:43:49 pm trainersleaders: q5 cont) (Role of memory in learning): Learning without memory is like an ocean without water #lrnchat
09:43:53 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat Q5> Remember can be learning, but often at a very very low rung of the ladder.
09:43:54 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:44:08 pm minutebio: RT @chris_saeger: Q5) memory supports learning. learning=new or building, memory enables the process #lrnchat
09:44:08 pm JffZllr: 2 memory modes- memory recall like pulling book off the shelf #lrnchat
09:44:09 pm LnDDave: Q5) Memory is only learning if the memory is applied to current context. #lrnchat
09:44:20 pm MMTingley: @urbie Don’t remember Knowledge Checks for the same reason standardized tests don’t really measure learning. #lrnchat
09:44:23 pm JaneBozarth: @urbie @criticallearner I don’t know, ask David. Audiobooks not my thing. #Convertible #HardToHearAt80mph #lrnchat
09:44:41 pm Quinnovator: @Dave_Ferguson automation of what *has* to be in the head, yes, but too often could be in the world, not in the head #lrnchat
09:44:41 pm Dave_Ferguson: @ActivateLearn Eventually, then, chemistry will fade from storage, as two entire courses of calculus have for me… #lrnchat
09:44:51 pm lindaurban: @elearningguy Not link , but book: Writing Ethnographic Fieldnotes, Emerson, Fretz, & Shaw 2011 (Quite interesting & readable) #lrnchat
09:44:53 pm cammybean: And when we really learn something, we encode that knowledge more deeply – so it’s easier to remember… #lrnchat
09:44:55 pm ActivateLearn: @urbie Nice! I was in the Royal Australian Navy as an Officer. 10 years in Perm Navy, 11 years in Reserve. Lots of good memories! #lrnchat
09:44:58 pm JffZllr: And memory immersion – like remembering grandma’s kitchen #lrnchat
09:45:17 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat Q5 Why “Jeopardy” and “Are U Smarter than a 5th Grader” piss me off. Memorizing facts I don’t need, isn’t a signed of “learnedness”
09:45:18 pm Carol_LPM: hmmm. I am thinking radical thoughts. I don’t think the important thing is what is remembered but rather change in behavior. #lrnchat
09:45:19 pm ThomasStone: @criticallearner Maybe, but I was making a different point. Much of mainstream nutrition expertise is *wrong*, hence my skepticism #lrnchat
09:45:20 pm JaneBozarth: RT @Dave_Ferguson: Eventually, then, chemistry will fade from storage, as two entire courses of calculus have for me… #lrnchat
09:45:31 pm codinghorror: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:45:41 pm Dave_Ferguson: @Quinnovator Oh, absolutely. May be value in, e.g., memorizing all of Shakespeare, but not for most folks. #lrnchat
09:45:44 pm elearningguy: Q5) saw a twt today abt “accelerated learning”. Doesn’t it happen when
It happens? #lrnchat
09:45:44 pm urbie: @ActivateLearn #lrnchat talk about taking a stroll down memory lane: I have fond memories of an ASW flight to the Keelings. So many newts!
09:45:50 pm kelly_smith01: Q5) I recall things mt 3rd grade teacher said – if she is still living I think she is older than the Oreo (invented in 1912). #lrnchat
09:45:56 pm ActivateLearn: @Dave_Ferguson Yes, all those organic chemistry reactions….gone! Useless, irrelevant, should have spent my time on other things.#lrnchat
09:45:57 pm AlisonSeaman: RT @cammybean: And when we really learn something, we encode that knowledge more deeply – so it’s easier to remember… #lrnchat
09:46:02 pm Dave_Ferguson: @JaneBozarth I tried, I really did. Talked to prof often. I think I got a C out of kindness. #lrnchat
09:46:13 pm tomspiglanin: “@Quinnovator: @tomspiglanin @criticallearner see, they worshipped you so much they gave you burnt offerings! #lrnchat” LOL
09:46:18 pm cammybean: @Dave_Ferguson Eventually EVERYTHING fades from storage… #lrnchat
09:46:21 pm JaneBozarth: @Dave_Ferguson Have taken Standard First Aid 3X & remember not one thing. But I’ve got an iPhone app for that now. #lrnchat
09:46:38 pm urbie: #lrnchat Q5 i think memory is the database, where everything is stored. how to trigger recall, that’s the thing.
