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The High Cost of Neuromyths in Education | Edutopia

Debunking brain/learning myths: Instead of believing in the right/left brain, learning styles, and that we use only ten percent of our brains, we should focus on neuroscience research.

This article was written by Craig Blewett For years, schools and education experts have debated whether technology belongs in the classroom. Now the discussion has shifted and even schools that had thus far resisted the educational tech revolution are being swept into what’s become a multi-billion-dollar market. The question now isn’t whether technology has a place in schools, but which devices would work best: laptops, tablets, smartphones or something else entirely? However, maybe it’s…

Schools must get the basics right before splashing out on technology - EconoTimes

Psychologie cognitive et Neurosciences: Mayer (2009). théorie de l'apprentissage multimédia - les douzes principes

Psychologie cognitive et Neurosciences: Mayer (2009). théorie de l'apprentissage multimédia - les douzes principes

CLARITY, une nouvelle méthode qui permet de rendre un cerveau complètement transparent ! |...

See-through brain - This is absolutely remarkable. “Scientists have come up with a way to make whole brains transparent, so they can be labelled with molecular markers and imaged using a light microscope. The technique, called CLARITY, enabled its creat

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“The exhumed skull of Phineas Gage, who was impaled in the head with an tamping iron, 1870

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Graphic showing the development of the human brain for the first 21 years of life. As we grow, our brain grows and matures, but does not become fully mature until age Our brains develop most rapidly in the first few years of life.