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Teaching with immersive gaming

30 January 2012

Speaking at the Learning Without Frontiers conference in Olympia, London on January 26th, Dr Paul Howard-Jones, Neuroeducationalist at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, suggested dopamine is the reason kids love computer games.

Bristol brainiacs go head to head

10 June 2011

It was game on with members of the Bristol public last night in Dr Paul Howard-Jones' Brain Game, as part of the Bristol Festival of Education.

Help for children with literacy difficulties - new funding awarded to Dr Anthony Feiler and Dr Jo Rose

1 June 2011

We are proud to announce that Dr Anthony Feiler and Dr Jo Rose have secured new funding for helping children with literacy difficulties. This is an innovative partnership project between Reading Quest, AQA and the GSoE.

I win, you lose: brain imaging reveals how we learn from our competitors

18 October 2010

Learning from competitors is a critically important form of learning for animals and humans. A new study has used brain imaging to reveal how people and animals learn from failure and success.

Links between economic activity and maths learning

19 July 2010

The Graduate School of Education (GSoE), University of Bristol, has won prestigious Leverhulme Trust funding of over £90,000 for a research project entitled ‘Identifying and exploring links between economic activity and maths learning’.