Geoffrey Caine

Geoffrey Caine is co-author of ten books, and has written many articles and chapters, that integrate brain research, psychology, small group processes, systems thinking and education. He and his wife coined the term “Brain Based Learning in their ground breaking article in Educational Leadership in 1990. Their work has been used as foundational material for some of the world’s leading edge educational reform efforts. You can learn more about Geoffrey and his body of work by visiting the Caine Learning website.

Geoffrey Caine, LL.M., is a learning consultant, process coach and writer. He works with and gives talks to schools and school districts, businesses, as well as philanthropic organizations and governmental agencies.

Geoffrey currently has the following eBooks with us:



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Make Confusion Your Friend

Confusion is natural:  don’t fight it – use it. It is quite natural to be confused or feel awkward when dealing with a new concept or skill.  And it is quite natural to resent feeling confused.  But the bottom line is that confusion and awkwardness are natural.  And one of… Read More


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To learn anything well, get it in your feelings!

Knowing something well enough to use in the real world is different from knowing it well enough to get a high score on a test.  Tests play an important role, but the key to real world competence is to get a “feel” for the skill or subject area. So what… Read More


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