The brain inside your student's head: What neuroscience says about teaching and learning.
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The brain inside your student's head: What neuroscience says about teaching and learning.

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What is going on inside the heads of your students? How does a student’s learning process change during as they mature and become more experienced learners? Neuroscience can provide educators with the scientific basis for understanding some of the best practices in teaching and offers an additional way to understand the challenges we experience as teachers. By understanding how, biologically, our students learn, and problem-solve, we can make sure to use teaching approaches that are the best for novice vs. experienced learners and help make and re-inforce connections. Hosted by Dr. Laura Carruth. Appropriate for faculty and graduate students.

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