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ERIC Number: ED522870
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2011-Apr
Pages: 264
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-0-8077-5190-1
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Natural Learning for a Connected World: Education, Technology, and the Human Brain
Caine, Renate N.; Caine, Geoffrey
Teachers College Press
Why do video games fascinate kids so much that they will spend hours pursuing a difficult skill? Why don't they apply this kind of intensity to their schoolwork? These questions are answered by the authors who pioneered brain/mind learning with the publication of "Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain". In their new book, "Natural Learning for a Connected World", Caine and Caine build a bridge to the future of education with a dynamic model of teaching that works for all grade levels and all cultural and ethnic groups. The authors' education model, the Guided Experience Approach, is based on the scientific foundation of learning as a totally natural, continuous interaction between perception and action. This important book provides a practical, step-by-step description and successful examples from practice so that we can finally provide the learning environments essential for our children to thrive in the knowledge age. This book describes an approach for integrating technology into teaching that will help all students learn with greater depth and ease. It synthesizes research from neuroscience, cognitive psychology, biology, and education and contrasts the ways in which video games are designed with the way students are taught in school, demonstrating traditional education's inconsistencies with how the brain learns best. [Foreword by Joseph Chilton Pearce.]
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Publication Type: Books; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Elementary Secondary Education
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Language: English
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