Brain Compatible Learning Environments: What Are the Advantages?

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Brain Compatible Learning Environments: What Are the Advantages?
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Brain Compatible Learning Environments: What Are the Advantages?
A brain compatible learning environment is an environment where the learning activities are based on knowledge of the brain’s function. Twelve principles that are derived from findings from neuroscience research about the brain function are used to implement the brain compatible or brain-based learning environment. Application of these principles in the learning environment results in an environment with rich sensory stimuli and positive emotions that enhance the learning experience. This safe and stimuli rich environment provides a balance between authentic learning and direct...
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