Ever wondered if you have the attention span of a goldfish or if sitting with a banana on your head boosts your memory? Well, hold onto your thinking caps as we dispel all such myths and misconceptions around learning and development in our unbelievably real series on the block:L&DMyth-ology. In each episode, we tackle a prevalent L&D myth and present you with insights that dispel the confusion. Prepare to separate fact from fiction, and maybe even learn a thing or two along the way. This series is pure edutainment! Don't miss out.
Do Learning Styles Really Matter?
Are learning styles really the key to effective learning? Do they really matter?
Let's break down this widely held belief as Clark Quinn takes on the myth of learning styles and delves into various studies to indicate that there isn't strong evidence to back up tailoring instruction to fit the needs of different learning styles.
Is Microlearning All About Duration of Courses?
Separating Facts from Fiction!
It’s beyond course duration—it’s 2 different perspectives - quick fixes and brain-friendly bits. In episode 3 of the L&D Myth-ology series, Clark Quinn clears common misconceptions around microlearning. Join him to decode the differences between performance support & spaced learning and refresh your understanding of microlearning!
Is Video the Ultimate Learning Media?
Challenge common misconceptions about video in learning! Is video just passive? Or a solution to all ills? Let's bust the myths! Discover the truth about video in learning & development and learn why design matters more than medium.
Are Humans Formal, Logical, Reasoning Beings?
This episode explores why humans aren't always the formal, logical beings we might believe. Ready to challenge your assumptions?
About Our Myth-Buster
Clark Quinn, Ph.D. is an internationally renowned learning consultant, speaker, and author. He has been involved in the design, development, and evaluation of a wide variety of educational technology for over 40 years. He integrates creativity, cognitive science, and technology to develop award-winning learning and performance support systems. Clark has authored multiple books on learning and also holds the honor of being awarded as the eLearning Guild's first Guild Master in 2012.