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Rita Princi-Hubbard


The Institute for Neuroscience and Education (iN-Ed) was established with the main emphasis on research, collaboration and dissemination of information on the Brain and Learning. Recent advances in Educational Neuroscience and Psychology research has shifted the paradigm of teaching and learning to focus on neurodevelopmental aspects of memory consolidation and the role of the environment (educator, school and community) to facilitate memory networks (the essence of learning). This has significant impact on pedagogy and engaging with learners. iN-Ed focuses on establishing extensive networks with academia, psychologists and educators to facilitate high quality learning events to contribute to the ever-increasing demand for brain-based learning with neuroscience based training and professional consulting following a Compassion Focused approach.

The neuroscience principles and research can also be applied in allied health and corporate domains in the form of training, consulting and supervision.

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