Designing Brain-Compatible Learningby Terence Parry, Gayle Gregory, Patricia Wolfe
The reason for all the excitement is simple: Terence Parry and Gayle Gregory have translated mounds of research into a teacher-friendly,/i>
'There's a strong possibility that this will become one of the most used books on the educator's bookshelf, and that's all to the good because ultimately it will be the students who benefit.' Pat Wolfe
The reason for all the excitement is simple: Terence Parry and Gayle Gregory have translated mounds of research into a teacher-friendly, practical guide to brain-compatible instruction. They've taken what is known about how the brain learns, combined it with the best of what is known about teaching, and generated the ultimate brain-compatible teaching kit.
This valuable tool covers it allcognitive research, pedagogical theory, theories of intelligence, cooperative group learning, collaborative skills, thinking skills, graphic organizers, and assessments. All of which is broken down into an easy-to-digest format that explains what the key concepts are, why they are important, how they are relevant, and how they can be used. Parry and Gregory also provide blackline masters for immediate use and a full list of related, helpful books. It truly is the most thorough guide to brain-compatible learning on the market today.
- Corwin Press
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- New Edition
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