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BRAIN BASED TEACHING IN THE DIGITAL AGE
by SPRENGER, MARILEE
examines the impact of technology on the developing brains of students and discusses teaching strategies to use digital media tools within the classroom environment.

includes bibliographical references (p. 165-169) and index.;introduction -- digital technology and the brain. ipod + iphone + ivideo + internet = ibrain ; recent research on the brain : we need low tech, too ; do brain-based principles apply in the digital age -- desk space, myspace, my style. environments for learning ; social networking through teams ; understanding learning styles ; the digital native and intelligence -- music, mind maps, and memory. the digital brain and music ; visual tools ; flash bulbs and flash drives : understanding how memory works -- balancing digital desires with d

igital natives' needs. the balancing act ; the present and the future of learning -- appendix a: how the brain works -- appendix b: how tech savvy are you? -- appendix c: glossary of digital terms.
Condition
New
Interest Level
Professional
Publisher
ASSOC FOR SUPERVISION & CURRIC
Copyright
2010
Catalog ID
3357030
ISBN-10
1416609180
ISBN-13
9781416609186
Language
English
 


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