Neuroscience of Learning


Judy Hanning / Sep 12, 2019
Did you know the pencil was the first mass-produced in the 19th century? Here are 17 more interesting facts about how technology has changed the learning experience.Read more
Judy Hanning / Aug 21, 2019
This infographic is full of useful facts about the brain. For example, did you know that you can keep your brain in good shape by engaging in highly focused activities?Read more
Judy Hanning / Aug 16, 2019
Did you know that Albert Einstein and Max Planck played music together? Find out what other creative minds did when they weren't making scientific discoveries.Read more
Judy Hanning / Aug 16, 2019
Language learning technology in the classroom not only encourages learning, but students love it because it's fun and interactive. Find out how Rosetta Stone is being used in the classroomRead more
Neuroscience To Know For Learning And Development
Judy Hanning / Jul 20, 2019
Neuroscience sheds a lot of light on how people actually learn as well as learning culture.Read more
The Types Of Learning And Memory
Judy Hanning / Jul 17, 2019
There are different kinds of memories we have which are referred to as explicit and implicit memories.Read more
The Feedback Of Learning In The Striatum
Judy Hanning / Jul 12, 2019
There are different kinds of feedback we get from the outside world when it comes to learning.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jun 12, 2019
This new program targets areas students may have had difficulty with, and studies support the results.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jun 12, 2019
Scientists are trying to narrow down what techniques work best to get the most out of education.Read more
Judy Hanning / Jun 12, 2019
Dyslexia has different symptoms for different people, even the inability to read certain colors.Read more