Google Brain: Inductive Thinking and Curiosity
MARCH 26, 2012
and decides quiet a lot of information can be gained by this type of superficial processing of large quantities of material.
Remembering Inhibits Learning
JULY 2, 2012
Maybe students would fare better if a slight delay were given between asking questions and teaching new information. Eide Neurolearning Blog.
What Educators Can Learn from Madison Avenue -Bad Design Kills
SEPTEMBER 19, 2011
After a 15 minute delay, participants were able to recall 14% more information if it was presented in the disfluent. What they are is novel.
Why It's Hard to Listen to Two People Talking at One Time
JANUARY 23, 2012
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon show us why it's hard for us to listen to two people talking at one time. Eide Neurolearning Blog.
Growing a Bigger Brain with a Larger Social Network
JANUARY 31, 2011
Amygdala and social network size Supplementary information social network Social media picture Print this post Posted by Drs.
Background Noise Problems in Dyslexia
FEBRUARY 1, 2007
We do a disservice to children if we can't find efficient ways to share information between researchers, educators, and parents. Both of course!
Hot Seat Learning - Why Testing is Not All Bad
JANUARY 24, 2011
they thought they 'knew') before they had really filed information into long-term memory. Researchers ".found
Spatial Thinkers - Not Visual and Not Verbal
MAY 18, 2009
Rather, thought processing seems to involve space or kinesthetic / bodily sensations or associations.
The Blessings and the Burdens of High IQ
JUNE 26, 2006
The paper showing the different brain developmental course for kids and teens is now available online free at the first link below.
From Passive to Active Learners - Consumers to Creators
JANUARY 3, 2011
American students are slipping even further in math, science and reading against international competition. Fifteen-year-old U.S.
Lurking Genius- Untapped Savant Ability and Creativity in You
SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
Due to a failure in top-down inhibition, they can tap into information that exists in all of our brains, but is normally beyond conscious awareness."
Impaired Sensory Integration in Autism
AUGUST 23, 2010
Hooray, this information has been a long time coming for parents, professionals, children, and adults with autism. Stein, Ph.D.,
Simpler is Better: Avoiding the TMI Trap
JULY 26, 2010
Too Much Information is the TMI trap. So simpler is better, but it's the kind of simplicity that's not based on lack of knowledge or experience.
Getting All A's But Flunking Life - IQ Scores Climb As Creativity Sinks
JULY 19, 2010
Almost 30 years ago philosopher James Flynn discovered that IQ scores were increasing in every industrialized country around the globe.
Emotions and Humor in Learning and Memory
JUNE 28, 2010
If you the information somehow touches you personally, you'll remember it. Surprisingly all this stuff really works. like "nasty number nine".
When Words Get in the Way - Verbal Mediation Interferes with Spatial Imagery
JULY 12, 2010
A colleague recently mentioned the work of Jonathan Schooler who discovered that talking about a problem interfered with problem solving by insight.
The Different Ways We Think: Conceptual Thinking and the Brain
JUNE 7, 2010
They have vivid memories for personal experiences, but may need many repetitions for dry information that is master by rote repetition.
The Creative Advantage: How Vivid Memories of the Past Help Predictions for the Future
MAY 17, 2010
It was Suddendorf and Corballis who raised the idea that mental time travel into the past was closely linked to time travel into the future.
Attention and Distraction - Battle Between the CEO and Creativity Director
MAY 10, 2010
At left, color-word (orange), color-object (blue) for incongruent vs. neutral condition. Overlapping areas were shown in purple.
Why Thought Experiments Work - Non-Verbal Reasoning in Engineers
APRIL 19, 2010
"Without experiment, I am sure that the effect will happen. because it must happen that way." What are the take-home points for education? 1.
Understanding Dyscalculia - the Math Learning Disability
JANUARY 25, 2010
Without a strong sense of quantity, no wonder calculations and estimations are so hard. It would take him a while to tell you how much is 7 times 8.
Sensory Processing and School Underachievement
OCTOBER 12, 2009
For more information: [link] You'll be able to attend, ask questions, and chat with other participants online through your home computer.
Sensory Processing, Postural Sway, Anxiety - Better with Occupational Therapy
NOVEMBER 9, 2009
** Last Day to Register for our 2-Day Sensory Processing Webinar with Drs. Working with the body may be the answer."
Video Games Improve Night Vision
OCTOBER 25, 2009
Well, there now may be a reason for hope. and the encouraging answer comes from action-based video games.
