Following is a list of Twitter threads on the application of Neuroscience in Pedagogy and education. I will be updating it periodically. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1332684509150527488?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1332684947807555584?s=20 https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1334659016333565953?s=20
Should every teacher learn some neuroscience? In this video David Daniel & Daniel Willingham explores a particular study which consider neuroscience/ education. They explores flaws in this approach. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDz8JWbHnK8 Source https://twitter.com/DTWillingham/status/1299146171559051264?s=20
Learning must be informed by scientific research and by establishing evidence-based feedback-loop. This is why the idea of a "Science Of Learning" attracted deep interest from people across different fields. This includes psychology, education, neuroscience, and technology, as well as from practitioners. The applied nature of Science Of Learning can be seen more and more … Continue reading What is the Science Of Learning? The birds eye view.
What Teachers Need To Know About The Science Of Learning--And What They Don't via @forbes https://t.co/Eiv5FnZpGT— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) June 5, 2019 There are two basic categories of learning science: Cognitive neuroscience & Cognitive psychology. Neuroscience focuses on the brain’s structure and the regions that are activated when people engage in various tasks. Psychology, on the other … Continue reading Tweet: Cognitive neuroscience VS Cognitive psychology: What Teachers Need To Know About The Science Of Learning.
https://t.co/wgS15pzPy8— Kiran Johny (@johnywrites) May 26, 2019 Training past the point of improvement is called 'overlearning.' A recent study in Nature Neuroscience suggests that such post improvement training might further improve performance by altering chemicals in the brain that "lock" in training. Review of the Study >> How to activate your brain's ability to learn Read the study >> Overlearning hyperstabilizes … Continue reading Tweet: How to activate your brain’s ability to learn