In this webinar from Cambridge University Press, Herbert Puchta discusses some recent findings about the ‘brain’s own reward’ system, and how we can apply them in the young adult and adult classroom. He looks at various practical examples of how we can engage students, from giving them choices and helping them become aware of their learning progress, to making sure they get plenty of opportunity to experience ‘anticipated movement’.
Cambridge English Empower author Dr Herbert Puchta is a full time writer of course books and other ELT materials. He is also a professional teacher trainer and has been a plenary speaker at various international conferences and has given seminars and workshops in over 50 countries. For almost three decades, he has researched the practical application of cognitive psychology and brain research in EFL-teaching.