Course Description

Educational neuroscience is the study of the brain’s development, structure, and function, and is a powerful discipline that can be very helpful to teachers. Students are getting less activity, less sleep, and more digital distractions thus are less engaged in the learning process than ever before. We learn all about how to teach in our pedagogy classes but teachers very rarely get a neuroscience course. Imagine how much more effective our teaching can be if we know how the brain actually processes and learns.  In this seminar, you will gain an understanding of the importance of neuroscience in education. Improve your understanding of learning and memory. Discover how to maximize student learning in the classroom through movement, mind-body connection activities, and the benefits of neuroplasticity. We will focus on what teachers need to know about how the brain learns, cognitive skills with reading and math, the role of emotions in learning, the impact of technology on our brains, and so much more. Come join this active and engaging session, and leave with a new knowledge of how to help your student learn and remember more. 


Course 16734 Section 001 Neuroscience of Learning: Connecting the Mind, Body, and Learning to Maximize Student Engagement and Learning Residential Application
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Section Title
Neurosci of Learning: Connect Mind, Body, & Learn.
Residential - Ocracoke
Mar 11, 2024 to Mar 15, 2024
  • Ocracoke
Course Fee(s)
NCCAT Tuition non-credit $0.00
Drop Request Deadline
Mar 04, 2024
Transfer Request Deadline
No transfer request allowed after enrollment
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