In this issue you will find descriptions of exemplary programs that focus on creativity in education, a model for brain-based learning, multiculturalism and Universal Design for Learning, and cutting edge information from the Neurosciences both in the U.S. and other countries.
These articles have been assembled by Johns Hopkins University School of Education faculty to not only help educators with their work, but engage our thinking about constructive and creative activities. Read about Universal Design for Learning, Latino Literacy, Brain-Based Learning, New Ideas from Neuroscience as it relates to standards-based assessment.
- Action Research: A Protocol to Improve Student Learning
- Why Neuroeducation?
- Teaching Students A “Brain Owner’s Manual”
- KIDLAB’s STORY Program: A Transdisciplinary Model for Scientific Literacy and Community Involvement in Developmental Neuroimaging Research
- The Brain-Targeted Teaching Model: A Comprehensive Model for Classroom Instruction and School Reform
We trust that both teachers and parents will find these resources inspiring and useful.