Are you right-brained or left-brained? What is your learning style? Do you use only ten percent of your brain?"" You may have heard questions like these before. But how do these and other popular education ideas measure up against learning science research? Here, a learning scientist explores five common neuromyths in education, how they may actually detract from learning, and what the research reveals instead.
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- Learn about common myths in brain science
- get research-proven ways to improve teaching practices
- Discover how neuromyths can detract from learning
- Christine Gouveia, Vice President of Applied Learning Sciences, McGraw-Hill Education
Megan Manning, Associate, Rf Binder
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