COURSES

Contrary to popular belief, we know a lot about how people learn! And you can know a lot, too.


I distill decades of research in education and provide you with key insights to help you learn, teach, or engage with science through these resources below.

Raising Hands

COURSE | LIES ABOUT LEARNING

This is my course on common myths in learning through Knowable. Knowable works with experts to make short audio courses on popular topics. There's Mark Bittman (chef, NYTimes writer), Scott Kelly (astronaut), and uh... me. Plus a lot of other people you probably know.

Click below to read more about the course. And join through my affiliate link and add the code "Friend" to get 10% off.

Teacher and Kids in Library

COURSE | SCIENCE OF LEARNING

This is a basic introduction to the research on how humans learn. So if you're new to the topic, take a listen at Listenable (or read via daily emails at Highbrow).

Smiling Girl with Book

COURSE | HOW SCIENCE WORKS

Will Ben ever stop making audio courses? Yeah.. I've probably reached my limit.

This course from Listenable is on what we know about how science works. It draws on the philosophy, history, and sociology of science because I love that stuff.

You can also read it through daily emails with Highbrow.

Blonde Boy Reading

SURVEY SAYS... HOW TO WRITE SURVEYS TO GET THE INFORMATION YOU WANT

A huge part of learning, especially in our work environment, is collecting information. How do you make sure your surveys provide sound data?


Distilling fifty years of research on how to write surveys effectively, this guide gives you all of the information you need to collect valuable data, not nonsense. From choosing correct question types to avoiding response bias, you can't write your next survey without this.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

I read a lot of books on learning, science, and technology. This is my list of recommended reading:

Have you read book that didn't make the list? I'd love to hear about it.

PEAK: SECRETS FROM THE NEW SCIENCE OF EXPERTISE

Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool