For years now as an adult educator and trainer, I have been saying that people can remember and use very little of what they hear, a bit more of what they hear and see, and considerably more of what they hear, see, and do. Typically, one remembers 20 percent of what one hears, 40 percent of what one hears and sees, and 80 percent when hearing, seeing, and doing are involved. I located a reference to this information dated from 1946 — so old that the author gave such ...

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