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2022 learning and elearning trends

Whenever articles on the yearly trends of any industry are shared online, people tend to speak in big terms, like paradigm shift, disruptive technologies… but […]

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8 Proven Tips for Optimal Learning

Our understanding of learning has made a quantum leap in recent years, thanks in part to neuroscience. This is in addition to a growing interest […]

Cognitive biases: test your knowledge!

Do you know what a cognitive bias is and how many there are to date? Are you aware that certain cognitive biases must be taken […]

10 study techniques and their effectiveness

Study techniques are some of the factors that affect learning success. As such, various techniques are commonly used by learners: from highlighting to proofreading to […]

Our two short-term memories

We are all familiar with the concepts of short-term and long-term memories, which cognitive psychology has long presented to us as our two major types […]

Long-Term Memory: Its 3 Chronological Processes

Our long-term memory can store an unlimited amount of information over a period ranging from a few hours to a lifetime. It includes the memory […]

Brain and neuroscience: test your knowledge!

Do you have any idea how many thoughts we have in a day? Do you know the characteristics of the brain at different life stages? […]

Tough Conversations in The Workplace and How to Handle Them

Whenever we feel the need to address our colleagues or bosses about changing their behaviour, or doing something they ignore, it could be considered a […]

[INFOGRAPHIC] Adult Learners and Play: 5 Research Findings

The importance of play in children’s development and learning is well known, and research on the subject abounds. In recent years, more serious attention has […]

Learners: Putting the No in Notifications

On Curbing Smartphone Use for a More Conducive Learning Environment A child was at play in the wilderness on a hot summer day. They were […]

Is Having Fun in Higher Education the Way Forward?

“Why should children be the only ones who can have fun?” ask the creators of the Professors at Play project, Lisa Forbes and David Thomas, […]

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