Resources on Learning and the Brain - Edutopia
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The results of brain science the last few decades has been a game changer in learning. Before we can help students, we need to get knowledgeable ourselves about how humans learn. This site provides instructors with a strong background in neuroscience and learning, with topics such as memory motivation, emotions and active learning, as a foundation to teaching college.
A massive curation on topics about related to how brain science explains learning and can be applied to the K-12 classroom, adaptable to college classrooms. The "Research on How the Brain Works" provides overview of brain science on learning.
A short seven-question quiz to get you think about how learning works followed results to explain the answers to the quiz. Can also be used to get students to think about how they learn.
This article discusses the role of neural flexibility to learning. A scientific view suggests how setting the right conditions for learning in key individual and classroom learning.
A short article that explains learning of math as it explains how to structure a lesson to prime, activate, and motivate memories and practice for deep learning. Adaptable to college-level classes.