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The ABCs of How We Learn: 26 Scientifically Proven Approaches, How They Work, and When to Use Them #2020

The ABCs of How We Learn Scientifically Proven Approaches How They Work and When to Use Them An explosive growth in research on how people learn has revealed many ways to improve teaching and catalyze learning at all ages The purpose of this book is to present this new science of learning so

  • Title: The ABCs of How We Learn: 26 Scientifically Proven Approaches, How They Work, and When to Use Them
  • Author: Daniel L. Schwartz Kristen P. Blair Jessica M. Tsang
  • ISBN: 9780393709261
  • Page: 239
  • Format: Paperback
  • The ABCs of How We Learn: 26 Scientifically Proven Approaches, How They Work, and When to Use Them By Daniel L. Schwartz Kristen P. Blair Jessica M. Tsang, An explosive growth in research on how people learn has revealed many ways to improve teaching and catalyze learning at all ages The purpose of this book is to present this new science of learning so that educators can creatively translate the science into exceptional practice The book is highly appropriate for the preparation and professional development of teachers andAn explosive growth in research on how people learn has revealed many ways to improve teaching and catalyze learning at all ages The purpose of this book is to present this new science of learning so that educators can creatively translate the science into exceptional practice The book is highly appropriate for the preparation and professional development of teachers and college faculty, but also parents, trainers, instructional designers, psychology students, and simply curious folks interested in improving their own learning.Based on a popular Stanford University course, The ABCs of How We Learn uses a novel format that is suitable as both a textbook and a popular read With everyday language, engaging examples, a sense of humor, and solid evidence, it describes 26 unique ways that students learn.Each chapter offers a concise and approachable breakdown of one way people learn, how it works, how we know it works, how and when to use it, and what mistakes to avoid The book presents learning research in a way that educators can creatively translate into exceptional lessons and classroom practice.The book covers field defining learning theories ranging from behaviorism R is for Reward to cognitive psychology S is for Self Explanation to social psychology O is for Observation The chapters also introduce lesser known theories exceptionally relevant to practice, such as arousal theory X is for eXcitement Together the theories, evidence, and strategies from each chapter can be combined endlessly to create original and effective learning plans and the means to know if they succeed.

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    1. It s not a book per se but a handy, relatively concise synopsis of what current brain science tells us about best practices for teaching and learning In addition to outlining the research and the practices, each chapter has a risks of , good and bad examples , and references Here s a synopsis A Analogy1 Explaining the novel by analogy2 Show two examples and ask about deep structure vs surface featuresB Belonging ward off stereotype threat make it easy to belong Shared norms Collaborative problem [...]

    2. First off, either I totally missed everything this book said or the book description on is wrong it has absolutely nothing to do with global politics, much less the Palestine Israeli conflict More seriously, this book was a good guide to understanding some of the basics of learning and how to facilitate learning as a teacher I read this book in the context of my job as a peer learning assistant aka, a tutor , but it also changed some things about how I approached my classes as a student Each cha [...]

    3. While some of the entries are a bit forced to fit the alphabet scheme and could be folded into other chapters, I really loved this book and wish it was available years ago As someone very interested in educational techniques and singing the graces of various techniques which seem to be aggressively ignored in the education of adults, it was vindicating to see them present here with scientific backing, well organized by utility A must read for every educator.

    4. I highly recommend this book to both students and professionals As the title suggests, the book presents twenty six topics in the latest research for how learning happens in humans It opened my eyes to how I could approach and grow in my profession and in my life It also helped me to reflect on times when I wasn t learning effectively, and how I could ve maybe approached it differently Further, it gave me insight into how schools, organizations, and companies can be better prepared to help its c [...]

    5. Written by a team of Stanford professors, this book manages to be practical and scholarly at the same time Loved it If I ever get a chance to instruct again, I ll go back and re read it then keep it close by on the shelf Recommended to any educator.

    6. I love this idea of summarizing teaching learning strategies with the 26 Alphabet letters A is for analogy B is for Belonging C is for contrasting cases D is for deliberate practice E is for elaboration F is for feedbackG is for generation H is for hands on I is for imaginative play J is for just in time telling K is for knowledge L is for listening and sharing M is for making N is for norms O is for organization P is for participation Q is fur question driven R is for reward S is for self expla [...]

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