A little bit of Neurodidactics
In this Unit we are going to discuss neurodidactics.
NeuroK has been designed with the principles of neurodidactics in mind, especially with a focus on motivation. This is the responsibility of the teacher who must guide the entire teaching process towards managing motivation.
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In the present day and age, one can come across all kinds of information. Currently, one can come across all kinds of information. We cannot emphasize enough the importance of inquiring and questioning things. The scientific mind is a skeptical one, and it seeks more questions than absolute answers. Let’s play the neuromyths game!
What I'm worried about is finding fake or too much smoke with the neurodidactics.
I think one of the best blogs I've found is Escuela con Cerebro.
Seek to change an educational culture that does not respond to the challenges of the 21st century. Co-founder of the Fundación Educación Activa, the Centers for Attention to Educational Diversity (CADE) and NIUCO, he seeks to transform the educational system and the methods used by bringing neuroscience and technology closer to teaching practice.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
I have found this article, which even though I am not involved in training or education has helped me understand many concepts of how the brain learns. Read it and tell me what you think. I'm leaving the note that opens it: It is not true that everything happens later; the truth is, on the contrary, that everything happens before. The most important period of life, in which the foundations on which the personality, the culture and the skills of men and women are built, is by far the first months and the first years of life.