Transcript – September 18: Forgetting the Curve

8:31 PM lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:31 PM lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM willconstantine RT @lodtrain: Forgetting curve defined #lrnchat http://t.co/A01p5PON8k
8:32 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:32 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
8:32 PM kelly_smith01 I am doing #lrnchat AND watching the Scottish results #lrnchat
8:32 PM urbie #lrnchat i’ve been marvelous. Simply marvelous.
8:32 PM JD_Dillon JD from Orlando. Lots of work around reiterative training and user-generated content. Looking forward to #DevLearn. #lrnchat
8:32 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:32 PM willconstantine Will Constantine, Creator of #LearnHaus, http://t.co/UhDtVyN2zP ID, elearning, neuroscience, and ATD #lrnchat
8:33 PM lodtrain IT Global Education and happy to be at #lrnchat I didn’t forget, am working on looking at Articulate 13 and storyline 2
8:33 PM AdamTilted Adam from Houston. Learning consultant http://t.co/ydHexB6WFs I’ve been playing with Storyline 2 #lrnchat
8:33 PM learningdojo Hello, Lisa here from Indiana. Working to inject common sense into systems training….not easy. #lrnchat
8:33 PM WonderPix Hello from a much cooler SoCal #lrnchat ters!
8:33 PM urbie #lrnchat been working on a coast-to-coast sort of project. It involves working under pressure (~3 atmospheres)..
8:33 PM davidbell02 David Bell, Houston, TX, speaker, cyclist, L&D #lrnchat
8:34 PM LnDDave Hello #lrnchat! David from NY, signing in.
8:34 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Passions? Projects? What are you working on these days? #lrnchat
8:34 PM ldcoe_com Hi #lrnchat I’m Irene. Working on closing gap btw research and practice. Building a #PLN w Twitter video out soon.
8:34 PM ryantracey G’day from sunny Sydney #lrnchat
8:35 PM trinarimmer Trina Rimmer: Hiding from bugs in lovely (but steamy) FL, developing a career roadmapping tool, and pining for iPhone 6. #lrnchat
8:35 PM breecouch_ Learning Tech in KY. Currently Playing around with sound effects in eLearning. Love the polished feel it gives. #lrnchat
8:35 PM willconstantine oh yes, I am also from NJ #lrnchat
8:35 PM urbie #lrnchat urbie, education engineer, chandler, arizona.. A little more than a week for #compile #EdCampWestTexas in Abilene, TX..
8:35 PM kelly_smith01 Kelly Smith, consultant in learning and teleco stuff #lrnchat
8:36 PM JD_Dillon And watching A LOT of Big Bang Theory lately … #lrnchat
8:36 PM dtzumbrunnen Daniel Z-Talent Dev @talentlabNBCU – wrapped a 6 month learning experience and kicked off a 3 month-er. Breathing again 2nite #lrnchat
8:36 PM bschlenker RT @JD_Dillon And watching A LOT of Big Bang Theory lately … #lrnchat BAZINGA!
8:37 PM lodtrain “@JD_Dillon: And watching A LOT of Big Bang Theory lately … #lrnchat” it’s my ringtone yep
8:37 PM kelly_smith01 Learning SQL to get me some data #lrnchat
8:37 PM lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:37 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:37 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:37 PM dtzumbrunnen RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:37 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:38 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:38 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:38 PM kelly_smith01 Penny, Penny, Penny #lrnchat
8:38 PM JD_Dillon A0) Not new, but reiterated that talent doesn’t align to department and title. Gotta know who you have and what they can do. #lrnchat
8:38 PM npmaven Debra Beck, Wyoming. Online instructor (higher ed) & adult educator, focusing primarily on #nonprofit board development. #lrnchat
8:38 PM lodtrain @kelly_smith01 Do you know about http://t.co/VfqgA3OBev #lrnchat for sql
8:38 PM paul_learning Q0 Ethical marketing pays off in the long run and unethical marketing has its own reward #lrnchat
#vocation
8:38 PM WonderPix A0) Learning how much I enjoy learning in MOOCs #lrnchat
8:38 PM ryantracey A0) I learned that a guy flew to Sydney from California to get the new iPhone sooner. #lrnchat
8:39 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:39 PM urbie #lrnchat A0 I re-learned something. Does that count? Mail-call. A kind of casual get-together of the powers-that-be with worker bees.
8:39 PM ldcoe_com Q0 I learned that I’m a heutagoge – just go learn what I love just ’cause. Not for goals or plans. #lrnchat
8:39 PM learningdojo A0) I was reminded that there is no perfect situation at work, so I can choose what my perspective will be. #lrnchat
8:39 PM lodtrain Q0) Learned about Lync Mobile and what each phone/tablet does to build a user friendly matrix of what my learners can expect #lrnchat
8:39 PM AdamTilted A0) I learned that my Storyline license allows me to install it on my laptop also. Yay! #lrnchat Now I can bring it to DevLearn
8:39 PM dtzumbrunnen A0) inquisitive people make everything better. #lrnchat
8:39 PM Dave_Ferguson I learned that 97% of eligible Scots registered… and 100% of Knoydart voted. #lrnchat
8:40 PM ajeanne Q0 It’s hard to stay motivated when my iPhone isn’t working right. #lrnchat
8:40 PM willconstantine Q0) I learned that unemployment seminars are not time-sensitive #lrnchat
8:40 PM LnDDave Q0) Learned that my new iPhone is in Harrisburg PA. #lrnchat
8:40 PM davidbell02 Q0) I learned that people will respond positively when you introduce a serious topic with a certain amount of levity. #lrnchat
8:40 PM lodtrain Q0) learned that a jabra speaker is awesome when am on back to back meetings online #lrnchat
8:40 PM Jovianshadow Q0) This week I learned I won’t be attending LearnX this year, but may be presenting a case study at an ARK Group Conf next year… #lrnchat
8:40 PM JD_Dillon RT @LnDDave Q0) Learned that my new iPhone is in Harrisburg PA. #lrnchat < mine is in Orlando, waiting … #lrnchat
8:40 PM JustStormy oh good heavens! It’s #lrnchat!
8:40 PM rfs426 @WonderPix A0) learned from this MOOC: https://t.co/cCP8esTbfI #lrnchat
8:41 PM willconstantine @LnDDave PLEASE let us all know how it is! REVIEWS #lrnchat
8:41 PM sellio7 RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
8:41 PM lrnchat Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:41 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:41 PM JaneBozarth @lrnchat q0 missing #lrnchat tonight– show tix–but wanted to tell I learned about fireworks this week!
8:41 PM npmaven RT @lrnchat Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:41 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:41 PM willconstantine Which iPhone did everyone choose #iPhone6 or #iPhone6Plus #lrnchat
8:41 PM learningdojo RT@AdamTilted: A0) I learned that my Storyline license allows me to install it on my laptop also. Yay! #lrnchat <<Yes, that’s great!
