investigation group

working on improving attention and self-control in education

investigation group

working on improving attention and self-control in education

investigation group

working on improving attention and self-control in education

neuroeducation journal

Neuroeducation emerges as a project that is situated in the current debate around what the brain sciences can contribute to education, in a global way

Knowledge of the brain is an unfinished task. We believe that a better knowledge of this organ and its processes, will reinforce the so-called educational sciences, especially to the contributions of Psychology as a behavioral science, and to Pedagogy as a science-art of teaching

We promote a critical attitude towards the ‘fashions’ that we are living around so-called neuromitos, but this should not lead us to include in the neuroscientific field the directions of the different theories that are formulated. We refer to multiple intelligences, hemispheric cerebral dominance, learning styles or mindfulness. Attention, intelligence, language, skills, etc … are shown as cognitive processes that we can study in the 21st century with greater amplitude, in the light of neurosciences

However, the school of this century is not so different from the previous ones, despite the scientific advances, and although today we approach the study of education as a complex system

The flexibility that we attribute today to brain processes (plasticity) and intelligence (abilities) is not shown in the development of our educational system, which we are still constrained by the difficulty of getting rid of a thematic and differentiating distribution

 

 

More information in: contacto@neuroeducation.info

Campus Miguel Delibes

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Martin-Lobo, Pilar

Martin-Lobo, Pilar

PhD in Psychology and Graduate in Teaching
Professor of University
Research in Neuropsychology Applied to Education
Department of Evolutionary Psychology and Psychobiology
Faculty of Education – International University of La Rioja

Carramolino Arranz, Beatriz

Carramolino Arranz, Beatriz

PhD in Education (educational technology)
Educational Psychology, Quantitative Social Research, Qualitative Social Research
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Charro Huerga, Elena

Charro Huerga, Elena

Doctor of Chemical Sciences
Full Professor, accredited to university chair
Area of Didactics of Experimental Sciences
Department of Didactics of Experimental, Social Sciences and Mathematics
Faculty of Education and Social Work – University of Valladolid

Urchegui Bocos, Pedro

Urchegui Bocos, Pedro

Doctor in Education Sciences
Master in project direction and management in B-learning
Visual artist. Web developer
Department of Pedagogy – University of Valladolid

Martínez León, Mercedes

Martínez León, Mercedes

Doctor of Medicine and Surgery
Professor Contracted Doctor in the area of Forensic and Legal Medicine
Academic of the Royal Academy of Medicine and Surgery of Valladolid
Department of Preventive Medicine, Public Health, Forensic and Legal Medicine
University of Valladolid

Betegón Blanca, Elena

Betegón Blanca, Elena

Degree in Early Childhood Education
Master in Research Applied to Education
Department of Psychology – University of Valladolid

Arias Martinez, Benito

Arias Martinez, Benito

Doctor of Psychology
Full Professor
Area of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment
Department of Psychology – University of Valladolid

Irurtia Muñiz, María Jesús

Irurtia Muñiz, María Jesús

PhD in Psychology and Clinical Psychologist
Professor of University
Area of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment
Department of Psychology
Faculty of Education and Social Work – University of Valladolid

Vegas Sánchez-Ferrero, Gonzalo

Vegas Sánchez-Ferrero, Gonzalo

Graduate in Mathematic Science
International PhD in Telecommunication Engineering
Specialist in Biomedical Imaging
University of Valladolid
Harvard University

Pérez Fenández, Miguel

PhD in Neuropsychology
Professor of the University
Department of Personality, Psychological Evaluation and Treatment.
Faculty of Psychology – University of Salamanca

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