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Ask a Trainer Video: Common Learning Myths

Tuesday, May 25, 2021
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If there’s one constant that exists within our industry, it’s that folks like to cling to ideas, concepts, and methodologies often proven to be untrue. And for reasons that make no sense to me, these myths have a way of constantly re-emerging and living on despite being proven to be false again and again.

So, for this month’s Ask a Trainer episode, I’ve invited Cara North to help me answer your questions about common learning myths. Enjoy!

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What other common learning myths need to be debunked? Share them by commenting below.


Do you have a learning question you’d like me to tackle? You can email them to [email protected] Also, make sure to visit the Ask a Trainer Hub to check out your questions and my answers.

About the Author

Tim Slade is a speaker, author, award-winning
e-learning designer, and author of The eLearning
Designer’s Handbook.

About the Author

Cara North is an award-winning learning experience designer an has been in talent and development for 10+ years working in both higher education and corporate settings. She is a Training Operations Manager at Silfex. North is also a Ph.D. candidate at The Ohio State University. She also serves as Past-President of Central Ohio ATD and Community Manager for the Training Learning and Development Community. A self-proclaimed social media junkie, you can often find her on Twitter (@caranorth11) & LinkedIn (/in/caranorth11).

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Great video - thank you for debunking this myth. It makes sense that it's more about the content and not the learner's preference.
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