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招待講演 :The Neuroscience of Stories and Why our Brains Love Them by Dr. Curtis Kelly (Kansai University)
Stories, the original Wikipedia, are the oldest tool of teaching, and still the most potent. For most of human existence, we have used stories to share information and educate our offspring about the wiles of the world. It is no wonder our brains have evolved to process stories so much more effectively than other formats of delivery. In fact, stories do more than information transfer. They cause a parallel activation of the insula that results in brain linking. The presenter will provide the neuroscience behind stories, their use in ER, and some powerful stories for you to experiment with.
Curtis Kelly (EdD), a popular speaker and writer, has spent most of his life developing learner-centered materials for “3L” students, students with low ability, low confidence, and low motivation. This brought him to neuroscience. His books include Active Skills for Communication (Cengage), Writing from Within (Cambridge), and Significant Scribbles (Longman).