Brain, Digital, & Learning is a peer reviewed journal publishing articles covering all aspects of brain-based education, AI-based learning, digital-based education, and instruction & learning. The journal has a deliberately broad scope and publishes quantitative and qualitative research studies, experimental research studies, reviews of research, short reports and contents development concerned with the brain, digital, and learning fields.

Our aims of the Brain, Digital, & Learning are to promote the research and to exchange updated research results timely among education communities and interest groups by presenting the results of brain & digital education researchers. Also, the journal is to provide an administrative support for educational scholars & educators in the fields of the brain-based education, digital-based education, VR/AR-based learning, teaching & learning, and cognition & sociality.

This contribute to the qualitative development of school education, we would like to open a new path through convergence research of neuroscience, brain science, digital science, and pedagogy to help research in the field of future education.

Key Objectives:

Explore Brain Science and Learning: We delve into the latest advancements in neuroscience and investigate how the brain learns, retains information, and processes knowledge. By understanding the cognitive mechanisms at play, we strive to unlock new possibilities for optimizing teaching and learning experiences.

Unleash the Power of Digital Technologies: We recognize the transformative potential of digital tools and technologies in education. We explore innovative educational software based AI, online learning platforms, virtual reality, augmented reality, and other cutting-edge tools that can create immersive and engaging learning environments.

Bridge the Gap between Theory and Practice: We aim to bridge the gap between research and practice by offering evidence-based insights and practical strategies. Our goal is to empower educators to leverage brain science and digital technologies effectively in their teaching methodologies, thereby enhancing student engagement, knowledge acquisition, and retention.

Scope of Topics:

Neuroscience and Learning: Research on brain plasticity, cognitive processes, memory formation, attention, and other neuroscience principles that impact learning and education.

Educational Technology: Exploration of digital tools, learning platforms, adaptive technologies, virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and AI in educational settings.

Effective Teaching Strategies: Evidence-based instructional methodologies, pedagogical approaches, assessment techniques, and classroom practices that incorporate brain science and digital tools to optimize learning outcomes.

Learning Environments: Designing engaging and inclusive learning environments, promoting collaboration, and leveraging technology for distance learning, hybrid models, and remote education.

Professional Development: Resources, case studies, and insights for educators, administrators, and policymakers seeking to enhance their understanding and application of brain science and digital technologies in education.