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08 Oct 2019

Baroness Susan Greenfield explores the neuroscience of teaching, learning and digital technology

How do school leaders get the most out of technology for their teachers and students?
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    Baroness Susan Greenfield is a British scientist, author, broadcaster and Member of the House of Lords. As Senior Research Fellow at Oxford’s Lincoln College, Susan heads a multidisciplinary research team investigating neurodegenerative disorders.

    In this podcast, Susan describes her journey to becoming neuroscientist. She believes that brain science holds wonderful possibilities for education, particularly for teachers to have insights into attention, memory and learning.

    Discover Susan's views on the impact of modern technologies on the brain and how neuroscientists and educators are working together to change classroom practice and improve learning.

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