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Peruse some articles and content that we’ve collected on brain-targeted learning.

Informing Pedagogy Through the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model

Written by Mariale Hardiman
"With a growing focus on the use of research to inform teaching practices, educators need a pedagogical framework that helps them interpret and apply research findings. This article describes the Brain-Targeted Teaching Model, a scheme that relates six distinct aspects of instruction to research from the neuro- and cognitive sciences."
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How to Remember More of What You Learn with Spaced Repetition

Written by Thomas Frank
"I’ll just say what we’re all thinking: studying takes too much time.There are only 24 hours in a day, and naturally you’d like to use as many of them as possible for sleeping and, I don’t know, drawing pictures of robot bears or something. To achieve that goal, you need to find a method that lets you spend less time studying while retaining the same amount of information."
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