Understanding learning is one of the greatest challenges facing science and society. The science of learning aims to advance fundamental knowledge and theory about learning, and how we optimize learning in society.
A growing number of research institutions, federal agencies, and foundations are investing in understanding the science of learning.
A growing body of work explores science of learning research that is relevant to education. This page provides resources related to science of learning and education.
Many findings from the science of learning are relevant to how children learn and grow. This page provides resources related to parenting and child development.
We all have seen (or taken) left-brained or right-brained quizzes. But is there any scientific evidence for this?
Most people experience interruptions during work; emails, texts, colleagues. New research indicates distractions may degrade the quality of your work.
Children under 2 years old learn better in person than from video. But what about live video chat such as FaceTime?