There are, perhaps, too many publications opining on education, exposing and defending theoretical postulates as if they were proven and unique truths. Likewise, we can find many others that seek to obtain, mainly, an important economic contribution to their own pockets, refloating lost ideas masked with new terminologies or with "magic paradigms". This work claims not to belong to any of these groups, but to recover the path that takes centuries and millions of evidences in its favor, the path of science. Not through the scientistic dogma, but trying to show a way to achieve the development of scientific capabilities in teachers and students, starting from human nature, not trying to force it. This new look, based on the neurosciences (neurology, psychology and pedagogy) only supports and clarifies what the epistemology has been saying clearly, at least, since the scientific method was established.
The only possible way to develop scientific capabilities is by exercising them.