Teaching and the adolescent brain
Source:Norton books in education, W.W. Norton & Co., Volume 1st, New York, p.377 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB1060 .S353 2011
Keywords:brain, learning, Learning--Physiological aspects, Psychology of, Teenagers--Education
Contents: An introduction to neuroeducation -- Foundations for learning: from neurons to maintenance and communication -- In the beginning: from pattern detection to attention systems -- Emotional processing -- The multiple roles of motivation -- Intelligence: different ways of being smart -- Working memory and the beginning of memory formation -- Long-term memory -- Review, studying, and assessment -- The future of neuroeducation: opportunities and considerations.