This study determined that standards in the emerging field, now labeled Mind, Brain, and Education: The Science of Teaching and Learning after the Delphi rounds, are the union of standards in the parent fields of neuroscience, psychology, and education. Additionally, the Delphi expert panel agreed upon the goals of the new discipline, its history, the thought leaders, and a model for judging quality information. The study culminated in a new model of the academic discipline of Mind, Brain, and Education science, which explains the tenets, principles and instructional guidelines supported by the meta-analysis of the literature and the Delphi response.Association, Brain and Neurosciences Special Interest Group. www.tc.umn.edu/~ athe0007/ BNEsig/papers/Immordino-Yang.pdf Immordino-Yang, M. (2007a, Jun) . A tale of two cases: Lessons for education from the study of two boys livinganbsp;...
|Title||:||The Scientifically Substantiated Art of Teaching: A Study in the Development of Standards in the New Academic Field of Neuroeducation (mind, Brain, and Education Science).|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|