Implementing Neuropedagogical Innovation in Schools: From Theory to Practice

Oksana Piddubna, Anatolii Maksymchuk, Daryna Lytvychenko, Olena Revutska, Mykola Moskalenko, Olha Sopina


In the article, the possibilities of using the neuropedagogical approach in the educational process for the child to achieve a high level of school knowledge and skills and personal development are considered. The features of the modern educational space and their readiness to introduce innovations are analyzed. The role of neuropedagogy and its elements in the practice of teaching and upbringing of children is determined. The fundamental ideas of modern neuropedagogy, its principles and objectives are formulated, and the need for their application is substantiated. It also substantiates the need for the introduction of neuropedagogical innovations and such a position as a neuroeducator. The main research methods in this article are historical, comparative methods of synthesis and analysis, as well as theoretical analysis of a scientific letter, thematic journals. Thanks to which a large number of sources have been worked out, the quality and level of research already conducted and the effectiveness of introducing the principles of neuropedagogy into the educational process have been assessed. As a result, the problem of school failure was highlighted, the shortcomings of traditional teaching methods were revealed, appropriate neuropedagogical innovations were proposed, and practical recommendations for teachers were provided. It is concluded that the introduction of the principles of neuropedagogy and neuropedagogical innovations will improve and modernize the educational system.



Neuropedagogy at school, neuropsychological approach, school education, principles of neuropedagogy, traditional teaching methods, cognitive functions.

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