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In this Infoline, we approach brain-centered learning as learning practitioners, not scientists. Search the literature about the hippocampus (a part of the brain) and you’ll find disagreement over whether the Standard Model of Systems Consolidation is correct or if Multiple Trace Theory is more accurate. We’ll leave those erudite conversations for scholars. Instead, we’ll consider the practical applications for workplace learning.

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  • Jonathan Halls has taught media and learning for more than 20 years. He was a learning executive at the BBC where he ran the corporation’s prestigious production training department. Halls has taught thousands of media professionals around the globe who work in newspapers, radio, and television. 

    Today he is principal of Jonathan Halls & Associates and is an adjunct professor at George Washington University. He is active in the ATD community. He is author of the ASTD Press book Rapid Development Video for Trainers, and regularly speaks at ATD conferences. Jonathan divides his time between teaching media for non-media professionals and running workshops on leadership and change.

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