Conclusions and Future Prospects
Author: Centre for Educational Research and Innovation
Source: SourceOECD Social Issues/Migration/Health, Volume 2007, Number 13, June 2007 , pp. 310-335(26)
Abstract:This chapter concludes Part I of this report by bringing together the key messages and potential policy implications, which show how neuroscientific research is already contributing to education and learning policy and practice. The themes include discussion of lifelong learning; ageing; holistic approaches to education; the nature of adolescence; ages for particular forms of learning and the curriculum; addressing the "3 Ds" (dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dementia); and assessment and selection issues in which neuroscience might increasingly be involved. The chapter also points to areas needing further educational neuroscientific research that have emerged from the different chapters of the report.
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: June 2007