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Title Natural learning for a connected world : education, technology, and the human brain / Renate N. Caine, Geoffrey Caine ; foreword by Joseph Chilton Pearce.
Author Caine, Renate Nummela.
Publication New York : Teachers College, [2011]
Copyright date ©2011
Description xiv, 240 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Call # 370.1523 C
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Who and what are educating our children? -- How is technology impacting the world of traditional education? -- What are the powerful beliefs about learning and teaching that keep education frozen in place? -- What do students need in order to successfully prepare for the future? -- The perception/action dynamic: the foundation for learning from life -- The science behind the perception/action cycle -- Perception/action learning -- Goals and outcomes: building rich neural networks requires real world knowledge -- Side by side: traditional and perception/action learning, a model -- Motivation, the engine that drives perception/action learning -- The optimal state of mind for learning -- How the "system" engages the low road -- Working with biological predispositions -- How a village, school, and society teach -- Implementing the guided experience approach: the three critical elements -- Relaxed alertness -- Orchestrated immersion -- Active processing -- Window into tomorrow.
Subject Learning, Psychology of.
Cognition in children.
Educational technology -- Psychological aspects.
Education -- Effect of technological innovations on.
Education -- Aims and objectives.
Addl. Author Caine, Geoffrey.
ISBN 9780807751893 (pbk.) :
0807751898 (pbk.)
9780807751909 (hardcover)
0807751901 (hardcover)

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