The Brain at School: Educational Neuroscience in the Classroom
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1 août 2009 - 243 pages
This friendly book is jargon-free and no prior scientific knowledge is assumed of the reader. It is thought-provoking reading for practising teachers across all age ranges, trainee teachers, parents, head teachers, educational policymakers, academics and educational psychologists.
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1 Why Educational Neuroscience?
2 Neuroimaging Technologies
3 Learning and Memory
4 Working Memory and Intelligence
5 Creativity and Imagination
6 Socializing Emotion and Motivation
7 Language and Literacy
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