|Neuroeducation Will Lead to Big Breakthroughs in Learning
|Applying neuroscience to education to gain a more objective understanding of learning that is based on evidence.
|What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Making Fractions Stick
|Learning maths is cognitively taxing becuase students must recruit many parts of the brain to solve any problem. This article looks at the importance of understanding how careful brain-based instruction can prime the brain for new learning.
|Combining Effective Learning Strategies
|An article exploring how you can effectively combine evidence-based learning strategies to improve student learning and engagement.
|Retrieval Practice: The Most Powerful Learning Strategy You're Not Using
|Short article comparing retrieval practice with other methods of studying, whereby cognitive psychologists are finding that nothing cements long-term learning as powerfully as retrieval practice.
|Learning Strategies: A synthesis and conceptual model
|A review article that explores a model of learning that proposes that various learning strategies are powerful at certain stages in the learning cycle.
|The Real Learning Curve
|Short article on the benefit of the science of learning
|How does the brain learn best?
|Smart studying strategies based on neuroscientific research
|Studying with quizzes helps make sure the material sticks
|Using retrieval practice to enhance memory
|Metacognition- The gift that keeps on giving
|How to teach students to be more metacognitive.
|Busting the multitasking myth
|The science behind multitasking