From egg cartons to brain-based learning

December 2013
Leadership in Focus;Summer2013, Issue 32, p2
The article discusses the various aspects of brain-based concept of education. An overview about the efforts to scrap the old model of education and to make a new one is provided. The three kinds of learning experiences needed for adult life is offered. Also suggested is that being brain compatible will foster the natural drive to learn in the future school.


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