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New brain research propelling advances in teaching

By Mike Walker

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 05, 2012

~~<p>Over the last decade, neuroscientists have learned more about how the brain works than at any other period in human history, as new technologies have enabled us literally to see the brain in action.</p>
<p>This new body of research has reshaped our understanding of how children learn, and how we might redesign both the school day and our learning environments.</p>
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Over the last decade, neuroscientists have learned more about how the brain works than at any other period in human history, as new technologies have enabled us literally to see the brain in action.

This new body of research has reshaped our understanding of how children learn, and how we might redesign both the school day and our learning environments. Login for more...



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