ARE YOU READY FOR NEUROEDUCATION?

| May 21, 2019

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Understanding how we learn has always intrigued educators and psychologists. Pioneers like Dewey, Maslow, and Vygotsky developed some of the first learning theories, but it wasn’t until education joined neuroscience that we’ve made significant advanced in understanding learning.Researchers now understand that education is a science. Learning as much about how the brain learns and stores information is the next logical step in merging the two fields. The result is neuroeducation, which “serves to apply the scientific method to curricula design and teaching strategies.”

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Kent-Teach is the leading recruitment platform for Kent schools. The team provide expert advertising advice and innovative digital solutions alongside a cost effective service that reaches over 100,000 members and provides national exposure for school vacancies.With over 80% of schools in Kent signed up to advertise with us, Kent-Teach is the first port of call for job seekers and recruiters alike.Alongside our dynamic recruitment advertising services, Kent-Teach also runs a successful blog and resource hub to engage with the teaching community, answer any queries and share those all important knowledge amongst the teachers in Kent.

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