Mythbusters

Mythbuster… Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

Today’s episode is another in our occasional mythbuster series! We’re going to explore Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, something that we’ve seen pop up in many different places. But as enablers of change, we shouldn’t just accept something because it’s been said so many times that most people believe it. We’re going to delve deeper and explore the facts. So, let’s explore this idea of the hierarchy of needs. Maslow’s… Read more »Mythbuster… Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

Mythbuster… are learning styles actually helpful for extension?

In this blog post we’re doing our third mythbusters session! Let’s not just accept something because it’s been said so many times that most people believe it. We are going to delve deeper and explore the facts, taking an evidence-based approach. So, let’s explore… learning styles, and see whether they are actually helpful for extension! Because if they are, then as enablers of change we will want to better… Read more »Mythbuster… are learning styles actually helpful for extension?

Mythbuster… do people really only retain 20% of what they hear?

In this short blog post we’re doing our second mythbusters session! Let’s not just accept something because it’s been said so many times that most people believe it. We’re going to delve deeper and explore the facts. So, let’s explore the cone of learning and the suggestion that people only retain 20% of what they hear, compared with 90% of what they do! Most people have heard some kind of… Read more »Mythbuster… do people really only retain 20% of what they hear?

Mythbuster… is brainstorming really the best way to generate ideas?

Today we’re doing our first mythbusters session! Let’s not just accept something because it’s been said so many times before that most people just believe it. We’re going to delve deeper and explore the facts, taking an evidence-based approach. So, let’s explore brainstorming, and see if it is indeed the best way to generate ideas!   We’ve run the odd brainstorming session and have sat through many sessions as a participant… Read more »Mythbuster… is brainstorming really the best way to generate ideas?