TEACHERS NEED NEURO-TEACHING SKILLS IN THE CLASSROOM : A NEW PERSPECTIVE FOR BETTER FUTURE IN EDUCATION

Nani Restati Siregar, Mansyur M., Muhammad Ilham

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As a teacher who has skills to teach in the classroom, they will do professionally. However, that was not enough to understand how learners proceed information and knowledge. Processing information take place in the brain. In fact, the human brain is complex. It can regulate our mind, thinking, behavior, including visceral system in our body. This literature study aims to provide information about neurosciences in teaching and learning in the classroom. This study is done through exploring at the google and google scholar. Furthermore, pleminary research is needed to explore teacher’s perception about neuroscience in the classroom.

Keywords

Learners, neuro-teaching, neuroscience, neuropsychology, teacher.

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