Applying Neuroscience and the Arts for a Collaborative Learning Experience

17-Jan-2019 11:40 - 12:40

Join this interactive session to learn and experience how creativity methods backed up by neuroscience studies have brought up a variety of unorthodox ways to speed up the learning process. Get acquainted with already tested new techniques that engage learners and make acquiring new knowledge faster and long-lasting by using tools that can be introduced both for groups and individuals. From stimulating the learner’s brain to using music to implement successful collaborative learning situations, this session will include:
  • a section on brain-based learning, covering concepts such as novelty and presentation pace, among others
  • MIT’s change framework, where participants will create action items to improve collaboration in their workplace, and
  • a debrief where participants will share briefly their action items with the whole audience.


Mehmet Baha
Founder & Senior Consultant, Solution Folder
Baha is Founder of Solution Folder which provides training solutions to create collaborative work culture in companies. After obtaining a scholarship from Fulbright, he did his master’s in Washington DC, USA in the area of conflict..
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