The learning individual
The learning society
Better learning through educational neuroscience?
March 7, 2018
What does playing tackle football do to young brains?
Recent studies show kids under 12 playing tackle football face increased threats to their developing brains
/ March 5, 2018
Attentive learners’ brains are on the same wavelength
Why social dynamics in the classroom matter for learning
/ December 8, 2017
Does sleep improve language learning in infants?
New research suggests that the amount of sleep at an early age is directly related to infants’ language development
/ November 27, 2017
Brain training for children
Can it have a meaningful, long-term impact on performance?
/ November 24, 2017
Auditioning for the brain
New research shows: As we’re learning, brain cells are “auditioned” and either hired or dismissed, based on their performance
/ November 14, 2017
Some of the most important behaviors are contagious
Emily Falk's research looks at how using messages from the media and peer influence can help people make good decisions
/ November 8, 2017
How social robots can make children more curious
Helping children to maintain and increase their curiosity throughout their elementary school years
/ October 27, 2017
Neuromyths in education
Separating fact from fiction
/ October 16, 2017
Kids growing up in poverty struggle to acquire vital cognitive abilities
Silvia Bunge on developing interventions to better support the learning of goal-directed behavior and reasoning in children
/ October 11, 2017
Bringing scientific evidence to the classroom
Educational neuroscience is not a cure-all for education. But it does promise to find out how we can best support all learners
/ September 20, 2017
Developmental science grows up
How do we nurture the impact of learning science?
/ September 12, 2017