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Neuroeducational hooks

Engaging students to learn.
My way in Wonderland started with a presentation post that mentioned a journey of growth based on neuroeducation findings. Teachers need to know how the brain works in order to teach better. That trip has its first stop in this post. That's the reason why the keys to empowering classroom climate will be presented. What makes the students learn? As Francisco Mora affirms in his book Neuroeducación, curiosity, attention and memory must be given. What most influences to capture their attention is to connect the students emotionally with the contents. Hence his well-known quote you can only learn what you love. For this, pupils should always see the best version of the teacher bearing in mind the mirror neurones.
Our brain has a genetic memory and it is prepared for survival. Therefore, if our students feel emotionally attacked, they disconnect. Anyway, how can you activate that device of attention, emotion or memory? Raising up the dopamine (hormone of hap…