Implementing neuroscience and psychology research in the classroom
The developments in the fields of neuroscience and technology over the last 20 years have given us greater access to information on brain function and development. For the past six years, BrainCanDo has been working with schools and universities to further understand how evidence from these fields can be used to enhance educational practice. Through combining neuroscience and psychology with teaching and learning methods, teachers are better equipped to understand how their students learn.
Join us on Saturday 16 March for this one-day CPD-accredited Teaching and Learning Professional Development Day, designed for you to engage with research and consider its impact in the classroom. This is also an opportunity to network with like-minded professionals and to hear from leading experts to develop techniques and strategies that will enhance your teaching and learning practice.
Professor Patricia Riddell, University of Reading
‘Harnessing the positive power of emotional contagion in the classroom’
Previous delegate feedback
“I really enjoyed learning about the neurological development of the teenage brain and how it related to learning, teaching and support.”
“It was helpful to learn new things, and see the potential for school-research partnerships being realised.”