Cognitive neuroscience can offer great insights to educators. When we know that the brain was designed for finding meaning in the world, and how it does this, we can then design teaching practices that best utilise this.
AT THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL EXPLORE:
- how the body, the brain and the world interact to develop knowledge
- movement and its relationship to learning
- how the brain works
- neurons, networks and complexity
- neuroplasticity and its significance for learning
Most importantly, these ideas will be actively explored through activities that will lead to an understanding of what the research looks like in practice in music education. No prior music experience is necessary.
Dr Robyn Staveley has been involved in music education for many years. She has
Dates & Times
|28 October||5:30 PM|
Participate from anywhere you want
This online workshop will run for one hour from the advertised start time. You will receive a Zoom Webinar link closer to the event date.