Neurosciences and education: an integral and interdisciplinary learning
Keywords:education, integral development, neuroeducation, neurosciences, teaching-learning
A bibliographic analysis was carried out, which aims to present the contributions of neurosciences to education and their relevance in the teaching-learning process. The method used was the inductive-deductive in which an analytical-descriptive methodology is applied with a non-experimental approach based on the contents of several specialized bibliographic sources. It was determined that the study of neurosciences can contribute to the integral development of the student, demonstrating on the one hand the importance of emotions as an enhancer of the teaching-learning process, as well as providing guides to detect learning problems in time to treat them by the hand of techniques and methods provided by pedagogy and teaching experience.
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