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9 Signs That Neuroscience Has Entered The Classroom

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While neuroscience hasn’t yet radically changed the way we think about teaching and learning, it is helping to shape educational policies and influencing new ways of implementing technology, improving special education, and streamlining day-to-day interactions between teachers and students. While there is still a long way to go before we truly understand the science of learning and how to use those findings in the real world classroom, it’s important to highlight some of the key ways that neuroscience is changing the classroom of today for the better.


Via Nancy O'Sullivan, Stewart-Marshall, OFFICIAL ANDREASCY
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The Neurology of Gaming

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Are you using games to teach?

 

Here's an infographic about the impact - both positive and negative - that videos games have on the brain.


Via Katherine Stevens, Faiz A.H, Peter Mellow
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Tamra Dollar's curator insight, July 20, 2013 7:21 PM

Gamed based learning is a powerful tool for teaching! As a data nerd, I have seen first hand the achievement scores of students who game vs. don't game. This is not a scientific study, but is based on seeing scores skyrocket from students who are accused of "doing nothing" in school and yet are avid gamers. Hmmm.