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My all-time 21 favourite books about studying and learning live on a special shelf behind my desk. According to, well, me, these represent the best books on effective learning you could wish for.
I frequently rave about these books to the students and teachers I work with.
These are the books I reach for day-in, day-out when I’m writing for the blog or working on presentations for schools.
Whether you’re looking to find ways to help you or your students build better study habits, or brush up on the science of learning so you can teach or study more effectively, you’re in the right place.
I even take the time to arrange them by colour.
(Tell me if I’ve gone too far…?
I thought it would be fun to take these books on a little photoshoot, and tell you a little bit about each of them.
If you’re looking for a great book about studying and learning, memory techniques or motivation for students, look no further. These make great gifts for smart students, would be top additions to school libraries or family bookshelves, or are simply among the most powerful investments you can make in your education or a student or educator.
Have I got your favourites here? What are you adding to your reading list? Let me know in the comments at the end!
Book in a sentence:
Underlining, highlighting, re-reading and cramming lead to the illusion of learning, but any gains fade quickly – so use spaced retrieval practice instead.
Perhaps the classic book when it comes to the science of learning, widely and enthusiastically recommended by psychologists and teachers alike.
It’s considered one of the all-time best books on learning for a reason: it’s a brilliant read from a winning collaboration between a professional writer and world-leading scholars, covering the fundamental science and bringing it to life with some wonderful real-life stories.
What I personally enjoyed most was how good it is at persuading you to actually USE the stuff that works – it does a superb job of describing what effective learning techniques will actually FEEL like, and what to expect when you start using them.