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Week Three/EDU6655: Human Development and Principles of Learning

  Bransford et al. (2000) describe three developmental brain process research findings that carry significant information for lesson and intervention planning: learning changes the physical structure of the brain; learning organizes and reorganizes the brain; and different parts of the brain may be … Continue reading

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Week Two/EDU6655: Human Development and Principles of Learning

“If there were neuroscientific evidence for the existence of such a sensitive period (aka, critical period), such evidence might appear to provide a biological argument for the importance of elementary teaching and a scientific rationale for redirecting resources, restructuring curricula, … Continue reading

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