8:41 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:41 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:41 PM ajeanne @Dave_Ferguson Do you have a preference with the Scottish question? #lrnchat
8:42 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:42 PM JD_Dillon A1) Directly contradicts the traditional, school-based approach to training – throw people in a room and dump, check. #lrnchat
8:42 PM sellio7 Q0) I learned that a trip to the library can still be a fun experience no matter your age. #lrnchat
8:42 PM dtzumbrunnen Learned that I apparently have way too much stuff already on my iPhone – no room for ios8! #lrnchat
8:42 PM JaneBozarth RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:42 PM JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:42 PM JD_Dillon A1) Reiterates that learning is a process, not an event #lrnchat
8:42 PM willconstantine Q1) Organizations have to invest learning way past the actual learning event and realize it is a process not an instance #lrnchat
8:42 PM tournevis RT @Dave_Ferguson: I learned that 97% of eligible Scots registered… and 100% of Knoydart voted. #lrnchat
8:43 PM JD_Dillon A1) Scares the crap out of corporate trainers who love standing in front of rooms and have no other skills #lrnchat
8:43 PM ajeanne RT @willconstantine Q1) Organizations have to invest learning way past the actual learning event and realize it is a process … #lrnchat
8:43 PM davidbell02 Q1) The forgetting curve allows for long term employment in talent development. #lrnchat
8:43 PM sellio7 RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:43 PM lodtrain Q1) Forgetting curve impacts learning and thats why performance support is so key, moment of apply lrning needed #lrnchat
8:43 PM JustStormy Q0) learned there are really alot of talented people out there, if you look #lrnchat
8:43 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:43 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:43 PM rfs426 A1) Our job to set up systems to combat it. Fav Wooden quote, “You haven’t taught until the’ve learned.” #lrnchat
8:43 PM paul_learning Q1 There is a need to constantly reinforce learnings for staff in order to have them lose the knowledge. #lrnchat
8:43 PM dtzumbrunnen A1) short term, quick hit learning solutions are almost never the answer. #lrnchat
8:43 PM bschlenker Q1) Learning is a process. Training is an event. eLearning Supports both. Performance is the goal. #lrnchat
8:43 PM britz A0 I learned I haven’t enough space and then enough motivation to bother installing ios8 on my phone today #lrnchat #laggard
8:43 PM paul_learning RT @davidbell02: Q1) The forgetting curve allows for long term employment in talent development. #lrnchat
8:43 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) How does the ‘forgetting curve’ impact organizational learning? #lrnchat
8:44 PM HlthyWrdAdvcate Healthy Words: Adept. #edtech #education #lrnchat #teachers #news #love #photography #fashion #health #fail
8:44 PM JD_Dillon A1) Doesn’t align to common corporate information flow – aka don’t tell them until they need to know #lrnchat
8:44 PM LnDDave RT @JD_Dillon: A1) Directly contradicts the traditional, school-based approach to training – throw people in a room and dump, check. #lrnch…
8:44 PM WonderPix @JD_Dillon …or, gives job security? #lrnchat
8:44 PM Quinnovator late to #lrnchat, Clark Quinn, L&D Revolutionary, genial malcontent, Walnut Creek CA
8:44 PM lodtrain RT @bschlenker: Q1) Learning is a process. Training is an event. eLearning Supports both. Performance is the goal. #lrnchat
8:44 PM JustStormy Q1) I learned it this week, but didn’t apply it for another three… oh what … wait? what? did i learn? #lrnchat
8:44 PM JustStormy a1) application is everything #lrnchat
8:44 PM learningdojo A1) The forgetting curve reminds that learning isn’t a one-and-done thing. Must build this into expectations. #lrnchat
8:45 PM paul_learning Q1 There is also a need to ensure that the management and staff know their important role in continuing the learning process #lrnchat
8:45 PM willconstantine Q1) Here is a graphic of Ebbinghaus’ Forgetting Curve for reference #lrnchat http://t.co/0hExosSXBt
8:45 PM britz A1. Sadly it doesn’t impact it enough. One-n-done event based learning still rules the day #lrnchat
8:45 PM Quinnovator a1) if we ignore the forgetting curve, we can delude ourselves that our ‘event’ approaches will have an impact #lrnchat
8:45 PM JD_Dillon A1) Helps establish the need for performance support and reiterative training #lrnchat
8:45 PM ryantracey RT @learningdojo: A1) The forgetting curve reminds that learning isn’t a one-and-done thing. Must build this into expectations. #lrnchat
8:45 PM breecouch_ Q1) knowing that the forgetting curve exists, we can design learning with that in mind. Built in recall over time, please! #lrnchat
8:45 PM Jovianshadow A1) Little reminders frequently keeps the curve shallow rather than steep… @lrnchat #lrnchat
8:45 PM sellio7 Q1) lots of déjà vu moments lots of cost and lots of redundancy. #lrnchat
8:45 PM WonderPix RT @paul_learning: Q1 There is also a need to ensure that the management and staff know their important role in continuing the learning pro…
8:45 PM lodtrain RT @paul_learning: Q1 There is also a need to ensure that the management and staff know their important role in continuing the learning pro…
8:45 PM LnDDave A1) the forgetting curve is the place much of organizational learning goes to fail. #lrnchat
8:45 PM lodtrain RT @willconstantine: Q1) Here is a graphic of Ebbinghaus’ Forgetting Curve for reference #lrnchat http://t.co/0hExosSXBt
8:45 PM AdamTilted my iPad only has 15 hours left to download iOS8. So close! #lrnchat
8:45 PM bschlenker RT @britz A1. Sadly it doesn’t impact it enough. One-n-done event based learning still rules the day #lrnchat
8:45 PM willconstantine RT @JD_Dillon: A1) Helps establish the need for performance support and reiterative training #lrnchat
8:45 PM kmarranzino A1) Timing. Release of new product/service/system has to be reliable so training isn’t delivered too early. Want JIT. #lrnchat
8:45 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 It’s like:

1. Something bad happens
2. ISD steps in
3. Analysis points to training
4. Problem fixed
5. Org forgets
6. Repeat

8:46 PM JD_Dillon A1) Reiterates that “when will they know how” and “when will they be trained” are 2 different questions #lrnchat
8:46 PM Quinnovator a1) means that ‘event’ model, and dump/test approaches will have no impact #lrnchat
8:46 PM btopro RT @JustStormy: Q0) learned there are really alot of talented people out there, if you look #lrnchat
8:46 PM bschlenker @britz Nice new avatar. Lookin’ good! #lrnchat
8:46 PM lodtrain “@JD_Dillon: A1) Helps establish the need for performance support and reiterative training #lrnchat” agreed and build into all lrng
8:46 PM britz @dtzumbrunnen I’m more pftttt. I’ll get to it sometime. #lrnchat
8:46 PM breecouch_ “@Quinnovator: a1) means that ‘event’ model, and dump/test approaches will have no impact #lrnchat” Amen!
8:46 PM WonderPix “@AdamTilted: my iPad only has 15 hours left to download iOS8. So close! #lrnchat” yikes!
8:46 PM ajeanne A1) “Covering” stuff is not enough. And the pressure to get to work makes taking enough time difficult. #lrnchat
8:46 PM willconstantine Q1) a perfect opportunity for performance support to aid in the encoding and recall on newly learned information #lrnchat
8:46 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 Seems like same/similar probs happen over n over. Names, faces might change.
8:47 PM JD_Dillon A1) Post-training quiz success does not equal long-term capability … #lrnchat
8:47 PM kmarranzino RT @urbie: #lrnchat A1 It’s like:

1. Something bad happens
2. ISD steps in
3. Analysis points to training
4. Problem fixed
5. Org forgets

8:47 PM davidbell02 Q1) Forgetting is forgivable. Not have the information you need to do your job is less forgivable. #lrnchat
8:47 PM lodtrain RT @urbie: #lrnchat A1 It’s like:

1. Something bad happens
2. ISD steps in
3. Analysis points to training
4. Problem fixed
5. Org forgets

8:47 PM LnDDave RT @britz: A1. Sadly it doesn’t impact it enough. One-n-done event based learning still rules the day #lrnchat
8:47 PM britz @bschlenker I like to keep ’em guessing😉 #lrnchat
8:47 PM JD_Dillon A1) Reminds us of the value of solid, accessible reference information #lrnchat
8:47 PM Quinnovator a1) what we forget, we are doomed to repeat #lrnchat
8:47 PM WonderPix “@JD_Dillon: A1) Post-training quiz success does not equal long-term capability … #lrnchat” very true!
8:48 PM rfs426 A1) Easy to blame the learner or the org. Need to look at the systems we put in place at point of initial teaching. #lrnchat
8:48 PM lodtrain RT @davidbell02: Q1) Forgetting is forgivable. Not have the information you need to do your job is less forgivable. #lrnchat
8:48 PM Quinnovator a1) or, better, what we forget, we must waste time to relearn #lrnchat
8:48 PM bschlenker @Quinnivator correction: event has no impact if its all alone. #lrnchat
8:48 PM lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: a1) what we forget, we are doomed to repeat #lrnchat
8:48 PM JustStormy RT @urbie: #lrnchat-it’s like
1. Something bad happens
2. ISD steps in
3. Analysis points 2 training
4. Problem fixed
5. Org 4gets
6. Repeat
8:48 PM willconstantine @Quinnovator that’s why history often repeats itself, If only World War I had performance support #lrnchat
8:49 PM kmarranzino A1) Reminds us that a good learning program is a blend of instruction and performance support. #lrnchat
8:49 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 If practice makes perfect (sic) then forgetting curve kicks in when high performers move up or out. Succession mgt?
8:49 PM Quinnovator a1) channeling @urbie: learn, pass test, forget, lather, rinse, repeat #lrnchat
8:49 PM JustStormy RT @Quinnovator: a1) what we forget, we are doomed to repeat #lrnchat
8:49 PM bschlenker RT @kmarranzino A1) Reminds us that a good learning program is a blend of instruction and performance support. #lrnchat
8:49 PM urbie RT @Quinnovator: a1) channeling @urbie: learn, pass test, forget, lather, rinse, repeat #lrnchat
8:49 PM britz @Quinnovator hopefully that repeat thing holds true for what we remember too #lrnchat🙂
8:49 PM Quinnovator RT @willconstantine: @Quinnovator that’s why history often repeats itself, If only World War I had performance support #lrnchat < heh
8:49 PM lodtrain “@kmarranzino: A1) Reminds us that a good learning program is a blend of instruction and performance support. #lrnchat” agreed
8:50 PM paul_learning Q1 Love the idea that it is the forgetting curve that keeps us in work. #lrnchat
8:50 PM Quinnovator RT @britz: @Quinnovator hopefully repeat thing holds true for remember too #lrnchat🙂 < if *do* repeat (read: practice), we will remember
8:50 PM LnDDave A1) Too often, the way organizational learning is implemented actually makes the forgetting curve worse. #lrnchat
8:50 PM willconstantine Also, if we are designing to the learner, we must account for the process of learning and design solutions for the process #lrnchat
8:51 PM JD_Dillon RT @LnDDave A1) Too often, the way organizational learning is implemented actually makes the forgetting curve worse. #lrnchat
8:51 PM bschlenker Event page for #lrnchat LIVE if you are interested https://t.co/w9kYSN2T2J
8:51 PM lrnchat Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM Quinnovator a1) forgetting curve also suggests not trying to put it ‘in the head’ if we can put it ‘in the world’ #lrnchat
8:51 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM rfs426 @paul_learning True, but wouldn’t you rather be able to move on to the next thing? #lrnchat
8:51 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM ajeanne A1) Organizations, if they have memories, have forgotten that learning takes time and effort. #lrnchat
8:51 PM JustStormy A1) I can’t even remember where I parked some days #lrnchat
8:51 PM MrYopack RT @ClassDojo: Teachers! Ideas on how to get your students focused: http://t.co/yHBjVwiZEh #edchat #lrnchat #engchat
8:51 PM dtzumbrunnen RT @LnDDave: A1) Too often, the way organizational learning is implemented actually makes the forgetting curve worse. #lrnchat
8:51 PM willconstantine RT @bschlenker: Event page for #lrnchat LIVE if you are interested https://t.co/w9kYSN2T2J
8:51 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM kmarranzino “@LnDDave: A1) Too often, the way organizational learning is implemented actually makes the forgetting curve worse. #lrnchat” <TESTIFY!
