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Latest Activity: Dec 19, 2013
Started by Connie Weber. Last reply by Connie Weber Dec 21, 2011.
I wanted to put this in MY group, Florigelia, but it belongs here. The pursuit of wisdom is one of the deepest, most important pursuits of life (veering away from the classic trio of truth, good and…Continue
Started by Ian Carmichael. Last reply by Ian Carmichael Jun 10, 2011.
Started by Connie Weber Jul 19, 2009.
It's not quite neuroscience and learning - but here's a recent Scientific American article of the development(s) of intelligence(s).…Continue
Started by Ian Carmichael. Last reply by Ellen Pham Dec 31, 2008.
"Building a Bridge from Neuroscience to the Classroom" by Judy Willis in Phi Delta Kappan is an excellent article about the current state of the field and its implications for the classroom and for…Continue
Started by Connie Weber. Last reply by Connie Weber Oct 27, 2008.