Learning to Learn by Knowing Your Brain is a book written by expert in educational neuroscience and psychology Héctor Ruiz Martín to help high school students develop good learning strategies, that is, those that are based on scientific evidence about how the brain learns.
researchED, the most important international event on evidence-informed education, took place in Barcelona on June 3 on collaboration with Science Bits and Math Bits.
Some common criticisms for using screens in the classroom arise from prejudices not founded in research. In this article, we clarify some of these criticisms.
Recently, voices have been raised in criticism of the use of digital devices in classrooms. While it is necessary to be critical of the introduction of technology, we cannot deny the potential of technology in education.