8:51 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:51 PM learningdojo Every learning project is an opportunity to educate others about what it takes to reduce forgetting. #lrnchat
8:51 PM eLearninCyclops MT @willconstantine if we are designing to the learner, we must account for process of learning & design solutions for the process #lrnchat
8:51 PM bschlenker Q2) Repetition, repetition, repetition #lrnchat
8:51 PM dtzumbrunnen RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:52 PM JD_Dillon A2) Less about not forgetting, more about having constant access to reminders/info – wikis, search, mobile, job aids #lrnchat
8:52 PM eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:52 PM ryantracey Q2) I’m an avid note taker. #lrnchat
8:52 PM ldcoe_com A1) much of the training investment is simply flushed away if it doesn’t use spaced learning and perf support #lrnchat
8:52 PM Quinnovator a2) external memory (cognitive prostheses) if I can, meaningful processing if necessary #Lrnchat
8:52 PM npmaven RT @eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:52 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q2) What tools/techniques have you used personally to reduce forgetting? #lrnchat
8:52 PM eLearninCyclops Q2) Post-it notes #lrnchat
8:52 PM AdamTilted THIS >RT @LnDDave A1) Too often, the way organizational learning is implemented actually makes the forgetting curve worse. #lrnchat
8:52 PM JD_Dillon A2) We deploy @axonify for reiterative training at scale #lrnchat
8:52 PM JustStormy a2) i started using a bullet journal last year. Also #trello and #slack #lrnchat
8:52 PM rfs426 A2) Embedding experts in departments to keep the convo going in person. #lrnchat
8:52 PM kelly_smith01 Checklist – which are sometimes checked with checkmarks and sometimes looked at – #lrnchat
8:52 PM ryantracey RT @breecouch_: Q1) knowing that the forgetting curve exists, we can design learning with that in mind. Built in recall over time, please! …
8:52 PM ajeanne A2) Repetition, extra practice, review, job aids, huddles, elaboration, note taking…
#lrnchat
8:52 PM HlthyWrdAdvcate Healthy Words: Health. #edtech #education #lrnchat #teachers #news #love #photography #fashion #health #fail
8:52 PM dtzumbrunnen A2) that post-it on the monitor is a pretty good stand-by #lrnchat
8:52 PM WrayMelissa A2) I’ve made job aids for myself. #lrnchat
8:52 PM davidbell02 Q2) Quick Reference Tools and Evernote have been helpful to long-term memory. #lrnchat
8:52 PM JustStormy a2) additionally, if I don’t use it, I lose it #lrnchat
8:53 PM John_Gravitt RT @davidbell02: Q2) Quick Reference Tools and Evernote have been helpful to long-term memory. #lrnchat
8:53 PM WonderPix A2) Taking notes, creating mnemonics, practicing to embed the learning #lrnchat
8:53 PM npmaven Q2) Notes, lists, computer stickies, Evernote, primarily. #lrnchat
8:53 PM learningdojo A2) Practice and other focused application activities help reduce forgetting. #lrnchat
8:53 PM lodtrain Q2) always implement performance support web page per project education with quick cards, videos, reference, contacts, elrn #lrnchat
8:53 PM Quinnovator a2) externalizing: notes, diagrams, photos, links, etc. Processing: reactivating, recontextualizing, reapplication #lrnchat
8:53 PM ryantracey RT @willconstantine: Q1) a perfect opportunity for performance support to aid in the encoding and recall on newly learned information #lrnc…
8:53 PM WonderPix “@JustStormy: A1) I can’t even remember where I parked some days #lrnchat” Me too!
8:53 PM kmarranzino A2) I don’t think I could function in civilized society without electronic reminders on my smartphone… #lrnchat
8:53 PM LnDDave RT @JD_Dillon: A2) Less about not forgetting, more about having constant access to reminders/info – wikis, search, mobile, job aids #lrnchat
8:53 PM AndrewGerkens A1) We either support/enable workplace learning to get value or we cut the training and save the money (or we rinse and repeat) #lrnchat
8:53 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a2) externalizing: notes, diagrams, photos, links, etc. Processing: reactivating, recontextualizing, reapplication #lrnchat
8:53 PM JD_Dillon A2) Schedule reiterative practice as needed #lrnchat
8:53 PM davidbell02 RT @WonderPix A2) Taking notes, creating mnemonics, practicing to embed the learning #lrnchat
8:53 PM bschlenker @JustStormy Would be curious how you use #slack #lrnchat
8:53 PM John_Gravitt RT @AndrewGerkens: A1) We either support/enable workplace learning to get value or we cut the training and save the money (or we rinse and …
8:53 PM ryantracey RT @LnDDave: A1) Too often, the way organizational learning is implemented actually makes the forgetting curve worse. #lrnchat
8:53 PM eLearninCyclops Q2) Easily accessible job aids #lrnchat
8:54 PM breecouch_ A2) I have always found that practicing recall is the best way for me to remember anything. That, or emailing myself to-do’s. #lrnchat
8:54 PM JD_Dillon A2) Build a PLN, throw questions out there when needed – no need to remember everything #lrnchat
8:54 PM willconstantine Q2) encoding of information before sleep is actually better than in the morning because there is less interruption of the encoding #lrnchat
8:54 PM lodtrain Q2) For Perf Support use Word docs for quick cards, Storyline for quick elearning with resources, use Replay & Camtasia for videos #lrnchat
8:54 PM bschlenker @JD_Dillon It’s easy to schedule for yourself… but is it the ISDs responsibility to build it into the course or learning system? #lrnchat
8:54 PM rfs426 A2) Moderated G+ Communities. #lrnchat
8:54 PM JD_Dillon A2) Prioritize what info must be retained vs what can be accessed in time of need #lrnchat
8:54 PM Quinnovator a2) take a note, snap a pic, make an audio note, bookmark/tweet a link, email self a message, make a reminder, put in calendar … #lrnchat
8:54 PM npmaven RT @breecouch_ A2) …practicing recall is the best way for me to remember anything. That, or emailing myself to-do’s #lrnchat
8:54 PM eLearninCyclops Q2) Sequencing and chunking content #lrnchat
8:54 PM AdamTilted A2) everything goes into Evernote. I also journal using Day One. #lrnchat
8:54 PM npmaven Heh. Half my personal inbox is “memo to…” reminders at times. But they work. #lrnchat
8:54 PM davidbell02 Q2) I have watched the same video on how to clean a bike many times. I should consider applying what I’ve learned. #lrnchat
8:54 PM urbie #lrnchat A1 Job-aids work well. Commemorative tattoos, too, fight forgetting. Experiences that sear learning into memory have staying power.
8:55 PM JD_Dillon @bschlenker we can offer, accountability remains with those who need to know #lrnchat
8:55 PM wlonline RT @bschlenker: Event page for #lrnchat LIVE if you are interested https://t.co/w9kYSN2T2J
8:55 PM kmarranzino Yes! This!
“@kelly_smith01: Checklists – which are sometimes checked with checkmarks and sometimes looked at – #lrnchat”
8:55 PM eLearninCyclops RT @npmaven Q2) Notes, lists, computer stickies, Evernote, primarily. #lrnchat | Love Evernote
8:55 PM ryantracey A2) I try not to learn everything in one hit, if I can avoid it. #lrnchat
8:55 PM lodtrain Q2) @JaneBozarth #showyourwork will help #lrnchat
8:55 PM rfs426 A2) trying to get away from simple memorization and seeking internalizing. #lrnchat
8:55 PM paul_learning @rfs426 certainly, but it is useful to have a fall back🙂 #lrnchat
8:55 PM Quinnovator a2) diagram, reprhrase, revisit, mindmap, mentally simulate, look for links, abstract the model, … #lrnchat
8:55 PM bschlenker A2) Are we, design/development community, responsible for any of this…or is it up to the learner? #lrnchat
8:55 PM Quinnovator RT @ryantracey: A2) I try not to learn everything in one hit, if I can avoid it. #lrnchat < that
8:55 PM Jovianshadow A2) Short YouTube videos for our learner base, highlighting key points, delivered by their compatriots @lrnchat #lrnchat
8:55 PM JD_Dillon A2) Connect info to application – don’t just memorize facts, apply and create habit #lrnchat
8:56 PM ldcoe_com A2) technique to reduce forgetting – do less – let learning be “pull” at moment of need not pre-emptive push #lrnchat
8:56 PM trinarimmer A2) I’m a huge note-taker. Also love using tools like Pinterest and Pocket to keep track of internet treasure. Minimizes searching. #lrnchat
8:56 PM paul_learning @ryantracey I thought you knew everything already🙂 #Lrnchat
8:56 PM npmaven Evernote a game changer for me. RT @eLearninCyclops RT @npmaven Q2) Notes… Evernote, primarily. | Love Evernote #lrnchat
8:56 PM breecouch_ Anyone considered “the google effect” when thinking about “the forgetting curve”? More in terms of personal memory, not workplace. #lrnchat
8:56 PM ryantracey @bschlenker Excellent question. I think both. #lrnchat
8:56 PM lodtrain “@bschlenker: A2) Are we, design/development community, responsible for any of this…or is it up to the learner? #lrnchat” Both responsible
8:56 PM willconstantine Q2) I find that re-visiting content really helps, aside from the obvious if you can also create performance support for yourself #lrnchat
8:56 PM ryantracey @paul_learning I was talking on behalf of the little people. #lrnchat
8:56 PM JaneBozarth RT @lodtrain: Q2) @JaneBozarth #showyourwork will help #lrnchat
8:56 PM JustStormy @Quinnovator dang. you have the plan! #lrnchat
8:56 PM eLearninCyclops Q2) I will try and teach it back – Always helps me remember, & learn, it #lrnchat
8:56 PM WonderPix “@ryantracey: A2) I try not to learn everything in one hit, if I can avoid it. #lrnchat” agreed…need to learn in layers (like lasagna)
8:56 PM Quinnovator a2) blog about it #lrnchat (http://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R😉
8:56 PM urbie #lrnchat A2 Lately employing #maker strategies from #edcamp where learners do stuff (butts out of seats) and are assessed by creating work.
