Generative learning, retrieval practice, #edtech and the importance of #sequencing

In a recently made available study on sequencing, Roelle, Froese, Krebs, Obergassel and Waldeyer shared some interesting highlights in their paper “Sequence matters! Retrieval practice […]

Five simple ways to use edtech to support oracy in the classroom

Speaking and listening is the cornerstone of any classroom (and if not, why not?!) but how can technology help with oracy? Activities such as role-play, […]

Evidence-informed strategies with #edtech that work

Anyone who knows my work in education and technology will know that it always starts with either the pedagogy or how it can improve systems […]

#Edtech efficacy and pedagogical value in edtech

In my role as Head of Education at NetSupport, I recently had the opportunity to meet with and interview Olli Vallo, CEO of Education Alliance […]

KEVIN THORN – CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS

KEVIN THORN - CRYSTAL BALLING WITH LEARNNOVATORS ABOUT KEVIN THORN: Kevin Thorn is an award-winning e-learning designer & developer, consultant, and owner of NuggetHead Studioz, […]

#GuildChat for 06/04/21: Theory and Practice in Learning

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 4th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Theory and Practice in Learning. Our work as learning […]

10 ways to improve students’ long-term learning

Research has a lot to say about improving students' long-term memory. Here are 10 ideas you can use in class. Long-term memory and recall are […]

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 […]

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