Brain and emotions on learning process
Keywords:brain, neurosciences, learning, teacher
The objective of this research was to describe how the brain is fundamental in the teaching-learning process. This analysis has performed considering the importance of neuroscience and its influence on education, another important issue is emotions as stimuli for meaningful learning.
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