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  • 1. Unification of Neuroscience and Education to Achieve the Aim of “Education for All”Sheryl Batchelor
  • 2. NeuroplasticityNeuroplasticity refers to thebrains ability to change itselfin response to theenvironment and to learn fromexperience.Brechman-Toussaint (2009), p.1
  • 3. Can neuroscience help educators to teach students how to learn?
  • 4. Bottlenecks to learning Emotional regulation skills Attentions skills Executive functioning skills Visual and auditory processing skills Theory of mind skills Mindsets Reward SystemsBrechman-Toussaint (2009), p3
  • 5. Promising practicesDiamond & Lee (2011), p.2-4
  • 6. Neuormyths
  • 7. Can the gap between neuroscience and education be connected?
  • 8. ReferencesBrechman-Toussaint (2009), see conference paper.Diamond & Lee (2011), see conference paper.