I suppose the Venn diagram illustrated above represents Nirvana for teachers and wider educators looking to develop a paradigm, and practical implementation strategy for 21st-century learners.
Unfortunately, with the exception of Finland where the links between neuroscience and psychological research and practice in the classroom are established, we are some way away from developing such a powerful catalyst for reflective change.
Certainly, research is producing more informed insights into practical ways learning can be adapted to be more effective by meeting the needs of individual learners. In doing this it is promoting pupils to be more effective independent and autonomous learners, which should be the goal of any education system.
You can download a pdf of the source publication for free here: Distance Learning for Secondary Education Students. The Role of Educational Neuroscience. | ResearchGate.net
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