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Foreign Language skills improves by Listening to Vocabulary in Sleep, study shows

eLearningworld News A research project from Oxford University by Thomas Schreiner and Björn Rasch has put the hypothesis that listening to a foreign language during sleep can help improve vocabulary. Since sleep has a beneficial role in memory consolidation. To investigate the hypothesis in practice totally 68 healthy humans were …

Bilingual people using different approaches in math depending on which language used

eLearningworld News As the labour market speeds up its globalization, the mobility of students continue to increase and migration in general follow on the same path, bilinguality, meaning speaking more than one language on advanced level, will be more and more common. New research from University of Luxembourg shows that …

Game for children to develop social emotional skills, research from Oregon State University

eLearningworld News Social and emotional learning skills are one of the main pillars to a child’s success in school and later in life. But still, the understanding how to boost those skills is lagging behind. Megan McClelland, the Katherine E. Smith Healthy Children and Families Professor in Human Development and …

Latest News: Retweeting can cause “cognitive overload”, according to new research

eLearningworld News from US and China Research from Cornell University and Beijing University finds retweeting and in other ways sharing information can create a “cognitive overload”. This reaction can interfere with learning and remember what you have just seen. But the analysis of the results goes further by concluding that …

Latest News: New research finds which country that is the most literate in the world

eLearningworld News from the World Central Connecticut State University in New Britain has conducted research on the literacy in 200 countries. However, the method of the research is differing from e.g. the Pisa study, since it instead of measuring reading skills focus on “literate behaviour characteristics”. This means everything from …

Latest News: Using Oculus Rift in Education – A New World will Open Up

eLearningworld News from Czech Republic Mendel Grammar School in the Czech Republic connected an Oculus Rift to seven of its computers the outcome now almost two years later is the World of Comenius. This is an interactive hands on form of learning where the student can touch, transform and become …

Latest News: Best seat to Google’s Global Conference Education on Air

eLearningworld News from the World Google’s global online conference about education took place May 8-9 with focus how to use the search engine giant’s tools for education to reach educational goals. The conference was completely web-based with the introduction: “You have the best seat in the house (your own!) to …

Latest News: What do you get if you add Gamification to Brain Research?

eLearningworld News from US The answer according to Sebastian Seung at EyeWire, Seung Labs, is an engaging learning game to learn about the research of neuroscience. 160 000 users from 145 different countries are already playing the EyeWire-game. It is structured as a 3D-puzzle. Regular competitions are held and a weekly …