Teach with EMOTIV’s research-grade EEG headsets & neuroscience applications
EMOTIV has combined our research-grade EEG headsets and neuroscience applications into affordable educational packages. Making it simpler and more accessible for you to teach your students about the human brain and human behavior. Learn with the same hardware being cited in over hundreds of academic articles yearly.
Engage your students with their brain activity
EmotivPRO enables you to teach your students about the brain by showing them their real-time brain activity.
- Build neuroscience experiments with your students.
- Show them how to acquire and analyze their own EEG data.
- Give them meaningful insights into their brain activity and human behavior.
Amaze your students with Brain Computer Interface
Create memorable neuroscience experiences with EmotivBCI. Teach your students how to control objects with their minds using an EMOTIV EEG headset and EmotivBCI.
Discover how other schools are using EMOTIV
Read use cases from high school, colleges and university institutions from around the world using EEG to teach in laboratories and classrooms.
“This laboratory is designed to give students hands-on research experience, consolidate their understanding of key neuroscience concepts, and provide a unique real-time window into the working brain. Survey results demonstrate that students found the lab sessions engaging. Students also reported the labs enhanced their knowledge about EEG, their course material, and neuroscience research in general.”
de Wit et al. (2017) in “Neurogaming Technology Meets Neuroscience Education: A Cost-Effective, Scalable, and Highly Portable Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory for Neuroscience”
“Students were encouraged to design and run their own EEG research projects through a school society. They were then asked to reflect on using such technology in schools and their views on the usefulness of neuroscience for students and teachers. The results show that students as young as 12 years old can successfully learn how to set up and carry out small-scale research projects.”
White-Foy, Jack (n.d.) in “Neuroscience for Students: A project to introduce EEG and brain-computer-interface technology to secondary school children”
“With events like this, we’re popularizing the use of BCI instead of it being stuck in the research lab.”
De Jesus, Cecile (2016) in “University of Florida Holds First Drone Race Using Mind Control”
“In recent years, however, portable and wearable brain devices have become more readily available for classroom-based research.”
Davidesco et al. (2021) in “Neuroscience Research in the Classroom: Portable Brain Technologies in Educational Research”
EMOTIV Starter & Standard Education Packages serve every size classroom.
Find the right package for your program.