Podcast 64 - What is Brain Friendly Learning?

Can we use neuroscience to improve learning solutions? And how much neuroscience do we need to understand, in order to usefully apply its lessons?

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Published 26 September 2017
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Podcast 64 - What is Brain Friendly Learning?

Stella Collins joins Justin and James to discuss all this and more on this week's show.

If you want to join in the conversation, you'll find us all on Twitter: @stellacollins, @jamesmcluckie and @writerjustin.

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