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Learning to Learn: You, Too, Can Rewire Your Brain, New York Times

How a Polymath Mastered Math—and So Can You; ‘Mindshift’ author Barbara Oakley on the science and practice of learning—and finding love at the South Pole.

Barbara Oakley, Science Friday’s Ira Flatow, New York Times science reporter Ben Carey, appearing on Ira Flatow’s “Science Friday”

“With an investment of $5,000 in video supplies and free labor from family, Oakland University engineering professor Barbara Oakley became the most popular online instructor in the world….”

NY Times article about Barb’s work with Learning How to Learn

speaking for the National Academy of Sciences at the Sackler Auditorium Colloquium

with Pimm Fox on Bloomberg News

at Google HQ speaking about learning

Press coverage

A conversation with the creator of Coursera’s most popular course of 2016, Southeast Asia Globe

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“Broaden learning to boost diversity in STEM, says author Dr Barbara Oakley” Silicon Republic

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“Neuroscience should be taught to all teachers to help pupils learn, academic says,” Times Educational Supplement, London

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Get down with the kids – in the classroom, says deputy head who sat GCSE

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A Beginner’s Guide to Lifelong Learning, Livemint

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Neuroscience should be taught to all teachers to help pupils learn, academic says (Times Educational Supplement, London)

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7 ways to reshape your brain and learn anything, Business Insider

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The Limitations of Memorization and Quiet Study Places

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5 ways to keep learning till 90! (Times of India)

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