The Neuroscience of Social Learning

Social learning is crafted to tailor learning to the individual needs and preferences of the modern learner. It is designed in a way that increases the motivation and desire for individuals to learn, contributing to personal and professional development.

The human brain has been evolving for millions of years, leading us to become the social beings are today. We create social connections wherever we go, which is why it is so important to also apply these to our learning. Our brains better process information and essential knowledge when it is exposed to a social aspect, rather than mundane individual learning.

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