Research on the neuroscience of memory and learning reveals potentially useful explanations as to how various types of learning occur when certain approaches to teaching are employed. Students read and review selected research about cognitive, affective, and motor aspects of learning including research in the neuroscience of learning and cognitive learning theory. Students will demonstrate their ability to apply selected research findings to a case study of teaching
Charles Rathbone ()
Dates: June 17 - July 12, 2013; Prereqs: 6 hrs undergraduate/graduate psychology courses
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