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“Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.” – Plato

Author: Danielle Batchelor, Ed.M. Founder of Neuroflourish Did you know that "...well-being depends less on objective events than on how these are perceived, dealt with, and shared with others" (Brackett, 2019)? This means our emotional experiences and interpretations are central to mental and physical health. As the Founder and Director of the Yale Center for [...]

2022-06-26T18:42:48-05:00June 26th, 2022|Articles, Uncategorized|Comments Off on “Human behavior flows from three main sources: desire, emotion, and knowledge.” – Plato

Micro credentials: The short story about them

Author:Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa, Ph.D., Professor at Harvard University Extension School Micro credentials are definitely the wave of the future. Some universities are picking up on this (Harvard, MIT, Johns Hopkins, USC, etc.), others are resisting, but all have it on their radar. Professionals (teachers, doctors, lawyers) have also begun to use this format, [...]

2022-05-31T10:29:54-05:00May 29th, 2022|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Micro credentials: The short story about them

Chronic Stress Requires More Brain Power

Author: Danielle Batchelor, Ed.M. Founder of Neuroflourish This is the second post of a series on Adapting to Stress and Building Resilience Through the Pandemic. “The only way out is through.” Acknowledgement is the first step to exploring our underlying needs, addressing our blind and raw spots, and mitigating discomfort. Resilience is made of [...]

2022-05-12T19:57:54-05:00May 12th, 2022|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Chronic Stress Requires More Brain Power

Suffer Well. Adapting to Stress and Building Resilience Through the Pandemic

Author: Danielle Batchelor, Ed.M. Founder of Neuroflourish This is the first of a series on Adapting to Stress and Building Resilience Through the Pandemic. Part 1: SUFFER WELL Two lines of a Robert Frost poem, A Servant to Servants (“the best way out is always through” and “I can see no way out but through”) [...]

2022-05-12T12:30:24-05:00April 9th, 2022|Articles, Articles, Articles, Articles, Articles, Articles|Comments Off on Suffer Well. Adapting to Stress and Building Resilience Through the Pandemic

International Study: Higher Education Perspectives and Practices

You are invited to participate in an international study that examines how pedagogical perspectives and practices related to neuroscience, psychology, and education may inform teaching, learning, and assessment. The study also seeks to explore the types of professional development you engaged in from March 1, 2020 to October 1, 2021. This study is being led by the Online Learning Consortium, Drexel University (United States), and Northern Arizona University (United States) in collaboration with research team members at American [...]

2021-10-25T15:34:43-05:00October 25th, 2021|News|Comments Off on International Study: Higher Education Perspectives and Practices

We learn in all modalities: You are not a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner

Author: Jovi Nazareno, EdM Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education While surrounded by educators in a course called Becoming an Expert Learner1, a discussion came up about how to support memory in learners. We talked about the importance and helpfulness of exposure to multiple modalities of information. This topic became tangled up with what [...]

2021-01-23T23:16:26-05:00January 23rd, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on We learn in all modalities: You are not a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner

Advantages of Teaching Online are Confirmed, by Cynthia Borja, Ph.D.

Cynthia Borja was interviewed (in Spanish) in El Comercio about some "Advantages of Online Teaching". This interview was published in a special edition "Challenges 2021". Full text is on page 22, Click here

2021-01-21T17:10:48-05:00January 21st, 2021|News|Comments Off on Advantages of Teaching Online are Confirmed, by Cynthia Borja, Ph.D.

Memory overconfidence: A student’s perspective

Author: Jovi Nazareno, EdM Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education When in the midst of a busy semester, I too often find myself in moments of what I’ll call memory overconfidence. The long to-do list lures me to move quickly, to get things done. Patience with myself can begin to feel like a luxury [...]

2021-01-07T05:55:18-05:00January 6th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Memory overconfidence: A student’s perspective

Navigating Changes in Learning: The Flipped Classroom

Author: Jovi Nazareno, EdM Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education A few years ago, I registered for an online course that held many surprises for me. Prior to the start of the course, we were given access to videos that explained what to expect from the course and how to come prepared for each [...]

2021-01-06T04:41:28-05:00October 13th, 2020|Articles|Comments Off on Navigating Changes in Learning: The Flipped Classroom

Lost in Cyberspace: The Check for Understanding

Author: Jovi Nazareno, EdM Candidate at Harvard Graduate School of Education The new academic year recently began. In the first weeks of the semester, I amused myself by how often I completely ignored information presented right on the screen and via a teacher’s voice. I’m a grad student, I thought to myself. I should be [...]

2020-09-24T00:57:12-05:00September 24th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Lost in Cyberspace: The Check for Understanding
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