What if some of the most popular teaching practices are detrimental to learning?
Why is the schooling system not creating critical thinkers?
Why does so many brilliant first year students fail their study year?

We explore the latest neuroscience research and memory formation.

Location: Wallenberg Research Centre

Date: 15 May 2018

Time: 8:00 am to 11:00 am

Attendance is free of charge, however, bookings are essential. Please contact Jolandi at jolandi.marais@it.si for more information.

This event is endorsed by SACE. Each attendee will receive 5 CPTD points.

Limited to two people per institution.
Terms and Conditions apply.

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