Neuro Education In Times Of Virtuality


  • Luis Alberto Vera Espinoza
  • María Elena Moya Martínez
  • María Rodríguez Gámez


Mirror neurons, cerebral hemispheres, executive functions, virtuality.


In the last two decades, neuroscience has taken center stage in society and in the scientific world, with more and more findingshow the brain works and learns. Studies carried out in this context have allowed us to know some facts that can influence the daily life of the human being, since childhood one of the clearest examples occurs in the stage of education and from here arises neuroeducation, a discipline that studies the functioning of the brain during the teaching-learning process.

Desk research was used that promoted in the bibliographic search of scientific articles that have strengthened the knowledge about how the human brain works and learns, so the main objective was to guide on the new perspectives that are more effective in the construction of learning. , through the use of technological tools designed for the field of education specifically in the use of virtual classrooms.

In the study of neuroeducation in the virtual classroom, it was based on the inductive method that helps to carry out an analysis of learning that goes from the particular to the general,in addition to analytical and synthetic methods. The research aims to show the technological and neurodidactic applications, as tools that help to establish pedagogical strategies in the acquisition of knowledge and contribute to the development of new paradigms that allow facing the health pandemic that humanity is going through and that has changed methodologies traditional to interactive and technological methodologies.

Faced with the situation of education in times of confinement, as a result of the declaration of a state of pandemicby the World Health Organization (WHO); Most of the countries in the world resorted to virtualizing education. This is not new since totally virtual study programs have existed for some time. When specifying on this subject, it is considered as the modality in which learning teaching unfolds in its entirety through synchronous and asynchronous scenarios or environments.


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Luis Alberto Vera Espinoza, María Elena Moya Martínez, & María Rodríguez Gámez. (2021). Neuro Education In Times Of Virtuality. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(08), 4708-4717. Retrieved from

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