Presentation given at the 2019 Conference
We become familiar with wrapping our training application in commonly used phrases such as: proofing, duration, reinforcement. It benefits our learning to stand back and examine these protocols in greater detail. At times we have to examine them from a different angle and see that what we assumed was happening was only one, often narrow, view point.
Anticipation, and the anticipatory effect, is playing with us, our learners and our processes all the time. Perhaps we should give it greater credit, greater attention and see if it changes the view of our landscape?