KEYNOTE: Motivate and Engage: The Brain's Reward Pathway : Brain Bites

KEYNOTE: Motivate and Engage: The Brain's Reward Pathway

by Janet Zadina on 09/08/17

When a behavior rewards the brain with feel-good chemicals such as dopamine, the person wants to persist in the behavior. These behaviors motivate and engage. Find out what academic behaviors activate the reward pathway in the brain and what reduce it. Discover the simple task that raised achievement more than additional study time. Acquire strategies for motivating and engaging diverse learners.


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