Month: May 2019

Brain Games for Executive Function

Sometimes, learning and playing don’t have to be separate activities. Nowadays, you can incorporate learning and practicing executive function skills with brain games. If you haven’t read our previous post about EF skills, it may be worthwhile to read more about executive functioning skills in general before jumping into the science of brain games. In …

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Self Studying vs Group Studying

Recently, we spoke about good study habits, and we touchedon the idea of study groups. Like most study tactics, the productivity of groupstudying depends on the individual student’s learning style and study preferences.Before deciding which method is right for you, it’s important to consider allof your options and assess their respective strengths and weaknesses. Whilesome …

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