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From: Van Caldwell (vcaldwell@comcast.net)
Date: Thu Feb 19 2004 - 20:02:23 EST

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    I recommend The Brain and Owners Manual by Peterson.
    van

     

    -----Original Message-----
    From: channel-talklearning-admin@learner.org
    [mailto:channel-talklearning-admin@learner.org] On Behalf Of vineyard
    nancy
    Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 4:59 PM
    To: channel-talklearning@learner.org
    Subject: RE: [Channel-talklearning] new learner

    Hi Mary Alice:
    I also found the initial reading from How People Learn to be most
    interesting. It made me re-think what teaching might look like 20 years

    from now, if we really do make use of the new information on the mind
    and
    how people learn. I am a classroom teacher from Mass (Martha's
    Vineyard) -
    grades 6-8. I've been pleased with the information that I am gleaning
    from
    the course thus far. The videos have given me many ideas for my
    classroom. I am encouraged to let the students experiment more -
    especially
    when they want to try a way that is different from mine. I sometimes
    forget
    that the mistake can be more educational then the pointed way! I am
    also
    excited by the idea of involving family members. My students would love
    to
    have their family members come in to share some of their life stories
    and
    ethnic differences.
            Nancy

    >From: "Mary Alice Cain" <mlcain3@charter.net>
    >Reply-To: channel-talklearning@learner.org
    >To: <channel-talklearning@learner.org>
    >Subject: [Channel-talklearning] new learner
    >Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2004 09:05:37 -0600
    >
    >Greetings to other students in The Learning Classroom series. I just
    got
    >started and am working on session 2. I find the readings fascinating,
    >especially the ones from the book, How People Learn. Are all of you
    >classroom teachers?

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