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Understanding how the brain learns helps teachers do their jobs more effectively. Primary researchers share the latest findings on the learning process and address their implications for educational theory and practice. Explore applications, examples, and suggestions for further thought and research; numerous charts and diagrams; strategies for all subject areas; and new w Understanding how the brain learns helps teachers do their jobs more effectively. Primary researchers share the latest findings on the learning process and address their implications for educational theory and practice. Explore applications, examples, and suggestions for further thought and research; numerous charts and diagrams; strategies for all subject areas; and new ways of thinking about intelligence, academic ability, and learning disability.


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Understanding how the brain learns helps teachers do their jobs more effectively. Primary researchers share the latest findings on the learning process and address their implications for educational theory and practice. Explore applications, examples, and suggestions for further thought and research; numerous charts and diagrams; strategies for all subject areas; and new w Understanding how the brain learns helps teachers do their jobs more effectively. Primary researchers share the latest findings on the learning process and address their implications for educational theory and practice. Explore applications, examples, and suggestions for further thought and research; numerous charts and diagrams; strategies for all subject areas; and new ways of thinking about intelligence, academic ability, and learning disability.

30 review for Mind, Brain, & Education: Neuroscience Implications for the Classroom

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jen Lilienstein

    I particularly enjoyed the Judy Willis pieces in the book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin Bennett

    This book is a compilation of 12 chapters about the emerging educational neuroscience field. Some chapters were very eye-opening, such as the ones about reading and math. Each provide excellent citations and overviews of what is known about the topics. However, the creativity and arts chapters struggle a bit. Also, this book was edited in 2010, and is probably becoming less relevant as time passes. I have to hope that there has been more published research in this field.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Sorensen

    Overall I enjoyed this book. There were a number of different specialists who contributed to this book and each chapter's author had a short "about" section dedicated to them so that the readers could have an increased perspective of the background for each author. Each chapter also had a bibliography and the end of the book had a glossary and index, all of which are useful additions for any non-fiction work. Overall I enjoyed this book. There were a number of different specialists who contributed to this book and each chapter's author had a short "about" section dedicated to them so that the readers could have an increased perspective of the background for each author. Each chapter also had a bibliography and the end of the book had a glossary and index, all of which are useful additions for any non-fiction work.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tracey Calo

    The chapter on the mathematical brain is informative and intriguing. Sharing a copy with the math teachers. Great food for thought.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michael Brennan

    This is so far the best book I've read on educational neuroscience. I wish, as Fischer and Heikkinen concluded, that teachers would have more research tools available to be more active participants in the academic process. This is so far the best book I've read on educational neuroscience. I wish, as Fischer and Heikkinen concluded, that teachers would have more research tools available to be more active participants in the academic process.

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