09:46:42 pm Dave_Ferguson: @ActivateLearn I look on the non-retention of calculus as free space for valuable stuff like lyrics in langs I don’t speak. #lrnchat
09:46:46 pm Quinnovator: @elearningguy reckon we *can* optimize more than we do, but then there’s the hype/buzzword factor #lrnchat
09:46:57 pm tomspiglanin: @Quinnovator @criticallearner Mom couldn’t let a well-cooled turkey alone. Even the pop up timer was dry. #lrnchat
09:47:00 pm jess1ecat: @trainersleaders #lrnchat q5 “Learning without memory is like an ocean without water” Learning without action is like a bike without wheels?
09:47:10 pm JaneBozarth: @kelly_smith01 Little Known Zobarth Fact: dad worked for Kellogg in Battle Creek MI & was there for invention of the Rice Krispie. #lrnchat
09:47:15 pm lindaurban: Sometimes, best thing is to remember where to find the info (externally) #lrnchat
09:47:24 pm jayson_r: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:47:24 pm Dave_Ferguson: And @cammybean can testify that I know how to sing the national anthem of Liechtenstein. Talk about useful skill! #lrnchat
09:47:28 pm JffZllr: Q5) I think applying memory is first part of learning #lrnchat
09:47:31 pm ActivateLearn: @urbie True. I recall my mates, the stories, the laughter, the pranks, the joys and woes of cleaning, ceremonies, parades, training #lrnchat
09:48:12 pm jkguard: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:48:15 pm minutebio: Q5) Memory can help remind us on what NOT to do (again) and how to better apply what we r learning 2day. #lrnchat
09:48:19 pm jess1ecat: @Carol_LPM #lrnchat Exactly, otherwise it’s a nice thing to do but doesn’t make much difference!
09:48:20 pm JaneBozarth: And another thing: I don’t need to know the state capitals. I need to know where the biggest airport is. #UselessSchoolStuff #lrnchat
09:48:21 pm ThomasStone: @ActivateLearn Funny, b/c given my major interest in nutrition in recent years, I wish I had a memorized base of biochem knowledge #lrnchat
09:48:26 pm jutwinri: #lrnchat htc sensation руководство пользователя http://t.co/2xXpLutg
09:48:32 pm Quinnovator: q5) we can do better about deciding what must be in the head versus what can be in the world (inspired by @JaneBozarth) #lrnchat
09:48:40 pm JaneBozarth: RT @BertBates: Teaching something youre trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:48:47 pm JD_Dillon: A5) Memory is not learning. Learning includes context, synthesis, and application, can be absent from memory. #lrnchat
09:48:49 pm kelly_smith01: I always have Kahn Academy and TVland (nostalgia TV network) to refresh critical knowledge. #lrnchat
09:48:49 pm JaneBozarth: When did @bertbates get here? #lrnchat
09:48:51 pm elearningguy: @Quinnovator I think I prefer that term. Will have to share the post that irked me with the “acceleration” angle. #lrnchat
09:48:56 pm zacaj_: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:49:07 pm cammybean: @Dave_Ferguson So why is that something that you’ve remembered? #lrnchat
09:49:21 pm urbie: @ActivateLearn #lrnchat omg yes: i got so good at machete-ing on DG. Jungles grow so fast.
09:49:30 pm Dave_Ferguson: @ActivateLearn More or less joking about the free-up space, but the brain is very plastic that way; expands, contracts. #lrnchat
09:49:35 pm ActivateLearn: @ThomasStone I would have gladly given you what I learned om exchange for L&D knowledge, but I remember nothing about biochem sadly #lrnchat
09:49:35 pm cammybean: Why do some people have better memories than others? #lrnchat
09:49:37 pm BertBates: We tell Head First authors that they must trigger some emotion to get their readers’ brains to remember – we generalize : ) #lrnchat
09:49:46 pm elearningguy: @ActivateLearn @urbie Same with my Cdn Army days. Oh, the parades…. #lrnchat
09:49:49 pm kelly_smith01: @JaneBozarth PS I had a uncle who claimed he created the mold for some of the Mars candy bars. #lrnchat
09:49:59 pm JaneBozarth: @BertBates I found another company that doesn’t want money: G. Wiz Children’s Science Museum in Sarasota, FL. #lrnchat
09:50:02 pm simbeckhampson: Memory: #lrnchat. My pennies worth & today’s hot tip, review @gqueues = GTD, Tasks, Curation, Scheduling, Collaboration – night all.