8:56 PM learningdojo @eLearninCyclops We have to toss poorly crafted job aids from consultants who don’t know how to create effective ones. #lrnchat
8:56 PM npmaven Q2) Oh, yes! Pinterest has been helpful for curating, capturing, sharing key resources. Using it for 2 workshops next week. #lrnchat
8:57 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a2) blog about it #lrnchat (http://t.co/Nm5yXCbV5R😉
8:57 PM JaneBozarth @lodtrain thanks! #lrnchat
8:57 PM ryantracey RT @WonderPix: “@ryantracey: A2) I try not to learn everything in one hit, if I can avoid it. #lrnchat” agreed…need to learn in layers (l…
8:57 PM bschlenker RT @ryantracey @bschlenker Excellent question. I think both. <me too, but what does that look like? #lrnchat
8:57 PM JustStormy a2) my working memory only has so much real estate. wish i could buy more #lrnchat
8:57 PM eLearninCyclops @learningdojo I’ve seen plenty of those #lrnchat
8:57 PM boardsuitenpo RT @npmaven: Debra Beck, Wyoming. Online instructor (higher ed) & adult educator, focusing primarily on #nonprofit board development. #lrnc…
8:57 PM WonderPix “@eLearninCyclops: Q2) I will try and teach it back – Always helps me remember, & learn, it #lrnchat” Definitely!
8:57 PM britz “@ryantracey: Q2) I’m an avid note taker. #lrnchat” /same and Evernote serves me well and sets up reflective practice via blogging
8:57 PM Quinnovator RT @JustStormy: a2) my working memory only has so much real estate. wish i could buy more #lrnchat < chunking means more real estate
8:57 PM ldcoe_com A2) personal technique to avoid forgetting – write notes – make tasks or appointments – them forget it Happily #lrnchat
8:58 PM WrayMelissa “@Quinnovator: a2) blog about it #lrnchat (http://t.co/vvwqkgNUJN ;)”yes!
8:58 PM ryantracey @bschlenker Another good question! #lrnchat
8:58 PM AndrewGerkens A2) Doing/practicing, debriefing, mnemonics, re-writing my notes…#lrnchat
8:58 PM urbie #lrnchat A2 @ryantracey a few others n me are taking a #mooc. Going to the learning trough together helps it stick to my ribs.
8:58 PM npmaven Q2) Also, social bookmarking, though sometimes more overwhelming. Drinking from firehose feel for some topics. #lrnchat
8:58 PM ryantracey RT @britz: “@ryantracey: Q2) I’m an avid note taker. #lrnchat” /same and Evernote serves me well and sets up reflective practice via bloggi…
8:58 PM urbie RT @WrayMelissa: “@Quinnovator: a2) blog about it #lrnchat (http://t.co/vvwqkgNUJN ;)”yes!
8:58 PM JustStormy @Quinnovator true. #strategy is everything #lrnchat
8:59 PM AdamTilted You need a flash drive for your brain. RT @JustStormy a2) my working memory only has so much real estate. wish i could buy more #lrnchat
8:59 PM ryantracey +1 RT @WrayMelissa “@Quinnovator: a2) blog about it #lrnchat (http://t.co/bCpRbUDlPg ;)” yes!
8:59 PM willconstantine Q2) If you use xAPI as performance support in an LRS you can recall everything you have learned since inception #lrnchat
8:59 PM lrnchat Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
8:59 PM JustStormy @urbie that’s really cool and interesting. hope you are documenting that experience. #lrnchat
8:59 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
8:59 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
8:59 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
8:59 PM JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:00 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:00 PM npmaven @trinarimmer Pinterest is user-friendly for many of my client/student audiences. Increasing my use for these purposes. #lrnchat
9:00 PM dtzumbrunnen RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:00 PM JD_Dillon A3) Someone already said this – help people develop knowledge management and curation skills #lrnchat
9:00 PM eLearninCyclops RT @willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:00 PM MaryGMSEd Late to the party, but here. MaryG from Greenbelt, MD here. #lrnchat
9:00 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:00 PM Quinnovator a3) externalize memory when possible (‘in the world’), make meaningful (and spaced) processing when not #lrnchat
9:00 PM JD_Dillon A3) Provide quality resources and performance support opportunities #lrnchat
9:00 PM lisammenke Q2) Calendar reminders, Siri, Evernote, anything that can be cloud-based and go with me everywhere. #lrnchat
9:00 PM kelly_smith01 Sticky notes and index cards strewn about #lrnchat
9:00 PM JustStormy a3) help with strategy, organization, and opportunities for application #lrnchat
9:00 PM JD_Dillon A3) Get rid of the firehose … #lrnchat
9:00 PM LnDDave A2) I set up resource pages on my blog to revisit topics and content. #lrnchat
9:00 PM ryantracey RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Provide quality resources and performance support opportunities #lrnchat
9:00 PM eLearninCyclops RT @JD_Dillon A3) Get rid of the firehose … #lrnchat
9:00 PM davidbell02 RT @JD_Dillon A3) Get rid of the firehose … #lrnchat
9:00 PM willconstantine Q3) presenting performance support as support to the learner and actually showing where it is rather than “available” #lrnchat
9:00 PM ryantracey RT @Quinnovator: a3) externalize memory when possible (‘in the world’), make meaningful (and spaced) processing when not #lrnchat
9:00 PM kelly_smith01 RT @LnDDave: A2) I set up resource pages on my blog to revisit topics and content. #lrnchat
9:00 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:01 PM breecouch_ but how much stuff is necessary to memorize? Is it more important recall where you can find the info when you need it? #lrnchat
9:01 PM JD_Dillon A3) Extend the runway on formal training offerings – don’t create unrealistic expectations in planning #lrnchat
9:01 PM lisammenke Q3) Some of us are not naturally wired for organization. It takes practices. Set up opportunities for practice. #lrnchat
9:01 PM WonderPix RT @breecouch_: but how much stuff is necessary to memorize? Is it more important recall where you can find the info when you need it? #lrn…
9:01 PM lisammenke It takes practice… #lrnchat
9:01 PM dtzumbrunnen A3) keep bringing the topic up – over coffee, email, anywhere – multiple modes #lrnchat
9:01 PM JD_Dillon A3) Recognize that people can only handle so much information regardless of what the business wants #lrnchat
9:01 PM MeaganJSchmidt #lrnchat A3) good visuals, making connections to what they care about
9:01 PM btopro RT @JustStormy: a2) i started using a bullet journal last year. Also #trello and #slack #lrnchat
9:01 PM npmaven RT @JD_Dillon A3) Recognize that people can only handle so much information regardless of what the business wants #lrnchat
9:01 PM ryantracey Agreed. More small chunks rather than 1 big avalanche. RT @JD_Dillon A3) Get rid of the firehose #lrnchat
9:01 PM Quinnovator a3) make meaningful, provide repeated spaced practice, anticipate misconceptions, provide feedback, maintain engagement #lrnchat
9:02 PM learningdojo A3) When the learning is meaningful and resonates with learners, that can help overcome forgetting. #lrnchat
9:02 PM AdamTilted A3) Give people time to actually absorb and integrate what they learned before you send them off to another course. #lrnchat
9:02 PM willconstantine Q3) re-introduce information often. The more exposure and application the better, don’t forget the spacing effect #lrnchat
9:02 PM WrayMelissa A3) heard today of companies that send knowledge check questions at various intervals after learning event. #lrnchat
9:02 PM WonderPix RT @npmaven: RT @JD_Dillon A3) Recognize that people can only handle so much information regardless of what the business wants #lrnchat
9:02 PM JD_Dillon A3) Avoid the flavor of the month – focus on meaningful topics and dig in for the long haul #lrnchat
9:02 PM ryantracey RT @lisammenke: Q3) Some of us are not naturally wired for organization. It takes practices. Set up opportunities for practice. #lrnchat
9:02 PM npmaven RT @Quinnovator a3) make meaningful, provide repeated spaced practice, anticipate misconceptions, feedback, maintain engagement #lrnchat
9:02 PM eLearninCyclops Q3) Put it in plain English and make sure the learning is more important than the glitz #lrnchat
9:02 PM MaryGMSEd Q3) show them where and how to find the information instead of making them memorize everything, #lrnchat
9:02 PM Quinnovator a3) use SERIOUS (e)Learning (#elearningmanifesto; http://t.co/KC9qbUx7s1) #lrnchat
9:02 PM npmaven Yes! RT @eLearninCyclops Q3) Put it in plain English and make sure the learning is more important than the glitz #lrnchat
9:02 PM JD_Dillon RT @Quinnovator a3) make meaningful, provide repeated spaced practice, anticipate misconceptions, feedback, maintain engagement #lrnchat
9:02 PM JD_Dillon RT @Quinnovator a3) use SERIOUS (e)Learning (#elearningmanifesto; http://t.co/WfZvSMCNBH) #lrnchat
9:02 PM davidbell02 Q3) Make information readily available when needed and drip tidbits of information on them from time to time. #lrnchat
9:02 PM breecouch_ Q3) let’s not create “one and done” learning solutions, & provide learners with opportunities to practice and share experiences. #lrnchat
9:02 PM LnDDave A3) not build programs that reinforce the forgetting curve in the first place. #lrnchat
9:02 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Major League baseball as batting coaches to help players increase their averages. We should, too.
