Mind, Brain, and Education : Implications for Educators

Mind, Brain, and Education : Implications for Educators
Autumn, 2011
Series Title
LEARNing Landscapes
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Number of pages: 266

Article titles:

  • Statement of purpose
  • Review board
  • Editorial
  • How new research on learning is re-writing how schools work and teachers teach
  • The need for a deeper exploration and conceptual understanding: The critical role of creativity and collaboration in real-world learning
  • Mind, brain, and education: The impact of educational neuroscience on the science of teaching
  • Brain, mind, and the organization of knowledge for effective recall and application
  • Your mind on music: Muffins, magic, Mozart, myth
  • The teenage brain and technology
  • Mind, brain, and education: The birth of a new science
  • Executive function in the classroom: Neurological implications for classroom intervention
  • We feel, therefore we learn: The relevance of affective and social neuroscience to education
  • Musings on the neurobiological and evolutionary origins of creativity via a developmental analysis of one child’s poetry
  • Designing a robot’s brain: An in-class learning task
  • Yearning for words, learning with words: poetic ruminations
  • Supporting emotional regulation in elementary school: Brain-based strategies and classroom interventions to promote self-regulation
  • Using brain research and the experience of knitting socks in teacher education
  • The impact of visual frameworks on teacher candidates’ professional reflection
  • The impact of emotions on divergent thinking
  • Processes: A consideration for inquiry-oriented teachers
  • Theorizing an integration of reading and mathematics: Solving mathematical word problems in the elementary grades
  • The power of mindset in shaping student success
  • Nurturing students’ brains for the future
Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN). “Mind, Brain, and Education : Implications for Educators” 5, no. 1. LEARNing Landscapes (Autumn 2011).
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English-language educational sector (educators, students, parents, Community Learning Centres) in the province of Quebec


Promoting English education; online tutoring; creating teacher and student resources; parenting workshops; mental health and exercise; teacher training; support and development of Quebec’s Community Learning Centres

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Founded through the merger of merger of three organizations in July 2005