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Teacher, student and parent surveys on education and neuroscience

We are conducting a survey of teachers, parents and students to establish which educational interventions they use (or have come across) which they think (or have been told) are based upon neuroscience.We are interested in hearing from teachers in the UK and overseas about examples of activities or techniques they use with an aim of enhancing learning and have launched a survey for teachers. We are also encouraging teachers and parents to help us include the views of students and some examples of activities they do to improve the way their brain learns. Parents also have the opportunity to share their views through our survey for parents. Surveys have now closed and the findings will be published later in the year.

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