Educational reform in Austria? This has been on the agenda for years, but what should potential reforms look like? And what are they supposed to achieve?
These and other education policy questions, as well as the significance of emotional reactions in learning processes, were the focus of a discussion at the beginning of November. Professor Gerald Hüther, one of Germany’s best-known education experts, shared his insights.
Hüther is a bestselling author, neurobiologist and “bridge builder” between academic research and individual lifestyles.
“Lifelong learning is a problem for people, but not for the brain.”