Learning Theories – Cognitivism

Welcome to the second blog in our Learning Theories series.This one is all about Cognitivism.  Cognitivism came about as a direct response to Behaviourism (see our previous blog here). It’s the idea that learning happens when we actively process new information and relate it…

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Amphigean stands out at Learning Technologies 2020

Amphigean’s attendance at the recent Learning Technologies 2020 exhibition was another resounding success. The event at the ExCel centre brought together more than 8,500 learning and development professionals to showcase organisational learning and the technology…

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