10 relevante feiten over het brein (en leren)

Kwam via @coolenbe op dit lijstje van de Elearningcoach terecht, en omdat de schrijfster zelf vraagt om het verder te verspreiden:
  1. Our perceptions are influenced by what we know, what we expect and what we want to achieve.
  2. Our brains like to organize perceptions into meaningful units and patterns.
  3. Events in our brain happen rapidly and are measured in milliseconds (one thousandth of a second).
  4. We can quickly shift our attention to whatever is most important in the environment.
  5. We pay attention to information that is meaningful and disregard what is not meaningful.
  6. Working memory is our online space for figuring things out in the moment.
  7. Because working memory can manipulate 3 to 5 items at one time and because it has a short duration, it is considered a bottleneck in the learning process.
  8. The advantage of a limited working memory is that it gives us the flexibility to quickly shift the focus of our attention and information processing.
  9. Long-term memory is essentially infinite. No one knows its limits.
  10. The knowledge, skills and experiences stored in long-term memory can be retrieved with the appropriate cues. Without the right retrieval cues, the information is difficult or impossible to access.

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