Approaches to Learning and the Human Brain

June 7, 2018 James Bowen

Terence Houlihan of City University of New York discusses the brain differences associated with various age groups and offers implications for learning approaches in higher education institutions and professional settings. He discusses how the structuring of motivation, feedback, and decision making for younger people can draw upon the brain's ability to focus on real-time stimuli. Tune in to the podcast below.

Your host, James Bowen, is an author, professor, and CEO of Experiential Simulations, a producer of simulations for teaching entrepreneurship and ethics.

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