Brain Tools Students Can Use

July 25, 2019

Are you interested in adding new mental tools to your students learning toolkit? In this session we will examine the simplest, most effective and efficient learning techniques based on insights from neuroscience and cognitive psychology. Sample resources and activities will be shared that demonstrate chunking, interleaving, memory techniques, dealing with procrastination, and best practices for learning tough subjects.

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