Key Success Factors

This entry is part 2 of 17 in the series Best Practices in Brain Training

Learning tasks that can effectively stimulate the brain and promote neuroplasticity and neurogenesis must meet one or more of the following conditions:

  • The performance task should involve one or more senses in a novel context;
  • To jump-start the brain, the performance task must be meaningful, unusual, fun, surprising and should emotionally engage learners; and
  • The performance task should structure a routine activity in a novel and unexpected way (Katz & Rubin, 1999, p. 34)
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