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  1. Arts in Education

    given the nature of science, the nature of causal complexity and the architecture of the human mind ... cognitive neuroscience research findings: Trying to peer beyond enchanted glass. Mind, Brain, and Education, ... Saleh & M.S. Khine (Eds.) Fostering scientific habits of mind: Pedagogical knowledge and best ...

    slozier - 2014-12-11 14:01

  2. Harvard EdCast: 10 Minutes with Temple Grandin

    Matt Weber Learning On March 26, Temple Grandin, world famous animal scientist and autism activist, presented "All Kinds of Minds Help the World" at the Askwith Forum.  Grandin, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, discussed her firsthand experience as an autistic ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2014-08-07 21:30

  3. Mind, Brain, and Education

    In the Mind, Brain, and Education Program, you will learn how our expanding understanding of mind ... complex than we ever imagined. Learning, in turn, affects the brain and its capacities. In the Mind ... development of children and young people. From Muppets to movies, music videos to maintaining an online social ...

    mguo - 2014-12-11 14:17

  4. Why It Matters

    UK Homepage Blog Slider Image:  Intro Text:  A new video series where faculty reflect on how their work addresses the compelling questions and challenges in education. First on the docket: Dean James ... Usable Knowledge Video ...

    mtamer - 2015-01-09 09:48

  5. The Value of Self Reflection

    a self-reflection they’ll write after watching a video of themselves teaching. As soon as the lesson is explained, ... not being judged on their video performance — but rather on how they reflect on their video — the dynamic changes. “We have always included these video reflections as part of our pedagogy in the reading ...

    mtamer - 2014-11-07 12:15

  6. Regulating the Teenage Mind

    developmental psychology cognitive function self-regulation adolescence adolescents teenagers teens UK Article Type:  Feature UK Topic:  Mind and Brain Schools Teaching UK Content State:  Needs Review ... time. Help teens become more mindful about the effects of interruptions, particularly from electronic ...

    mtamer - 2014-12-02 13:33

  7. Education Policy and Management

    work for all students. American education needs strong, reform-minded, idealistic leaders who are ... He is also carrying out a comparative study of immigrant youth in the U.S. and the UK. His work is ... in organizations, no research has directly examined this proposition. With this in mind and with ...

    mguo - 2014-12-11 14:05

  8. Leading Change in Education Systems Informational Video with Kay Merseth

    Leading Change in Education Systems: Effective Policy and Practice for Improving Outcomes is a nine-week online program designed for educational leaders from a broad range of countries. The program examines the challenges of leading the development and im ...

    erubin - 2014-12-23 11:50

  9. A New Lens on Teaching

    evaluation system that gives video cameras to teachers and allows them to record the lessons they choose. The teachers then view the recorded sessions and select the videos they want to submit for observation. Before submitting, they can even share the videos with peers to get feedback, possibly choosing to rerecord certain ...

    mjorgensen - 2014-12-11 12:34

  10. Charles Lerner

    Faculty Title:  Adjunct Lecturer on Education First Name:  Charles Last Name:  Lerner Degree:  M.A., The Ohio State University, (2001) Email:  charles_lerner@gse.harvard.edu Photo URL:  /sites/default/files/faculty/images/charles-lerner-108102.jpg Office:  Larsen 607 Vitae/CV Link:  ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2015-01-26 06:44

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