Neuroeducation is an emerging academic field and can appear complicated due to the convergence of three separate disciplines, Neuroscience, Psychology and Education, as well as early credibility-knocking false starts such as 'neuromyths'.
The purpose of this resources page is to help navigate a sensible path through this complexity. It will always be a work in progress, so if you think something is missing, please let me know in comments.
Introductory & Key Reading
- Educational Neuroscience
- OECD report: Understanding the Brain
- Bibliography: neuroscience and Education
Key People in Neuroeducation
- Neuroscience and the Classroom: making connections (MOOC)
- Mind, Brain and Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education