The Learning Renaissance

The Learning Pyramid – Teach What You Learn

In this example of the cone of learning and retention, the flat figure has been transposed into a pyramid and the suggestion is that the volume of each layer graphically represents which methods are more effective.

More information from Michael Simmons’ LinkedIn post here: The Learning Pyramid: Why You Should Always Teach What You Learn | Michael Simmons | LinkedIn

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