Tag Archives: Learning Bursts

On the second day of Christmas Learning: speed

In the spirit of the season, i’m dedicating the last twelve days of writing to a series of reflections on key trends and features of learning in the Social Age. Today: speed. I hope Santa has an asbestos beard, because … Continue reading

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Attention deficit. Do smaller chunks of learning work more effectively, or are we simply training people to pay attention for less time?

I’ve been secretly worried that i’ve trained myself to be distracted. I can recognise the symptoms. When i try to write a document, i check my email. Several times. Then Facebook. If i’m sat reading, sometimes i feel the urge … Continue reading

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