The following LEARNING CONNECT BIOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH LISTINGS have served as a catalyst in creating the Learning Connect instructional system.  By accessing and compiling the latest educational research, the Learning Connect modules and tools were generated to ensure student success and achievement. Each guide is consist of brief excerpts of research for each learning strategy, processing skill or educational topic from studies of renown educational leaders from around the world.

A.  LC Bibliograhy - LEARNING STRATEGY RESEARCH LISTING - A listing of brief research excerpts for each of the 65 LEARNING CONNECT learning strategies.

B.  LC Bibliography - LEARNING AND PROCESSING SKILLS RESEARCH LISTING - A listing of brief research excerpts for each of the nine learning and processing skills.

A listing of brief research excerpts of current and prominent learning theories.

A listing of a brief research excerpts on special education.  Since so many educational studies have been conducted using different perspectives and different components concerning the same or similar strategies, a cluster listing of all related strategies have been developed to assist in further study.

E.  LC Bibliography - LEARNING STRATEGY CLUSTERS RESEARCH LISTING - A cluster listing for each learning strategy in order to show specific, related strategies.

Click Here to Start Module. The gears provided on each module provide specific student learning and achievement research for the selected module strategy. Click on the gear to read and click on gear again to eliminate the research box retrieved.  For more citation reference information, please refer to the Learning Connect Research Listings in the Teacher Menu located at the top of the page.

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"Neuroscience research confirms that practice improves performance. The brain processes new information by recalling it, and as the activity is practiced, the pathways get more efficient, and transmission speed increases. The pathways may become permanent as the skill becomes integral to the brain, and is held in long-term memory." (Jensen as stated by - Cercone, 2006.)