9:03 PM SteveSwinkTN @lrnchat A2: Drills to build “muscle memory” #lrnchat
9:03 PM ryantracey A3) Distributed practice https://t.co/3xdhSF7Zq4 #lrnchat
9:03 PM JD_Dillon A3) Move opportunities for learning/reinforcement closer to the workflow/moment of need #lrnchat
9:03 PM npmaven RT @breecouch_ Q3) let’s not create “one & done” learning solutions, provide learners with opps to practice and share experiences. #lrnchat
9:03 PM lodtrain Q3) Remember = supporting materials, forgetting = train once no support #lrnchat
9:03 PM JustStormy @britz would love to share @btopro is the one who got our team onto it #lrnchat
9:03 PM urbie RT @breecouch_: Q3) let’s not create “one and done” learning solutions, & provide learners with opportunities to practice and share experie…
9:03 PM trinarimmer A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat
9:03 PM ryantracey RT @lodtrain: Q3) Remember = supporting materials, forgetting = train once no support #lrnchat
9:03 PM Quinnovator RT @lodtrain: Q3) Remember = supporting materials, forgetting = train once no support #lrnchat
9:03 PM btopro RT @JustStormy: RT @lrnchat: Q3) What can we do to help others overcome the forgetting curve? #lrnchat
9:03 PM eLearninCyclops MT @breecouch_ not create “1& done” learning solutions, & provide learners with opportunities 2 practice share experiences. #lrnchat
9:03 PM Quinnovator RT @trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat
9:03 PM davidbell02 RT @lodtrain Q3) Remember = supporting materials, forgetting = train once no support #lrnchat
9:03 PM kmarranzino A3) Train JIT, then performance support, performance support, performance support. #lrnchat
9:03 PM JustStormy amen RT @breecouch_: Q3) let’s not create “one and done” learning solutions #lrnchat
9:04 PM JD_Dillon A3) Talk about the forgetting curve and other brain science considerations with stakeholders and users #lrnchat
9:04 PM MaryGMSEd RT @trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat
9:04 PM eLearninCyclops RT @Quinnovator RT @trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat
9:04 PM MeaganJSchmidt RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Recognize that people can only handle so much information regardless of what the business wants #lrnchat
9:04 PM LnDDave A3) support connections that make learning and performance support a natural part of interacting at work. #lrnchat
9:04 PM WonderPix RT @AdamTilted: A3) Give people time to actually absorb and integrate what they learned before you send them off to another course. #lrnchat
9:04 PM npmaven RT @LnDDave A3) support connections that make learning and performance support a natural part of interacting at work. #lrnchat
9:04 PM ryantracey RT @trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat
9:04 PM Quinnovator RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Move opportunities for learning/reinforcement closer to the workflow/moment of need #lrnchat
9:04 PM breecouch_ Q3) forget the “nice to knows” & stick to the “need to knows” when finalizing learning content. Also simplify, simplify, simplify. #lrnchat
9:04 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Sometimes training isn’t the best/only solution. Design the job/task so workers are challenged n practice what they learned.
9:04 PM npmaven RT @Quinnovator RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Move opportunities for learning/reinforcement closer to the workflow/moment of need #lrnchat
9:04 PM learningdojo RT@WrayMelissa: A3) heard today of companies that send knowledge check questions. #lrnchat”<<Great technique, love this idea!
9:04 PM paul_learning @ryantracey oh good I was worried for a moment. #lrnchat
9:04 PM ldcoe_com A3) accept that forgetting is part of being human – and develop habits to support the timely remembering of the important #lrnchat
9:04 PM eLearninCyclops Q3) Convince SMEs and stakeholders to respect staff time – Be Concise #lrnchat
9:05 PM urbie RT @ryantracey: A3) Distributed practice https://t.co/3xdhSF7Zq4 #lrnchat
9:05 PM lodtrain RT @kmarranzino: A3) Train JIT, then performance support, performance support, performance support. #lrnchat
9:05 PM davidbell02 RT @breecouch_ Q3) forget the “nice to knows” & stick to the “need to knows” when finalizing learning content. Also simplify. #lrnchat
9:05 PM npmaven RT @ldcoe_com A3) accept that forgetting is part of being human – and develop habits to support timely remembering of important #lrnchat
9:05 PM LnDDave A3) don’t bury what’s really important in a giant pile of non-critical content. #lrnchat
9:05 PM WonderPix @willconstantine And in different formats/styles if possible. #lrnchat
9:05 PM btopro A3 robots, lots of them, like Trello, slack, ifttt, Travis CI. Anything to automate forgetting out of existence #lrnchat
9:05 PM Quinnovator a3) don’t give ‘em rote, give ‘em models and repeated practice applying #lrnchat
9:05 PM btopro RT @JustStormy: @britz would love to share @btopro is the one who got our team onto it #lrnchat
9:05 PM paul_learning RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Recognize that people can only handle so much information regardless of what the business wants #lrnchat
9:05 PM lisammenke A3) Teach them how to set expectations for themselves. Help them understand organization is not the enemy of creativity. #lrnchat
9:05 PM ryantracey RT @LnDDave: A3) don’t bury what’s really important in a giant pile of non-critical content. #lrnchat
9:05 PM kmarranzino RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Talk about the forgetting curve and other brain science considerations with stakeholders and users #lrnchat
9:05 PM JD_Dillon A3) Focus on application, not facts #lrnchat
9:05 PM paul_learning @JD_Dillon Great point, too many organisation want all of the learning shoehorned into staff in the shortest period of time. #lrnchat
9:06 PM LnDDave RT @trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat
9:06 PM eLearninCyclops RT @paul_learning RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Recognize that people can only handle so much info | Yup, Cognitive Load #lrnchat
9:06 PM Quinnovator RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Focus on application, not facts #lrnchat < yes
9:06 PM lodtrain RT @npmaven: RT @ldcoe_com A3) accept that forgetting is part of being human – and develop habits to support timely remembering of importan…
9:06 PM MeaganJSchmidt a3) #lrnchat maybe “application” homework with a debrief later – in the form of a webinar / workshop/ meeting
9:06 PM WonderPix “@trinarimmer: A3) Talk SMEs and higher-ups out of cramming everything into a “course.” #lrnchat” Agreed
9:06 PM lodtrain RT @LnDDave: A3) don’t bury what’s really important in a giant pile of non-critical content. #lrnchat
9:06 PM npmaven RT @Quinnovator RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Focus on application, not facts #lrnchat < yes
9:06 PM lrnchat Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:06 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:06 PM npmaven RT @lrnchat Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:06 PM LnDDave A3 don’t focus on the content; focus on the problem that needs to be solved. #lrnchat
9:06 PM ryantracey @paul_learning @JD_Dillon Yup, the negative influence of time pressure + convenience. #lrnchat
9:06 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:06 PM eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:06 PM JD_Dillon RT @LnDDave A3 don’t focus on the content; focus on the problem that needs to be solved. #lrnchat
9:06 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:07 PM dtzumbrunnen A3) minimize useless info. I forget less that I see use for! #lrnchat
9:07 PM lodtrain Q3) Make training relevant, have them bring in their own work – do labs (vILT or ILT) #lrnchat
9:07 PM npmaven RT @dtzumbrunnen A3) minimize useless info. I forget less that I see use for! #lrnchat
9:07 PM MaryGMSEd Q3) Stop the knowledge dumping! Most of it is forgotten anyway… #lrnchat
9:07 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:07 PM lodtrain RT @MeaganJSchmidt: a3) #lrnchat maybe “application” homework with a debrief later – in the form of a webinar / workshop/ meeting
9:07 PM Quinnovator a4) it’s based upon our neural architecture: the links between neurons can only be strengthened so much in any one day #lrnchat
9:07 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:07 PM LnDDave RT @JD_Dillon: A3) Focus on application, not facts #lrnchat
9:07 PM WonderPix A3) Encourage peer to peer learning/reminding #lrnchat
9:07 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:07 PM JD_Dillon A4) Because that’s how the brain works … And not enough people care about the science of learning #lrnchat
9:07 PM willconstantine Q4) it allows the brain to have time to build the networks it needs for the information #lrnchat
9:07 PM lisammenke A4) We all know the one and done approach doesn’t stick. #lrnchat
9:07 PM kmarranzino RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:07 PM btopro RT @LnDDave: A3) don’t bury what’s really important in a giant pile of non-critical content. #lrnchat
9:07 PM bschlenker RT @willconstantine Q4) it allows the brain to have time to build the networks it needs for the information #lrnchat
9:07 PM lodtrain Q4) Spacing is great if you add assignments in between and have them #ShowYourWork #lrnchat
9:07 PM ryantracey @Quinnovator Yes, the human brain can only handle so much. #lrnchat
9:08 PM ldcoe_com “@breecouch how much stuff to memorize? #lrnchat” A lot less than before the Internet. Heutagogy is focus on “how to learn” skills.
9:08 PM davidbell02 Q4) It’s like a leaky faucet. It is hard to forget when it is dripping. #lrnchat
9:08 PM ryantracey RT @willconstantine: Q4) it allows the brain to have time to build the networks it needs for the information #lrnchat
9:08 PM JD_Dillon A4) If you know you’ll have ongoing opportunities and support, the pressure is off – more free to learn as you desire #lrnchat
9:08 PM willconstantine Q4) Also with the spacing effect also allows us to build upon previous learning #lrnchat
9:08 PM urbie #lrnchat A3 Intel had memory triggers everywhere: Restroom Reader, hallway signs, lunch menu inserts. Get in front of their eyeballs.
