Neuromyths about Special Educational Needs: What should teachers know

Jo Van Herwegen, Associate Professor, Psychology and Human Development, Faculty of Education and Society, UCL, UK  Michael Thomas, Director, Centre for Educational Neuroscience, Birkbeck, University of London, UK  Chloe Marshall, Professor, Psychology and Human Development, Faculty of Education and Society, UCL, UK Rebecca Gordon, Associate Professor, Psychology and Human Development, Faculty of Education and Society, […]

Neuroscience, psychology and education: Emerging links

Recent advances in neuroscientific methods have led to an increased understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying cognition and behaviour. In turn, this has prompted a growing interest in the relevance of neuroscience to education. Since the 1990s, there have been an increasing number of journals, societies, courses, online communities and funding calls, all aiming to […]