N E U R O - E M O T I O N A L  

E D U C A T I O N  C O U R S E

Bored children with dyslexia, dyscalculia or attention deficit ... The educational needs of students are many, but the answer is often limited and impersonal. Starting a new educational era is a priority and neuroeducation can provide the necessary approach and psychobiological context.​

This type of knowledge goes beyond many of the schemes used so far. We are about to take a journey into the synaptic tissue, orchestrated by brain processes that allow us to understand, for example, that not all children follow the same rhythm of learning. That there are personal times and structures that can mature later, which is why many pupils may find it difficult to set up their bed-writing skills.

We can't force a child to learn something he's not ready for yet. This pressure generates frustration, fear, avoidance. The opposite of learning is obtained, which is a process that feeds on joy, curiosity and motivation.

With this course we want to highlight the virtues of neuro-emotional education and an open educational model focused on people and their needs, we will focus on the recent neuro-scientific discoveries, of pedagogical
projects that make use of these new tools, and actions that teacher can put into their own reality.


Objectives  :

Optimize teaching and learning processes based on the knowledge we have about the functioning of the human brain. Learn what neuroeducation consists of.

Acquire tools for the implementation of neuroeducation in the educational and / or health field.


Students and professionals interested in the following fields: speech therapy, nursing, medicine, nutrition, optics, education (kindergarten, primary, hearing and language, special education, social education), social work, and all those who wish to know these tools.


Neuroeducation, fashion or necessity?

The brain of the child and the adolescent.

Learn better: requirements to learn better.

The role of the adult (teacher, speech therapist, parents ...).

Practical cases.