Promote Brain-Based Teaching and Learning
Department or Administrative Unit
Center for Teaching and Learning
Setting up a successful classroom is one of the most important tasks educators undertake. The goal is to create an environment where all students can learn and thrive. The education community (helped by research that is identifying brain regions and the processes that are involved in learning) is beginning to recognize the importance of applying cognitive and neuroscience research and theory in the learning process. This information has direct implications for classroom practice. As we gain a better understanding of the learning process, we can make more informed decisions about how to structure teaching and learning. To get you started, here are some suggestions based on what is currently known about the brain.
Prigge, D. J. (2002). Promote Brain-Based Teaching and Learning. Intervention in School and Clinic, 37(4), 237-241. https://doi.org/10.1177/105345120203700408
Intervention in School and Clinic
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