09:50:23 pm Dave_Ferguson: @cammybean I remember the place, the weather, and especially the anticipated first meeting of a virtual colleague. Lotsa hooks. #lrnchat
09:50:27 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean Good Q. My husband’s memory is scary accurate and detailed. #lrnchat
09:50:38 pm lindaurban: I do wonder about that! Sometimes seems like magic RT @cammybean: Why do some people have better memories than others? #lrnchat
09:50:40 pm elearningguy: @cammybean “Brain Fitness” #lrnchat
09:50:44 pm ThomasStone: yes, the value of performance support RT @lindaurban: Sometimes, best thing is to remember where to find the info (externally) #lrnchat
09:50:46 pm chris_saeger: @Dave_Ferguson First Aid, research shows U get same results by calling 911 and they will talk u through it, good perf. support #lrnchat
09:50:52 pm jess1ecat: RT @minutebio: Q5) Memory can help remind us on what NOT to do (again) and how to better apply what we r learning 2day. #lrnchat
09:50:54 pm ActivateLearn: @urbie I was an expert brass polisher and parade boot spit polisher. That’s my claim to fame in the RAN. #lrnchat
09:51:03 pm jmsalcido: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:51:41 pm urbie: #lrnchat strengthening memories requires practice. and a good location. practice and location. and perseverance. having an iPad nearby helps
09:51:53 pm JaneBozarth: Surprise makes things stick == breaking the pattern. You remember the exception. #lrnchat
09:52:24 pm JaneBozarth: @urbie yes, you can train for/learn to build a better memory. #lrnchat
09:52:24 pm ActivateLearn: @Dave_Ferguson Thankful for that! #lrnchat
09:52:28 pm cammybean: @Dave_Ferguson But why did you choose to commit the Liechtenstein Nat’l Anthem to memory? #lrnchat
09:52:28 pm Carol_LPM: we now have the technology for real perf support. We don’t have to remember #lrnchat
09:52:54 pm Dave_Ferguson: Surprise makes things stick. Success makes things stick. Struggle that doesn’t over-frustrate makes things stick. #lrnchat
09:52:55 pm Quinnovator: @JaneBozarth @cammybean lass’ friend has scary good memory, also some learning/motor probs. Tradeoffs are sometimes seen #lrnchat
09:53:21 pm cammybean: @elearningguy Yes, brain fitness. But I think some people just innately remember better. Maybe they pay more attention. #lrnchat
09:53:27 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean there’s repetition. I’m Just a Bill on Capitol Hill, for instance… #lrnchat
09:53:30 pm Dave_Ferguson: Struggle that DOES over-frustrate makes you feel you’re a lit major in calculus class. And hinders learning. #lrnchat
09:53:34 pm ThomasStone: I’ll be the second to mention GTD (David Allen) tonight… great stuff for lessening the need to remember so much. Check it out! #lrnchat
09:53:43 pm urbie: #lrnchat standout BrainRules take-away is the role oxygenation plays in learning. Brains suck it up. We should be doing aerobics in class.
09:53:47 pm criticallearner: RT @jd_dillon: A5) Memory is not learning. Learning includes context, synthesis, and application, can be absent from memory. #lrnchat NICE!
09:53:47 pm Dave_Ferguson: @cammybean Twitter does not have enough characters for the explanation. #lrnchat
09:53:47 pm kkruse: RT @jkguard: RT @lrnchat: Q5. What is the role of memory in learning? Does “remembering” = “learning”? Why/why not? #lrnchat
09:53:57 pm kelly_smith01: When I was in 3rd grade they played a record where the spelling of the words were sung out – then we would sing – didn’t take. #lrnchat
09:54:04 pm cammybean: @JaneBozarth Is your husband just wired that way? Does he pay more attention? Is it the structure of the brain? #lrnchat
09:54:06 pm jess1ecat: Time for bed #lrnchat, thanks for the chats. See you soon.
