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Impact of Brain Research upon School Mathematics for the 21st Century

Allan Leslie White
2016 Southeast Asian Mathematics Education Journal  
It will end with a reflection on the importance of the end of a mathematicsclassroom lesson.  ...  This technology is giving the first glimpses of the vastness of our inner brain space and brain research is being used to treat autism spectrum disorders, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and other  ...  Brain research has impacted upon medicine and is being used to treat autism spectrum disorders, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and other brain related conditions.  ... 
doi:10.46517/seamej.v6i1.40 fatcat:dqrggsadn5glveuno5g4w5xsrm

"Wormholes" in the Common Core: Spatial Reasoning, Literacy, and Mathematics Education

Philip J Gersmehl
2018 Anekumene  
a high-school lesson about strategies to combat malaria and other tropical diseases in a time of global climate change.  ...  The last decades of the 20th century witnessed a revolution in brain research.  ...  of what we now know about how the human brain perceives visual images.  ... 
doi:10.17227/anekumene.2011.num2.7193 fatcat:h3ocld43abablej7fvlty35cmi

A Course-Based Research Experience Using the Allen Brain Map: From Research Question to Poster Session

Jim Ryan, Kaitlyn Casimo
2021 Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education  
One approach to mitigating this constraint in a CURE is to use massive open datasets such as those from the Allen Brain Map, produced by the Allen Institute for Brain Science.  ...  This article includes an adaptable CURE assignment, tutorials introducing students to selected datasets from the Allen Brain Map, and a summary of student outcomes.  ...  The learning objectives of the Allen Brain Map exercises were: 1) To understand the structure and function of mouse and human brains. 2) To learn about connections between important neural pathways in  ... 
pmid:34552441 pmcid:PMC8437365 fatcat:vioj6qij7vblhkpekbsy5zmjjq

Development of a Neuroscience Motifs-based Teacher Training Program for Pre-Service Teachers in Special Education in Israel

Efrat Luzzatto, Alina S. Rusu
2020 Educatia 21  
However, there is a gap between the declarative statements about the importance of implementation of neuroscience in education and the small number of suggested programs which actually present an implementation  ...  In the last two decades, there is an increasing interest in the connection between neuroscience and education.  ...  She teaches courses in animal psychology, psychobiology of human sexuality, and positive psychology applied to inclusive institutions.  ... 
doi:10.24193/ed21.2020.19.23 fatcat:hauwk6wi5feafem6wpjthky67m

The music of trees: the intergenerative tie between primary care and public health

Peter Whitehouse
2016 London Journal of Primary Care  
A human being, namely the author, lectures, acts or dances as a tree and offers lessons to Homo Sapiens about 'holistic' ideas of health.  ...  The character teaches us to not only see the value of our relationships to trees, but the importance of seeing forests as well the individual trees.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to the Spitz family (through university Hospitals of Cleveland) and the Shigeo and Megumi Takayama foundation  ... 
doi:10.1080/17571472.2016.1152100 pmid:28250826 pmcid:PMC5330344 fatcat:ik3l2gp4xbghvl63o2ybaixxii

Infusing Neuroscience Into Teacher Professional Development

Janet M. Dubinsky, Gillian Roehrig, Sashank Varma
2013 Educational Researcher  
and ultimately to affect how students think about their own learning.  ...  We argue for a parallel route: the neurobiology of learning, and in particular the core concept of plasticity, have the potential to directly transform teacher preparation and professional development,  ...  Despite uncertainty about how, exactly, neuroscience can influence educational practices, the benefit of understanding how people acquire and process information has been deemed important enough to be  ... 
doi:10.3102/0013189x13499403 pmid:26139861 pmcid:PMC4485447 fatcat:amvelyudkzbk3hkp7ebko3rire

Teaching Nutrition to the Left and Right Brain: An Overview of Learning Styles

Julie A. Churchill
2008 Journal of Veterinary Medical Education  
Examples of exercises are presented to portray a balanced or whole-brain approach to teaching clinical nutrition.  ...  A whole-brain approach (HBDI) was used in the development and implementation of the small-animal clinical nutrition course at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.  ...  the more common small-animal diseases.  ... 
doi:10.3138/jvme.35.2.275 pmid:18723815 fatcat:jy63thjndvhxziitm2rejdtpia

How to map the circuits that define us

Kerri Smith
2017 Nature  
of the brain creates behaviour.  ...  That is nothing compared with the 86 billion in a human brain, which is one of the reasons Zlatic and © 2 0 1 7 M a c m i l l a n P u b l i s h e r s L i m i t e d , p a r t o f S p r i n g e r N a t u  ...  Marder has spent 25 years teaching students about brain networks, including those drawn up by specialists in Parkinson's disease.  ... 
doi:10.1038/548150a pmid:28796220 fatcat:focf4qz5xrh35putx2czkoqvdu

