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Movement, as a tool for the development and enhancement of cognitive functions, is the key to the development and implementation of Neuroeducation in Physical Education. A novel concept of enormous importance for the quality of life of students”
Science has advanced in the study of the brain as a learning organ, with the aim of helping each student to develop their cognitive, intellectual and emotional potential to the fullest. Although current education aims at a comprehensive education, it is still focused on cognitive aspects, with little development in terms of emotional aspects; little and/or no management of one's own and others' emotions, little self-motivation and self-control, and communication skills.
This program arises with the purpose of expanding the benefits that can be offered from the subject of physical education to students, from the perspective of sports performance, academic performance, and also in relation to personal development based on physical and emotional well-being. This is based on the new knowledge of brain science to focus, in a practical way, on how to implement it in the reality of educational centers.
Physical Education acquires a dimension of extraordinary importance, transcending the important objectives of developing motor skills, to access the use of movement as a tool for the development and improvement of cognitive functions.
The prestigious professors of this program have deposited their specialized and advanced knowledge based on experience and rigorous scientific criteria in the development of this highly scientifically and academically rigorous training.
All modules are accompanied by abundant iconography, with photos and videos by the authors, which are intended to illustrate, in a very practical, rigorous and useful way, advanced knowledge in neuroeducation and physical education for physical therapists.
A highly effective Professional Master’s Degree that will provide you with the necessary tools to apply the neuroscience approach in Physical Education"
This Professional Master’s Degree in Neuroeducation and Physical Education in Sport contains the most complete and updated educational program on the market. The most important features include:
- Development of case studies presented by experts in Neuroeducation and Physical Education.
- Its graphic, schematic and eminently practical contents provide scientific and practical information on those disciplines that are essential for professional practice.
- Contains practical exercises where the self-evaluation process can be carried out to improve learning.
- Its special emphasis on innovative methodologies in Neuroeducation and Physical Education.
- All this will be complemented with theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, discussion forums on controversial issues and individual reflection work.
- Availability of content from any device, fixed or portable, with an Internet connection.
- Complementary content available in multimedia format.
The quality of a program designed to promote Physical Education with the reinforcement of Neuroeducation, giving it a place of relevance in the training of students”
It includes, in its teaching staff, professionals belonging to the field of Neuroeducation and Physical Education, who pour into this training the experience of their work, in addition to recognized specialists belonging to reference societies and prestigious universities.
Thanks to its multimedia content developed with the latest educational technology, it will allow the professional a situated and contextual learning, that is to say, a simulated environment that will provide an immersive learning programmed to train in real situations.
The design of this program is based on Problem-Based Learning, by means of which the educator must try to solve the different situations of professional practice that arise throughout the specialization. For this, the educator will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system, developed by recognized experts in the field of Neuroeducation and Physical Education with extensive teaching experience.
Incorporate the neuroscience approach to your work in the area of Physical Education, and bring to your objectives, the goal of cognitive and emotional development of this new form of educational intervention”
New advances and developments in neuroscience applied to teaching in the area of Physical Education, from an eminently practical approach”
The structure of the contents has been created so that the student is able to acquire all the necessary knowledge in the area of neurosciences. Through a complete syllabus, the different areas of interest that the professional will need to master in the exercise of his profession will be developed.
This Professional Master’s Degree in Neuroeducation and Physical Education in Sport contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market”
Module 1. Basis of Neurosciences
1.1. The Nervous System and Neurons.
1.1.2. The Nervous System and Neurons.
1.2. Basic Anatomy of Learning-Related Structures.
1.2.1. Structures Related to Learning.
1.2.2. Basic Anatomy of Learning-Related Structures.
1.3. Psychological Processes Related to Learning.
1.3.1. Psychological Processes of Learning.
1.4. The Main Brain Structures Related to Motor Skills.
1.4.1. Motricity and Main Brain Structures.
1.5. The Plastic Brain and Neuroplasticity.
1.5.1. What is Brain Plasticity?
1.6.1. Definition of Epigenetics.
1.7. Effects of the Environment on Brain Development.
1.7.1. Environment and Brain Development.
1.8. Changes in the Infant's Brain.
1.8.1. Infant Brain.
1.9. Evolution of the Adolescent Brain.
1.9.1. Adolescent Brain.
1.10. Adult Brain.
Module 2. Neuroeducation
2.1. Introduction to Neuroeducation.
2.1.1. Definition and Development.
2.2. Main Neuromyths.
2.2.1. Neuromyths in Neuroeducation.
2.3. The Attention.
2.3.1. Concept and Development.
2.4. The Emotion.
2.4.1. Concept and Development.
2.5. The Motivation.
2.5.1. Concept and Development.
2.6. The Learning Process.
2.6.1. Concept and Development.
2.7. The Memory.
2.7.1. Concept and Development.
2.8. Stimulation and Early Interventions.
2.8.2. Early Intervention.
2.9. Importance of Creativity in Neuroeducation.
2.9.1. Creativity and Neuroeducation.
2.10. Methodologies that allow the Transformation of Education in Neuroeducation.
Module 3. The incidence of Emotions in Neuroeducational processes, from Motor Action