09:54:07 pm Quinnovator: @ActivateLearn @elearningguy there’s something about ritual and shared hardship that helps cement experiences #lrnchat
09:54:22 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean MrDrJane says of himself he’s a bad listener but he’s very observant. #lrnchat
09:54:28 pm minutebio: RT @JaneBozarth: @cammybean theres repetition. Im Just a Bill on Capitol Hill, for instance.. | & entertainment value #lrnchat
09:54:42 pm trainersleaders: RT @Dave_Ferguson Surprise makes things stick. Success makes things stick. Struggle that doesn’t over-frustrate makes things stick. #lrnchat
09:54:47 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean also, Freak.😉 #lrnchat
09:54:49 pm cammybean: @JaneBozarth I’m Just a Bill is totally catchy and thus completely memorable. #lrnchat
09:54:51 pm Dave_Ferguson: @cammybean In all serious, I’m very receptive to some new things (though I don’t seem to control just which). #lrnchat
09:54:56 pm JaneBozarth: @minutebio & music #lrnchat
09:55:02 pm stevenbrent: Q4) Repetition #lrnchat
09:55:06 pm ActivateLearn: @Quinnovator @elearningguy True. To this day, when we get together with others, we still have the shared stories and feel connected #lrnchat
09:55:20 pm elearningguy: @cammybean Makes me wonder if brain chemistry adjustments play a role? Diet, maybe? #brainfood #lrnchat
09:55:22 pm kelly_smith01: Conjunction Junction, What’s Your Function? #lrnchat
09:55:25 pm Quinnovator: RT @Dave_Ferguson: Surprise makes things stick. Success makes things stick. Struggle that doesn’t over-frustrate makes things stick #lrnchat
09:55:33 pm lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourself. WWWW? (Shameless plugs welcome.) #lrnchat
09:55:35 pm JeanineDelay: RT @cammybean: And when we really learn something, we encode that knowledge more deeply – so it’s easier to remember… #lrnchat
09:55:36 pm Carol_LPM: Kahneman talks about active thinking that brings up automatic memories … Like cpr that we think we don’t remember #lrnchat
09:55:46 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat Apparently screwing up something your wife needed triggers her recall. Perfectly. Every time.
09:55:46 pm stevenbrent: Q4) Also, repetition #lrnchat
09:55:47 pm cammybean: @Dave_Ferguson I suspect your brain is just made that way. #lrnchat
09:55:48 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean unfortunately, so’s “It’s a Small World After All”. Oh I’m sorry I just did that… #lrnchat
09:55:49 pm JffZllr: I love when kids say I can’t remember ‘that’, but can name all 400 Pokemon characters. desire is factor in learning. #lrnchat
09:56:03 pm Quinnovator: RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourself. WWWW? (Shameless plugs welcome.) #lrnchat < already?
09:56:10 pm elearningguy: @urbie ….and hydrating yourselves. Brain needs water too. #lrnchat
09:56:13 pm minutebio: RT @JaneBozarth: @minutebio & music | Yes, it has a good beat & I can dance 2 it🙂 #lrnchat
09:56:15 pm ActivateLearn: RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourself. WWWW? (Shameless plugs welcome.) #lrnchat
09:56:16 pm Dave_Ferguson: Think of the learning support from Sesame Street, Electric Company. Songs by Tom Lehrer? You’ll remember those.
#lrnchat
09:56:17 pm JaneBozarth: RT @JffZllr: I love when kids say I cant remember that, but can name all 400 Pokemon characters. desire is factor in learning. #lrnchat
09:56:20 pm Quinnovator: thanks to new and returning #lrnchat participants for another great session!
09:56:22 pm JffZllr: RT @kelly_smith01: Conjunction Junction, What’s Your Function? #lrnchat
09:56:29 pm minutebio: RT @lrnchat: QWrap) Its that time again. Please re-introduce yourself. WWWW? (Shameless plugs welcome.) #lrnchat
09:56:33 pm JaneBozarth: @JffZllr RIGHT: 5 yo can tell you genetic code for every dinosaur… #lrnchat
09:56:38 pm cammybean: The more things we have to remember, the more we forget. #theroleofstressonmemory #lrnchat
09:56:46 pm kelly_smith01: RT @JaneBozarth: @JffZllr RIGHT: 5 yo can tell you genetic code for every dinosaur… #lrnchat
09:56:48 pm lmockford: RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourself. WWWW? (Shameless plugs welcome.) #lrnchat
09:56:49 pm JaneBozarth: OH NO IS IT OVER? Rats. #lrnchat
09:56:57 pm cammybean: @JaneBozarth Damn you and your small world! #lrnchat
09:57:10 pm urbie: RT @lrnchat: QWrap) It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourself. WWWW? (Shameless plugs welcome.) #lrnchat
09:57:13 pm LnDDave: RT @Quinnovator: thanks to new and returning #lrnchat participants for another great session!
