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Tim Slade and Cara North Answer Your Questions About Common Learning Myths

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

In this video, Tim Slade and Cara North answer questions about common learning myths.

Questions answered in this video:
-“Is it true that learning styles aren’t a thing or do we just not have enough evidence to prove their usefulness?” (2:41)
-“Should we bother with Bloom’s Taxonomy or just focus on teaching what learners need to be able to do?” (8:01)
-“Does eLearning have to be interactive in order to be effective?” (9:55)
-“Do click-to-reveal interactions truly offer no value to eLearning?” (12:52)
-“Is it true that classroom training is always more effective than online training?” (15:41)

Connect With Tim Slade:
- Website: elearningacademy.io/
- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sladetim/
- Twitter: twitter.com/sladetim

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Connect With Cara North:
- Website: caranorth.com/
- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/caranorth11/
- Twitter: twitter.com/caranorth11

Interested in submitting a question for a future video? Each month, we’ll solicit your questions on LinkedIn and Twitter around a common topic. You can submit your questions by posting on LinkedIn or Twitter with the #ATDAskATrainer hashtag. Check out the complete ATD Ask a Trainer Advice Column: td.org/ask-a-trainer.

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I really appreciated this video with some common-sense reminders. 1) Engagement occurs in the mind and not the mouth. 2) Participants can experience boredom during either classroom or online training. 3) Most importantly, whether click-to-to reveal, rollover, game, or exercise, if the activity does not contribute to achieving the learning objective, skip it!
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Awesome job Cara and Tim. Great info. :)
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