This paper reviewed the previous studies with respect to education neuro and cognitive psychology research in elderly and suggested learning environments design with information and communication technologies for the elderly. In the relationship with education, elderly has less memorization, much time to be used to new environments, but aware of building new social relationships, tends to play important roles in learning community, according to the previous research review about learning behaviors using ICT and so on. Therefore, we extracted two perspectives for effective learning environments for the elderly: perception of the self that recognizes learning as a self-behavior and building social relationships. In the relationship with cognitive strategies, the importance of strategic support for cognitive function was extracted. Considering the above, collaborative learning environments that facilitate self-perception and cognitive strategies such as visualization of the relationships between self-learning and collaborative learning with the enhancement of reflection awareness should be one of the effective learning environments for the elderly.