Neuroscience and learning


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Neuroscience applied to learning

We want to make the learning process easier and more effective by using our knowledge of human behaviour. We base our actions on the following principles:

  • Learning. Just memorising is not enough. We believe that integral learning includes a many number of factors, as well as exercising our memory.
  • Creativity. Even though genetics do play a role, we believe that creativity is mainly a habit and therefore can be learnt by repetition.
  • Intelligence. We have to work on generative intelligence (where feelings and desires are created) and executive intelligence (which directs the actions that arise from knowledge and emotions).

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