NeuroTeaching. To bring educational neuroscience into the classroom

How neuroscientific research can help educational sciences and education and understand cognitive pro-cesses is the challenge of those involved in educational neuroscience.  Neuroscience seems to be an invisible matrix of other sciences and practices, and it is easy to be tempted to fall into a neurocentric logic to understand aspects with evidence considered more authoritative than others. The NeuroTeaching approach aims to present current scientific debates and the prospective impact of the field of educational neuroscience with the science of teaching.  The present paper aims to explore teaching methods through a framework based on recent neuroscientific findings in real contexts, such as a school classroom. The evidence gathered can also foster new processes of understanding learning.