Long, descriptive sentences

Conventional information governance looks at information in the workplace.  This post goes back a bit.

How do we teach and how do we learn?  If we taught differently, would our students learn better, faster?  Yes.

“Long sentences really speak to toddlers,” Houston Chronicle, February 16, 2014 A17 http://bit.ly/1bVXizt

Apparently, increasing the amount of linked objects in your conversations with your baby increase your baby’s neural networks.  And it’s all about networks.  The differences are huge; at age 2, the difference between doing it better can advance development by 6 months over other 2 year-olds.  Is this part of information governance?  Knowledge sharing?

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