Learning retention basically stands for how long you can keep information in your memory to put it into action over time. This term comes from brain studies and cognitive psychology and relates to memory. However, what learning retention implies is more like a phase when a person can recall and implement new knowledge. The stronger the newly established connections are in your brain, the longer the learning retention will be.
The tricky thing with learning retention is that it doesn’t just happen. Moreover, it doesn’t last forever. Since we are all learners at some point, we are faced with new information every day. But the news that studies bring us isn’t encouraging: we forget up to 70% of what we learned the other day. Our brains don’t transfer this knowledge into long-term memory, and it simply vanishes.
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