Brain-based Learning & Teaching

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Turning Point, 1995 - Education - 388 pages
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Formerly a publication of The Brain StoreIn this best-selling book, Eric Jensen leads you through brain research on how the brain processes and accesses information.Jensen translates those findings into practical methods and theoriesto infuse your teaching and training with energy and a renewed sense of purpose. Each fascinating topic features a "What This Means to You" section to ensure your understanding, as well as "Reflection Questions" to help make the information relevant to you. Complete with diagrams and charts, Brain-Based Learning is packed with solid information to give you a good foundation for mastering brain research-based teaching techniques that can dramatically improve student performance and success.

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Eric Jensen is an internationally recognized educator known for his translation of neuroscience into practical classroom applications. A former teacher, he is the author of over twenty books, including the widely acclaimed Teaching with the Brain in Mind. He is a longtime member of the Society for Neuroscience and the New York Academy of Sciences. Jensen is currently a staff developer and is completing his Ph.D. in psychology.

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