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Brain Friendly Learning

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This is a special one-off lecture being run by Graduate Development as part of their lecture series.

Brain Friendly Learning Lecture Details

We believe learning events can be enjoyable and full of significant and long lasting learning. We call this approach brain friendly learning – it is learning designed to be in harmony with the way our brains work.

This 90 minute workshop will introduce you to Brain Friendly Learning the cocktail of ingredients and some of the solid neuroscience that backs up why it works. You’ll go away with many practical ideas you can apply immediately in your context.

More information on the lecture and the speaker http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/offices/hr/cppd/files/gdp-BFLAppetiserflyer.pdf

If you would like to attend this talk please click on the link below to book a place:

http://www.training.cam.ac.uk/gdp/event/201200

This talk is part of the Graduate Development Lecture Series series.

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