09:57:20 pm Dave_Ferguson: “He turned a DAM… into a DAME… but my friend SAM… was just the SAME… very plain to see…it’s Silent E!” #lrnchat
09:57:23 pm ThomasStone: Uhh… thanks for the Schoolhouse Rock earworms everyone! #lrnchat
09:57:30 pm ActivateLearn: Qwrap) Helen from Melbourne,ID working in a bank. Thanks for bringing up great memories in my life and also ideas to make new ones. #lrnchat
09:57:30 pm JaneBozarth: I’m Jane. I wrote some books. I do some speaking. I’m the world’s oldest Millenial and world’s worst bureaucrat. #lrnchat
09:57:47 pm cammybean: QW) Here’s to hoping we all remember this conversation tomorrow! #lrnchat
09:57:48 pm ActivateLearn: RT @cammybean: The more things we have to remember, the more we forget. #theroleofstressonmemory #lrnchat
09:57:51 pm kelly_smith01: Is there a song like Conjunction Function for Bloom’s Taxonomy. #lrnchat
09:57:55 pm JaneBozarth: Proud moment: Boss said, “I admire your ability to walk right up to the edge of a policy & stand there without quite going over.” #lrnchat
09:57:56 pm urbie: #lrnchat Qwrap urbie delgado, instructional designer, New Mexico & Arizona .. interests: rehumanizing elearning .. urbie dot com
09:58:07 pm fgeab: #lrnchat скачать агент на андроид http://t.co/i8y2WnrZ
09:58:11 pm lindaurban: QWrap) Linda Urban, Berkeley. Multi-hatted (self-employed). Currently really into up-front analysis/research. Thx all for this #lrnchat !
09:58:15 pm elearningguy: @JaneBozarth @cammybean CURSE YOU, RED BARON! #deathbydisneyearworm #lrnchat
09:58:15 pm Carol_LPM: carol cohen, HP, home office in NH, presenting a session Designing with the end in mind at #mlearncon See you there I hope #lrnchat
09:58:16 pm JaneBozarth: @cammybean I SAID I was SORRY. #lrnchat
09:58:29 pm funfinite: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
09:58:29 pm elearningguy: “@JffZllr: I love when kids say I can’t remember ‘that’, but can name all 400 Pokemon characters. desire is factor in learning. #lrnchat”
09:58:32 pm chris_saeger: good night fm the Blue Ridge. For active learning in person take a peek at the nasaga conference http://t.co/i2IJ6u0J #lrnchat
09:58:37 pm LnDDave: QWrap) David Kelly from NYC. Thanks everyone for another great #lrnchat!
09:58:38 pm cammybean: I’m Cammy. I do elearning stuff. And try to remember some things..and forget others. #lrnchat
09:58:39 pm JffZllr: Jeff Zoller, Learning Consultant in Col, OH. Been absent-good to be back. Also on iPhone tonight #notoptimal #lrnchat
09:58:40 pm Quinnovator: Clark Quinn, writer of books on games, mobile. Available to assist your org take learning to the ‘next level’. #lrnchat
09:58:42 pm Dave_Ferguson: @kelly_smith01 Tom Lehrer has a song for the elements: http://t.co/DuZTJHlI #lrnchat
09:58:45 pm minutebio: QWrap) My brain is full – Jeff eLearning Designer in Baltimore – can’t remember anything else. #lrnchat
09:59:09 pm trainersleaders: lrnchat wrap: Paul Signorelli, San Francisco-based writer/trainer/consultant: new article on “Imagine” http://t.co/lX7t8w2n #lrnchat
09:59:11 pm ThomasStone: And cholesterol. Most people don’t realize that. RT @elearningguy: @urbie ….and hydrating yourselves. Brain needs water too. #lrnchat
09:59:26 pm kelly_smith01: QWrap) Nice to be back in #lrnchat again. I’m falling for the writing of Joan Didion. #lrnchat
09:59:40 pm Dave_Ferguson: Dave Ferguson, near DC, still up after good f2f at #iel12… got a post cooking re bilingualism and learning. #lrnchat
09:59:48 pm ActivateLearn: @Dave_Ferguson @kelly_smith01 I LOVE Tom Lehrer and LOVE that song. Must pull out that CD because his songs were hilarious! #lrnchat
10:00:08 pm criticallearner: #lrnchat David Glow, Tampa, FL. I won’t remember a freakin’ thing we chatted about tonight, but I will remember enjoying it.
