Become a better teacher in 10-15 minutes a day—anytime, anywhere.
Infuse your classroom practice with the latest research-informed strategies for helping students learn and achieve their highest potential.
Neuroteach Global Course Features
Transform your teaching with an innovative, flexible approach to understanding how your students’ brains learn, work, and thrive. Every micro-course includes:
Interactive Narrative-Driven LearningUse research-informed Mind, Brain, and Education (MBE) Science of Learning strategies to transform the fictional classrooms and students of Dewey High—right from your phone.
Apply the strategies you’ve learned in each interactive adventure with your own students. Real coaches review your submissions and provide feedback within 72 hours.
Cutting-Edge Research & Field Guides
Neuroteach Global is informed by the expertise and experience of the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning at St. Andrew’s led by the co-authors of Neuroteach. Their research base is embedded into each micro-learning experience, and can be reviewed in a Field Guide that accompanies each micro-course.
User Feedback, Insight, and Mentorship,
In Real Time from Real TeachersEach virtual experience produces immediate feedback as users answer questions related to student experiences at Dewey High School. Additionally, each micro-course includes two real-world classroom missions; users receive feedback on these missions from master teachers within 72 hours of submission.
Distance Teaching and Learning Resources
Our Distance Learning Track is designed to support your professional learning no matter what school looks like in the fall, whether your school or district returns or campus, continues distance learning, or adopts a hybrid model. These micro-courses offer eight hours of professional learning that can help a teacher, school, or district consider how the best research in belonging, memory, metacognition, motivation, mindset, feedback, and social and emotional learning can inform how you challenge and support students.