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Thank you for completing this course with CQUniversity on FutureLearn.

  • You have now completed our introductory course in ‘Orientation to Educational Neuroscience’. Register your interest here on FutureLearn if you’re interested in learning more.

  • We explored the social brain and its superpowers, and looked at nine things educators need to know about the brain to improve student learning experiences.

  • We also discussed the role of educational neuroscience in the classroom, including the role of dopamine and the mind-body link in the educational environment.

We hope you enjoyed this course! If you did, we invite you to complete the other free courses available in the Educational Neuroscience suite here on FutureLearn:

  1. Neuroleadership and Conceptual Approaches in Educational Neuroscience

  2. Neuroplasticians and Neuromyths

  3. Learning and Memory: Understandings from Educational Neuroscience

If you are interested in undertaking formal studies in Educational Neuroscience register your interest here on FutureLearn. You might be interested in CQUniversity’s Graduate Certificate in Educational Neuroscience or Master or Educational Neuroscience.

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Orientation to Educational Neuroscience

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