Reviving a community of learning

Reviving a community of learning

The way humans learn has changed very little over the past 5,000 years. We still process information through stories and examples and learn best through a continuum of relatable experiences. What has dramatically changed, however, is our ability to understand various learning techniques and to implement them in meaningful ways. One of the most powerful […]

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Observational Learning Remains Relevant for Safety

Observational Learning Remains Relevant for Safety

“I learned it from watching you.” Does anyone remember that line from the 1987 anti-drug PSA? The commercial is a little dated, but the concept is sound. People really do learn from those around them. It’s a concept called vicarious or observational learning, defined as learning that happens indirectly through observation rather than through direct, […]

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