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Ruth Howard

Donald Clark Plan B - 5 views

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    The Extraordinary and the ordinary- the projected trajectories of current computer technologies and their application for sustained mind controlling outcomes. It's already here- we will be interacting with computers with our minds. Incredible applications for learning.
Fred Delventhal

| thinkery.me - 11 views

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    "thinkery helps you focus on the important things and lets you access tons of information in an instant. it is your extended brain on steroids."
Toni Olivieri-Barton

Charles Limb: Your brain on improv | Video on TED.com - 7 views

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    How can we as educators use improv to stimulate the brain?
Sandy Kendell

Brain Science and Cognitive Neuroscience for Children and Teachers - 10 views

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    Links to resources for neuoroscience research and its implications for education.
Megan Black

Coping Skills for Kids - 8 views

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    This site provides resources including checklists for students with conflict and/or coping issues that affect learning in the classroom. Brain Based.
Dean Mantz

Inside the Brain: An Interactive Tour - 23 views

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    Interactive tour of human brain via Tech & Learning.
Mireille Jansma

Daniel Willingham: Brain Based Education, Fad or Breakthrough? - 21 views

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    I really liked this discussion. Every educator being exposed to the latest "scientifically based learning strategy" should watch this first.
Michael Walker

Build Your Own Brain Gym: 100 Tools, Exercises, and Games | Healthcare Administration D... - 17 views

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    Great enrichment activities
Dean Mantz

Technology Changes Brains| The Committed Sardine - 8 views

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    From Ian Jukes website: video interview on CNN Dr. Gary Small discusses his book iBrain and how technology changes the brain.
Dave Truss

Brain Power - Studying Young Minds, and How to Teach Them - Series - NYTimes.com - 10 views

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    *Need a free NYT account. For much of the last century, educators and many scientists believed that children could not learn math at all before the age of five, that their brains simply were not ready. But recent research has turned that assumption on its head - that, and a host of other conventional wisdom about geometry, reading, language and self-control in class.
Dave Truss

Genes to Cognition Online - 3 views

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    The teacher guide for this great resource on the brain.
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