In this episode, we sit down with psychologist Daniel Willingham to discuss his upcoming book, Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning is Hard and How You Can Make It Easy. On top of his work as an author, Daniel is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia, where he focuses his research on applying cognitive psychology and neuroscience discoveries to K–12 education.
Daniel’s recent book outlines how to train your brain for better learning. Using the latest research and real-world applications, this guide provides strategies for enhancing the learning experience – while also illustrating why traditional study practices do not necessarily work…
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Join the conversation now to explore:
The systems in the brain that handle different sorts of learning tasks.
The best ways to cement things into your memory.
Where listening can go wrong during the learning process. .
How independent learning expectations change as students get older.
Can the student learning experience be done more effectively? If so, what methods can we use to achieve this? Tune in now to find out!
In this episode, we connect with Judy Grisel, an internationally recognized behavioral neuroscientist, and professor of psychology at Bucknell University. She joins us today to discuss her work… Read More
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