Part 2 in this series continues the topics and conversations from Part 1. Register for each part individually. Join for one or both sessions.
Suppose you ran a training program last year, and you made some changes. This year, learners report that they enjoy the experience more. But did you really improve the training? Maybe not. Intuition about how to manage learning often leads us astray. Come learn about counterintuitive principles of learning, and how to distinguish training that feels effective from training that really is effective.
Attending this two-session series, participants will:
Matthew Jensen Hays, Ph.D. (VP of Research and Analytics) has over 20 years of experience analyzing and enhancing how people learn and remember. His Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology (with a minor in Human-Computer Interaction) is from UCLA, where he worked with Drs. Elizabeth and Robert Bjork. He has conducted basic research on memory and learning, and has applied those and other findings to the design of training systems, intelligent tutors, multi-million-dollar simulators, and other educational experiences for civilian and military applications. His published articles have been cited hundreds of times and have been nominated for or won Best Paper awards at several conferences. In his role as Senior Director of Research and Analytics at Amplifire, Matt ensures that Amplifire is constantly improving in its ability to accelerate learning, impede forgetting, and diagnose users’ confidently held misinformation.