Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Update on Adult Learning Theory
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School of Liberal Arts
New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education
Merriam, Sharan, Jossey-Bass
- The chapter examines how the brain uses experience as a basis for learning and how learning changes the brain. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen. (2008). Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Update on Adult Learning Theory, ed. Merriam, Sharan, Jossey-Bass.New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education.10.1002/ace.305. 119. 49-59.
Lamoreaux, Annalee and Taylor, Kathleen. Teaching with the Brain in Mind, Update on Adult Learning Theory (2008). New Directions for Adult & Continuing Education. Merriam, Sharan, Jossey-Bass. 49-59. 10.1002/ace.305 [article]. https://digitalcommons.stmarys-ca.edu/school-liberal-arts-faculty-works/880