Brain and learning on adolescence stage
Research shows adolescent learning by analyzing brain development at the age of 10 to 19 years. A literature review method has used in the investigation from 1997 to 2019 with the aim of demonstrating the incidence of the brain in the teaching system. An analysis of the conceptualization of adolescence, brain, learning, behavior has shown; where several authors who have studied the subject have analyzed. In addition, the behavior of people influences the teaching process, for this reason, shows the psychosocial characteristics of the adolescent that give rise to the design and predisposition of the use of innovative methodologies to teach classes in educational institutions. The study of the brain and learning, adolescence, generalities and psychosocial characteristics of the adolescent will help in the intervention and prevention of future social problems that many teenagers are currently affected. Understanding a teenager is complex; but if you can know what you like, what you want, this will serve to be able to interact with your same ideals and reach meaningful and valid teaching.
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