Neuroscience making inroads in new learning tools

An expert in body clocks and neuroscience has partnered with behavioural experts to create a new approach to learning around the spacing of learning input Dr Paul Kelley who specialised in circadian rhythm, or the working of our body clocks, has joined forces with behavioural experts Simon Strong and Adam Beard to develop his ideas around Spaced Learning™ to produce Download™ a learning methodology based on the importance of repetition and spacing in learning. More news People with learning difficulties ‘failed’ by the system, finds new report ‘Apprenticeships lack clarity’, warns BIS Committee Chairman Learning second language ‘slows brain ageing’, say scientists Pay rise expectations fall to lowest level for more than two years  The catalyst for the collaboration came from research undertaken by the University of Surrey Business School in May 2015 when it revealed that learners using…


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