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www.td.org/Publications/Blogs/Science-of-Learning-Blog/2015/03/Debunk-This-People-Remember-10-Percent-of-What-They-Read

Mar 12, 2015 ... If we want our learners to learn the most, we should have them “design/perform ... Unfortunately, the information above is regularly conveyed within the ... shows that human beings are highly variable in how much they remember. .... retain more of what they see than hear and more of what they do than see.

www.psychotactics.com/art-retain-learning

How many times would you keep filling the bucket? ... So why do you retain 90% when you teach someone else or when you implement it immediately? ... (In this article for instance, after I'd read the information, I cited the loss rate as 95% ... There are hidden forces causing us all to resist doing what we really should do.

www.uh.edu/~dsocs3/wisdom/wisdom/we_remember.pdf

WE REMEMBER. 10% of what we read. 20% of what we hear. 30% of what we see. 50% of what we see and hear. 70% of what we discuss with others. 80% of ...

www.nhi.fhwa.dot.gov/downloads/freebies/172/PR%20Pre-course%20Reading%20Assignment.pdf

information has little meaning to them until they hear it. They benefit ... We retain approximately 10 percent of what we see; 30 to 40 percent of what we see and ...

www.willatworklearning.com/2006/05/people_remember.html

May 1, 2006 ... People do NOT remember 10% of what they read, 20% of what they ... Later I often hear audible gasps and nervous giggles as the information is debunked. ... Do we really believe that people learn more "hearing" a lecture, ...

www.learningsolutionsmag.com/articles/1379/brain-science-the-forgetting-curvethe-dirty-secret-of-corporate-training

Mar 13, 2014 ... Read what neuroscience knows about why we forget—the ... of all of this memory purging, our brain often forgets important information.” ... will have forgotten an average of 50 percent of the information you presented. ... Although the brain will inevitably purge most of what it learns, it does retain some ...

www.trainingzone.co.uk/lead/strategy/top-read-of-2008-modern-myths-of-learning-you-only-remember-10-of-what-you-read

Dec 16, 2008 ... You only remember 10% of what you read...don't you? ... There are too many myths and half-truths in the world of learning. .... Do we want to work in a profession based on solid data, where evidence is assessed critically?

www.businessinsider.com/how-to-remember-everything-you-read-2015-9

Sep 16, 2015 ... ... creative strategies for retaining more of what you read — whether ... we perused the Quora thread, "How do you remember what you've just read? ... Make associations between the information you're reading and facts you already know. ... The more you read the material, the stronger your memory will be.

www.northshore.edu/advising/pdf/memory.pdf

We need to remember the information for a quiz next week, for the final exam ... As you are reading, often you will think of something you should remember to do.

jackmalcolm.com/2012/08/how-much-of-your-presentation-will-they-remember

Aug 20, 2012 ... ... impression but may retain an interesting story or intriguing statistic you gave them. Since very little of your message will stick, you must be absolutely ... We're all visual learners; pictures stay in our minds far more commonly ... When you craft your presentation, first make sure you get your facts straight, but ...