By Judith Anne Sykes
This identify offers concrete functional examples of the way to align institution library courses and tutorial perform with the six key techniques of brain-compatible studying: expanding enter to the mind; expanding experiential information; a number of resource suggestions; decreasing risk; regarding scholars in studying selection making; and interdisciplinary unit planning.This name, mind pleasant university Libraries, offers concrete useful examples of the way to align college library courses and educational perform with the six key innovations of brain-compatible studying: expanding enter to the mind; expanding experiential info; a number of resource suggestions; lowering danger; related to scholars in studying choice making; and interdisciplinary unit making plans. It comprises chapters that summarize the present mind examine and present considering its implication for educational perform within the institution library media heart in addition to discusses the paintings of Ellen Langer (mindful learning), Geoffrey and Renette Caine, Bob Sylwester and different significant proponents of educating with the mind in brain.
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Wolfe's Web site would make a viable introduction to an online study group. Wolfe lists the most current books and Web sites she recommends for up-to-date information on brain research. Her newest book, titled Building the Reading Brain (with Pat Nevills; 2004), should highly interest 25 26 What Neuroscience Tells Us teacher-librarians. The Web site also details when and where Wolfe is doing workshops or presentations and lists other presenters or events she recommends. " and "It's All Academic: A Few Thoughts on Brain Development in the Early Years"—all with additional recommended readings.
Although it is advisable for the staff to study a pertinent author or articles introducing brain research, they should be able to access additional resources or bibliographic recommendations from the school library. Sources in this book are recommended in chapter 1 and the References; additional sources/ bibliographies abound on the Internet. Along with brain research resources, the professional library should also include resources relating to brain friendly educational methodology, such as materials both philosophical and practical relating to information literacy, cooperative learning, action research, intelligence, project-based learning, and so on.
T h e material on the Creative Learning Centers very much resembles an active school library. T h e Caines describe three instructional approaches they had observed extensively: 1. First, the traditional "stand and deliver" model (with a focus on surface knowledge). 2. Second, a form of concept teaching that is still "command and control" but uses more "complex materials" for some powerful, engaging experiences (technical or scholastic-type knowledge). 3. Third, brain-based methods where learning is student centered at its core as students "gather collectively around critical ideas, meaningful questions and purposeful projects" (dynamic knowledge).