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February 15, 2010

Deconstructing the Learning Pyramid

To start with, till yesterday, I did not know about the existence of a Learning Pyramid.

Thanks to IT Coaching and their visualization "What I hear, I forget; What I see, I remember; But what I do, I understand". Their site has a graphic image of Learning Pyramid.
Thanks to Google it brought me to the following: Deconstructing the Learning Pyramid
"Presentation given to Berkeley Library staff at the Instructor Development Program's Active Learning Lightning Talks in April 2009. Debunks the "learning pyramid" and suggests that instructional strategies should be made more "active" by considering the experience level of the audience and the strengths of the instructor:

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