Brain-Based Learning: Resource Roundup

Edutopia's list of resources, articles, videos, and links for exploring the connection between education and neuroscience. (Updated: 12/2013)

Edutopia's list of resources, articles, videos, and links for exploring the connection between education and neuroscience. (Updated: 12/2013)

Understanding How Brains Learn

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Applying Insights from Neuroscience

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Research on How the Brain Works

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Other Edutopia Resources

  • Edutopia's Classroom Guide: Six Tips for Brain-Based Learning (Now available in Spanish!)

    In this free classroom resource guide, you’ll get practical tips across the K-12 spectrum, as well as a reading list and a variety of resources to help you learn more about this fascinating field. To help your students explore their own brain power, we’ve also included a bonus project that will get students thinking critically about how they learn.

  • Edutopia Webinar: How the Brain Learns Best: Strategies to Make Learning Stick (2009)

    In this webinar, Dr. Judy Willis--a middle school teacher, neurologist, and authority on learning-centered brain research--discusses some practical strategies based in neuroscience that educators can implement in the classroom.

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This article originally published on 10/25/2011

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Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Just a quick note to let you

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Just a quick note to let you know that this roundup was just updated yesterday.

Enjoy!

Teacher in Menlo Park

Come and collaborate in an

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Come and collaborate in an interactive workshop and be a part of a constructivist, design-based learning experience which integrates skills of problem solving bolstered with the power of emotional intelligence. Registration is open and free.

http://www.6seconds.org/events/spark-synapse/

Community Manager at Edutopia

We try to keep these resource

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We try to keep these resource pages up-to-date, but if you see that we're missing something, then please let us know!

6th Grade Science Teacher from SC and a teacher encourager online.

Thank you for this amazing

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Thank you for this amazing list! Will it be updated any time soon? A lot of research can happen in a year and a half!

Retired superintendent + educ. consultant

See the web site

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See the web site www.SuccessInTeaching.info for lots of information on brain-based teaching.

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