3.1. Concept of Emotion and Main Emotional Theories.
3.1.1. Main Emotional Theories.
3.2. Education of Emotions.
3.2.1. Emotional Education.
3.3. Emotional Intelligence.
3.4. The Role of Emotion in the Body and Motor Action.
3.4.1. Motor Action and Emotions.
3.5. Emotional Brain.
3.5.1. Fundamentals and Development.
3.6. Emotional Processing in Brain Structures.
3.6.1. Brain Structures of Emotion.
3.7. Amygdala and Emotional Processes.
3.7.1. Amygdala and Emotion.
3.8. Positive Emotions and the Brain's Reward System.
3.8.1. Brain and Positive Emotion.
3.9. Emotional Chemistry in Response to Motor Action.
3.9.1. Emotional Chemistry and Motor Action.
3.10. Emotional Health through Motor Action.
3.10.1. Emotional Health and Motor Action.
Module 4. The Social Brain in Motor Action, from a Neuroscientific Perspective
4.1. The Human Being: a Social Being.
4.2. Social Brain.
4.2.1. Definition and Development.
4.3. Mirror Neurons.
4.3.1. Structure and Operation.
4.4. The Complex Social Functions.
4.4.1. Complex Social Functions.
4.5. Integral Health from a Social Competence Perspective.
4.5.1. Health and Social Competence.
4.6. Role of Motor Action in the Development of Social Health.
4.6.1. Social Health and Motor Action.
4.7. Social Relationship in Personal Well-Being.
4.7.1. Social Relationship and Well-Being.
4.8. The Mental Health and Interpersonal Relationships.
4.8.1. Mental Health and Interpersonal Relationships.
4.9. Relevance of Cooperation from a Neuroeducational Perspective.
4.9.1. Cooperation and Neuroeducation.
4.10. Climate in Learning Environments.
4.10.1. Climate and Learning.
Module 5. Impact of Motor Action on Brain Learning Processes and on Health Development
5.1. Impact of Motor Action on Learning Processes.
5.1.1. Motor Action and Learning.
5.2. Motor Action and Neutrophilic Factors. Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF).
5.3. Motor Action, Neurotransmitters and Hormones.
5.3.1. Motor Action.
5.3.2. Neurotransmitters and Hormones.
5.4. The Importance of the Cerebellum in Coordination and Cognitive Processes.
5.5. Impact of Motor Action on Memory Processes.
5.5.1. Memory Processes and Motor Action.
5.6. The Prefrontal Cortex, Seat of the Brain's Executive Functions.
5.6.1. Executive Functions.
5.7. Impact of Motor Action with Executive Processes: Decision-Making.
5.8. Impact of Motor Action with Executive Processes: Pause and Reflection Response.
5.8.1. Pause and Reflection Response.
5.9. Motor Action and Predisposition to Learning.
5.9.1. Motor Action and Learning.
5.10. Impact of Motor Action on Neuroprotective Processes.
Module 6. Physical Neuroeducation and Learning
6.1. Body-Brain Language and Embodied Cognition.
6.1.1. Embodied Cognition.
6.2. The Mental Health and Exercise.
6.2.1. Mental Health and Exercise.
6.3. Development of Cognitive Functions through Physical Exercise.
6.3.1. Cognitive Functions and Physical Exercise.
6.4. Executive Attention and Exercise.
6.5. Working Memory in Motor Action.
6.5.1. Working Memory.
6.6. Improvement of Cognitive Performance derived from Motor Action.
6.7. Academic Results and their Relationship to Physical Practice.
6.8. Positive Influence of Motor Skills on Students with Learning Difficulties.
6.9. Pleasure, a Fundamental Element in Physical Neuroeducation.
6.10. General Recommendations for the Implementation of Didactic Proposals.
Module 7. Motor Practices that have an impact on Brain Development
7.1. Body Wisdom.
7.2. Aerobic Exercise.
7.3. Anaerobic Exercise.
7.5. Muscular Strength.
7.6. Coordination Activities.
7.7. Relaxation and Meditation Activities.
7.8. Expressive and Artistic Activities and Brain Development from a Social-Emotional Perspective
7.9. Natural Environment Activities and Brain Development.
7.10. Global Proposals for Physical Neuroeducation.
Module 8. Invisible Training in Brain Development
8.1. Invisible Training Concept.
8.2. Role of Main Myokines in Relation to Exercise and Health.
8.4. Relevance of Sleep in Learning.
8.5. Active Breaks.
8.6. Prevention of Harmful Habits.
8.7. Body Posture from a Neuroscientific Perspective.
8.8. Disease Prevention and Improvement of the Quality of Life in terms of Cardiovascular Risk Diseases (Obesity, Diabetes or Metabolic Syndrome).
8.9. Prevention of Diseases and Improvement of the Quality of Life, derived from the Physical Practice at a Mental Level (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, etc.).
8.10. Prevention and Amelioration of Carcinogenic Processes due to Motor Action.
Module 9. Pedagogical Models and Evaluation in Physical Neuroeducation.
9.1. Conceptual Approach of the Terms Related to Methodology in Physical Education
9.2. Assessment of the Teaching-Learning Process in Physical Neuroeducation.
9.3. Assessment of Student Learning with a focus on Physical Neuroeducation.
9.4. Cooperative Learning.
9.5. Sports Education Model (SEM).
9.6. Personal and Social Responsibility Model.
9.7. Comprehensive Sport Initiation Model (TGfU).
9.8. Ludotechnical Model.
9.9. Adventure Education Model.
9.10. Other Models.
Module 10. Methodologies, Methods, Tools and Didactic Strategies favoring Physical Neuroeducation.
10.1. Flipped Classroom or Inverted Classroom.
10.2. Problem-Based and Challenge-Based Learning.
10.3. Project-Based Learning.
10.4. Case Method and Service Learning.
10.5. Learning Environments.
10.6. Motor Creativity or Corporal Synectics.
10.7. Game-Based Learning.
10.8. Ludification or Gamification.
10.9. Other Methods, Tools and Didactic Strategies favoring Physical Neuroeducation.
10.10. Methodological Guidelines and Recommendations for the Design of Programs, Units and Sessions Based on Physical Neuroeducation.
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