These projects connect teachers with research on the science of learning in a variety of ways.
The Science of Learning Zone: a six-month programme of online events, where teachers can discuss topics related to the science of learning with educational researchers, neuroscientists and psychologists. The programme is running between January and June 2018.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC): an online course produced by the National STEM Learning Centre, which explores how teachers can use research on the science of learning to improve student learning. The course will launch on 16 April 2018.
The EEF's literature review examines the impact of interventions that are, or claim to be, based on neuroscience.
In June 2018 we hosted the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction’s (EARLI) biennial Neuroscience and Education conference. The conference brought together researchers from education, neuroscience and psychology to hear about the latest developments in the field. Catch up with the talks.
We worked with the Chartered College of Teaching to develop the content for the spring 2018 edition of their journal, The science of learning. We sponsored the edition, and a copy was sent to every school in the UK.
Read our Think blog for insights from expert columnists on the field of neuroscience and beyond.