Can Cognitive Science Help Boost Employee Learning and Organizational Performance?

2019 Towards Maturity Report offers some interesting insights. Two key findings are listed below: 29% of learning leaders are overwhelmed The post Can Cognitive Science […]

An Interview with Art Markman: Author of Bring Your Brain to Work

As big advocates of cognitive science and the learning journey, we presented Art with a collection of questions for your reading pleasure... The post An […]

How to get your colours right when creating dual coding influenced resources

Making our resources clear and well presented is a key thing to help us when it comes to reducing cognitive load and supporting the ideas […]

Micro-learning’s unsung sibling

Micro-learning is so hot right now. But I’m not going to deliberate over its definition. If you’re into that, check out Shannon Tipton’s Microlearning: The […]

Support Retrieval Practice simply using this free quizzing tool

If you haven’t read about using retrieval and spaced practice in recent years, that’s fine. Retrieval Practice is linked to the idea that by regularly […]

Can’t Miss DevLearn 2018 Sessions

Huge announcement, everyone. Are you sitting down? DEVLEARN IS NEXT WEEK! We’re so excited. We did something kind of crazy and went ahead and reserved […]

What I learned about edtech in Finland at #SETTFIN

I am very lucky to do what I do. People often say the loveliest things about the work that I do and it’s always very […]

7 Practical Guidelines From Cognitive Science for eLearning

When I’ve attended eLearning conferences and workshops, one thing I’ve noticed is that instructional designers are always hungry for more research and knowledge on how […]

Research-informed ways of using #edtech to help learners revise effectively

I’ve long shared that effective use of technology to support learning doesn’t mean using flashy tools. Using fantastic tools that can create amazing things can […]

Data, information and knowing your learners

Whether you like it or not data and knowing how to understand, interpret and analyse it is an important facet of the modern educator. There […]

Using Cognitive Science when Creating Educational Content

Cognitive Science: Learning How We Learn Utilizing the insights from cognitive science, we can create new teaching and content delivery methods to ensure high levels of aptitude […]

STILL Worth Sharing: Constructivism vs. Constructivism vs. Constructionism | Computing Education Research Blog

This post distinguishes between Constructivism, the cognitive theory, Constructivism, the educational philosophy, and Constructionism. It does an excellent job. Thanks Mark Guzdial! Source: Constructivism vs. […]

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