Mon August 4, 2014
What Teachers Can Learn from Brain Scientists. What Scientists Can Learn from Teachers.
People who teach: Might their efforts be helped by what scientists have been discovering about the human brain? David Daniel thinks that is possible. But he believes it is at least as important for scientists to consider how they could benefit by listening to teachers.
We ask the longtime education researcher to tell us about both.
David B Daniel, Ph.D. - Research psychologist. Managing editor of the academic journal Mind, Brain, and Education. Past Executive Director of the International Mind, Brain, and Education Society. Winner of the 2013 Transforming Education through Neuroscience award from the Learning & the Brain Foundation. Professor of Psychology, James Madison University.