Welcome to the EQ Library
Do you ever work hard at something but not feel the improvement? Eduardo Briceño makes a compelling argument that to get better at whatever it is you care about, you should break up your time into a learning zone and a performance zone – and be clear about which one you’re in.
This article from USA Test Prep offers 15 tips for promoting a growth mindset in the classroom. The original article can be found here: https://www.usatestprep.com/blog/2018/07/05/15-tips-to-remember-when-promoting-a-growth-mindset-in-the-classroom/
According to research, less than 30% of learning is translated into performance. In light of this, Josh Freedman and Max Ghini discuss how a more project-based approach to learning could be a better route for businesses.
A brief introduction to Six Seconds’ learning philosophy and the Change MAP. Six Seconds is committed to creating great learning based on current research about the brain and how change occurs. In all our courses, consulting, and coaching, we utilize an approach informed by neuroscience and Constructivist learning theory. These principles are captured in our […]
This workshop design template helps clarify the aim, learning objectives and EAR format of a workshop. It’s an immensely helpful tool to make sure your workshop is as effective as possible. Before any workshop, whether it’s a half hour or multiple days, I use this as an organizing tool.
True learning does not take place by passive accumulation, but through a process of learners constructing their own meaning by engaging with learning experiences and activities. This concept is at the core of ‘active learning’, which is summarized in this article.
Inspired by a recent conference, I documented some observations and reflections about “what’s in” and what’s not when applying Six Seconds’ learning philosophy. This goes into some depth about our approach to learning and the theory and practice of Six Seconds’ approach.