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March 16 – 18, 2016 Orlando, FL

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P10 Foundations of Learning: Turning Research into Design

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday, March 15


There are more opportunities than ever to design and develop creative and innovative learning solutions, in every format: online, face-to-face, social, or blended. But how much do you really know about how the brain works and how this influences your design and development decisions? How can you engage some basic principles of thinking and learning to design more intentional, more memorable, learning experiences?

Pulling from a wide range of easily accessible research, this workshop will encourage you to think about thinking, learn about learning, and determine ways to apply these lessons to your learning design, development, and delivery. You will explore the key conditions for learning, find out how to leverage retrieval bias, and learn about the role of memory in learning.

In this session, you will learn:

  • The two primary conditions for learning to occur
  • How to use retrieval bias to your advantage in the design of learning solutions
  • The basic principles of human behavior that prevail in adult classrooms (online or face-to-face)
  • The basic relationships between learning and memory

Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, and managers.

Technology discussed in this session:

Jeannette Campos

Adjunct Faculty

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Jeannette Campos, adjunct faculty at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, has provided consultative services in the design, development, and delivery of creative learning solutions to clients in the government, nonprofit, academic, and commercial markets. She holds a master of arts degree in instructional systems designs from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She has also served as adjunct faculty at the National Labor College and the Community College System of New Hampshire.

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