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Brain-based: Neuroscience, Cognitive Psych, etc.,
Making instruction more effective based on current and expanding knowledge of brain function.
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- Transformative Learning informed by cognitive neuroscience
- Mind-Brain-Education Research: An Overview
- When/How Neuroscience Applies to Education – commentary by Daniel Willingham, author of Why Don’t Students Like School: A Cognitive Scientist Answers Questions about How the Mind Works and What It Means for the Classroom
- Brain-based Education – a Doctoral Course at Univ of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
- Fact vs Fiction in Brain-based Education
- Neuroscience Insight into Why Multitasking is Bad for Learning
To view the hardcopy resources available in the CETTL Library on the brain-based view of transformative learning, click here.