Course Description

Educators sculpt their students' brains with every interaction yet, for years, we have been changing students' brains based on intuition and trial-and-error. Neuroeducation provides us with insights into how the brain learns and remembers that can have profound implications on our actions in the classroom. These insights help educators fine tune their instruction, make content accessible and understandable to all their students, and create learning experiences that will help students process and remember information more effectively and efficiently. During this interactive workshop, participants will discover teaching strategies, and the neuroscience behind them, that will help students learn more effectively and remember more successfully.

Learner Outcomes

Participants will:

  • Become familiar with the implications of current brain research regarding student learning and achievement
  • Develop a working knowledge of Growth Mindset and how it impacts student response to failure, perseverance, risk taking, and learning
  • Understand the cognitive benefits of exercise and physical activity on learning and memory
  • Become familiar with the implications of current brain research on student academic functioning
  • Develop and create a plan to effectively incorporate the implications of current brain research into successful teaching strategies that will help students learn and recall information


This course can either be taken for credit or clock hours. Clock hours are available under CEU 3803.
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