9:08 PM paul_learning @ryantracey @JD_Dillon Cant have staff learning stuff for more than a 1/2 day costs too much #lrnchat
9:08 PM eLearninCyclops RT @willconstantine Q4) Also with the spacing effect also allows us to build upon previous learning #lrnchat
9:08 PM Quinnovator a4) associations between patterns can only be strengthened so much in any one day, need sleep before can strengthen further #lrnchat
9:08 PM urbie MT @askMsQ: #1to1ipadchat is doing something a little special today – Show and Tell Time. Have a great idea to share? Come join #lrnchat
9:08 PM npmaven RT @JD_Dillon A4) If you know you’ll have ongoing opportunities and support, the pressure is off – more free to learn as you desire #lrnchat
9:08 PM LnDDave RT @JD_Dillon: A4) Because that’s how the brain works … And not enough people care about the science of learning #lrnchat
9:08 PM JD_Dillon A4) Spaced practice lets us focus on what we need when we need it, not what we are told to learn bc everyone needs it #lrnchat
9:08 PM lodtrain @ryantracey @Quinnovator brain remembers so much and then it uses google🙂 #lrnchat
9:08 PM JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:09 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:09 PM learningdojo RT@lisammenke: A3) Teach them how to set expectations for themselves. #lrnchat <<Accountability=skin in the game=transfer. Nice!
9:09 PM ldcoe_com “@JD_Dillon: A4) Because that’s how the brain works … And not enough people care about the science of learning #lrnchat” This. Exactly.
9:09 PM urbie RT @Quinnovator: a4) it’s based upon our neural architecture: the links between neurons can only be strengthened so much in any one day #lr…
9:09 PM WonderPix A4) think of the brain like a muscle…one workout does not make you strong #lrnchat
9:09 PM trinarimmer A3) Shift the burden. I spend bulk of my time educating SMEs on how people learn/work/perform rather than designing training. #lrnchat
9:09 PM breecouch_ Q4) check out a the awesome research on practicing “recall”. It really does make a big difference when you retrieve the info. #lrnchat
9:09 PM ryantracey A4) The spaced content can reinforce the prior content. #lrnchat
9:09 PM paul_learning Q4 People have time to learn and integrate the skills and knowledge #lrnchat
9:09 PM MeaganJSchmidt #lrnchat A4) time to process; making connections and thinking thru application possibilities
9:09 PM JustStormy a4) if it’s always poking me, I can’t forget it #lrnchat
9:09 PM eLearninCyclops RT @paul_learning Q4 People have time to learn and integrate the skills and knowledge #lrnchat
9:09 PM bschlenker @urbie memory triggers – you mean like what advertising and marketing have been doing for years and years? #lrnchat
9:09 PM npmaven So important. RT @MeaganJSchmidt #lrnchat A4) time to process; making connections and thinking thru application possibilities
9:09 PM ryantracey RT @WonderPix: A4) think of the brain like a muscle…one workout does not make you strong #lrnchat
9:09 PM kmarranzino A4) Builds “muscle memory,” ie neural pathways. Behaviors eventually become automatic. #lrnchat
9:10 PM kelly_smith01 RT @eLearninCyclops: RT @paul_learning Q4 People have time to learn and integrate the skills and knowledge #lrnchat
9:10 PM bschlenker RT @kmarranzino A4) Builds “muscle memory,” ie neural pathways. Behaviors eventually become automatic. #lrnchat
9:10 PM LnDDave A4) for the same reason we don’t eat a weeks worth of good in one sitting. #lrnchat
9:10 PM trinarimmer RT @LnDDave: A3 don’t focus on the content; focus on the problem that needs to be solved. #lrnchat
9:10 PM eLearninCyclops RT @kmarranzino A4) Builds “muscle memory,” ie neural pathways. Behaviors eventually become automatic. #lrnchat
9:10 PM ryantracey RT @JustStormy: a4) if it’s always poking me, I can’t forget it #lrnchat
9:10 PM lodtrain RT @MeaganJSchmidt: #lrnchat A4) time to process; making connections and thinking thru application possibilities
9:10 PM SteveSwinkTN @lrnchat A4: I give participants a little “R&R” Review & Reinforcement – dovetails drills with critical thinking + problem solving #lrnchat
9:10 PM dtzumbrunnen A4) it’s like the 10,000 hours thing – time plays a factor in how we build all skills. Like I’m doing now #lrnchat http://t.co/GspypBQmwi
9:10 PM lodtrain RT @eLearninCyclops: RT @paul_learning Q4 People have time to learn and integrate the skills and knowledge #lrnchat
9:10 PM lodtrain RT @kmarranzino: A4) Builds “muscle memory,” ie neural pathways. Behaviors eventually become automatic. #lrnchat
9:10 PM JD_Dillon A4) if you lift of ton of weights once, you may be a little stronger for a short time. Lift smaller weights more often – HUGE! #lrnchat
9:10 PM davidbell02 RT @kmarranzino A4) Builds “muscle memory,” ie neural pathways. Behaviors eventually become automatic. #lrnchat
9:10 PM btopro RT @JustStormy: a4) if it’s always poking me, I can’t forget it #lrnchat
9:10 PM paul_learning RT @eLearninCyclops: RT @kmarranzino A4) Builds “muscle memory,” ie neural pathways. Behaviors eventually become automatic. #lrnchat
9:11 PM lisammenke A4) Allows the info time to settle, & can be built on from there. Neuroscientist I am not, but I think I “get” this bit. #lrnchat @DrJSpivey
9:11 PM paul_learning RT @JD_Dillon: A4) if you lift of ton of weights once, you may be a little stronger for a short time. Lift smaller weights more often – HUG…
9:11 PM urbie #lrnchat A4 I’m told that distributed practice n spacing is like interval training. It builds w/o burnout.
9:11 PM MeaganJSchmidt RT @WonderPix: A4) think of the brain like a muscle…one workout does not make you strong #lrnchat
9:11 PM kelly_smith01 Opportunity to place learning in new or different contexts, situations #lrnchat
9:11 PM britz “@ryantracey: @paul_learning I was talking on behalf of the little people. #lrnchat” /<like>
9:11 PM npmaven RT @kelly_smith01 Opportunity to place learning in new or different contexts, situations #lrnchat
9:12 PM JustStormy nudge….nudge….nudge…. #lrnchat
9:12 PM lisammenke A4) I see it in college students. Those who have regular study habits vs crammers. The former always do best on exams. #lrnchat
9:12 PM urbie @bschlenker #lrnchat mhm. and like the political ads that run non-stop through Election Day. Someone needs to give ‘em a heads-up w/spacing
9:12 PM WonderPix RT @kelly_smith01: Opportunity to place learning in new or different contexts, situations #lrnchat
9:12 PM eLearninCyclops MT @lisammenke A4) I see it in college students. Those who have regular study habits v crammers. former always do best on exams. #lrnchat
9:12 PM trinarimmer A4) Humans are pattern-seekers. Negative space is a critical part of many patterns. #lrnchat
9:13 PM MeaganJSchmidt RT @lrnchat: Q4) Why does distributed practice (the spacing effect) work so well #lrnchat
9:13 PM Quinnovator a4) how many of you remember stupid ad jingles owing to repetition, despite mute button, etc? #marketing #lrnchat
9:13 PM davidbell02 Q4) Applying the information is the best way to memory. Applying again over time is beneficial to retention and innovation. #lrnchat
9:13 PM DrCSimmons RT @ClassDojo: Helpful thoughts on mixing up formative assessments in the classroom: http://t.co/s9ynWvcQ7t #lrnchat #ntchat #cpchat
9:13 PM npmaven RT @davidbell02 Q4) Applying info is the best way to memory. Applying again over time is beneficial to retention and innovation. #lrnchat
9:14 PM ryantracey Like: RT @trinarimmer A4) Humans are pattern-seekers. Negative space is a critical part of many patterns. #lrnchat
9:14 PM urbie RT @Quinnovator: a4) how many of you remember stupid ad jingles owing to repetition, despite mute button, etc? #marketing #lrnchat
9:14 PM lrnchat Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:14 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:14 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:14 PM eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM kelly_smith01 RT @ryantracey: Like: RT @trinarimmer A4) Humans are pattern-seekers. Negative space is a critical part of many patterns. #lrnchat
9:15 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM dtzumbrunnen RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM JD_Dillon A5) If info is properly prioritized, perfectly fine to forget info that can be accessed via resource when needed #lrnchat
9:15 PM kmarranzino A4) Doesn’t allow the learning to get stale, “like during summer break” my 14yo son just said to me.🙂 #lrnchat
9:15 PM britz @Quinnovator or any Taylor Swift song for that matter. #lrnchat
9:15 PM bschlenker RT @ryantracey Like: RT @trinarimmer A4) Humans are pattern-seekers. Negative space is a critical part of many patterns. #lrnchat
9:15 PM eLearninCyclops Q5) I forgot how to use WordPress and Google Wave #lrnchat
9:15 PM JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM urbie #lrnchat A4 B-I-N-G-O. B-I-N-G-O. B-I-N-G-O, and B-I-N-G-O was his name, oh!
9:15 PM bschlenker RT @lrnchat Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM npmaven RT @urbie RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM kmarranzino RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:15 PM dtzumbrunnen A5) forget old habits when they’re blocking you from trying something new #lrnchat
9:15 PM JD_Dillon A5) Only Sheldon Cooper can remember everything … Must make space for what’s important now based on objectives #lrnchat
9:16 PM eLearninCyclops RT @dtzumbrunnen A5) forget old habits when they’re blocking you from trying something new #lrnchat
9:16 PM breecouch_ Q5) haha- sometimes we want people to unlearn! Always searching for that sweet spot. #lrnchat
9:16 PM paul_learning Q5, when it is an old outmoded way of working #lrnchat
9:16 PM npmaven RT @eLearninCyclops: RT @dtzumbrunnen A5) forget old habits when they’re blocking you from trying something new #lrnchat
9:16 PM JustStormy a5) egads…there is a lot of stuff i’d like to forget, but if I hadn’t done it, I wouldn’t KNOW #lrnchat
9:16 PM willconstantine Q5) Forgetting is great when the learning is out of context to what the learner needs #lrnchat
9:16 PM lisammenke A5) Forgetting is not always bad. Things change. Systems improve, paradigms shift. Remember what’s critical to the core. #lrnchat
9:16 PM learningdojo @Quinnovator I remember the stupid ad jingles but sometimes not the products. Partially effective for reducing forgetting. #lrnchat
9:16 PM JD_Dillon A5) Change management = assisted forgetting (maybe) #lrnchat
9:16 PM bschlenker A5) The more I try to forget something, the more I engage with spaced repetition. #lrnchat
9:16 PM eLearninCyclops Q5) Good to forget when you want a new approach #lrnchat
9:16 PM WonderPix A5) When the skills are no longer needed or used (old software, new goals, etc) #lrnchat
9:16 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 Forgetting is desirable when that which almost killed you fails to make you stronger/smarter.
