The importance of active recall

The importance of active recall

Are you wondering why after training, you are unable to recall what you have just learnt? Adam Robinson, author of  What Smart Students Know said:  “Don’t confuse recognising information with being able to recall it.” This quote is important, as it highlights the...

What is the best way to learn?

According to neuroscience, the brain learns in two ways: By creating new networks – Neurons pass electrical impulses between one another. The more these neurons fire together, the more established links they create. The more links you create to an idea or...

Is classroom training a dying art?

Looking back at your experience of school, what did you enjoy the most? For many, it will be meeting lifelong friends, having plenty of laughs in the playground, and participating in extra curricular activities like a sports club or field trip. But these cherished...

Will Generation Y change the way we learn?

On account of the fact that classroom-based teaching no longer provides sufficient stimulation for employees at corporate training, different ways of learning have been given greater priority in recent years, such as on-the-job and gaining knowledge through peers. The...

Closing The Skills Gap

Depending on which online resources you read, the skills gap is either real or it isn’t. At Wranx, we’re of the belief that the skills gap, a term used to describe the disparity between those who are unemployed looking for a job and organisations with jobs...