Facts and Myths about the Brain: Can You Tell Them Apart?
How much do you know about the brain? Can you separate brain facts from brain fiction? Brain fiction, or neuromyths, can lead us to ineffective or even counterproductive strategies as
Brain Fact or Fiction: Neuromyths that Persist
Research indicates that most of what teachers are sure they know about the brain is simply wrong! This webinar will identify common myths about the brain, what the correct information is and why the difference is important.
What Neuroscience Does and Doesn’t Contribute to Teaching and Learning
It has become popular lately for neuroscience experts to disparage the efforts of educators to understand and apply brain research, as a recent article published by PBS does. Sometimes they even seem to wonder why we would be interested. Here's why.
Left-Brained or Right-Brained? You’re Asking the Wrong Question
Earlier this week, I came across a posting on a Linked-In Group I belong to that contained an explanation of the ways that our brains apportion the work we ask them
What Teachers Don’t Know About Neuroscience
A study of teachers found a significant absence of basic knowledge of neuroeducational pedagogy and an overabundance of neuromyths among the teachers surveyed.