Experiential learning – using fewer words

The Lifeboat Foundation, an organization dedicated to the analysis and prevention of threats to human existence, has a blog post on the reduction of richness and complexity in language titled A Future of Fewer Words. It interests me because I … Read More »

Experiential learning and training quotes

Some of my favorite quotes for training, and experiential learning in particular: First, the famous one from Confucius, “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” (The first sentence may be more accurately … Read More »

Dreams as simulation-based training

Finnish psychologist Antti Revonsuo believes that dreams have a primary function of allowing extensive safe training in escaping dangerous situations. His research (as reported in Psychology Today, Nov-Dec 2007), shows that two-thirds of all dreams are threat dreams, totaling 300 … Read More »