7 More Days to Register - Sensory Processing Online Conference
NOVEMBER 2, 2009
The information was extremely informative and timely. On November 12 & 13th, Lindsey Biel, OTR/L (Sensory Smart Child) and Drs. Bravo!!!"
Sensory Processing Disorders 2009 - Research Closing the Gap
OCTOBER 5, 2009
Announcement: ** Sign Up is now Open** Eides/ Biel Sensory Processing Online Webinar Nov 12th & 13th 2009 Drs. Lots of good stuff to read.
Self-Appraisal - Teen Brains Reflect Opinions of Peers
SEPTEMBER 21, 2009
In trials involving domain-specific knowledge (e.g. Self-Appraisals in Adolescents and Adults fMRI pdf Eide Neurolearning Blog.
Multi-Tasking Dumbs Us Down for Some Jobs, But Could It Provide Breakthroughs for Others?
SEPTEMBER 14, 2009
"They're suckers for irrelevancy," said communication Professor Clifford Nass. Everything distracts them." The Poincare examples comes to mind.
Dyslexia and Autism are Opposites - Implications for Creativity, Late-Blooming / Precocity, and Savant Abilities
AUGUST 31, 2009
s Structural studies from Michael Casanova and colleagues showed that the brains of dyslexic and autistic subjects had opposite findings.
More Vision Wars: Visual Training for Dyslexics
AUGUST 3, 2009
The role of visual challenges in dyslexia has a long and contentious history.
The Biology of Self Control
JUNE 15, 2009
With maturity (not surprisingly), additional higher order types of information direct decisions. Still, the DLPFC can only do so much.
Feeling, Learning, and the Brain: Why Lefties and Dyslexics Need Emotions to Learn and Remember
MAY 4, 2009
We've heard it so many times."He activated their emotions (amygdala) and personal relevance (left hippocampus) areas when remembering.
fMRI of Learning Styles: Confirmation of Visual and Verbal Learners
MARCH 30, 2009
Verbal learners activated their left supramarginal gyrus, whereas visual learners activated their right fusiform cortex. seldom dream. T F 7.
Day 2 Gifted / 2E Online Webinar with the Eides
APRIL 22, 2009
Information about the differences of opinion regarding "dyslexia" may help me better understand what we went through. 2. What are your thoughts?
Why Boys Need Alternatives with Reading and Writing
MARCH 2, 2009
Once a student learns to learn through listening and reading, it is assumed instruction will be the same for all students. Eide Neurolearning Blog.
Eides Lecture on Dyslexia and Giftedness at WA International Dyslexia Assn - This Thursday Jan 14th 7 PM
JANUARY 12, 2010
For more information, email: email@example.com Eide Neurolearning BlogBrock and Fernette Eide will be lecturing on Dyslexia and Giftedness at The Shoreline Center, Sheridan Room 18560 First Ave NE Shoreline WA 98155 7 PM The lecture is free, but donations appreciated on behalf of the Washington Branch of the International Dyslexia Association.
Confessions of a Limited Working Memory Victim
FEBRUARY 8, 2010
think taking in information with little interruptions also takes advantage of the novelty learning in me. Inductive learners are sometimes called bottom-up learners because they take information in from many different examples then reason back to rules based on patterns that they find. How is it that I only really discovered it now?
Mind Over Matter: Imagery at Work and in the Classroom
DECEMBER 14, 2009
Kosslyn posted a book chapter on Mental Imagery and Implicit Memory. When I do a real operation, I play the videotape ahead of time in my mind, Dr. Shapiro said."I do the case in my head," said Dr. Maria Ortega, an anesthesiologist. "I must have done it 100 times. Everytime, a problem would come up and I would find a solution and do it again.
Gifted / 2E Webinar with the Eides Now Available on DVD
APRIL 28, 2009
The information was extremely informative and timely. Over three days, Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide held an international webinar for parents, teachers, and other professionals who are some of the leading voices in Gifted / 2E Education today. The webinar was a benefit for Karina Eide's Health fund. Bravo!!!" Outstanding!!"
Gifted / 2E Online Conferences with Drs. Brock and Fernette Eide April 21-23
MARCH 29, 2009
We're delighted to invite you to our upcoming online Gifted / 2E conference sponsored by OGTOC (Our Gifted Online Conferences) to benefit our daughter Karina's cancer / health fund. It should be a wonderful event: Topic : Gifted /Twice-Exceptional Guest Experts : Drs. Prices: $40 for 3 days, $30 for 2 days.