In partnership with the leading experts, COGx bridges the gap between research from learning sciences and classroom application. Our online courses and professional development for educators provides compelling research and insightful application to bolster teaching efficacy and improve your students' ability to learn.
Linda Darling-Hammond Professor Emeritus, Stanford University Graduate School of Education
Robert Bjork Distinguished Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Psychology
Steve Joordens Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto, Scarborough, Department of Psychology
Jarrett Lovelett Research in human learning and memory
Professor of Cognitive Psychology at University of California, Los Angeles; Psychology Department.
Melanie Hayes Founder of Big Minds Unschool, serving Twice Exceptional (2e) students.
David Bott Leads teacher training in designing, implementing and sustaining individual and whole-school approaches to wellbeing.
David Daniel Professor at James Madison University
Dean Bragonier Chief Dyslexic Officer & Founder of NoticeAbility
Ned Johnson Author & Educator
Cindy Sandler Clinical Psychology
John Hattie Leading education researcher, specializing in performance indicators, models of measurement and evaluation of teaching and learning outcomes globally.
Testimonials From Teachers at COGx Partner Schools
Without the ability to remember definitions, facts, or details, students are stranded at the most basic level of understanding. The COGx methodology gives me the tools to train my students, to strengthen their memory through direct instruction of activities that build visualization, strengthen comprehension as ideas are linked through meaningful connections, and efficiently organize information that can be easily retrieved.
A wide range of information on brain function and how understanding brain function can aid teaching and learning. I appreciated having the video lesson as a follow up to the readings.
I really like how the course was set up. I also liked the questions from priming quizzes. The questions cause you to exercise your critical thinking skills. The topic was always great! I learned a lot about how I process information... it literally helped me personally as well as to become a better teacher!
I think the topics of this course should be given as teacher training for all teachers. This was the first time I had had any type of training on how to work with students who may have different roadblocks to attention, working memory and processing speed. This training helped me to understand my students much better