Tapping into the Neuroscience of Personalized Learning

Individual learner’s brains are unique – and they are constantly changing and adapting. As we learn, new connections are made, and new neural pathways are created. This is known as neuroplasticity. Neoplastic change happens when our brains experience something that strongly resonates with us, and when we are highly engaged. As each learner's brain is different and changing all the time, it is essential that learning delivery and content is personalized to individuals and continues to adapt to the individual’s changing needs.

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