10:00:11 pm cammybean: @lrnchat Thanks for the memories! #lrnchat
10:00:14 pm jkguard: Coming to terms with your own misconceptions clears the way for accurate concepts, hence memorable learning. #lrnchat
10:00:27 pm GamesBlog3: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
10:00:29 pm ThomasStone: Thomas Stone, Rochester, NY. Finally finishing this summer my book on baseball history/statistics. Thanks for a good #lrnchat everyone!
10:00:46 pm BertBates: Keep poor cows on fattening green stuff. #lrnchat
10:00:47 pm nso95: RT @BertBates: Teaching something you’re trying to remember will help make it stick. #lrnchat
10:00:48 pm lrnchat: Goodnight everyone. See you next week, June 21, 8:30 pm ET. #lrnchat
10:00:50 pm chris_saeger: RT @cammybean: @lrnchat Thanks for the memories! #lrnchat
10:00:52 pm JffZllr: Lol! RT @JaneBozarth: “I admire your ability to walk right up to the edge of a policy & stand there without quite going over.” #lrnchat
10:00:57 pm JaneBozarth: Coming up: Social Learning Ninja Camp, Learning 3.0 Conference, Chicago, Oct 23 http://t.co/0HfouczH #lrnchat
10:00:58 pm Quinnovator: RT @cammybean: @lrnchat Thanks for the memories! #lrnchat < tweet of the night
10:01:25 pm ThomasStone: Oh noes! Now someone will create one! RT @kelly_smith01: Is there a song like Conjunction Function for Bloom’s Taxonomy. #lrnchat
10:01:34 pm lindaurban: RT @Quinnovator: RT @cammybean: @lrnchat Thanks for the memories! #lrnchat < tweet of the night <yep🙂
10:01:34 pm JaneBozarth: @JffZllr boss said that to me. I was very proud. #lrnchat
10:01:36 pm MMTingley: Qwrap) Melissa Tingley, eLearning ID and general edugeek, Boston. Good night everyone!
#lrnchat
10:01:57 pm elearningguy: QW) Mark Sheppard, Whitby, ON. lapsed #lrnchat-ter, & serial wise-ass. L&D guy for RCAF. http://t.co/8zB1LaTf. Gr8 to be back in #lrnchat!
10:02:26 pm MilnerKempCorp: #edapp #edtech #education @Mayerjs #elearning #lrnchat #mlearning #teachers
10:02:30 pm kelly_smith01: Don’t forget to give your dog or cat or pet emu a treat before they go to bed. #lrnchat
10:02:40 pm jkguard: If your expectations are met, you remember it. If your expectations are not met, you remember it. #lrnchat
10:03:20 pm elearningguy: RT @jkguard: If your expectations are met, you remember it. If your expectations are not met, you remember it. #lrnchat
10:03:47 pm JaneBozarth: RT @elearningguy: RT @jkguard: If your expectations are met, you remember it. If your expectations are not met, you remember it. #lrnchat
10:03:55 pm JaneBozarth: RT @kelly_smith01: Dont forget to give your dog or cat or pet emu a treat before they go to bed. #lrnchat
10:04:05 pm ALAOling: RT @Quinnovator: Clark Quinn, writer of books on games, mobile. Available to assist your org take learning to the ‘next level’. #lrnchat
10:04:33 pm JaneBozarth: @Dave_Ferguson yeah #iel12 was fun, wasn’t it? Good event, venue, folks. #lrnchat
10:04:48 pm elearningguy: Thx, all! I’ve really missed this Thursday ritual. #lrnchat
10:04:49 pm kelly_smith01: RT @JaneBozarth: @JffZllr boss said that to me. I was very proud. #lrnchat <– Cool. Although I am not surprised.

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