The developing discipline of educational neuroscience takes discoveries in the brain sciences from the last few decades and applies them to pedagogy. It provides educators with a scientific basis for understanding how the brain learns and hence redefines some of the best practices in teaching.
Educational neuroscience also offers new ways of looking at the learning problems teachers grapple with every day. When educators understand how the anatomy of the brain works and link this to how students learn, they are better equipped to prepare effective curriculum delivery in their classrooms.
This changes the focus from “what content to deliver” to “how to help students more effectively take in the content”. Educational neuroscience is a new frontier that can lead to enhanced learning for all and greater leverage of existing investment by individual schools, school systems and governments.
About the Conferences
The inaugural Educating with Neuroscience conference was held in Melbourne in 2016. It was so successful in helping educators understand how to apply the power of brain science research in their schools, that in 2017 it expanded to:
Educating with Neuroscience 2018 Conferences
The Educating with Neuroscience 2018 Conferences will help Principals, other school leaders and teachers understand how to gain better leverage from all school resources – staff, infrastructure and curriculum tools - by deploying practices and programs based on educational neuroscience.
Attendees will hear international speakers discuss the latest educational neuroscience research, and how that research has been translated into practical tools for educators.
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