REBLOG: Learning in the Brain by Efrat Furst

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We hardly ever reblog a post. First of all, because we love writing ourselves and also because we’re quite critical when it comes to what we publish on our blog.

(BTW, good opportunity to let those who reach out to us to ask if we would like to post their sponsored content… you can save yourself the energy as the answer will always be NO).

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That said, once every so often, we see a quality blog that impresses us. And then, sometimes, we reblog. This is one of these rare occasions.

Efrat Furst, who has a background in cognitive-neuroscientific research (focused on human learning and memory), works with educators and learners to bridge the sciences of learning (cognitive psychology and neuroscience) with teaching and learning in classrooms

She has written a great blog on Learning in the Brain, in which she explains in an accessible and eloquent way…

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