Interdisciplinary professional who incorporates neurobiological and cognitive knowledge into learning.

The Neuroeducator is a trained person with an interdisciplinary perspective capable of
acting as a bridge between medicine, psychology, education, and social sciences.

It starts from the basic neurobiological and cognitive concepts that underlie knowledge,
such as emotion, curiosity, and attention, to move on to more specific ones, such as
learning and memory.

Mtr. Carlos Caripe

He is a Neuroeducator, Business Administrator, Criminologist, Diplomat and Futurist. It focuses on the Knowledge Economy and the understanding of brain processes related to learning, applying this knowledge in education. Its “Neuroeducation Model” is based on the theory of brain synaptianchors and stands out as an advanced tool for learning methods,
knowledge dissemination, and vocational guidance.

It proposes teaching technosciences through practice using technological tools. For example, by disassembling artifacts to understand how they are built and how various sciences converge in their operation. This methodology, known as reverse engineering or
Retroengineering, encourages critical thinking by analyzing how objects work, why they
are designed that way, and how they could be improved.

Its firsthand approach involves students interacting with real objects and systems by taking them apart, providing them with practical knowledge of scientific principles. It integrates disciplines such as physics, chemistry, engineering, and biology, allowing students to understand holistically how these concepts relate to technological creations. It proposes involving young people in science and technology for their benefit and to have a more literate society. Highlights the importance of providing access to diverse sciences during adolescence when making educational and career decisions.

Its proposal focuses on the early link between science teaching and disruptive technologies, from educational neuroscience to training professionals to be more adaptable to scientific, technological, social, and economic changes.

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