What Is The Limbic Brain and How Can You Tap Into Its Power?

How do we create emotional resonance in the limbic brain to get the most out of learning?  The post What Is The Limbic Brain and […]

10 Things About The Neuroscience Of Learning That We Didn’t Know A Decade Ago

LMSPulse Decade of Learning Neuroscience is a buzzword. Quite unjustly so. Trainers and consultants in the internet wilderness are eager to throw it around and […]

The Neuroscience of Social Learning

Social learning is crafted to tailor learning to the individual needs and preferences of the modern learner. It is designed in a way that increases […]

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 […]

Boys' and Girls' Brains the Same When It Comes to Math

Boys' and Girls' Brains the Same When It Comes to Math: Surprise! We already knew this, but of...

Why Is Curiosity Essential for Learners?

  Curiosity in learning is essential. In fact, if you’re not curious about a subject, you may as well not learn it at all. It’s […]

The Science Behind Curiosity in Learning

We’re going to look into why curiosity motivates learning, the science behind curiosity, and how you can harness it to optimise your training. Let the […]

The Science Behind Game-Based Learning

  Whether it’s competitiveness, the desire to complete challenges, or simply the love of games, game-based learning is engaging for learners of all ages, and […]

The Neuroscience of Motivation: Why We Do What We Do [Infographics]

The Neuroscience of Motivation: Why We Do What We Do [Infographics]: What creates passion,...

The Science of Microlearning: Why Small is the New Big

Microlearning is more than just a buzzword within corporate and commercial training. It’s a movement which has transformed the way we learn. The post The […]

Why Teachers and Students Need to Learn about Their Brains in the Digital Age

By Betsy Hill For good and bad, technology changes our brains. But then again, so does every experience we have. Our brains develop (throughout life) […]

Dispelling Four Neuroscience Myths

Neuroscience myths are plentiful. From thinking we’re either left-brained or right-brained, to believing we stop learning at three years old: the brain has worked hard […]

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