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Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training: Perspectives and Guidance for the Enlightened Trainer

  title={Lessons in Learning, e-Learning, and Training: Perspectives and Guidance for the Enlightened Trainer},
  author={Roger C. Schank},
Foreword. Introduction. 1. I Told You Not to Tell Me That. The case for not "telling" in training-and some guidelines for doing it if you must. 2. I Wanted to Learn But There Was No Money in It. Thoughts on the relationship between learning goals and rewards-and how to design training that helps learners stay motivated. 3. Teaching What Can't Be Taught. The value of knowing what you cannot fix-and understanding how people really change and what the culture has to do with it. 4. Knowing Isn't… 
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