How People Learn

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 01 Aug 2019

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British author who wrote a book about theories of learning.  The country of origin is important due to stories told and some phrasing.   I found it engaging and very interesting.
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I work in L&D and I think this was one of the most useful work related book I read.
It was full of great ideas and it help to understand how people learn and what to expect.
A great and fascinating read.
Highly recommended!
Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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This interesting statement from the book is how I feel about it: "the dilemma we face today with learning and education: it doesn’t matter how smart you are – if you start with the wrong assumptions you won’t be able to get to the answer." It resonates with me a lot! I wanted to read this book because education today is my deep interest and focus. Learning combined with how we feel or emotional context of what we learn creates longer memorization. This is an amazing book offering great concepts in how to improve education system and corporate learning.
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