Brain system influences on teaching-learning process
Keywords:neuroscience, learning, metacognition, motivation, brain
This research shows how the brain system influences the teaching-learning process and the stimuli, that must has applied in the classroom to generate significant learning in the students, the methodology used was the bibliographic review in which some criteria have referenced. The contributions of authors, the inductive and deductive since the criteria of the cited authors have analyzed, the objective of the work was to demonstrate the incidence of the correct functioning of the brain in the educational process.
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