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SOUSA, Anne Madeliny Oliveira Pereira de  and  ALVES, Ricardo Rilton Nogueira. The formation of educators in neuroscience and their contribution in learning process. Rev. psicopedag. [online]. 2017, vol.34, n.105, pp. 320-331. ISSN 0103-8486.

The article is presented as a way to investigate how learning processes in the brain, given the need for teaching methods that create conditions for the student to advance in their learning process. This research aimed to deepen theoretical and practical knowledge of neuroscience in relation to mental processes in the formation of the subject. Seeking to explore their understanding so that it can provide teachers with training, this will enable a qualitative way to enter their students in literacy. Since this culture does not happen spontaneously, requiring mediation with pedagogical intentions of the teacher, providing constant and meaningful interaction of learners with different media and practices of oral reading and writing. Therefore, this study developed a scientific literature review of articles published between January 2004 and January 2014, in the database Bireme (Virtual Health Library), as well as books for the conceptual and theoretical framework structuring the article. The study period was uneventful December 2013 to February 2014. Accordingly, the research analyzes the interference of neuroscience knowledge in teacher training in the educational system of basic education. Article brought to understand that the study of the educators is necessary because neuroscience considers knowledge of brain functions as key to stimulating a healthy cognitive development.

Keywords : Neuroscience; Neuropsychology; Association; Faculty; Education; Continuing; Teacher Training; Adaptation; Psychological.

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