Impact of teaching-learning process for brain
Keywords:brain, knowledge, learning, neuroscience, strategies
This research has based on a theoretical review of the knowledge about the topics, the importance of the brain and its learning styles, which some theorists propose, whose interests and publications focus on the importance of the brain for learning. The purpose was to demonstrate, the impact of these topics on the teaching-learning process and the problems. That arise around them, as well as topics on the need to incorporate flexible models that take into account the diversity of human thought. Develop capacities taking into account the particularities of the student, attention should be paid, manipulate methodological strategies and resources that respond to the different learning styles and systems proposed in this article, so that the teaching of all students benefits, according to their progressive period, level of development and educational needs, without separating them from their environment or context in which they operate. It shows how the brain influences learning, so that knowledge has strengthened in a humanistic way. The objective is to potentiate teaching and learning, to achieve a better academic performance, which seeks to offer significant experiences to adapt to the new demands of the society of the 21st century.
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