Successive Relearning

Successive Relearning

 Katherine Rawson [ Neurogenesis ] I have two basic points I’d like to talk about today. The first concerns why it’s important to make sure that students are well equipped to effectively regulate their own learning outside of the class and the second point — the one I’ll be focusing on primarily — is that Successive Relearning arguably is the most important

Neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity

Barbara Arrowsmith Young [ Neurogenesis ] I want to share a little secret, which I hope will not be a secret by the end of the talk. I am truly, madly, deeply passionate about the human brain. Science has taught us that our brain shapes us, that it makes us uniquely who we are. And if we think about our brain, it has

Neural Broadband

Neural Broadband

Daniel Coyle [ Neurogenesis ] For the last five years I’ve been visiting talent hotbeds – little places that produce statistically impossible numbers of talented performers, in sports, art, music and math and business. Places where talent blooms, like a little tennis club outside Moscow. It’s called Spartak — pretty much an average tennis club and then it produced more top 20 women

Alan Baddeley

Alan Baddeley

Alan Baddeley [ Neurogenesis ] professor of psychology at the University of York known for his work on working memory, in particular for his multiple components model. In 1974, working with Graham Hitch, Baddeley developed an influential model of working memory called Baddeley’s model of working memory, which argues for the existence of multiple short term memory stores and a separate interacting system