Neuroplasticity in the SLA Classroom: Connecting Brain Research to Language Learning

Posted: 01/07/2015 by broadyesl in brain based learning, neuroplasticity

BroadyELT

Neuroplasticity research is one of the most exciting areas for me as an education professional.  It opens completely new opportunities and hopes for learners of all ages and backgrounds.  I love it!  Follow this link to read some information about Neuroplasticity research and its implications for the learning of languages.  Read “Neuroplasticity in the SLA Classroom: Connecting Brain Research to Language Learning” at  https://www.academia.edu/7846224/Neuroplasticity_in_the_SLA_Classroom_Connecting_Brain_Research_to_Language_Learning

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