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Knowing the Neuroscience of EdTech Learning

By Education Technology Insights | Friday, July 12, 2019

 EdTech LearningEdTech needs to recognize the critical role that neuroscience plays in the education industry with the help of which it can help students in their instruction.

FREMONT, CA: Everything that teachers include in their instruction today must align with the neuroscience of learning. As the field of education continues to evolve, adding new trends, standards, technologies, and thinking become vital for schools. Things like new products and applications that are brought in the classroom must be relevant, research-based, and ready to support educators. 

Without a Proper Research Foundation, Education Technology Seems Only an Enjoyment

The things that we know about the brain and the way it learns influences the design and delivery of the instruction. It is crucial for EdTech enterprises to pay notice to the latest research and apply the same to their products. With the help of understanding behavioral psychology and brain physiology, educators can help students learn better. EdTech companies who want to stay relevant and support the classroom teaching need to utilize neuroscience theory in designing software and hardware because it has the power to modify the instructional methods radically.

Creating Relevant Products

EdTech companies and the entrepreneurs must focus on the following components before developing a product used in instruction:

Seamless Integration: EdTech must be adaptive, personalized, and scalable so that it allows educators to spend most of their time on instructing students and additionally in tracking performance, quiz, disaggregating data and, reteaching.

Less Distraction: Users can concentrate better on learning a subject matter when they find that technology is spontaneous because students will spend less time in understanding it and gain knowledge instead.

More Reflection Time: The brain requires a resting period so that it focuses on reflecting what has been learned. Similarly, educational technology also needs to allow ample reflection time to create a significant impact on the learning and applications that permit play between the periods of learning yield better results.

Social Interaction: Collaboration is essential to understand a topic better. So, the technology that contains social interaction results in active learning because when students work together, it helps them to stay motivated throughout their education.

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