Neuropedagogy: what does it teach us?


60 MIN


Neurosciences: the secret to successful courses?

Researches in neurosciences show the importance of active learning for memorization and for the success of a lecture. But how to engage your students? What is the secret to successful courses? AP University of Applied Sciences and Arts Antwerp present their best methods.

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Image of a camera, a brain, a school and a mic. Representing the idea of cohosting with a University a webinar on the subject of neurosciences and active learning.

In this training you will discover:

the 7 principles of learning by Steve Masson

Wooclap and Moodle to enhance courses: testimony of AP University

Questions and answers

What you will learn in this webinar

What are the key principles according to neuroscience to learn efficiently?

Professor Steve Masson, attached to the University of Québec at Montréal, outlines 7 neurological principles with real positive repercussions on education and learning. Focusing on these principles, Annelies Dejonckheere explains the importance of promoting neuroplasticity for effective learning.

How can Wooclap help teachers follow these principles?

Wooclap is an interactive tool that enables teachers to stimulate students' brains and increase their learning ability with 19 different types of questions, such as world cloud, multiple choice questions, find on an image or polls. In this Webinar, you'll see various examples of the use of Wooclap.

How did the deployment of Wooclap take place?

Eva Delvaux, Digital Learning Manager at AP University of Applied Sciences and Arts Antwerpen demonstrates her experience with Wooclap's deployment within the school. In this webinar, she will take you through the pilot phase, the workshops, the open sessions, and the support of Wooclap's customer managers during the deployment.

Students and teachers opinion

In this webinar, discover AP University's feedbacks from teachers: what they enjoy with Wooclap, what they would like to see improved, their student's opinions...