9:16 PM npmaven RT @lisammenke A5) Forgetting not always bad. Things change. Systems improve, paradigms shift. Remember what’s critical to core. #lrnchat
9:16 PM JD_Dillon A5) “How we do it here” could use a big dose of forgetting #lrnchat
9:16 PM kmarranzino A5) When the process changes, or when the initial instruction was bad. #lrnchat
9:17 PM lodtrain RT @JD_Dillon: A5) If info is properly prioritized, perfectly fine to forget info that can be accessed via resource when needed #lrnchat
9:17 PM WrayMelissa A5) It’s like iOS8. Sometimes you have to make room for bigger and better things. #lrnchat
9:17 PM AdamTilted A5) Forgetting obsolete routines. #lrnchat Changing old habits is hard.
9:17 PM JustStormy a5) I hate when i forget unintentionally #lrnchat
9:17 PM paul_learning Q5 sometimes I would love organisations to forget how they have been doing things for last 20 years #lrnchat
9:17 PM ryantracey RT @WonderPix: A5) When the skills are no longer needed or used (old software, new goals, etc) #lrnchat
9:17 PM lodtrain RT @breecouch_: Q5) haha- sometimes we want people to unlearn! Always searching for that sweet spot. #lrnchat
9:17 PM dtzumbrunnen A5) forgetting can be good when they’re isn’t one clear way to skin a cat – can lead to new solutions #lrnchat
9:17 PM paul_learning RT @JD_Dillon: A5) “How we do it here” could use a big dose of forgetting #lrnchat
9:17 PM lodtrain RT @lisammenke: A5) Forgetting is not always bad. Things change. Systems improve, paradigms shift. Remember what’s critical to the core. #l…
9:17 PM npmaven Oh, yes. RT @JD_Dillon A5) “How we do it here” could use a big dose of forgetting #lrnchat
9:17 PM breecouch_ Hi @MaryGMSEd ! A @Humana friend on tonight’s #lrnchat🙂
9:17 PM RabeckaKrill RT @ryantracey: Like: RT @trinarimmer A4) Humans are pattern-seekers. Negative space is a critical part of many patterns. #lrnchat
9:18 PM breecouch_ RT @lisammenke: A5) Forgetting is not always bad. Things change. Systems improve, paradigms shift. Remember what’s critical to the core. #l…
9:18 PM ryantracey RT @lisammenke: A5) Forgetting is not always bad. Things change. Systems improve, paradigms shift. Remember what’s critical to the core. #l…
9:18 PM davidbell02 Q5) Forgetting an old system can be good when when learning a new system that improves performance. #lrnchat
9:18 PM ryantracey A5) Forgetting something that’s obsolete would be helpful. #lrnchat
9:18 PM SteveSwinkTN @lrnchat A5: forgetting bad habits is a good thing, but they usually need to be “flushed out” #lrnchat
9:18 PM lisammenke A5) Who remembers Windows Millenium? #forgettingisok #lrnchat
9:18 PM WonderPix RT @paul_learning: Q5 sometimes I would love organisations to forget how they have been doing things for last 20 years #lrnchat
9:18 PM MaryGMSEd Q5) When teaching a new/revised process or system, forgetting the old process is helpful. #lrnchat
9:18 PM urbie RT @MaryGMSEd: Q5) When teaching a new/revised process or system, forgetting the old process is helpful. #lrnchat
9:18 PM AndrewGerkens RT @willconstantine: Q5) Forgetting is great when the learning is out of context to what the learner needs #lrnchat
9:18 PM kelly_smith01 RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:18 PM MeaganJSchmidt A5). I forget how I remembered things before Google… #lrnchat
9:18 PM npmaven RT @AndrewGerkens RT @willconstantine: Q5) Forgetting is great when the learning is out of context to what the learner needs #lrnchat
9:18 PM lodtrain Q5 maybe forgetting would get rid of “we have always done it this way”🙂 #lrnchat
9:19 PM ryantracey RT @MaryGMSEd: Q5) When teaching a new/revised process or system, forgetting the old process is helpful. #lrnchat
9:19 PM breecouch_ RT @lodtrain: Q5 maybe forgetting would get rid of “we have always done it this way”🙂 #lrnchat
9:19 PM WonderPix RT @AndrewGerkens: RT @willconstantine: Q5) Forgetting is great when the learning is out of context to what the learner needs #lrnchat
9:19 PM eLearninCyclops Q5) Forget about it! #lrnchat
9:19 PM JD_Dillon A5) How many telephone numbers do you actually remember? #lrnchat
9:19 PM JustStormy whether forgetting is intentional or not is key #lrnchat
9:19 PM davidbell02 Q5) Forgetting someone’s failure or disappointment five years ago may be helpful. #lrnchat
9:19 PM ryantracey B.G. rt @MeaganJSchmidt A5). I forget how I remembered things before Google… #lrnchat
9:19 PM LnDDave RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:19 PM willconstantine Q5) Also, as ideas change we must evolve and in order to change for the better we need to forget the ineffective (learning styles) #lrnchat
9:20 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q5) Is forgetting always a bad thing? When can forgetting be beneficial? #lrnchat
9:20 PM ryantracey I forgot the question. #lrnchat
9:20 PM wyorichelle RT @npmaven: RT @davidbell02 Q4) Applying info is the best way to memory. Applying again over time is beneficial to retention and innovati…
9:20 PM sellio7 RT @willconstantine: Q5) Also, as ideas change we must evolve and in order to change for the better we need to forget the ineffective (lear…
9:20 PM Quinnovator RT @ryantracey: I forgot the question. #lrnchat
9:20 PM RabeckaKrill RT @willconstantine: Q5) Also, as ideas change we must evolve and in order to change for the better we need to forget the ineffective (lear…
9:20 PM AndrewGerkens Nice to have an ‘unlearn’ switch! @breecouch_ Q5) haha- sometimes we want people to unlearn! Always searching for that sweet spot #lrnchat
9:20 PM sellio7 RT @JustStormy: whether forgetting is intentional or not is key #lrnchat
9:20 PM MaryGMSEd @eLearninCyclops isn’t that an Alison Krauss song?🙂 #lrnchat
9:20 PM Quinnovator a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:20 PM paul_learning @ActivateLearn you didnt do #lrnchat today
9:20 PM davidbell02 RT @Quinnovator a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:20 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:20 PM npmaven RT @kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:20 PM JustStormy RT @lodtrain: Q5 maybe forgetting would get rid of “we have always done it this way”🙂 #lrnchat
9:20 PM sellio7 RT @lodtrain: Q5 maybe forgetting would get rid of “we have always done it this way”🙂 #lrnchat
9:21 PM britz Gr8 topic and thoughts. Glad to dip in for most but alas I must depart. Until next time #lrnchat
9:21 PM dtzumbrunnen RT @Quinnovator: a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:21 PM LnDDave A5) there’s a lesson in almost anything, so the ‘value’ of forgetting is minimal. #lrnchat
9:21 PM AdamTilted Why is it “skin a cat?” So weird. Why would anyone skin a cat? They taste terrible. #lrnchat
9:21 PM ryantracey RT @Quinnovator: a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:21 PM bschlenker @britz Adios! Have a great night! #lrnchat
9:21 PM sellio7 RT @bschlenker: A5) The more I try to forget something, the more I engage with spaced repetition. #lrnchat
9:21 PM lisammenke A5) Can we teach forgetting the fails and how to remember the wins? #lrnchat
9:21 PM LnDDave RT @davidbell02: RT @Quinnovator a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:21 PM eLearninCyclops @MaryGMSEd I thought it was a Northeast (US) thing – Know what I’m sayin? #lrnchat
9:22 PM JustStormy RT @Quinnovator: a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:22 PM Jovianshadow Started doing #lrnchat… then the phone rang…
9:22 PM JustStormy RT @lisammenke: A5) Can we teach forgetting the fails and how to remember the wins? #lrnchat
9:22 PM MeaganJSchmidt RT @lodtrain: Q5 maybe forgetting would get rid of “we have always done it this way”🙂 #lrnchat
9:22 PM WonderPix RT @lisammenke: A5) Can we teach forgetting the fails and how to remember the wins? #lrnchat
9:22 PM btopro Q5 Forgetting success is important, dwelling in past victories will never lead to future successes #lrnchat
9:22 PM kmarranzino “@eLearninCyclops: Q5) Forget about it! #lrnchat”

You mean, “Fugghetaboutit!!!”

