Teaching with the Brain in Mind fills this gap with the latest practical, easy-to-understand research on learning and the brain. Consider important questions such as
- Biologically, can you truly expect to get and hold students’ attention for long periods of time? – How has research on rewards been misinterpreted? – Do students actually “forget” what we teach them, or do we ask them to recall information in the wrong way? – What are the surprising benefits for learning across the board when students participate in some sort of physical education or movement?