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VELASQUEZ BURGOS, BERTHA MARLÉN; CALLE M, MARÍA GRACIELA  and  REMOLINA DE CLEVES, NAHYR. Neuroscientific Theories of Learning and Their Implication in the Knowledge Construction of University Students. Tabula Rasa [online]. 2006, n.5, pp.229-245. ISSN 1794-2489.

This article invites readers to reflect on the different neuroscientific theories of learning: the theory of the triune brain, the whole brain, the brain as a basis for learning, right brain versus left brain, and the theory of multiple intelligences; as well as their direct implication in the process of searching and constructing knowledge for University students, as evidenced in curriculum structure, implementation of teaching and facilitation methodologies and in evaluation systems, among others.

Keywords : Neuroscientific theories of learning; brain; teaching-learning; methodological strategies; pedagogy; education.

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