9:22 PM LnDDave A5) forgetting can be useful when you need to break a habit. #lrnchat
9:23 PM eLearninCyclops RT @lisammenke Can we teach forgetting fails & how to remember the wins? #lrnchat | Difficult, but need to remember fails – learn from them
9:23 PM Quinnovator @lisammenke maybe we can make it safe to fail (smartly) and celebrate the lesson learned #lrnchat
9:23 PM willconstantine Q5) Even if we “forget” the information is still in our brains, just retrieving the information is more difficult #lrnchat
9:23 PM lodtrain RT @btopro: Q5 Forgetting success is important, dwelling in past victories will never lead to future successes #lrnchat
9:23 PM AndrewGerkens RT @Quinnovator: a5) forget the failure, retain the lesson #lrnchat
9:23 PM lodtrain RT @LnDDave: A5) forgetting can be useful when you need to break a habit. #lrnchat
9:23 PM eLearninCyclops @kmarranzino That’s it with a NJ accent🙂 #lrnchat
9:23 PM willconstantine The neural pathways are weaker #lrnchat
9:23 PM learningdojo @dtolliver638 Welcome! #lrnchat
9:23 PM kelly_smith01 Random Bob Dylan lyric – “Someday maybe I’ll remember to forget” #lrnchat
9:23 PM bschlenker A5) Perhaps replacing the wrong information with new (correct) information is all that is required. #lrnchat
9:24 PM eLearninCyclops RT @kelly_smith01 Random Bob Dylan lyric – “Someday maybe I’ll remember to forget” #lrnchat
9:24 PM Quinnovator RT @LnDDave: A5) forgetting can be useful when you need to break a habit. #lrnchat < maybe not forget but over learn on top of
9:24 PM JustStormy RT @btopro: Q5 Forgetting success is important, dwelling in past victories will never lead to future successes #lrnchat
9:24 PM lisammenke @eLearninCyclops Agree. Remember the fails that mean something, forget the ones that are just oopses. #lrnchat
9:24 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 Dunno that forgetting relates to failure in some way. Lots of times I forget ‘learned way’ n go with my or team’s best way.
9:24 PM JD_Dillon A5) Reprioritize vs forget #lrnchat
9:24 PM lodtrain RT @kelly_smith01: Random Bob Dylan lyric – “Someday maybe I’ll remember to forget” #lrnchat
9:24 PM bschlenker RT @kelly_smith01 Random Bob Dylan lyric – “Someday maybe I’ll remember to forget” #lrnchat <good call!
9:24 PM eLearninCyclops @kelly_smith01 “Something is happening, but you don’t know what it is… Do you Mr Jones” #lrnchat
9:24 PM Quinnovator a5) sometimes forgetting might lead to serendipitous untried alternate #lrnchat
9:24 PM lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:24 PM LnDDave RT @JD_Dillon: A5) Reprioritize vs forget #lrnchat
9:25 PM urbie #lrnchat A5 The point is to integrate forgetting into learning, development process.
9:25 PM eLearninCyclops @lisammenke Then I agree #lrnchat
9:25 PM lisammenke A5) Maybe NOT forget, but file under “that wasn’t the best choice”. #lrnchat
9:25 PM lodtrain Q5) Document vs forget #lrnchat
9:25 PM JD_Dillon RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat < already?!?
9:25 PM ryantracey RT @urbie: #lrnchat A5 The point is to integrate forgetting into learning, development process.
9:25 PM JustStormy RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM eLearninCyclops RT @lodtrain Q5) Document vs forget #lrnchat
9:25 PM willconstantine RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM Quinnovator aWrap) thanks to new and returning participants for another wise and witty #lrnchat!
9:25 PM urbie RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM kelly_smith01 RT @Quinnovator: a5) sometimes forgetting might lead to serendipitous untried alternate #lrnchat
9:25 PM eLearninCyclops RT @lisammenke A5) Maybe NOT forget, but file under “that wasn’t the best choice”. #lrnchat
9:25 PM pkcc1 TOUCH this image: Aussie Kids Online key indicators, #decd #edchat #elearning #lrnchat #flipclass http://t.co/oMxKdf6csw
9:25 PM kmarranzino RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:25 PM JD_Dillon JD from Orlando. Thanks for another fun #lrnchat! I’ll remember it for as long as I can.🙂
9:25 PM ryantracey Awrap) Shameless plug in the wake of the latest iPhone launch: “All hail the electronic calf” http://t.co/Nga7506jRe #lrnchat
9:26 PM lodtrain Qwrap thank you #lrnchat colleagues for a chat I will not forget – bye from IT global Education
9:26 PM davidbell02 RT @lrnchat QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:26 PM eLearninCyclops Jeff Goldman – Did we have #LrnChat 2nite? I forgot
9:26 PM AdamTilted AWrap) Adam Brown, Learning Consultant http://t.co/ydHexB6WFs Hope to meet some of you at DevLearn. #lrnchat
9:26 PM JD_Dillon If you’re heading to #DevLearn, be sure to say HI! Also trying to get back into my writing at http://t.co/dnD9GrWuRx #lrnchat
9:26 PM paul_learning Qwrap Brisbane QLD, had a great time see you all next week #lrnchat
9:26 PM Quinnovator aWrap) Clark Quinn, advocating we #revolutionizeLnD http://t.co/gfA9TvI2KL, hope to see you at DevLearn #lrnchat
9:26 PM urbie #lrnchat Awrap urbie delgado.. Presently in an online course on social media in learning. Forgetting what the school of hard knocks taught.
9:26 PM dtzumbrunnen Glad I could join you #lrnchat folks tonight, since there are so many rests in Shostakovich 10! #count
9:27 PM MaryGMSEd Qwrap Mary G, Greenbelt, MD, having fun and getting paid for it. #lrnchat
9:27 PM learningdojo QWrap) Lisa from Indiana. Working to deliver effective systems training and welcoming new opportunities. #lrnchat
9:27 PM kmarranzino Wrap) Ken Marranzino, learning manager and ID in financial services industry. Pisces, like long walks on the beach… #lrnchat
9:27 PM lisammenke QWrap) Lisa from Nebraska, @YCOnline I forgot #lrnchat for a year, but a calendar alarm reminded me tonight. #yayIremembered #lrnchat
9:27 PM JustStormy qwrap) Melissa Hicks, Eberly College of Science PSU-love the opportunity to be intent for 1 hr. w/ some amazing collaborative peeps #lrnchat
9:27 PM eLearninCyclops Jeff Goldman – eLearning Guy in Baltimore. Blogging at http://t.co/Y1Tvd04LlC #lrnchat
9:27 PM urbie RT @Quinnovator: aWrap) Clark Quinn, advocating we #revolutionizeLnD http://t.co/gfA9TvI2KL, hope to see you at DevLearn #lrnchat
9:27 PM LnDDave I invite everyone from #lrnchat to share their thoughts on the future of learning. Details here: http://t.co/P42dTT1M56 #LRN2024
9:27 PM willconstantine QWrap) Will Constantine, #LearnHaus http://t.co/UhDtVyN2zP ID, elearning, mobile learning, neuroscience President-Elect of @NNJASTD #lrnchat
9:27 PM davidbell02 Wrap) David Bell, Houston, look forward to attending and presenting at ALC in Washington DC in October. #lrnchat
9:27 PM bschlenker Qwrap) Brent Schlenker – LitmosLMS, LitmosAuthor, LitmosContent – Great chat tonight! Always room in the hangout. #lrnchat
9:27 PM kelly_smith01 RT @LnDDave: I invite everyone from #lrnchat to share their thoughts on the future of learning. Details here: http://t.co/P42dTT1M56 #LRN20…
9:27 PM urbie RT @LnDDave: I invite everyone from #lrnchat to share their thoughts on the future of learning. Details here: http://t.co/P42dTT1M56 #LRN20…
9:28 PM WrayMelissa A wrap) Melissa from Charlotte. Thanks for a great chat! #lrnchat
9:28 PM LnDDave I hope to see some #lrnchat peeps join us for #GuildChat tomorrow. Details and questions can be found here: http://t.co/VQYzQJGglQ
9:28 PM SteveSwinkTN @lrnchat Please follow me @SteveSwinkTN and I will return favor! Thanks for invigorating convo! Drive Training Forward! #lrnchat
9:28 PM JustStormy RT @LnDDave: I invite everyone from #lrnchat to share their thoughts on the future of learning. Details here: http://t.co/Y5R7A0sq5o…
9:28 PM btopro RT @JustStormy: RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:28 PM btopro RT @lrnchat: QWrap. It’s that time again. Please re-introduce yourselves. Shameless plugs welcome #lrnchat
9:28 PM MeaganJSchmidt AWrap thanks for another interesting, fun discussion. Sorry I was late…I forgot about #lrnchat – how could I?!
9:28 PM ryantracey RT @LnDDave: I invite everyone from #lrnchat to share their thoughts on the future of learning. Details here: http://t.co/P42dTT1M56 #LRN20…
9:28 PM AndrewGerkens AWrap) Andrew from @702010forum Join us in London for free #702010 seminar on 08 Oct https://t.co/LRa2lW5tCw #lrnchat
9:29 PM JustStormy @bschlenker hope to check out the fireside sometime soon! #lrnchat
9:29 PM ldcoe_com Wrap. Irene from Orlando. Free graphics (model photos for telling great story) for learning projects at http://t.co/AS0a71AVSV #lrnchat
9:29 PM ryantracey RT @AndrewGerkens: AWrap) Andrew from @702010forum Join us in London for free #702010 seminar on 08 Oct https://t.co/LRa2lW5tCw #lrnchat
9:29 PM LnDDave Have a great night everyone! #lrnchat
9:29 PM lisammenke QWrap) Collecting thoughts on participatory culture in online learning. Tweet or DM to share your thoughts with me. #lrnchat
9:30 PM btopro Wrap #lrnchat Bryan ollendyke, lead developer of #elmsln. The only system structured to survive the #singularity, join us, eliminate costs.
9:30 PM dtzumbrunnen Wrap) plug for our invigorated @talentlabNBCU crew, follow for leadership highlights w/media bend #lrnchat
9:30 PM breecouch_ #lrnchat wrap – Bree Couch, learning pro. Looking forward to meeting many of you during this year’s conference season!
9:31 PM lrnchat Thanks everyone for joining #lrnchat tonight. See you next week! Don’t ‘forget’ to look for weekly transcripts at http://t.co/RfcLb1jFq3😉