Building on What We Know - Cognitive Processing
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mind, experience, and school. Washington, DC: National Academy
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Leadership, 56(3). Retrieved 1/12/03.
Five authors of recent books about brain research identify
what they regard as the most important implications of recent
findings in neuroscience and how these ideas can translate to
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This article describes how knowledge can be represented inside
and outside of the classroom.
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Learning Science Institute
The Learning Science Institute is a basic and applied research
organization that focuses on how people learn, with a special focus
on how learning can be enhanced through new uses of technology and
through innovative teaching practices.
The Learning Research and Development Center
University of Pittsburgh
3939 O'Hara Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
LRDC is a multidisciplinary research center whose mission is to
understand and improve learning by children and adults in the organizational
settings in which they live and work: schools, museums and other
informal learning environments, and workplaces.
The Thinking Classroom
Developed as part of the Active Learning Practice for School
site and Harvard Project Zero, the Thinking Classroom Web site offers
resources for teachers about how to teach critical and creative
thinking in the classroom.
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Materials for Session 3.