Epsilon Learning Systems
provides lectures, seminars, consultation, and research services
focused on the relation between learning and brain function.
A generation of research on the biology of learning has yet to
be fully incorporated into the systems we use to teach, to train,
and to learn. How do the welter of confusing and conflicting theories
of learning relate to how we really learn? How can we use an understanding
of brain function to help learners integrate new knowledge into
their existing cognitive systems? How do the different aspects of
the biology of learning relate to our personal experience of learning?
How we approach learning, and what we consider learning to be,
affect the efficiency with which we communicate knowledge. The goals
of teachers, learners, and organizations can be achieved most effectively
by working with the requirements of brain structure and how people
Epsilon Learning offers
cutting-edge academic research and consultation on brain-based learning
on topics ranging from neuroscience and linguistics to child development,
cultural and evolutionary anthropology, education, e-learning, knowledge
systems, and related areas of research and application.