There is no point in training unless you repeat it. Our brains are like leaky buckets: the things we learn spill out over time. That is, unless you repeat and reinforce your learning.
There are known knowns, things we know that we know; and there are known unknowns, things that we know we don't know. But there are also unknown unknowns, things we do not know we...
Modern technology means we can finally put the revolutionary learning principles that science discovered 135 years ago.
Today, we're answering three of your most frequently asked questions about learning and all things Yarno.
Are microlearning and macrolearning mortal enemies? Or, perhaps, are they more yin and yang? Let's find out.
Over the past few years at Yarno, I have (almost) perfected the art of the multiple choice quiz. So today, I'm talking about the most common mistakes made when writing the humble multi-choice.
At the start of 2019 Tess predicted 5 learning trends for 2019. Well, at the trail end of 2019, it's time to test Tess on her trend-predicting abilities.
You don't know what you don't know, until you know...ya know? Unless of course, you have Yarno to tell you.
Before worrying about how to make training fun, we need to answer one important question: why are we training? What is the desired outcome?
Enter: the decision template. My one stop shop approach to emboldening everyone at Yarno to make their own decisions (so I don't have to).
This is your step-by-step guide to calculating the effectiveness of training. If you read to the end, you'll even come away with a super-simple formula by which you can plot the exact ROI of...
Microlearning is more than just packing content into bite-sized chunks. Click through to find out the most common microlearning misconceptions.