Mind, brain and education educators are concerned with neuroscience, cognition, and educational methods. This specialty focus on those areas where biology, cognitive development and teaching all overlap. It is a growing specialty in the field of education and public policy as more and more research is conducting regarding how we learn and what pedagogies are most effective.
Teachers interested in teaching for the Mind, Brain, and Education should consider a Masters in Education degree, and possibly a Doctor of Education degree. There are not very many universities that specifically offer a Masters in Mind, Brain, and Education (there are only 2 in our database). Thus, some teachers that pursue the Mind, Brain, and Education path of teaching earn a Masters in Education in Educational Theory, a Masters in Science Education, or even a Masters in Psychology.