This is the first of a two-part series edited by Hal Pashler. (Cover Story). 16.
Principles of Cognitive Science in Education By Janet Metcalfe (Cover Story). 17.
Studies going back a century and more have found that spacing learning episodes across time sometimes enhances memory. The so-called spacing effect is the topic of hundreds of articles, and […]
Within the past few years, there has been a great upsurge of interest and excitement about basic and translational research in instruction and learning. Much of the credit belongs to […]
What do preschool education and learning styles have in common? Both would seem to be cornerstones of any comprehensive educational agenda. Yet the presenters at the APS 22nd Annual Convention’s […]
The Scientific Status of Learning Styles Theories Daniel T. Willingham, Elizabeth M. Hughes, and David G. Dobolyi Teaching of Psychology, July 2015 Are ‘Learning Styles’ a Symptom of Education’s Ills? […]