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Our editors will deliver evidence-based insights to deepen your understanding of the science behind learning. 

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Whether you’re a parent guiding young learners, a professional looking to enhance your skills, or an educator embracing evidence-based practices, our content has something for everyone exploring the Science of Learning. Subscribe to receive access to insights from cutting-edge research on human learning every month. 

Understanding and sustaining attention!


What is metacognition?


What is the role of emotions in learning?


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What is the Science of Learning?


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Learning for Mastery


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Stay ahead with curated research insights on the evolving Science of Learning. Uncover cutting-edge findings to optimize your understanding and learning process.

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Empower yourself with curated, actionable strategies. Get practical tips and innovative approaches to inspire and support young learner growth and development.

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Effective teachers & students master the Science of Learning

We know that truly effective teachers know how to engage their students “in activities that foster storage of new information and subsequent access to that information. … Doing so involves focusing on meaning, making connections between new concepts and concepts that are already understood, organizing to-be-learned knowledge, and so forth” (Bjork et al., 2013). ​

We know that a truly effective learner needs “[to] engage in activities that foster storage of new information and subsequent access to that information.” (Bjork et al., 2013). ​


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Cutting Edge Research on Learning

We'll distill and curate the latest breakthroughs and innovative findings that are shaping the future of education

Rote Learning & Academic Performance vs Learning

Learning is meant to have purpose, durability, and flexibility. It should provide value beyond a score on a standardized test; it should also provide a certain level of reliability over time, and perhaps more importantly, we should be able to apply what we learn to real life, which is called transfer.

Neurodiversity & Learning

Each of us are born with a unique cognitive profile that continues to grow and change as we do. Explore studies behind each the learning difference and best practices to support young learners


Metacognition has proven to be one of the most effective teaching interventions for decades. Explore how one can learn independently, effectively and efficiently.


Individuals with a high level of wellbeing tend to be more engaged in learning, have better academic outcomes, and are better equipped to cope with stress and challenges. Discover effective strategies to enhance a learner's well-being here!

Engagement & Motivation

Student engagement often decreases with every year of schooling, despite requiring their engagement and motivation for learning. Explore here how this can be reversed!

Learning for Mastery

Studies show that we rely on ineffective strategies to learn resulting in superficial learning. Traditional instruction is focused on getting information into students’ brains.


Mindset can significantly influence the approach to learning and the resilience in the face of setbacks. Encouraging a growth mindset can lead to increased motivation, better problem-solving skills, and a willingness to take on new challenges. Explore insights that nurtures a growth mindset.