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What’s The Truth Behind The Neuroscience Research You Use For Your Learning Design And Delivery? – Education Article

Neuroscience Research To Use For Learning Design And Delivery Neuroscience research shows that if you use electrical stimulation whilst teaching your staff, you’ll have better learners. You’ll modulate neuronal activity during training in order to enhance learning and high-level cognitive functions. The science has shown that you can use transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) to apply a small electrical current to the scalp and improve brain function. Does this sound too good to be true? It is true, but I’ve also…

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Testing Learning Is As Time Critical As Delivering It – Education Article

Testing Learning And Delivering It: Why Are Both Time Critical? Since Ebbinghaus first developed his theory of the Forgetting Curve in 1885, we have understood that memory degrades, and the approximate rate at which it degrades. But that repetition in the learning process (e.g. active recall) aids knowledge retention. The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve model even suggests the frequency of the repetitions to enhance retention. Of course, what Ebbinghaus was actually describing is the degradation of short-term memory and one process…

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