About W. R. (Bill) Klemm
Specialize in communicating learning and memory research. Operate a blog for Psychology Today and my own (thankyoubrain.blogspot.com), with nearly 2 million reader views. Author of "Memory Power 101," "Better Grades, Less Effort," and "Teach Your Kids How to Learn" (in press).
Comment on Good study habits to maximise learning
Jun 01, 2017
To explore this topic in depth, I hope you will consider my four books on improving learning and memory. See description and reviews at http://WRKlemm.com I also have a science-based blog with over 250 posts at http://thankyoubrain.blogspot.com. Reader views of my posts now total well over two million.
Apr 28, 2017
Your followers may want to join my LinkedIn neuro-education group: "Neuro-educaton: Promoting cognitive development They should go tohttps://www.linkedin.com/groups/4883556 They also might want to follow my blog on "Improve Learning and Memory" at thankyoubrain.blogspot.com. There are over research-based 250 posts there, searchable by key words.
Comment on Progress for educational neuroscience
Mar 14, 2017
Good points. I have tried to do what you suggest in my new book, "The Learning Skills Cycle. A Way to Rethink Education Reform." Your readers will also want to know that we have a Linkedin neuro-education group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4883556
Sep 21, 2016
As you know, there is overlap with other communication venues for the science of learning. For example, I operate a Linked In group on Neuro-education (https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4883556). So, perhaps npj might want to narrowly define its scope. Such scope, for example, might be communication about educational research. Regardless of scope, this is a useful new communication environment for professionals interested in education and learning and memory research.