AEP 824 - Learning and the Brain

The Learning and the Brain course describes the roles, functions, processes, and physical makeup of the brain and how it can be leveraged for optimal learning. This course defines the structure of the brain, how it functions, and how to enhance student cognition and development of academic skills. The course will also provide the classroom instructor with tools to help the student understand short and long term memory, identify factors that influence students' ability to remember, and understand higher level thinking and effective problem solving. Finally, this course will also help explain how multiple intelligences and learning styles can affect curriculum development and learning.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022