12 brain/mind learning principles in action: developing executive functions of the human brain
Corwin Press, Jul 23, 2008 - Education - 285 pages
With updated research, revised sections on leadership, and new anecdotes, this second edition helps teachers and students reach higher performance levels based on how the brain learns.
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The First Foundational Element Relaxed Alertness
Complex Learning Is Enhanced by Challenge
The BrainMind Is Social
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