learning retention

5 ways teachers can improve student learning based on current brain research


How students can better overcome language and reading problems thanks to the plastic brain and teacher know-how.

The brain is an experience-dependent organ. From our very earliest days, the brain begins to map itself to our world as we experience it through our senses. The mapping is vague and fuzzy at first, like a blurred photograph or an un-tuned piano. However, the more we interact with the world, the more well-defined our brain maps become until they are fine-tuned and differentiated. But each person’s map will vary,
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