Brain Strain to Brain Gain

5 ways to help make the learning stick

About this webinar

In this dynamic and interactive webinar, the presenter will examine current brain science about learning and retention and provide a variety of research-tested activities and techniques for practitioners to improve the learning and retention of their participants. The session will also highlight anchoring techniques and examine the use of props as a means to reinforce a message and enhance the recall of content.

What will I learn?

• Reflect on brain facts and how these may influence our learners
• Identify key research to support the application of brain science in learning and teaching
• Examine 5 ways to help make the learning stick
• Discuss how to use props as an anchor for learning.

Presenter - Marc Ratcliffe

Marc Ratcliffe is a multi-award-winning trainer, author and education entrepreneur. He is the CEO and founder of MRWED Training and Assessment, a private RTO that specialises in Trainer Training. He is a strong advocate for "edu-tainment" and believes that learner involvement and fun are integral to student success.

He has been involved in Workplace and Vocational Education for 23 years and has conducted more than 300 Training and Assessment courses in since 2000. He continues to be an in-demand conference speaker and workshop facilitator, having presented at more than 50 conferences in a dozen countries in the past decade and was recently named as the winner of the “Global Training and Development Leadership” Award for 2017 at the World Training and Development Congress in Mumbai.

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In this dynamic and interactive webinar, the presenter will examine current brain science about learning and retention and provide a variety of research-tested activities and techniques for practitioners to improve the learning and retention of their participants. 

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