The greatest joy for me from working with educational neuroscience - for most of this century - is the feedback from parents and students about their improvements. In some cases, how lives have been changed for the better (see below).
I've also watched how educational neuroscience has evolved as a specialised subject from what was originally known just as neuroscience. It has been interesting how the public's awareness of neuroscience has gone from almost unaware to the situation we have now where the neuroscience label is being put on all sorts of things that, unfortunately, are not even remotely neuroscience based.
However, it is encouraging to see how educators and learners around the world have increasingly used research validated educational neuroscience technologies such as:
*Fast ForWord - “glasses for the ears” improves learning capacity and English language skills
* Cogmed - educators love this fast fix for working memory issues