With thousands of new research papers coming out each month on the brain, and a growing collaboration between neuroscientists, educators and psychologists, it is an optimal time to be informed on the most up to date neurological approaches in educational theory and practice. This online Short Course is designed to offer contemporary evidence from cutting edge research and provide a basis for the enhancement of educational settings through the incorporation of brain-friendly principles. Topics include: brain architecture, neuroplasticity, epigenetics, the science of learning, what should and should not be done in educational settings, practical applications of Educational Neuroscience, and how to maintain a healthy brain. You will develop a well-researched and holistic conceptual approach that will be beneficial for yourself and those with whom you work.
The fee for this short course will be $440.00.
There are no specific entry requirements to enrol in this course, however, it is relevant to anyone involved in education who would like to complete studies in a flexible and self-paced environment to gain neuroscientific insights to inform practices.
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For direct access to the course, visit https://cpd.cqu.edu.au/
Tertiary Admission Centre Codes (TAC) Codes
This course provides Professional Development for education professionals.
Undertaking this course enables students to meet their Continuing Professional Development obligations for registration and industry update requirements in their profession. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be awarded 50 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours and a CQUniversity Certificate of Completion.
Study Mode Definitions
*All study modes may include Vocational placement and/or work integrated learning.
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