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The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery Implications for Science and Mathematics Instruction (Science & Technology Education Library) by A.E. Lawson

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mathematics and Science,
  • Neurology & clinical neurophysiology,
  • Teaching of a specific subject,
  • Physiological aspects,
  • Learning, Psychology of,
  • Psychology,
  • Medical,
  • Cognitive Psychology,
  • Education,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Science & Technology,
  • Business & Economics-Education,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Science & Technology,
  • Education-Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Cognitive Psychology,
  • Learning,
  • Neuroscience

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8370494M
ISBN 101402011806
ISBN 109781402011801

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The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery Implications for Science and Mathematics Instruction. Authors The Neurological Basis of Self-Regulation. Pages As you will see in this book, my answer to the question of how people learn is that we all learn by spontaneously generating and testing ideas. Book Title The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery Book Subtitle Implications for Science and Mathematics Instruction Authors. Anton E. Lawson; Series Title Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education Series Volume 18 Copyright Publisher Springer Netherlands Copyright Holder Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht eBook ISBN. The very process ofgenerating and testing ideas results not only in the construction of ideas that work (i. e., the learning of useful declarative knowledge), but also in improved skill in learning (i. e., the development of improved procedural knowledge).Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education: The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery (Paperback).   The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery: Implications for Science and Mathematics Instruction Volume 18 of Contemporary Trends and Issues in Science Education Volume 18 of.

The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery: Implications for Science and Mathematics Instruction. [Anton E Lawson] -- A goal of mine ever since becoming an educational researcher has been to help construct a sound theory to guide instructional practice. The Neuroscience of Learning and Development provides a panoramic of successes and limitations in both past and present models of learning and development but more importantly, it offers chapters that provide promising learning models for a better s: 5.   A Neuroscientist Uncovers A Dark Secret For nearly 20 years, neuroscientist Jim Fallon has studied the brains of psychopaths. After learning that his ancestry included alleged murderers, he. Development F or decades researchers have been aware of the ex-traordinary development of a child’s brain during the first five years of life. Recent advances in neuro-science have helped crystallize earlier findings, bringing new clarity and understanding to the field of early child-hood brain development. Children are born ready to learn.

The neurological basis of learning, development, and discovery: Implications for science and mathematics instruction. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary . The Neurological Basis of Learning, Development and Discovery is unique in that it *links neural physiology and neural network theory with cognition and instructional practice; *grounds the current emphasis on inquiry and constructivism in epistemological, philosophical and developmental theory; *links neural network theory, learning theory, conceptual change theory, and scientific discovery .   Emergent reading emphasizes the developmental continuum aspect of learning to read and advocates the importance of reading-related behaviors occurring before school. Brain imaging evidence has suggested high plasticity of young children’s brains, and emergent reading experience can shape the brain development supporting fluent reading. The brain imaging evidence elucidates our . Publisher Summary. This chapter discusses the neurological basis of learning. A nerve cell is stimulated by impulses arriving at synapses on the dendrites. Each impulse causes a local excitation, presumably involving partial depolarization of the dendritic membrane, which would be recorded as .