Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Learning -- Physiological aspects; Brain;
The purpose of this paper is to give educators a brief description of the parts of the brain, the implications of the brain on learning, and an understanding of how technology can help in this way of teaching and learning. Many experienced and well respected brain researcher's works are cited as examples and used as references, including but not limited to Slywester, Jensen, and Kovalik. By utilizing what researchers have found, and integrating their own experience and knowledge, educators can find best practices that will help to promote student learning.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Division of Continuing Education
Sharon E. Smaldino
Mary C. Herring
1 PDF file (32 leaves)
©2002 Tammy Wawro
Wawro, Tammy, "Understanding brain-based instruction and the technology connection for improved teaching and learning" (2002). Graduate Research Papers. 1694.