Skoach Neuroplasticity

All of us, young and old, can learn new things and develop new skills

This is called Neuroplasticity: the brain’s ability to physically change in response to new thoughts, feelings or actions.

Ebbinghaus forgetting curve

Neuroplasticity works both ways: we can learn, but we also forget. We learn best over spaced sessions, insisting on the new thoughts, feelings or actions.

This cements changes in the brain, making them easier to use and more effective.

Skoach Ebbinghaus forgetting curve

This curve resembles Ebbinghaus’ original one. We are aware, however, we have several curves, depending on prior knowledge, importance, etc.

Ebbinghaus’s forgetting curve

Neuroplasticity works both ways: we can learn, but we also forget. We learn best over spaced sessions, insisting on the new thoughts, feelings or actions.

This cements changes in the brain, making them easier to use and more effective.

We created a methodology to effectively get people to learn and change behavior

Skoach sends spaced challenges to be applied on the job and monitored through a gamified experience.