Archive for December, 2018

  • 10 Books About the Brain for 2019

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    December 23rd, 2018 5 Comments Features

    Brain science is more prolific—and popular—than ever before, and with a deeper understanding of how the mind functions comes a coinciding movement surrounding self-growth and neuroeducation. It’s easier than ever before to self-educate and stay up-to-date with the latest trends when you have not only such a wealth of research coming out, but also popular… Read More

  • 10 Keys to Cognitive Flexibility

    How do we become more efficient at harnessing our experience, knowledge, and imagination to respond most effectively to the situation at hand? Originally coined by psychologists in the 1960s, cognitive flexibility has emerged from the literature and been rebranded as a popular concept in edpsych circles. It is traditionally defined in terms of how well… Read More

  • 10 Things We Discovered About Learning and the Brain in 2018

    The year is coming to a close and, as always, there have been some interesting trends in education, from a renewed interest in “growth mindsets” to more emphasis being placed on things like social inclusion and engagement in learning, project-based learning, and digital literacy and citizenship. Every year, researchers also uncover new evidence about learning… Read More