Training others is more than just presenting information, but presenting information in a way that others will retain it. In Using Brain Science to Make Training Stick, author Sharon Bowman offers numerous ways for people to learn and pass it on. Whether you like to start at point A and go straight, want to learn about brain research first or want to jump right in and employ the principles, Bowman shows you how. You’ll discover the learning principles based on brain science that aid in teaching, discover how to involve participants in quick, easy, fun and memorable ways to ensure that they are actively engaged and teach them how to present brain-based instruction to others. Written in a lively, easy-to-follow format with activities that put the learning principles to work, Using Brain Science is a practical and useful addition to any trainer’s library.