Seminar: Neuroscience hacks for learning – the real roots of learner motivation

Neuroscience hacks for learning – the real roots of learner motivation

A Lumesse Learning webinar sponsored by me:time

Developing true expertise isn’t easy. It takes focus and plenty of practice to get really good at a skill. So how do you create motivating learning and help people to practice sufficiently?

Neuroscience is the number one hot topic in learning at the moment. Drawing on behavioural science principles, Charlotte Hills shares what happens in the brain as you learn, and three strategies you can use to keep up the motivation to achieve expertise.

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Charlotte Hills (Lumesse Learning) is an award-winning learning designer and published research assistant. Specialising in medical content, Charlotte uses adult learning principles from neuroscience and psychology literature to create effective learning and drive adoption. Charlotte is currently completing a PhD in face and word recognition at Warwick University.

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If you missed the first in the series of our ‘Neuroscience hacks for learning’ you can download the recording here. In this webinar, Charlotte Hills describes the latest advances in knowledge about the brain, and how you can create the best conditions for your brain to learn.