If you’ve been following me long enough, you’ve probably realized that I talk quite a lot about the Science of Learning (SoL). I believe teachers and students all over the world can benefit greatly from understanding basic principles of how our mind and brain learn. That’s what SoL does. It looks at research and evidence from the cognitive sciences (neuroscience and psychology) and what implications they might have for teachers teaching in the classroom, for students learning from their teachers or even on their own. SoL can be an amazing tool for anyone looking to plan and deliver more effective lessons.
The purpose of this blog post is to put together some of the resources I’ve created or that inspired me so that you can learn more about the SoL and try to implement a few principles into your teaching practice. You can also try to use them as a student yourself.
The links to some videos and articles are below. Hope they are useful!
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Fascinating! Loved the 5 strategies mentioned on the TROIKA article. And the webinar was really interesting, thank you for sharing it with us!
I’m glad to know, Rachel 😊. Hope you can use them in your lessons. Let me know how it goes.
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