Human brain & human learning
Orchestrating learning that is bodybrain-compatible must be the foundation for what goes on in the classroom. Hart brilliantly explains the biology of learning related to classroom practice and allows the reader to "see" what is necessary for real reform efforts to succeed. The reader comes to appreciate how the brain makes meaning through pattern recognition, prepares to act through mental programs, and responds to emotion.
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The Need for a New Foundation
Manns Factory to Behaviorism
Seeing with New Understanding
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