How deliberate practice can contribute to achieving expertise.
Too many people study wrong. They think that studying is easy. Learning new information is tough. But they’re wrong, and the implications are vast.
Many believe that natural language processing (NLP) will dramatically improve teaching and learning.
We looked at the research. Here's what every educator needs to know about the science of learning.
What happens when teachers start using the science of learning? A new study suggest some very powerful outcomes.
How a new research platform can help improve educational software.
Some ed tech writing software and how to evaluate if it's best for you.
A program that will distinguish where -- and when -- education practice works.
What factors can motivate students to learn science?
Advancing learning engineering research by increasing collaborators.
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Find out how interleaved practice works in the classroom.
How to implement the research on learning.
How does spaced practice improve students' learning performance?
Gifted and talented programs are in the news. But the research for the programs is limited.
What you need to know about working memory -- and why it's so important for teaching and learning.
Is copy editing a type of learning? The answer is surprising.
Cell phones are great. But they also have potential costs and dangers. We looked at the research.
Assisted writing feedback software can help students become better writers.
Elaboration helps kids learn. Here's what you need to know.
What makes retrieval practice so effective as an approach to learning?
Memorizing facts is good but not enough to improve learning.
Despite the evidences, why does learning science isn't being implemented in schools?
Research reveals mixing up and switching between topics boosts retention and deep learning.
Dual coding and learning styles sound similar, but are not quite the same thing.
Interview with Pooja Agarwal
Ulrich Boser on TEDx Talk
Interview with Ken Koedinger
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