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In the news
Science of Learning – A collection of articles March 2018 – Impact, Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching
Applying the Science of Learning in the Classroom February 2018 – Impact, Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching
Neuroscience, Psychology and Education: Emerging Links February 2018 – Impact, Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching
Better learning through educational neuroscience? March 2018 – Blog on Learning and Development
Recent discussions in the Learning Zone
- Is there a generally-accepted set of guidelines for what evidence-based research in education is? I have seen papers without statistical analysis…
- For students with attention deficit disorders (both ADD and ADHD) is there any way of distinguishing between inattention that is a result of their disorder and the inattention that is a result of not finding the lesson interesting? These are lessons which are accessible to the students…
- What for you are the key factors in transferring knowledge and information from the short term to the long term memory, and then retrieving from the long term memory at the right time?
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