Chapter5

Se ensure that goals and objectives for the training

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Unformatted text preview: simple rewards when you catch people doing right things. •  Cri.cal thinking: –  Are there differences in the applica.on of these principles for novice and expert learners? –  How does the cogni.ve complexity of the learning affect the applica.on of the principles? –  How do we train “conceptually resistant” material? –  What about deliberate prac.ce and adap.ve exper.se? Ensure that goals and objectives for the training are clear Appreciate that people learn in different ways and at different levels..... Necktie example : How could we improve this training, based on principles? -- set a goal , to be able to tie the tie with your eyes closed Opportunities to practice, take this tie home and practice a few minutes a day Implementa.on feedback compare results to a well-tied tie, diagnose errors. • ...
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