There is science to it. It is validated, there is data, it is repeatable and it’s a science.
About what am I speaking? The Neuroscience of Learning.
Not just an art form. There is solid scientific research and evidence to prove that behaviour is learnt, therefore repeatable. Techniques can be designed and applied.
This neuroscience stuff is not weird, not soft. It’s solid. Hard research and evidence that underpins how we teach, how we learn and how we live. It’s worth knowing something about. Even if to sound a touch fancy at your next dinner party or explaining algebra to your teenager.
Now come back here, if you are about to think this is all too hard. Sure, much is complicated. That’s why neuroscientists and associated researchers devote their whole lives to studying the brain. But there is a whole lot that can be explained in a manageable and straightforward way. Even amusing, if you realise your brain is doing stuff you never told it to do or think. Automatic and immediate, the brain kicks in and you find yourself upset about something and reacting in a way that is not always productive. I’m right, aren’t I.
I invite you to work with me to determine a usable way for you to apply the neuroscience of learning. Learning that can be applied in your daily life, whether at the office and at home, strengthening relationships along the way.