Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE) vs. Educational Neuroscience
Updated: Dec 22, 2022
Cognitive Neuroeducation (CNE) is a learning-based modality focusing on exercising the human social brain to effect optimum levels of cognition and learning realization in reaching positive, balanced, self-actualizing behavioral outcomes in both educational and mental health settings. Although CNE shares some basic principles and objectives with the field of educational neuroscience, there are a number of significant differences. This paper presents a summary of the background and outcomes of CNE and educational neuroscience, highlighting the similarities and differences between the two paradigms in both research and application.