Mind mapping: an effective multisensory, learning and teaching strategy, underutilised in medical education in Sudan [chapter]

Nahlaa A Khalifa, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
2015 Reconnecting Universities with the Discourse of Sustainable Inclusive Growth  
Purpose: Present evidence of the Mind Mapping (MM) value, for better teaching, learning and researching. Improve understanding about the effectiveness of using MM in medical education in Sudan.  ...  According to Tony Buzan, the inventor of mind mapping, MM is defined as a influential graphic method which offers a universal key to unchain the potential of the brain.  ...  There has been important research related to the benefits that MM could convey to the education system and its importance as vital tool in teaching and learning.  ... 
doi:10.47556/b.diaspora2015.5 fatcat:wt65m55f75bh7jvhug7s47ayue

International perspectives on engaging the public in neuroethics

Judy Illes, Colin Blakemore, Mats G. Hansson, Takao K. Hensch, Alan Leshner, Gladys Maestre, Pierre Magistretti, Rémi Quirion, Piergiorgio Strata
2005 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
With an ever-increasing understanding of the brain mechanisms associated with core human attributes and values, there is an increasing public interest in the results of neuroscience research and the ways  ...  Here, we present perspectives on engaging the public on these issues on an international scale, the role of the media, and prospects for the new field of neuroethics as both a focus and a driver of these  ...  Acknowledgements The generous support of The Greenwall Foundation in underwriting the first neuroethics program at Stanford University is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn1808 pmid:16340957 pmcid:PMC1794674 fatcat:mdrhjveu5zhbzgbofzxtw5trju

Mind Mapping: an active visual, non-linear tool for augmenting student-learning strategy, underutilized in Sudanese Medical education

Nahlaa A. Khalifa, Department Clinical Nutrition, Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences, King Abdulaziz University, P.O. Box 54539, Jeddah 21524, Saudi Arabia
2016 International journal of Sudan research  
ABSTRACT Purpose: Present evidence of the Mind Mapping (MM) value, for better teaching, learning and researching.  ...  the manufacturing and production of technology products as important sources of wealth generation. the chapter will therefore provides a strong case for diversifying the uAE economy and implementing the  ...  There has been important research related to the benefits that MM could convey to the education system and its importance as vital tool in teaching and learning.  ... 
doi:10.47556/j.ijsr.6.1.2016.4 fatcat:xqnkqus5bbfo3npki5dstwr7qa

NER 2019 Program

2019 2019 9th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER)  
Shenoy directs the Stanford Neural Prosthetic Systems Lab (basic neuroscience and engineering) and co-directs the Stanford Neural Prosthetics Translational Laboratory (clinical trials), which aim to help  ...  However, common methods of neuroimaging are optimized to provide data at the group level and so provide little detailed information about functional maps in individuals.  ...  Patients and Human Subjects 1. Respect human dignity and privacy of patients and human subjects. Information 2.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ner.2019.8716906 fatcat:uzfwp5ol7je3jnbejfdnzb75z4

Spatial Thinking by Young Children: Neurologic Evidence for Early Development and "Educability"

Philip J. Gersmehl, Carol A. Gersmehl
2007 Journal of geography (Houston)  
an important, perhaps even essential, part of the scaffold for later learning.  ...  The human brain appears to have several "regions" that are structured to do different kinds of spatial thinking, according to a large and rapidly growing body of research in a number of disciplines.  ...  How does the human brain store locational information?  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221340701809108 fatcat:7xdm2zhgnzcevontn55lhkpble

Word Association Test for Studying Conceptual Structures of Teachers and Students

Z. Kostova, B. Radoynovska
2008 Bulgarian Journal of Science and Education Policy  
The data is used to make inferences about the word association test combined with concept map construction as an assessment technique and to make some recommendations for teaching and for improvements  ...  The stimulus word 'living cell' was quantitatively assessed in order to find out the balance between the associations with its components and to make inferences about curricula and textbooks.  ...  Teachers, who responded at once, had recently been teaching the lessons on cell structure and functions.  ... 
doaj:7c968517f3674a5e9217e0901d4fc943 fatcat:pks3xc7qknfrjmgmxch4oi76ya

Language Learning and Its Impact on the Brain: Connecting Language Learning with the Mind Through Content-Based Instruction

Teresa J. Kennedy
2006 Foreign language annals  
However, the important point is actively using this new information to improve both student learning and current teaching practices.  ...  and the parts of the brain dedicated to language; the Brain Plasticity Theory and Language Mapping; memory and the Information Processing Model; and of course, developing and utilizing a braincompatible  ...  (Presidential Proclamation 6158, 1990) Brain Structures and the Corpus Callosum What is known about how the brain receives and processes information is quite complex.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1944-9720.2006.tb02900.x fatcat:xu4fxmmyjvghrgog6ee44ckmt4
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