elearningpost logo

Improving Learning Through Understanding of Brain Science Research

I started reading Steven Johnson's Mind Wide Open. It's a wonderful book on the 'neuroscience of everyday life'. Johnson main objective in writing this book is to help us discover our inner-self by using neurofeedback gadgets like the one used to measure attention and focus. While reading these chapters I wondered about the value of neurofeedback in teaching and learning. And as the serendipity of the blogosphere would have it, George Siemens links to this paper which which talks about improving learning using brain science principles. Wonderful. Just perfect.

Page 1 of 2 pages