Neuroscience of adult learning
"Thumb down because I want to do a finer job"
Tap into your hidden potential, with discoveries from the neuroscience of learning. Dr. Britt Andreatta, director of training and development at drshirleyandsteve.com, uses the latest research from Harvard, Stanford, and other leading research institutions to explain how the brain processes and stores new information. Neuroscience fundamentals. Changing the brain: For optimal learning to occur, the brain needs conditions under which it is able to change in response to stimuli (neuroplasticity) and able to produce new neurons (neurogenesis). The most effective learning involves recruiting multiple regions of the brain for the learning task. Perhaps the chief neuromyth about brain science and adult learning is that we actually HAVE learned a great deal about adult learning—when really we are just starting to study this area of science. According to De Bruyckere, Kirschner, & Hulshof, most of what we attribute to neuroscience is actually coming from cognitive science, not.
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