Ideas that matter

Can the ‘Spacing Effect’ Improve the Acquisition and Long-term Retention of Physical Skills?

One of the core components of the Qstream methodology is the ‘spacing effect’, the cognitive psychology research finding that training presented in small amounts over spaced intervals of time substantially boosts long-term retention of the material compared to massed training (AKA ‘binge-and-purge’).  I have conducted severa [...] Read More

Thinking FAST Leads to Learning and Development Success

This blog was originally published in ATD’s Insights and has been posted here with permission. The world of healthcare is ever-changing, and L&D professionals are continually on the lookout for the latest strategies and technologies to implement within their healthcare organization. Two important aspects of any L&D progr [...] Read More