WE BELIEVE IN IMMERSIVE, EXPERENTIAL LEARNING DRIVEN BY
NEUROSCIENCE PRINCIPLES

How you learn is driven by content presentation, with studies showing that interactive, immersive experiences can enhance learning and retention and application.

 

HOW DO WE ENSURE OUR LEARNERS ASSIMILATE AND INTERNALISE THEIR LEADERSHIP TRAINING?

 

At Catapult, we base our experiential learning approach around The Neuroscience of Learning & Motivation.

THE NEUROSCIENCE OF LEARNING & MOTIVATION

The Catapult Way is founded on 3 neuroscience principles to ensure stickiness for our learners:

 

SOCIALISATION

Catapult incorporates social activities during training to drive better learning.

 

Studies show that when our emotions are social and positive, the brain continues to work at a high level for some time to help us learn and retain information better.

 

Likewise, engaging in interactive teams and group endeavours can help facilitate learning and enhance understanding.

 

Catapult incorporates social activities during training to drive better learning.

EMOTION

When we connect emotional context to what we are exposed to, the brain consolidates information at a high level . This is why Catapult training invokes emotional engagement to help memory retention.

 

Emotion has a substantial influence on attention, learning, information memory, reasoning, and problem solving. Emotion also facilitates encoding and helps retrieval of information efficiently.

 

Catapult training invokes emotional engagement to help memory retention.

EXPERIMENTATION

Passive learning is not an ideal way to teach or internalise information -- particularly among adult executives who bring a wealth of experiences and perspectives that can test conventional wisdom and assumptions. The Catapult approach places emphasis on experimental problem solving (TOTE) for real-world application.

 

People know what through memorisation; but learn how through experimentation.

 

Through experimentation, learners can upgrade their own internal operating system and develop cognitive patterns that allow participants to solve future problems- not just memorise today’s answers . The Catapult approach places emphasis on experimental problem solving (TOTE) for real-world application.