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Realistic expectations about neuroeducation

  • Neuroeducation could be used to dispel harmful neuromyths about how people learn.
  • Well-researched neuroscience findings in the area of learning and memory could be taught to students and employees.
  • A more challenging step would be to teach these neuroeducation principles at scales while ensuring that people understand how to use them in a real-life context.

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