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Reinforcement  ≠  Knowledge Retention


Knowledge retention is an important component in establishing behavior change, but in order to establish behavior change, participants must apply..

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How to Change Your Learners' Behaviors


The main focus of any training and development department is to create the most effective training program possible. Training programs should..

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10 Key Benefits of Adaptive Learning


When peers are moving at different paces, the slow learners will inevitably fall behind those who are moving through the reinforcement course more..

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Understanding The Forgetting Curve


We know this situation all too well: your learners have returned from their course, but within days, they begin to forget important information..

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Forgetting, Remembering & Applying


Important or not, forgetting something often causes people to question what is wrong with their memory, but in reality almost everyone has had an..

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How Does Spaced Repetition Impact Memory?


The concept of the Forgetting Curve dates back to 1885, when the German psychologist Ebbinghaus developed his memory retention theory. Ebbinghaus..

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Best Practices to Increase Training Effectiveness


So you’re ready to start your first reinforcement program but you would like a little guidance. Where do you start? What do other companies do to..

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Helpful Tips on Implementing Reinforcement


Did you know that training reinforcement works for organizations no matter their size? Your organization could be 50 employees or 20,000..

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Mindmarker Success Story: Support Services for Secure Facilities


The client is the leader in support services for secure facilities in the United States. The organization began using Mindmarker Training..

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