Paul Howard-Jones is Professor of Neuroscience and Education at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, where he leads the MSc (Education) pathway in Neuroscience and Education. Recent experimental research has focused on games-based learning. Prior to his research career, he was a secondary school teacher, then a trainer of teachers and inspector of schools. He was a member of the UK’s Royal Society 2011 working group on Neuroscience and Education and authored one of the first text books in this area (“Introducing Neuroeducational Research” – available in Korean). His new book “Evolution of the Learning Brain” was published in 2018 by Routledge. He is currently seconded to the International Bureau of Education (UNESCO), supporting their international work in incorporating cognitive neuroscience into initial teacher education.