We’ve all seen some sort of numbers or graphics depiction about how we retain what we learn. The story goes that we retain 5 percent of what we see/hear, 10 percent of what we read, 20 percent with a visual, 30 percent with a demonstration, and so on. The problem is – this is a fabrication. The root source of this information is attributed to Edgar Dale and while the cone of learning – where the hierarchy is covered — is his, it didn’t have percentages on it – and he cautioned about overly generalizing its use.
https://www.thorprojects.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/MetalBox.jpg 200 200 Robert Bogue /wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Thor-Projects-Invert-Transparent-Logo.png Robert Bogue2012-05-21 15:08:002015-07-03 15:27:26Article: Everything You Think You Know about Learning Retention Rates is Wrong