Biohacking Learning and Motivation
This presentation provides the latest research on neuroscience as it relates to learning outcomes.
It enables teachers utilize this knowledge to plan effective learning experiences that maximise academic results and learning outcomes.
Presenting the recent research knowledge of how different neurochemicals – dopamine, adrenaline, cortisol, acetylcholine, oxytocin- act
in our brains to create learning. Educators become knowledgeable about how to moderate each to create greater impact and learning in their students.