The Learning Science Weekly Podcast brings together thought leaders, researchers, creatives, authors, and scientists to chat about the science of learning and how it can be applied in corporate and customer education.
Episode 12: Customer Education & Community with Sumeru "Sumo" Chatterjee
In this week's episode of the Learning Science Weekly Podcast, we spoke to Sumeru Chatterjee about Customer Education and putting Community first --- the idea that people don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it. We spoke about the secrets behind starting a community and building a movement around a shared identity and values.
Episode 11: Practical applications of Gamification with Doctor Karl Kapp
In this week's episode of the Learning Science Weekly Podcast, we spoke with Doctor Karl Kapp about instructional game design, gamification classes, and online learning design. We explored his research, theoretical foundations, and practical application of gamification, game-thinking, and activity-based learning to organizational performance issues.
Episode 10: Effective, efficient and engaging instruction with Dr. David Merrill
In this week's episode of the Learning Science Weekly Podcast, we spoke with Dr. David Merrill about the study of effective, efficient, and engaging instruction. We covered the first principles of instruction including what those principles are and how we can apply them in workplace learning and customer education.
Episode 9: Taking an evidence-informed approach to training with Mirjam Neelen
In this week's episode of the Learning Science Weekly Podcast, Julia Huprich will be chatting with Mirjam Neelen. They'll go over tips and tools on how to start taking an evidence-informed approach. How you can read more critically and learn on evidence-informed tools, techniques, and ingredients!
Episode 8: A look at the book Grasp: The Science Transforming How We Learn with Luke Yoquinto
How do we learn? What are the most effective ways of educating? And how can the science of learning transform education? In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Luke Yoquinto. He discusses his book called "Grasp: The Science Transforming How We Learn."
Episode 7: Practical tactics for improving learning outcomes with Patti Shank
In this week's episode, we had a conversation with Patti Shank about how we can use instructional design practices to improve learning outcomes. We talked about the needs and constraints of improving work performance in workplace learning settings. Patti also shared with us how she continues to apply research in her everyday life.
Dr. Julia Huprich does a wonderful job pulling together experts and insights into the world of learning and people development. Her inviting voice pulls together the academia and science of learning with real-world application for anyone responsible for helping people learn and do.
Episode 11 with Dr. Karl Kapp is great exploration of gamification. The term gamification is overused and under utilized in my opinion. Julia and Karl break it apart and give examples of what it can be and what it can accomplish with intent.
A Great Listen
A very interesting podcast. I love the subject matter and how they interweave the science of learning into different areas of education.